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An employee of Indian IT security solutions company Innefu Labs in New Delhi last year. India produces more ethical hackers than anywhere else in the world. — AFP

India’s ethical hackers rewarded abroad, ignored at home

India produces more ethical hackers – those who break into computer networks to expose, rather than exploit, weaknesses – than anywhere else in the world.

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German reinsurer Munich Re is a global leader in insuring cyber risks, with most of business in that area in the US. — AFP Relaxnews

Cyber insurance market slow to develop: Allianz exec

29 May 2017

The tiny market for cyber insurance has been slower to develop than generally anticipated, a member of Allianz's board said in an interview.

Google has announced it is investing even more in VR, despite disappointing sales for a technology that was tipped to be as revolutionary as the smartphone. — dpa

Google not giving up on virtual reality, despite disappointing sales

29 May 2017

There's been a lot of hype about VR headsets for years, but now that they’ve actually hit the shops, it's become apparent that besides hardcore gamers, most people aren’t interested in investing upwards of a thousand dollars on these new virtual worlds.

More US car dealers are offering online services, but there isn't much integration with financing, trade-in values and other services consumers want online. — Dreamstime/TNS

Why you can’t buy a car online – for now

29 May 2017

As bricks-and-mortar stores around the US close up and more retail sales shift to the Internet, the auto industry seems stuck in the past, plodding along in much the same way that it has for decades.

Those who run illegal streaming or torrent sites in Malaysia could be classified as violating Section 41 of the Copyright Act 1987. The penalty includes a fine, jail time or both. — 123rf.com

Fighting the good fight

29 May 2017

MCMC teams up with law enforcement agencies to bring down online piracy.

Omar said IPv6 is important to the implementation of the Internet of Things (IoT), as many more devices will be needing IP addresses. — AFP Relaxnews

Maintaining IPv4 is going to get expensive: expert

29 May 2017

Companies dependent on the Internet for their businesses shouldn’t wait too long to migrate from IPv4 (Internet Protocal version 4) to IPv6.

The Dawnblade is all fired up for action with his flaming sword.

Destiny 2: Destined for more

29 May 2017

Destiny 2 promises an all-new cinematic campaign with a stronger narrative and more ­cinematics than ever before; more quests and adventures; and even characters talking to you along the way.

In Destiny 2 you start from zero as you have lost your home and your powers. — Photos: Bungie/Activision

Destiny 2: Community spirit

29 May 2017

Destiny 2 upgrades its social network so that it will now be a place for all to belong.

A simple snapshot of the different resolutions.

In pursuit of pixels

29 May 2017

Just about everything you see that’s not ­natural – text, photos, newspapers, videos – are made of dots but they are not obvious to the naked eye because they are tiny.

Keep in mind these few simple tips to get the best possible TV for your budget. — Bloomberg

Get smart about the idiot box

29 May 2017

Knowing a few simple things can go a long way in getting the best TV.

It took 20 years from the first time when you saw a cellphone as a brick to now when everybody has one, but technology is changing and developing so fast now that it can be difficult to keep up with everything. — Reuters

How technology is changing our art, our world – and even ourselves

28 May 2017

Flying cars, robot butlers, and metallic jumpsuits – the science-fiction future that was to be our present is still not a reality.

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