The magical, revolutionary product just got better - thinner, lighter, dual core processor and front and rear facing cameras. What's next ... iPad 3 by holiday season this year?
Cyber security expert and certified ethical hacker Michael Gregg offers tips for safer online shopping this holiday season. Michael Gregg is founder/COO of Superior Solutions, based in Houston, Texas.
Cyber security expert and certified ethical hacker (CEH) Michael Gregg offers tips for staying safe online this holiday shopping season. Michael Gregg is founder/COO of Superior Solutions in Houston, Texas. This segment appeared on a Houston TV morning show.
CNBC's Street Insider segment interviews precious metals expert David Morgan on the investment value of less common metals like palladium.
New York attorney Martin Schwimmer, former vice president of ICANN's Intellectual Property Constituency, discusses with CNN International the organization's approval of internationalized domain names (IDNs). On October 30, 2009, ICANN approved the use of non-Latin characters in country code top level domains (ccTLDs).
ABC-10 Miami investigates the new threat to mobile phones posed by SMS, or text message, worms like the Chinese-made Sexy Space, release in July, which targeted the Symbian operating system. Cybersecurity expert Michael Gregg provides the details.
Michael Gregg demo. From The New York Times - "We are about at the point with phones that we were with desktops in the 80s, said Michael Gregg, a national cybersecurity expert and author who's consulted for the NSA, DoD, FDIC. Viruses were just emerging, and there was little public awareness, he said. Sexy Space, which targeted the Symbian OS, was the world's first text message worm to appear "in the wild" and highlights the new risk of mobile botnets.
The 2009 South Florida Coupe de la Ligue took place April 10 and 11 - it was the first professional team handball championship to be held on US soil.
Florida tax attorney Richard Lehman recently spoke with Channel 25 about the Bernard Madoff case and the tax recovery options for victims.
Florida tax attorney Richard Lehman recently spoke with Channel 5 news about the Bernard Madoff case and how victims can recover a portion of their money from the IRS.