In the wake of his failure to make a dent in New Zealand politics, Kim Dotcom has said his name alone spoiled the chances for the alliance of the Internet Party and the Mana Movement.
The result was truly dismal: the Internet Party failed to secure a seat, and Mana's leader Hone Harawira lost his seat, as New Zealand's conservative National Party led by Dotcom's arch-enemy John Key swept back into power with 48.1 per cent of the vote.
Home Depot said Thursday that 56 million payment cards were affected by a malware attack that started in April.
In a statement, Home Depot said that it completed its investigation and added enhanced encryption at point of sale terminals in its U.S. stores. Enhanced encryption will be complete in early 2015. Home Depot's encryption technology was provided by Voltage Security and tested by independent firms.
The fervor and suspense surrounding Alibaba's IPO roadshow has reached such a fever pitch that CNBC even quipped "it's like Alibaba cures cancer or something."
An inevitable result is that some expectations simply won't be met given how high expectations have risen for what is being flaunted as the greatest tech (or just general) initial public offering in history.
Microsoft will shutter its standalone Trustworthy Computing group, folding elements of the unit’s work on security, privacy and related issues into its Cloud & Enterprise Division, and its Legal & Corporate Affairs group.
It’s the latest change related to the company’s new round of layoffs, announced this morning. A spokesman confirmed that an unspecified number of jobs are being eliminated from the Trustworthy Computing group as part of the changes.
As Uber and Lyft battle to beat each other out, it appears investors are looking at a smaller ride-sharing service called Sidecar.
Sidecar announced on Monday that it raised $15 million to help fuel its Shared Rides carpool feature and a bigger expansion throughout the US. The round was led by Avalon Ventures and includes both Union Square Ventures and transportation leader and Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson.