Wozniak is worried about Cloud Storage, Flexible batteries may be on the horizon and more

Here is our wrap-up of the top technology stories of the day. Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder, believes that cloud storage will lead to “horrible problems” in the future. He said that “With the cloud, you don’t own anything. You already signed it away.” While there are concerns with cloud, they can be mitigated and mediated. […]

First Official AOKP Jelly Bean ROM, VMware VMs targeted by "Crisis" and more

Here is today’s top tech news. It’s a happy day for all you Android hackers out there, AOKP has released their first (official) code for Jelly Bean – while there have been “nightlies” for a while, the first release is the best. If you have a rooted Android device, head over to AOKP to check out […]

Key Android Apps found vulnerable, CYBERCOM Betting on Kaspersky

Here are the top cybersecurity news and stories of the day. Researchers have found that some Android apps used by millions of people have huge vulnerabilities – researchers identified 41 such apps in the Google Play Store that when used over unsecured Wi-Fi allow key information to be accessed. The easy answer is don’t use unsecured […]

5 Worst Mobile Threats of 2012, NASA AMES Wins 2012 National Cybersecurity Innovation Award

ComputerWorld Singapore and Craig Sprosts, VP of Nominum, have outlined the top 5 worst mobile threats of 2012 – Here are the top five threats mobile users have to compete with; NOTCOMPATIBLE – this drive-by Trojan infects Android devices via mobile browser, which allows the device to be used as a proxy SMSPACEM – Android malware […]

The Election could Re-Write Cyber Org Charts, New Rules of Cyberwar (Post-Stuxnet) and more

Here are today’s top cyber news and stories. While most are looking at the financial, socio-economic and national defense ramifications of the election, Nextgov takes a look the cyber ramifications of the election – Many federal leaders are political appointees, especially in the cyber realm. When the fallout from this election clears, we will have new […]

Cybersecurity worries spur fears of cost and regulation, U of Tulsa teaching cyberespionage and more

Here are the top cyber news and stories of the day. The school that trains cyber spies: U.S. university training students in online espionage for jobs in the NSA and CIA – The University of Tulsa has a little known course known as the Cyber Corps. This program places 85% of all graduates in the […]