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Russian Government Buys Typewriters to Prevent Intel Leaks

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July 11, 2013
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Russia's Federal Protective Service has placed an order for 20 typewriters to help protect the government from intelligence leaks.


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TheStreet (July 8, 2014) — Intel announced it's established a new group focused on setting the standard for the "Internet of Things," which will compete with an alliance already created by Qualcomm. Intel said it's created the Open Interconnect Consortium, which aims to establish how smart devices can work together and connect to everyday household items. Members of the group, which includes Broadcom, Dell and Samsung, among others, will donate intellectual property that all members can use. Instead of joining the group already in existence, Intel created a competing alliance to address security and other issues it says are not adequately handled by the AllSeen group, according to Reuters. Video provided by TheStreet
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Will Using Typewriters Keep Germany Safe From U.S. Spying?

Will Using Typewriters Keep Germany Safe From U.S. Spying?

Newsy (July 15, 2014) — In light of U.S. spying scandals, a German investigator says his committee is going old school, but are typewriters any safer than email? Video provided by Newsy
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Bring the Grocery Store to Your Door

Bring the Grocery Store to Your Door

Howdini (Dec. 14, 2012) — Lots of grocery chains offer online supermarket shopping with delivery to your door. But do they help manage your buying? Personal tech expert Carley Knobloch reviews Alice.com which buys straight from the manufacturer, automatically applies discount coupons to your order, then delivers everything right to your door for free.
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China's Government Now Prohibited from Buying Microsoft Windows 8

China's Government Now Prohibited from Buying Microsoft Windows 8

TheStreet (June 5, 2014) — China has issued a ban on Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system, prohibiting it on government computers. A Chinese news agency reported that the ban by the Central Government Procurement Center was put in place to protect security after Microsoft ended support for its Windows XP operating system. It targets new purchases, stipulating that desktop, laptop and tablet computers bought by the government must use a different operating system. Microsoft said was surprised by the decision and is working with the Chinese government to ensure its products and services meet all government procurement requirements. Video provided by TheStreet
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