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Dow Jones index – of customers, not prices – leaks from...

S3 bucket was set to authenticate all AWS users, not just Dow Jones users Dow Jones has emulated Verizon by saving various internal databases (including Wall Street Journal subscribers) in the cloud without properly securing it.…

AlphaBay taken down by law enforcement across 3 countries, WSJ says

Alleged founder Alexandre Cazes found dead in a Thai jail cell.

2,939 new Teslas were registered in Hong Kong in March—none in...

Currently, the only way to make EVs competitive is with government incentives.

Samsung’s “Bixby” still can’t speak English, plans speaker hardware anyway

Samsung is the latest company to plan a voice assistant in a box.

Samsung’s fiery Galaxy Note 7 to rise from the ashes as...

The Note 7 FE hits South Korean (and some other countries) on July 7.

Comcast and Charter could invest in Sprint’s network, resell Sprint data

Sprint is holding "exclusive talks" with the two biggest US cable companies.

Trump plans to dismantle Obama-era “Startup Visa”

Obama-era rule granted visas to immigrants who lined up $250,000 in capital.

Theranos reportedly settles $140M Walgreens suit for less than $30M

The agreement is not final and terms may change for the cash-strapped biotech company.

Uber board is meeting to consider CEO Kalanick temporarily stepping down...

Reports say internal investigation found bullying, and sexual and racial bias.

With path cleared to close Yahoo deal, Verizon prepares the pink...

Deal to close June 13, as Yahoo stockholders approve endgame.

Google prepares publishers for the release of Chrome ad-blocking

The biggest online advertiser will now block ads; the Web won't look the same.

Report: Google gives publishers time to prep for Chrome ad filter

The tech giant is giving publishers at least six months to prepare for the new feature, the Wall Street Journal reports.