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Google encourages all website owners to switch from HTTP to HTTPS for a better ranking position in the search engine

Google announced on it’s Official Webmaster Central Blog that “Security is a top priority for Google”. Google invests more in making sure that it’s services use “industry-leading security”, just like Secure HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTPS) encryption. People using Search, Gmail and Google Drive, for example, automatically have

Talk – An Innovative AAC Device for people with Developmental Disabilities

A 16 year old high school student called Arsh Shah Dilbagi invented a portable device that converts breath into speech. This affordable device helps people suffering from different disabilities like Parkinson’s or ALS to communicate using their breath. A few words about Arsh Shah Dilbagi My name

Gmail hacked. Millions of Gmail accounts and passwords have appeared on the internet

Gmail was hacked today, about 5 million gmail accounts were published on Bitcoin Security Forum Russian hackers. Alarming news this morning for those who have Gmail account. Russian hackers have published no less than 5 million users and passwords, but it seems we do not have serious

Google Acquires in order to Prevent and Stop Online Ad Fraud

According to DoubleClick Advertiser Blog, Google acquired in order to invest in a cleaner and more accountable web. is a company from London that spent over 3 years building a world-class ad fraud fighting operation.’s functionality is designed specifically to detect attacks originating from

Google Acquires SlickLogin and Improve its Security with The Sound-Based Password Authentication

According to it’s official website, SlickLogin has been acquired by Google. Launched into closed beta in the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 Battlefield, SlickLogin lets you log into a website on your computer by holding your phone within a few inches of it. How exactly does it work?

Google France forced to notify visitors of €150,000 privacy policy fine

Google has been shamed and forced by the authorities in France to publish on the first page of its search engine a message that informs the public about the fine of 150,000 euros received in this country for violation of privacy of users. French Data Protection Authority,

Google, Apple and Facebook have revealed the number of requests for data required by the NSA

Several giants of the Internet, including Google, Facebook and Apple, eager to regain the trust of their users, published Monday the number of secret applications required by the NSA, a first of the revelations of Edward Snowden, says AFP. A week ago, the U.S. authorities in accordance