Today is Tuesday morning on Tech Juice and we talk about pregnant Marissa Major, the CEO at Yahoo! Plus we speak about MXP introducing a new audio chip. Check it out! Deal of the day: bit.ly
Its Monday morning on Tech Juice and we speak of the Microsoft NBC divorce. The tablet race is on and Apple isn’t staying behind. The Sapphire Data Disk might save the lives of future generations. Today’s deal is amazing: bit.ly
Today on Tech Juice at TigerDirect TV Yendi talks about radiation detecting smartphones in Japan and Gigabytes new carbon fiber Ultrabook! As always, TigerDirect Deals are spectacular! Happy Thursday!
Its Wednesday on Tech Juice and we’ve got stories on Googles new 7″ Tablet – the Nexus (made by ASUS and powered with a Tegra 3 chipset)! There’s also the malware issue from an Iranian nuclear plant that raised eyebrows about the security of popular chips made by China and used by the US Military. [...]
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Its Tuesday on Tech Juice and Yendi is psyched about a brain wave controlled robot project in Switzerland. There is also news of India’s new title of “Number One Spammers.” Its another great day at TigerDirect TV!
hoday on Tech Update Lonny reports news about what information of yours Facebook really stores! Have It Your Way @ Burger King with 1050 pieces of BACON?! Samsung Galaxy rumors leak, possibly releasing in May? And much more!
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A national security and privacy survey sponsored by CA, Inc. (NASDAQ: CA – News) and conducted by The Strategic Counsel showed that security threats from within an organization now are a bigger problem than attacks from external sources.
At the same time, the number of U.S. organizations reporting loss of confidential data and reduced customer satisfaction has increased by 55 percent and 65 percent, respectively, in the past two years. According to the CA 2008 Security and Privacy Survey, in 2008 more than 34 percent of organizations reported a loss of confidential information as a result of security attacks and breaches, up from 22 percent in 2006.