CEO Timothy Cook of Apple Inc. is confirmed and again will appear in the D11: All Things Digital conference that will happen next month. He also appeared in the conference last year, just when he replaced the legend Steve Jobs as the CEO of the Cupertino, California-based company. He had the opening interview in the last conference but we don’t know if it will be the same this year.
According to Kara Swisher of AllThingsD, Apple CEO had his first big interview at the All Things Digital conference in 2012 after succeeding Steve Jobs. With his . . . → Read More: Tim Cook will be in the All Things Digital Conference in May
LG Electronics introduced their curved OLED TV sets in the Consumer Electronics Show last January in Las Vegas. They were prototypes that time but recently, LG made an announcement that the curved OLED TV sets will hit the market and will start deliveries on May. With this, LG will have the bragging rights of being the first curved OLED TV manufacturer to offer the device in the market.
The curved television sets uses the Organic Light-Emitting Diodes or OLED which makes it possible for the screen to become more thinner and flexible that allows curving. According . . . → Read More: LG Electronics Curved OLED TV will hit Market Next Month
Spanish police have arrested a Dutchman suspected of being behind one of the biggest ever web attacks.
Spanish police forces have apprehended a hacker responsible of taking down a site through DDoS or Distributed Denial of Service.
The Dutchman, suspect of one of the biggest DDoS attack of sites on the web, is now held in Barcelona prison through a request by the Dutch prosecutor.
The site on the issue is Spamhaus, an anti-junk mail website. The attack sent a incredible amount of data to the site for it to crash and . . . → Read More: Spamhaus Hit by One of the Biggest DDoS Attack on the Web; Attacker Captured
Friday, the livingSocial, an online deal service website, was reportedly hijacked by unknown hackers. LivingSocial said that personal information of over 50 million customers have been breached and accessed.
According to the online deal company, email addresses, names, birth dates and passwords of their customers all over the world have been affected by the attack but thankfully, they stated that the credit-card information of these customers were not compromised.
LivingSocial is currently working with the law enforcement officials today and are working hard in investigating the hijack. At the same time, they are getting . . . → Read More: LivingSocial Website Hijacked Affecting over 50 Million Customer but Credit Card info is Safe
To celebrate the Earth Day, Nissan is joining forces with the people of New York City to introduce new environment-friendly cars to be used as taxis in the city that never sleeps. Six cars from Nissan, the Leaf, is going to be the taxi and will be a test program of mayor Michael Bloomberg. His goal is to make the electric taxis the city’s taxi in 2020.
The program launched earlier today to celebrate Earth Day. The other purpose of this program is to show the New Yorkers, as well as people from other cities, how . . . → Read More: Nissan and NYC Introduces Electric Taxis to be Used in the City