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12 years old and finally over: Is the Harkonnen Operation the longest-running malware campaign so far? | ZDNet

12 years old and finally over: Is the Harkonnen Operation the longest-running malware campaign so far? | ZDNet | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Cyber-criminals targeting European corporations and governments managed to stay undetected since 2002 - until one security company found them.
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Real-time emotion detection with Google Glass: An awesome, creepy taste of the ... - ExtremeTech

Real-time emotion detection with Google Glass: An awesome, creepy taste of the ... - ExtremeTech | GERMANY | Scoop.it
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The wily geniuses at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany have created the world's first real-time emotion detection app for Google Glass.
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German server lockbox scores MEELLION dollar seed-smashing record

German server lockbox scores MEELLION dollar seed-smashing record | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Thwarting the NSA as a startup business model Cheers and laughter could be heard late last night through the walls of a small Hamburg office as staff celebrated an unlikely win; their punt to build a NSA-subverting server that encrypts everything ...
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Addicted To Your Phone? New App Tracks Smartphone Usage - Technology News - redOrbit

Addicted To Your Phone? New App Tracks Smartphone Usage - Technology News - redOrbit | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Researchers from the University of Bonn in Germany have a released a new app that can track the wholesale use of your cell phone – from time spent on calls to app usage to texting activities.
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ESA Science & Technology: Rosetta, ESA's 'sleeping beauty' wakes up from deep space hibernation

ESA Science & Technology: Rosetta, ESA's 'sleeping beauty' wakes up from deep space hibernation | GERMANY | Scoop.it
It was a fairy-tale ending to a tense chapter in the story of the Rosetta space mission this evening as ESA heard from its distant spacecraft for the first time in 31 months.
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Infosecurity - Germany Warns That Criminals Have Stolen 16 Million Email Credentials

The German Office for Information Technology (BSI) warned Tuesday that botnet operators have stolen some 16 million email credentials; about half of which have a .de suffix.
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Zero Access, vulnerability disclosure and the evils of RTF

Zero Access, vulnerability disclosure and the evils of RTF | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Chester Wisniewski writes to us from Virus Bulletin 2013 in Berlin, Germany to share the latest research on malicious documents, bot herders and foos ball.
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iOS push email is back in Germany, a year and a half after Motorola shut it down - GigaOM

iOS push email is back in Germany, a year and a half after Motorola shut it down - GigaOM | GERMANY | Scoop.it
iOS push email is back in Germany, a year and a half after Motorola shut it down
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Push is a standard feature of Apple's email services around the world, but the situation has been different in Germany over the last year and a half.
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Germany's government and media are bolstering bitcoin popularity

Germany's government and media are bolstering bitcoin popularity | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Berlin has long been a hub for bitcoin, but recent regulation developments and media coverage are taking it further.
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After Fukushima: Could Germany's nuclear gamble backfire? - CNN International

After Fukushima: Could Germany's nuclear gamble backfire? - CNN International | GERMANY | Scoop.it
After Fukushima: Could Germany's nuclear gamble backfire?
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How Do You Say 'Blog' in German? - New York Times

How Do You Say 'Blog' in German? - New York Times | GERMANY | Scoop.it
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How Do You Say 'Blog' in German?
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WE Germans owe the English language a debt of gratitude.
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The Man Who Saved the World by Doing Absolutely Nothing

The Man Who Saved the World by Doing Absolutely Nothing | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Petrov receives a 2011 German media award from Karlheinz Koegel, chief of the German Media Research Group, during a ceremony in 2012. (Reuters)It was September 26, 1983.
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Amazon Cloud Player lands on the Sonos Wireless HiFi System in the UK, France, Spain, Italy and Germany

Amazon Cloud Player lands on the Sonos Wireless HiFi System in the UK, France, Spain, Italy and Germany | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Amazon has announced that Amazon Cloud Player is being made available on Sonos Wireless HiFi systems in France, Spain, Italy, Germany and the UK, meaning that Amazon MP3 users can listen to their music library throughout their home on their music...
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While NSA 'maps' the Internet landscape, German tech companies want Cloud ... - Deutsche Welle

While NSA 'maps' the Internet landscape, German tech companies want Cloud ... - Deutsche Welle | GERMANY | Scoop.it
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Germany Now Produces 28.5% of Energy from Renewables

Germany Now Produces 28.5% of Energy from Renewables | GERMANY | Scoop.it
The country’s Energiewende energy transition has crossed another milestone (Germany now produces 28.5% of energy from renewables http://t.co/rCPkm3FHJp)...
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German spy agency to 'monitor Facebook, Twitter in real-time' — RT ...

