Some corporations and government agencies are paying to have their hacked servers and data destroyed.
Streaming Netflix on a smartphone isn’t a viable or sustainable option for many people. Data plans can cap you at a couple gigs or less, and getting in one more episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt just isn’t worth hiking up the price of your cellphone bill.
To help, Netflix announced a new feature Thursday allowing mobile users to more easily control and keep track of how much data is being used when they stream over a cellular network. You can choose between different stream quality settings that correspond to specific data-to-time ratios. Read more…
For Dummies Book Series Partners with Reviewsnap, Leading Performance Management Solution Provider
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BizLab tenants, affiliates will have access to legal, accounting, HR and recruiting experts
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Leading Silicon Valley beverage startup obtains Fair Trade certification for seven Keurig 2.0 compatible 100% Kona coffee single serves making it easier to land larger retailers.
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Ransomware, a type of malware that holds your computer hostage until you pay a certain amount of money, seems to be getting more popular since it sprouted up in large-scale form in 2013.
The website of Maisto International, a toymaker that primarily sells model vehicles and remote control vehicles, is playing host to some ransomware, Malwarebytes wrote Thursday. On the maisto.com homepage, malicious files can download themselves onto visitors’ computers via something called Angler.
Angler is a type of exploit toolkit that installs malicious files on your computer. In this case, the Angler kit is infecting computers with CryptXXX, a ransomware that encrypts users’ files, offering to unlock them for a fee. Read more…
The New York City-based Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) recently launched a programmatic transparency calculator aimed at providing “advertisers and publishers with a granular, partner-specific evaluation of their … costs as a percentage of their effective CPM.” It’s thought provoking. It’s asking all the right questions.