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South Korea Trains Student Hackers to Fight Kim's Cyber Unit By Bloomberg News In a darkened war room dozens of South Koreas brightest college students are practicing hacking each other as part of a government program to train them to battle some of the worlds best -- the shadowy techno-soldiers of Kim Jong Uns regime. ...Read More »
Two HPs Diverge on Lackluster PCs, Corporate Tech Optimism By Bloomberg News Shares in the two publicly traded companies created from the split of Hewlett-Packard Co. this month diverged after a disappointing earnings report Tuesday, the final one as a combined company. ...Read More »
HP Faces PC Slump as Quarterly Profit Forecast Falls Short By Bloomberg News HP Inc. gave a disappointing forecast for profit in its first quarter as a stand-alone company, hurt by its dependence on the lackluster market for personal computers and printers after splitting up with its corporate-technology counterpart. ...Read More »
HP Inc. Quarterly Profit Forecast Falls Short Amid PC Slump By Bloomberg News HP Inc. forecast first-quarter profit that may miss analysts estimates as personal-computer and printer sales slump, highlighting the challenges facing the stand-alone business after splitting up with its corporate technology and services arm. ...Read More »
Volvo wants to use holograms to sell cars By IDG.TV Volvo is teaming up with Microsoft to use its HoloLens technology to show cars to prospective customers. HoloLens using augmented reality to add digital images to the real world. ...Read More »
The best gifts for tech-savvy cooks By IDG.TV This list of cooking gadgets will turn any kitchen into a smart kitchen. ...Read More »
Keep It Cool: Making the Mac Malware-Free By Thomas Reed The Apple Macintosh has always been perceived as a 'cool' machine. The design, the user-friendly features, the whole cachet contributes to that impression. But there's at least one other factor: built-in security, which helps keep it so much cleaner than its Windows rivals, particularly with malware. To be clear, Mac OS X security is pretty decent, but it's far from perfect. Mac users are famed for their familiarity with the machine, but I know from experience that's not always the case. In fact, if you assume that a Mac can keep all malware away, you're setting yourself up for potentially serious problems. ...Read More »
Review: Apple's new iPad Pro By IDG.TV Review of Apple's iPad Pro ...Read More »
How to buy a productivity tablet By IDG.TV Whether you're opting for an iPad or a Surface, here are five things to consider before you buy a tablet. ...Read More »
High-tech gifts under $50 By IDG.TV You don't have to break the bank when shopping for the tech lovers on your list. ...Read More »

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