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The antivirus concept that was developed by Symantec more than 25 years ago as a way to protect systems from hackers is now a “dead” technology, according to the Brian Dye, Symantec’s senior vice president for information security.
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On Thursday the Wall Street Journal reported that according to people familiar with the matter AT&T has approached DirecTV about a possible acquisition of the satellite pay TV service.
On Monday the largest cable TV provider in the United States agreed to cut the cord on some 4 million subscribers as a way to help smooth regulatory concerns as it looks complete its acquisition of Time Warner Cable.
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While Apple founder Steve Jobs' resume included a stint at video game pioneer Atari he reportedly wasn't exactly fond of games. However, gaming is where Apple could face their next showdown with tech titan Google.
As the battle between over the top (OTT) content provider Aereo and the four major broadcasters -- ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC -- heads to the Supreme Court of the United States, both sides are preparing back-up plans.
Not so fast Facebook. Google just bought Titan Aerospace, a company that makes drones, which Facebook entered into contract to acquire in early March for $60 million.
Following years of rumors and speculation, it appears as though Amazon.com will finally announce their entry into the smartphone market this summer.
"Powerhouse" smartphone battery case chargers are recognized for value, performance and safety CAMARILLO, Calif., March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In a recent review of smartphone battery
- a slit in a tire to drain away surface water and improve traction.