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Obama unveils new cybersecurity order with the same old problems

What can a president do to fix bad corporate security? It’s become an increasingly important question for President Obama, as his administration looks to respond to the growing tide of corporate breaches, from the Sony hack in November to this month’s Anthem breach. But so far the answer seems to be, not much.

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Runtastic’s Sleep Better app is more of the same

Mobile fitness company Runtastic is launching a new app called Sleep Better, which is intended to assist users in obtaining a good night’s rest. Available for both iOS and Android devices, the program includes features like dream analysis, a personalized smart alarm, and tools for monitoring sleep patterns. It is also fully integrated with iOS 8’s HealthKit, Apple’s platform for consolidating health-related data.

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How web design and mobile design are becoming the same thing

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In this article, Chris Bank of UXPin – The UX Design App discusses how mobile and web (even desktop) application design is converging, and some of the key indicators in this trend – they’re covered in more detail with examples from over 50 hot websites and web apps in UXPin’s free e-book, Web UI Design Patterns 2014.




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Bottlocase World Cup Editions: Represent your chosen nation and sip pretty at the same time with these soccer-themed smartphone cases

Bottlocase World Cup Editions


On a multi-leg journey to watch the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand in 2011, Dutch entrepreneur James Bluemink found himself in Thailand buying beer from a convenience store. Thirsty for…

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Welcome to the Lego World! Play and Develop Your Creativity at the Same Time

The blog post is a showcase of Lego-style website designs. Apart from the cute websites collection you will get to know more about Lego history and fun facts on this mega popular construction set suitable both for adults and kids imagination development.
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Thornwillow Press Correspondence Cards: Showing the same attention to quality and design to cards as they do with their hand-bound books

Thornwillow Press Correspondence Cards


While the price of Thornwillow Press’ hand-bound, limited edition letterpress printed books—meant to last more than a lifetime—can reach a couple thousand dollars, you can still get a taste of the brand’s dedication to quality and…

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Bill Clinton doodles leaked by same hacker who shared George W. Bush artwork

The hacker who revealed George W. Bush’s artistic side has returned, and this time he’s focused his efforts on Bill Clinton. Guccifer (the pseudonym used by the hacker) reportedly gained access to internal files at the Clinton Library and, after some quick digging, managed to obtain unreleased doodles drawn by 42 during his time in the White House. They weren’t exactly well hidden; according to Guccifer, the sketches were inside a folder bearing Clinton’s initials. Gawker has since published the contents of “wjcdoodles” for the world to see. Clinton’s sketches are no match for the self-portrait painted by his successor, but they still provide a fun peek at his attempts to overcome boredom or pass the time while entrenched in lengthy…

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Digital spy tech could face same regulation as weapons in international treaty

A consortium of international governments are working on an update to a nearly 18-year-old agreement in order to limit the export of various electronics security technologies. Citing sources familiar with the talks, The Financial Times says the UK government in particular wants to limit the movement of “complex surveillance and hacking software and cryptography,” as part of the 1996 Wassenaar Arrangement. That agreement was established in mid-1996 to control arms exports between its 41 participating countries (including the US), and could now be expanded to further limit security technologies, just like guns.

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New bill would give streaming video services same protections as cable providers

Senator Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va) is introducing legislation today that would put streaming videos services on similar legal footing to traditional cable services, potentially prohibiting anticompetitive practices. Under the legislation, online video providers would be given the same protections that satellite providers were given in the Cable Television and Consumer Protection Act of 1992, which was made to stop cable companies from blocking competition from satellite providers.

My legislation will help foster a consumer-centric revolution.”

Rockefeller’s legislation, the Consumer Choice in Online Video Act, would also place “reasonable limits” on contract agreements that restrict streaming services from accessing the content within a…

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PowerPot by Power Practical: Boil water and charge your devices at the same time with this mobile thermoelectric generator

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Going off the grid for a few days is one of life’s purest pleasures. While ditching modernity is sometimes a must, having a flat battery on your mobile phone or digital camera can dampen your adventure. From making a call in the event…

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