- BlackBerry wants Seacrest OUT — of the physical keyboard business
- T-Mobile CEO calls AT&T’s latest promotion a “desperate move”
- CES: What Acer is bringing to Las Vegas
- Twitter launches Vine for the Web
- Snapchat will let users opt out of its Find Friends feature
News From You
- Engadget reports that Fox will continue the tradition of streaming the US Super Bowl football game for free online. Fox will also stream its playoff coverage but that will only be available to certain cable subscribers. ::CBS, the network that streamed the Super Bowl for free last year, will be streaming all of its playoff coverage online for free.
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- YouTube will not only show off 4K Streaming at CES but will do it with their own royalty-free VP9 codec
- According to GigaOm, YouTube will not only show off 4K Streaming at CES but will do it with their own royalty-free VP9 codec. Google’s been trying to push the codec since it acquired it back in the VP8 days. This time they have 19 hardware partners on board to help the push, including big companies like Sony, Intel, Samsung, Broadcom and Marvell among others.
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- The Washington Post reports the NSA is building a “crypto logically useful computer” according to documents leaked by Edward Snowden. The $79.7 million research program is named “Penetrating Hard Targets”. Quantum Computers have been demonstrated by labs in the EU and Switzerland and a company called D-Wave. Quantum computers are actually slower than classical computers at most tasks but can perform certain functions like factoring prime numbers more efficiently.
- Quantum computing 101
- Cryptology and Data Secrecy: The Vernam Cipher
- Venona project
- Post-quantum cryptography
- CES: Wearables, 4k video & tablets
- A quick search on Google News for the terms ‘CES expect’ reveals 13,000 results that indicate wearable, 4k video & tablets will be the big trend. Now you don’t have to go.
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