Why are consumer software license agreements so long? We don’t know yet, but we have found a way to make them entertaining. Read this blog post by Rafe Needleman on Reporters’ Roundtable Podcast.
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Convicted and rehabilitated, hacker Kevin Mitnick joins us today to discuss the latest Internet security breaches at Sony, LastPass, Apple, and elsewhere. Can we ever be safe online? Don’t miss this show. Read this blog post by Rafe Needleman on Reporters’ Roundtable Podcast.
CNET mobile phone editor Kent German and I talk with Dr. Debra Davis, Author of ‘Disconnect: The Truth about Cell Phone Radiation,’ about how we don’t quite know the effects of mobile phones on the brain—especially the brains of children. Read this blog post by Rafe Needleman on Reporters’ Roundtable Podcast.
Trading on news is not new. Terminals have had news readers attached from the time trading went electronic. What is new is who, or what, is trading on news. Born from a hybrid of technological capability, electronification of the markets, algorithmic trading, and a little influence from the intelligence community, black box trading systems are now applying semantic analysis to trade on news items without a single human ever reading the story. While only 2% of trading firms were doing this two years ago, roughly one-third are exploring it today. This session looks at the data, drivers, and technology behind trading on unstructured content.