German spy agency to 'monitor Facebook, Twitter in real-time' — RT ... | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Germany's spy agency is working on a 300 million euro project that would extend its digital espionage program and allow the monitoring of Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks in real-time, according to documents ...
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Germany Tax on Own Use of Renewables Is First in Europe - Bloomberg

Germany Tax on Own Use of Renewables Is First in Europe - Bloomberg | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Germany Tax on Own Use of Renewables Is First in Europe Bloomberg Germany is set to become the first nation in Europe to charge owners of renewable energy plants for their own use of electricity, part of Chancellor Angela Merkel's effort to contain...
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First artificial eye in Germany, first device to restore almost perfect vision to the blind.

First artificial eye in Germany, first device to restore almost perfect vision to the blind. | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Click to see the pic and write a comment... (First artificial eye in Germany, first device to restore almost perfect vision to the blind.
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Lifting the veil of secrecy: Meet the female code-breakers of WWII | CNN.com

Lifting the veil of secrecy: Meet the female code-breakers of WWII | CNN.com | GERMANY | Scoop.it

"This is Norway checker," echoed the voice through the scrambler. "I have a good stop for you in Stavanger."


Nobody on the outside world could have known what she meant.


But inside Bletchley Park, a World War II code-breaking enclave in the English countryside of Buckinghamshire, 18-year-old Ruth Bourne had discovered a vital piece of intelligence.


Working alongside thousands of other women to decipher encoded German signals sent between Nazi generals, Bourne's discovery meant passing on the information to her superiors to assess whether this was another piece of the decryption puzzle.


With every room named after a country that had been toppled by the Nazis, and each machine christened as one of its towns, Bletchley Park's simple yet effective checking system proved crucial in the defeat of Hitler's regime.


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Should Other Nations Follow Germany's Lead On Promoting Solar Power? - Forbes

Should Other Nations Follow Germany's Lead On Promoting Solar Power? - Forbes | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Should Other Nations Follow Germany's Lead On Promoting Solar Power?
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This is a serious problem for Germany, but an even greater problem for the rest of the world, who hope to follow in their footsteps.
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SAP partners with Intel, Hortonworks to resell big data platforms

SAP has announced partnerships with Intel and Hortonworks to redistribute and support the two companies' big data platforms. This will also mean closer integration with SAP HANA.
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How serious is Germany about its democratic principles? - The Guardian

How serious is Germany about its democratic principles? - The Guardian | GERMANY | Scoop.it
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How serious is Germany about its democratic principles?
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At first sight, it appears as if last Sunday produced a smash-and-grab triumph for Chancellor Angela Merkel, confirming her politics and her role in Germany and Europe.
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SAP targets 1M small and medium-sized business customers in China

SAP targets 1M small and medium-sized business customers in China | GERMANY | Scoop.it
Jim Hagemann Snabe to join supervisory board of SAP as the German software firm continues expansion in China to help SMEs go global ($CEB SAP targets 1M small and medium-sized business customers in China http://t.co/KB3ggAwUxc)...
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How Mercedes Benz Uses Cameras to Stabilize the Road While You Drive

How Mercedes Benz Uses Cameras to Stabilize the Road While You Drive | GERMANY | Scoop.it
The newest Mercedes Benz S-Class has a new Magic Body Control feature that basically stabilizes the road you drive on.
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iPhone 5S fingerprint sensor hacked by Germany's Chaos Computer Club - The Guardian

iPhone 5S fingerprint sensor hacked by Germany's Chaos Computer Club - The Guardian | GERMANY | Scoop.it
The Guardian iPhone 5S fingerprint sensor hacked by Germany's Chaos Computer Club The Guardian Germany's Chaos Computer Club says it has cracked the protection around Apple's fingerprint sensor on its new iPhone 5S, just two days after the device...
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