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  • L.A. councilman: Google 'unable to meet' security needs of city email

     
    A Los Angeles city councilman is demanding answers about Google Inc.'s $7.2-million contract to provide 30,000 city employees with email — and why after two years nearly half of those employees still haven't moved to Google's system....
  • Consumer group slams L.A. for use, promotion of Google Apps

     
    Consumer Watchdog has long been a vocal and sometimes over-the-top of Google and with questions rising over the implementation of Google Apps in Los Angeles' city government the a Santa Monica-based group is at it again. This time the group is complaining...
  • Scam watch: Facebook lottery, unclaimed money, foreclosure rescue

     
    Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook Inc.'s founder and chief executive, is a savvy businessman. As much as you may want to believe it, he's not going to just hand you $1 million....
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Android Ice Cream Sandwich unveiled

     
    Samsung and Google introduced the Galaxy Nexus smartphone and offered a preview of the Android 4.0 operating system, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, on Tuesday night (pacific time) in Hong Kong....
  • Personal log-on info often leaks to advertisers, researcher finds

     
    Online privacy: Personal information can leak from websites to advertisers, posing a new threat to online privacy....
  • Scam watch: Twitter, Steve Jobs, government grants

     
    Here is a roundup of alleged cons, frauds and schemes to watch out for. Twitter hacking – The Better Business Bureau is advising consumers to take precautions to avoid being tricked into giving away their Twitter passwords in email phishing......
  • Consumer Confidential: Shoplifting on rise, Google scam, rotary engines

     
    Here's your full-frontal Friday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Consumer spending may be on the ropes, but not shoplifting. The retail Industry Leaders Assn. says there's been an increase this year in thefts from retail stores......
  • White House received emails about Fast and Furious gun-trafficking operation

    White House received emails about Fast and Furious gun-trafficking operation
    Newly obtained emails show that the White House was better informed about a failed gun-tracking operation on the border with Mexico than was previously known. Three White House national security officials were given some details about the operation,...
  • Smartphone security gap exposes location, texts, email, expert says

    Smartphone security gap exposes location, texts, email, expert says
    This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. Just as U.S. companies are coming to grips with the threats to their computer networks emanating from cyber spies based in China, a noted expert is highlighting what he says is an even...
  • FCC fines Google $25,000 for impeding data-collection probe

    FCC fines Google $25,000 for impeding data-collection probe
    Google is facing a $25,000 fine for impeding a Federal Communications Commission investigation into the tech giant's data-collection practices. The world's largest search engine came under fire two years ago when it was revealed that its popular but...