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News Briefs (HTML)
Nov. 2013 (vol. 46 no. 11)
pp. 20-22
Topics include Apple being named the world's most valuable brand, hackers hitting major data aggregators, a new technology that improves cellular reception inside buildings, researchers building the first carbon-nanotube computer, a survey finding that computer-related college majors lead to higher salaries, and a system that uses patients' heartbeats to keep hackers from successfully attacking their implanted medical devices.
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implanted medical devices,brand value,Apple,Interbrand,security,hackers,data aggregators,SSNDOB,LexisNexis,Dun & Bradstreet,Kroll Background America,Brian Krebs,Ericsson,Radio Dot System,cellular technology,Stanford University,carbon nanotubes,PayScale,survey,college majors,salaries,Rice University,RSA Laboratories
Citation:
Lee Garber, "News Briefs," Computer, vol. 46, no. 11, pp. 20-22, Nov. 2013, doi:10.1109/MC.2013.395
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