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In the recent Hollywood film, Paranoia, audiences got a glimpse into the world of high-level, high-stakes corporate espionage. Although the film was based on a fictional story, the world of corporate spying is all too real, as companies jealously guard their secrets in a world where secrets are very difficult to keep. With spy technology available to anyone, such as mobile monitoring software which can easily be installed on any smartphone or tablet, corporations are at risk in ways no…
Friday, 20 December 2013 00:00

Cyberbullying Prevention

Cyberbullying: Online and Vulnerable Along with all the advantages of today’s unprecedented level of interconnectivity, comes certain dangers. We live in a world of instant communication and access - on the Internet, news (especially bad news) travels extremely fast and often spreads far and wide before anything can be done to control it. For children and teens, this instant and pervasive accessibility can cause serious problems. Kids are capable of instigating rumors and threats that can lead other kids into…
In Paranoia, the new movie starring Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman, Liam Hemsworth and Amber Heard, the world of high tech corporate espionage comes alive on the silver screen. The thriller pits Ford against Oldman in a tale of treachery and deceit involving very high stakes and a dangerous game between rival companies. Movie fans will have the chance to see the two veteran actors battle each other once again (they last met up with one another in 1997’s Air Force…
Tuesday, 03 December 2013 00:00

YouTube Enters Subscription Music Market

YouTube, already the most widely used on-demand music service on the planet, is now preparing to go a step further in dominating the way we access our favorite jams and the videos that go with them. YouTube plans to introduce its new paid subscription service before the end of 2103. The service is designed for use on mobile devices, and will give users access to commercial-free music and videos with the option of creating playlists and storing the content on…
Friday, 29 November 2013 00:00

Phone App Industry Still Expanding

The global market for smartphones and tablets seems to show no signs of slowing down anytime soon, and with the enormous popularity and advances in the capabilities of these devices, the phone application industry continues to see continued growth and innovation as well. Global phone app sales hit a staggering $18 billion last year and there were more than 63 billion apps downloaded in total. 57.3 billion were free apps and 6.6 billion were paid apps. These figures come from…