In what apparently is the latest cyberattack launched by the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) hacktivist group, the hawkers targeted The Financial Times on Friday, breaking into a number of the company's Twitter accounts and blog headlines.
As a part of their cyberattack on The Financial Times, the SEA hackers managed to change the headlines of posts on the company's blog posts to "Hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army." Moreover, on one of The Financial Times' Twitter accounts, the hackers posted a link to a video execution on YouTube.
In a May 17 announcement, the US Defense Department said that Apple devices have been approved for use on its network; thereby implying that the employees of the department can be issued iPhones and iPads in the office.
Moxetumomab pasudotox, which is a treatment for unresponsive or relapsed hairy cell leukaemia patients, has seen a patient being enrolled for its Phase II clinical trial.
Those moving ahead to Phase III clinical development are three of its cancer compounds. One of the core areas of therapy are oncology and with this, new molecular entities are developed.
Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program is sponsoring the trial. This comes under the Division of Cancer Treatment and Diganosis at the US National Cancer Institute.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that Austria is at quite an embarrassing position due to Kommunalkredit Austria AG. It has been said so as it has failed to sell Kommunalkredit, which is said to be the first Austrian bank that was nationalized in 2008.
A study was carried out to analyze the brain conditions of soldiers who suffer repeated injury on their heads.
A leading veterinary charity PDSA stated that awareness about dementia needs to be spread as it is doing with the National Dementia Awareness Week next week as this does not only affect people but pets too.
A set of symptoms is described by the term dementia. This is caused when slow loss of brain function happens but other things too can cause this. The owners of pets should not always think that changes in pet happen due to old age.
There are many symptoms of dementia like loss of memory, poor attention, confusion and this happens when pets age.
The British Medical Association states that children's lives have got affected due to a series of coalition policies. With this, more families are being made poor and inequalities are getting widened.
Government's welfare policies aimed at health and welfare have got a blow with the claims made in the 250-page analysis, entitled Growing up in the UK.
According to the doctors' union, health policy analysts will never call administration's policies as family-friendly. This is opposite to the pledge made by David Cameron.
According to University Maastricht scientist Dr. Mark Post, a lab-made burger may make its culinary debut in London sometimes this month.
According to the Thursday-released results of a test which the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety started using last year, only 2 out of 13 small Sport-Utility Vehicles (SUVs) performed satisfactorily in the insurance industry group's simulation of a fatal kind of front-end crash.
In coincidence with the celebration of its first year after being crowd-funded through the Kickstarter crowd-funding site, Pebble Technology has reportedly raised US$15 million in its Series A funding round.
The startup is being backed by Charles River Ventures (CRV); and the funding round was spearheaded by CRV partner George Zachary, who said in one of his recent tweets that Pebble represents his 24th investment.
With Saturday, May 18, marking the first anniversary of the Facebook IPO, one of the biggest challenges which Facebook has been facing during its short, one-year span as a public company is how to tackle its revenue.
After concentrating largely on `user growth' for eight years, revenue has finally become Facebook's top priority, especially in the last one year since the company launched its IPO. The social network has now restructured its business in such a way that many of its top-notch executives are mulling all possible ways of boosting sales.
According to the most recent market data released by IDC on Thursday, the contribution of Apple iOS in the 2013 first-quarter shipments of smartphones was 17.3 percent; a figure which marks a fall from the 23 percent share which iOS had in smartphone shipments in the same quarter last year.
However, going by the statistics released by Apple last month, the January-March quarter of 2013 was the company's strongest ever first quarter so far as shipments volume is concerned. Apple revealed that its first quarter shipments had touched a record high of 37.4 million iPhones.
In a Thursday statement, the U. K. Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) revealed that four LulzSec members - Ryan Cleary, Jake Davis, Ryan Ackroyd, and Mustafa Al-Bassam - have been sentenced to jail time by a London judge.
The conservationists are very much concerned about the number of breeding birds on Farne Islands after it bore a year of extreme weather.
Another voyage in aviation industry is going to be a pilot-less plane, which will be remote controlled from the aviation centres and will be run by a computerized pilot.
In order to ensure that prostitution or escort services are not promoted through social network, novel rules have been updated by the industry.
Algirdas Semeta, the European commissioner for taxation and anti-fraud, has said to be disappointed at a failure by European Union finance ministers to agree on tougher tax rules on tax evasion during a meeting on Thursday.
Adem Ljajic, Serbian footballer, is opening a business forum named `Economic Partner-Serbia' which according to Ljajic will focus on economic reforms, macroeconomic stability, remedying the consequences of the economic crisis and changing the model of economic growth and development.
In a recent announcement, Steam said that it is releasing a beta feature - dubbed Steam Trading Cards - within its service. The beta for virtual collectible cards essentially enables the gamers to convert the cards into badges or trade them for other exhilarating stuff from the company.
At the start of its annual Google I/O conference on Wednesday, Google unveiled a `pure' Android Galaxy S4 smartphone, which will be a special edition, stock Android version of Samsung's flagship handset.
According to the details shared by Google, the Samsung Galaxy S4 - like other Galaxy models sold in the US - will run the Android OS 4.2 version. However, the S4 will differ from the other Galaxy handsets in the sense that it will run a `pure' version of Android, sans either Samsung's custom software like the TouchWiz interface or the software included from different carriers.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the European Parliament is going to discuss the ways by which tax evasion can be tackled. The European Union has stated that 1trillion euros are lost on an annual basis due to tax evasion.
The matter is heating up with passage of time. It has been said that Greek and French politicians...
At 11.10 pm, Barack Obama recorded a historic win by defeating his rival, Mitt Romney by 100 votes. Obama was given 303 electoral votes by the major networks, while Romney got 203.
Obama, the first African American President, was elected...
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