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Lloyds Bank to Use Virtual Reality for Graduate Programme Intake

Posted on October 20th, 2016.

The Lloyds Banking Group is taking a different approach toward its 2017 graduate intake by using virtual reality to test the reactions of potential candidates. Every year, Lloyds receives more than 20,000 applications from graduate applicants. Each of them is seeking a place on one of 14 placements in its Graduate Leadership Programmes....

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Entertainment

Apple CEO Tim Cook Wants Augmented and Virtual Reality Tech to “Encourage” Human Contact

Posted on October 14th, 2016.

So far, Apple has been the slowest of the big boys to getting an augmented or virtual reality product to market. The company’s iPhone is the single most popular smart phone on the planet and its computer products enjoy relative popularity (in early 2014, they were almost 9% of the market, a quadrupling from turn-of-the-century numbers)....

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Apple Tried To Help FBI, But The Password Got Changed In Government’s Hands

Posted on February 21st, 2016.

An Apple executive yesterday pointed out a piece of information that was contained in an extensive government filing about the San Bernardino terrorist investigation – that county government officials could have inadvertently undermined their ability to access the data on the iPhone 5C used by terrorist Rizwan Farook, according to...

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White Hat iOS Hacker Advises Apple In Its FBI Battle

Posted on February 18th, 2016.

Will Strafach, a widely-known iOS hacker and mobile security expert, has some advice for Apple in its public dispute with the FBI after a judge ruled the company must help the FBI break into an iPhone that belonged to one of the San Bernardino shooters. Strafach, now the CEO of Sudo Security Group, which specializes in enterprise mobile...

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Cybersecurity

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Building iPhone Backdoor is ‘Dangerous’; Govt Demand is ‘Chilling’

Posted on February 17th, 2016.

        Apple CEO Tim Cook, easily among the most vocal advocators of encryption in the world has, in an open letter today, passionately vowed to fight the US government over a court order that demands unrestricted backdoor access to an iPhone. When the government comes knocking with a court order to demand that a...

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Communication

Department of Justice Still Determined to Force Apple to Decrypt Its Consumer Technology

Posted on October 24th, 2015.

A methamphetamine distribution case in the District Court for the Eastern District of New York has the government trying a new approach in its fight against strong cryptography. Prosecutors believe there is strong evidence on an iPhone 5s belonging to an alleged drug dealer. They requested and were granted a warrant that a warrant be...

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David Cameron On A Mission to Destroy ‘Strong Cryptography’

Posted on July 1st, 2015.

British Prime Minister David Cameron believes that strong cryptography is a major barrier to peace, order, and justice, as reports Politics.co.uk. Lawful citizens, really, have no need of strong (read: backdoor-free) cryptography, goes the logic behind his position. He believes that the government should be guaranteed a way into any...