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Government Spies Can See Everything You’re Doing With Your Phone on a Plane

12:36 PM ET If you like your privacy, don’t fly the friendly skies with your phone connected to in-flight networks.

Video: Get Your Hands on Virtual Reality with Oculus Touch

December 5 One step closer to full immersion.

Apple Is Using Drones to Make its Maps Better

December 2 Apple was granted permission to fly drones by the Federal Aviation Administration in March

First Rule of User Experience: You Do Talk To the User

December 1 “We assume we know what our customers want. But in many cases, we don’t."

Hackers Turn ATMs into Piggybanks and Customer Databases into High-End Smartphones

November 28 This week's cyber crimes require some in real-life accomplishes to finish up tasks.

Bitcoin and Blockchain Seem More and More like Solutions Looking for a Problem

November 23 The bitcoin and blockchain world is in a bit of an investment slump.

Video: Tech to Improve Your Thanksgiving

November 22 A solution for everything except dinner table arguments.

Mobile Innovation Will Help 2 Billion More People Get Access to Health Care and Education

November 22 For low-income consumers in emerging markets, the full potential of mobile financial services is yet to be unlocked, a new report suggests.

Video: How Augmented Reality Will Change Tech Experiences

November 22 "I think that it’ll make our lives better.”

Tech, Security Sectors Fear Renewed Crypto Fights Under Trump

November 22 The president-elect urged a boycott against Apple for refusing to help the FBI crack into an encrypted iPhone.

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    Database-level encryption had its origins in the 1990s and early 2000s in response to very basic risks which largely revolved around the theft of servers, backup tapes and other physical-layer assets. As noted in Verizon’s 2014, Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR)1, threats today are far more advanced and dangerous.

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