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Broadcasters blame zombie hack on easy passwords

02/14/13 By Jim Finkle

(Reuters) - Poor password security allowed hackers to broadcast a bogus warning on TV networks that the United States was under attack by zombies, broadcasters said, and one expert in the technology said the emergency channel they broke into remained vulnerable.

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Is 2013 the year to cut the cable cord?

01/09/13 By Heather Struck

New York (Reuters) - Like many people paying bills in January, Brad Hill is thinking of eliminating household cable service. "It is an active discussion in my house," he says. Hill, a freelance writer and former vice president of audience development at AOL, still pays th... ...Read More »

How to play it: What Apple's victory means for mobile investors

08/28/12 By David Randall

(Reuters) - The world's most valuable company is now a little richer.

A California jury awarded Apple Inc $1.05 billion in damages Friday in a decision that found that competitor Samsung Electronics Co Ltd had infringed six smartphone patents.

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Analysis: U.S. industrials, telecoms to face off in home automation

08/23/12 By Nick Zieminski

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ingersoll Rand Plc <IR.N> Chief Technology Officer Paul Camuti works for one of the world's largest maker of home locks and yet he has no idea where his house keys are. That's because Camuti uses his smartphone to unlock his front door.

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Analysis: U.S. industrials, telecoms to face off in home automation

08/23/12 By Nick Zieminski

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ingersoll Rand Plc <IR.N> Chief Technology Officer Paul Camuti works for one of the world's largest maker of home locks and yet he has no idea where his house keys are. That's because Camuti uses his smartphone to unlock his front door.

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Reaction to the death of Marvin Hamlisch

08/07/12 Reaction to the death of composer Marvin Hamlisch.

"When I think of him now, it was his brilliantly quick mind, his generosity, and delicious sense of humor that made him a delight to be around. Just last night, I was trying to reach him, to tell him how much I loved him, and that I wanted to use an old song of his, that I had just heard for the first time. He was a true mus..... ...Read More »

Apple to ditch iPhone YouTube app

08/07/12 Apple says the next version of its software for the iPhone and iPad won't come with a pre-installed YouTube application.

Users will be able to play YouTube videos in the Web browser, says Apple spokeswoman Trudy Muller. Google Inc., which owns YouTube, is also working on a downloadable app, she says.

Muller says Apple Inc.'s license to include the..... ...Read More »

Olympics derail almost everything else on TV

08/07/12 NEW YORK (AP) Here's a TV trivia question: What was the most-watched prime-time program last week that had nothing to do with the Olympics?

The answer: A repeat of the CBS drama "NCIS."

Otherwise, NBC's Olympic coverage thoroughly dominated TV last week, with ratings beyond what NBC expected. The only network not significantly affected by the ..... ...Read More »

Nielsen's top programs for July 30-Aug. 5

08/07/12 Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for July 30-Aug. 5. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.

1. Summer Olympics (Tuesday), NBC, 38.72 million.

2. Summer Olympics (Thursday), NBC, 36.8 million.

3. Summer Olympics (Monday), NBC, 31.58 million.

4. Summer Olympics (Sunday), NBC, 31.26 mi..... ...Read More »

Police: Ohio man movie-goer had gun for protection

08/07/12 WESTLAKE, Ohio (AP) Ohio police say a man brought a gun, ammunition and several knives to a showing of the latest Batman movie so he could protect himself, not because he had sinister intentions.

Westlake Police Sgt. Mark Krumheuer said 37-year-old Scott A. Smith, of North Ridgeville, brought the weapons to a Saturday showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" for "his protectio..... ...Read More »

US cutter in Pacific pursues fish piracy case

08/07/12 ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) An Alaska-based Coast Guard cutter is on the other side of the Pacific Ocean near Japan pursuing a vessel suspected of illegal high seas driftnet fishing.

Coast Guard Admiral Robert J. Papp, Jr. noted the ongoing case Monday as he testified at a Senate subcommittee hearing in Kodiak.

Papp says the 378-foot cutter Rush was nearly..... ...Read More »


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