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Exclusive: Why John McAfee is on the run | SiliconANGLE
[Editor's Note: If you've missed it, SiliconANGLE Security Editor John Casaretto has been granted unprecedented access to John McAfee and hi
‘Heartbleed’ SSL vulnerability causing heartburn for Bitcoin web service...
A major security flaw recently discovered in a popular library for the SSL protocol—the cryptographic underpinning of a bulk of all web tran
Exclusive: John McAfee’s ring of danger in Belize | SiliconANGLE
If you have kept up on the continuing John McAfee series here at SiliconANGLE, you may recognize that the elements surrounding McAfee in Bel
Russia evades US SIGINT surveillance – Has Snowden turned spy? | Silicon...
This will be a bit controversial as famed NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden himself is a controversial figure. Some say he's a hero, others s
Intel-Cloudera deal levels the channel playing field | SiliconANGLE
Intel's investment in Cloudera gives the Hadoop start-up yet more cash to play with, but the more important aspect of the deal is the channe
Is the Smart Home buzzing at SxSW 2014? | SiliconANGLE
I'd been on the fence about going to SxSW this year until I learned of the Connected Home Developers Garage. The event host, iControl, invit
When a growth hack is not enough: Rana Florida explains the ultimate “Up...
It's not surprising that “growth hack” has become a popular buzz phrase for techies. Created by technology startups to drive rapid growth th
Exclusive: John McAfee in Belize, land of pirates. | SiliconANGLE
If you think you know the John McAfee story by the accounts of the mainstream press, it sounds ultra-sensational. That's how it seemed to me
TURBINE: The NSA’s secret automated ‘mass-hacking’ program | SiliconANGLE
It's no secret that the NSA has both the method and the means to get inside your computer if it has a vested interest in doing so. The exist
Satoshi Nakamoto’s disappearance was good for Bitcoin | SiliconANGLE
And so Satoshi Nakamoto, the man who created Bitcoin, has finally been located. That is, of course, if you believe the investigative feature
How to get the ‘power’ back in your bitcoin mining efforts | SiliconANGLE
There is a lot of confusion about how to be profitable in bitcoin mining. While tools are available, bitcoin mining success relies on two fa
MtGox trading freeze and website closure aftermath continues | SiliconANGLE
Yesterday, February 24th, MtGox halted transactions on their bitcoin exchange, triggering The Bitcoin Six to publish a joint-statement about
Coinbase, Blockchain.info and other high-profile Bitcoin industry execut...
The purpose of this document is to summarize a joint statement to the Bitcoin community regarding the insolvency of Mt.Gox. This tragic viol
10 of the best data center infographics online today | SiliconANGLE
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Bullish on Bitcoin : The biggest land grab since the Internet | SiliconA...
Bitcoin is the biggest land grab since the Internet. That Internet as we know it was created 24 years ago by Tim Berners-Lee with the first
This ain’t your father’s data center | SiliconANGLE
It seems in the past couple of years it has been chic to pronounce the demise of the mainframe as greatly exaggerated. And while previous re
Opinion: Twitter’s Just Did Smart Thing – Focus on User Experience Not T...
Yesterday, in Twitter's historical first earnings call, I live tweeted @dickc Dick Costello comments. Of all his comments, my favorite was w