Happy Friday! Catch up on the latest technology news headlines from earlier this week. Wall Street Journal: Customers Hunt for Bankrupt Crypto Exchange’s Missing Millions By: Paul Vigna VentureBeat: Google sets new Android API level requirements to ‘improve the security of the app ecosystem’ By: Kyle Wiggers MIT Technology Review: Once hailed as unhackable, blockchains are now getting hacked By: Mike Orcutt CNET: Google calls Nest's hidden microphone an 'error'
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It was standing room only for the Houston Blockchain Alliance’s kickoff event held at the Houston CPA Society in Houston’s Post Oak district. The HBA is newly-formed and dedicated to advancing the adoption and use of blockchain technology. It counts a number of Zintel PR staff among its earliest members. As attendees heard from expert speakers, one of blockchain technology’s biggest challenges as it matures is to differentiate itself from the scammy initial-coin-offerings tha
Here's what happened in technology news for the week of Jan. 28. New York Times: Apple Shows Facebook Who Has the Power in an App Dispute By: Mike Isaac TechCrunch: Facebook Pays Teens to Install VPN that Spies on Them By: Josh Constine 9 to 5 Mac: Major iPhone FaceTime Bug Lets You Hear the Audio of the Person You are Calling … Before They Pick Up By: Benjamin Mayo The Verge: Apple Blocks Google From Running its Internal iOS Apps By: Tom Warren Washington Post: The Doorbells
Here's what happened in technology news for the week of Jan. 21. Wall Street Journal: The Story of ‘Spam’: How a Mystery Meat Became an Inbox Invader By: Ben Zimmer TechCrunch: Millions of banks loan and mortgage documents have leaked online By: Zack Whittaker Wall Street Journal: Google Fined $57 Million in Biggest Penalty Yet Under New European Law By: Sam Schechner Forbes: Massive Group Effort Disables 100,000 Web Pages That Distributed Malware By: Lee Matthews USA Today:
Happy Friday! Welcome to Zintel PR's Top 10 Technology Headlines for the week of Jan. 7. Be sure to click-through for the full text of each article, and stay tuned for updated headlines every Friday. Wall Street Journal: America’s Electric Grid Has A Vulnerable Back Door—And Russia Walked Through It By: Rebecca Smith and Rob Barry The Intercept: For Owners Of Amazon’s Ring Security Camera, Strangers May Have Been Watching Too By: Sam Biddle TechCrunch: A Simple Bug Makes It E
Happy New Year! Welcome to Zintel PR's Top 10 Technology Headlines for the week of December 31. Be sure to click-through for the full text of each article, and stay tuned for updated headlines every Friday. New York Times: Marriott Concedes 5 Million Passport Numbers Lost to Hackers Were Not Encrypted By: David E. Sanger Wall Street Journal: Popular Weather App Collects Too Much User Data, Security Experts Say By: Newley Purnell Wired: The Elite Intel Team Still Fighting Melt