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Google this week announced that Shell Hashing Algorithm-1 (SHA-1) has been broken. SHA-1 is a 20-year-old cryptographic approach that's long been used to protect Web traffic. Its use was officially deprecated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology back in 2011,...
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SearchCap: AMP in search, search pictures and more
Search Engine LandBarry Schwartz
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web. From : Links to AMP content are showing up outside of search results Feb 24, 2017 by Barb Palser With several popular distribution apps now...
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Amazon Targets Microsoft’s Office Megalith
Fortune MagazineBarb Darrow
Amazon Web Services has made no secret of its ambition to provide far more than basic computing, storage, and networking services. Tech news site The Information reported on Friday that AWS is readying its next step: a line of services that desk-bound...
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AOL Inc, Cloud Computing Services
The Information: Amazon Web Services enhancing productivity solutions
Seeking AlphaSeeking Alpha
Indicating prospective increased competition among productivity suites, notably those of Google [G Suite] (GOOG, GOOGL) and Microsoft [Office 365] (NASDAQ:MSFT), upgrades to Amazon's (NASDAQ:AMZN) WorkMail and WorkDocs services to grow appeal for corporate customers, as well as a potential bundling of these...
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Fortune-Telling T-shirt?
The Wall Street JournalSpencer Jakab
Ah, nostalgia. It was just 20 years ago that was a leading edge company with an overpriced stock. Now , the youth-oriented clothing chain, is selling an overpriced shirt to its target audience – most of whom have only vague recollections of...
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PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Feb 24
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Feb 24 The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - Top Trump administration officials tried to soften the message on expanded U.S. immigration-enforcement efforts during talks...
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IMAX China profits tumble amid box-office slump
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Feb 24 IMAX China Holding Inc saw a steep fall in profits in 2016 amid a slump in China's box-office sales, the film company said on Friday, underlining the challenge filmmakers and cinema operators face in the world's second-largest economy. The subsidiary...
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U.S. companies decry Trump action on transgender student rights
Reuters
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. companies led by tech firms Yahoo Inc, Apple Inc and Microsoft Corp criticized the Trump administration's decision to revoke Obama administration guidance that allowed transgender public school students to use the bathroom of their choice.
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AT&T: Major Buy Signal Just Flashed
Seeking AlphaDavid Alton Clark
Summary Everyone seems intensely focused on the current unlimited price wars between the major carriers. I see this focus on the current competitive environment as exceedingly myopic. The fact of the matter is the major carriers have been engaged fierce competition since...
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Why AOL — yes, AOL — could get a new crop of customers
Washington PostHayley Tsukayama
Image of Verizon notice email. (Hayley Tsukayama) You’re all set! See all newsletters
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