Thursday, February 21, 2013

Tech Links: February 14, 2013


Amazon Beats Apple as America's Most Trusted Company

Amazon Now Accused of Causing Unemployment

Amazon shares climb on Kindle e-book optimism

High stakes if Apple e-books antitrust case goes to trial

How Much Money Amazon Is Making From The Kindle


Abandoned Apples: The machines we leave behind


11 inventions that help make the grid obsolete

The 15 Must-Haves from C.E.S., the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show

Why Japanese readers don't like e-books

Internet moves out of preview mode with multimillion-dollar ads aimed at Gmail users


Europe’s Database Right: A scary concept


Infographic: How Criminals Guess Your PIN

The Mandiant security firm has released a report attributing a number of hacking events to Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) activity perpetrated by China's 2nd Bureau of the People's Liberation Army General Staff Deparment's 3rd Department. They have also released an appendix containing multiple artifacts that can be used to detect intrusions on networks.


Iron Man Editor Releases Pricey New iPad App For Film Editing Called TouchEdit

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