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Video: Why ransomware works so well

Why ransomware works so well

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At Interop 2016, Network World chats with John Pironti, president of IP Architects, about why ransomware is on the rise, and why many consumers and businesses are paying the ransom. Read More >>


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Video: 2-minute warnings may actually make kids' tantrums worse

2-minute warnings may actually make kids' tantrums worse

When kids beg for more time to watch TV or play on a smartphone, some parents say, "OK, I'll give you two more minutes." Now a new study suggests that's a bad idea. Researchers at the University of Washington instead suggest sticking to a routine, or stopping at a natural point.

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Video: Early warning signs of a DDoS attack

Early warning signs of a DDoS attack

At Interop 2016, Avi Freedman, CEO of Kentik, chats with Network World about why Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are still popular with hackers, why they still work, and some of the signs that an attack may soon commence.

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Business Issues: Content Insider #461 - Clean Slates

Content Insider #461 - Clean Slates

Does it bother you that a 10-year-old kid could find an Instagram bug (we call them undocumented features) in Instagram when all the engineers and really techie folks blew right past it? Even when the youngster noted that he could delete anything he wanted on the photo-sharing site WHAM! BAM! the half-vast Facebook team couldn't see it until he took a little test. So they paid him $10K and fixed it. Our truly connected generation just sees things as they are, not the way adults think they should be. That gives them awesome power! Teens admit they're addicted to their phones so they'll need all of the tech in autonomous cars but to convince them to use one will take...awhile!

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Video:  On Your Side: Cell Phone Germs Debunked

On Your Side: Cell Phone Germs Debunked

On Your Side: Cell Phone Germs Debunked

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Video: Samsung Notebook 9 Pro Review

Samsung Notebook 9 Pro Review

Even with its design quirks, this 15.6-inch notebook is impressive: It packs in a 4K touchscreen display, quad-core CPU, and discrete GPU for just $1,500.

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iOgrapher QuickFix for iPad Air2
If you're upgrading your iPad Air to the iPad Air 2, one of the things you may not h Read More
 
Fun now. Don`t have to wait for CES to end
Just for Fun Silly stuff at CES 2015 You know that there are bunch of products at CES 2015 that may not make it out in the real world, but are rea Read More
 
CES 2015: New Laptop
Laptops aren't really new, but Velocity Micro is introducing a series of laptops that are new u   Velocity Micro«, the premier builder of a Read More
 
CES 2015: Speaker VAMP
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Connect to any old speaker[/caption] This is really quite cool. áInstead of offering a simple new Read More
 
CES 2015: Wet Speakers
This Bluetooth 3.0 speaker has both extraordinary sound and is shower proof! Its tough rubber exterior and splash-resistant shell makes it perfect fo Read More
 

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