Tor Internet Privacy Service Breached
AMD Debuts 64-Bit ARM Server Chips
Protect Yourself from Identity Theft
'Right To Be Forgotten': 26 Questions
IBM, California Partner in the Cloud
You may never have heard of the Tor Project, but the Internet privacy service is making headlines. Tor’s devs say users might be victims of an attack launched against the project earlier this year.
It's dubbed "Seattle" and it's AMD's first 64-bit ARM-based Opteron processor. The low-power chip is being released as part of AMD’s Opteron A1100-series developer kit, and aimed at high-end data center needs.
In the last year, major companies like Target have been hacked; it seems every week there's news of another data breach. Here are five ways you can avoid becoming a victim of identity theft.
Google, Bing, Yahoo! and the European Union are playing a game of 20 Questions. Except it's 26 questions, and it's no game. The EU seeks answers to how they're implementing users' "right to be forgotten."
There's a big, new cloud coming to California, and it is powered by IBM. The tech giant said Thursday it will be supplying cloud services for more than 400 state and local agencies.