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September 18, 2015

CBR roundup: Three things we didn’t believe this week

The most unbelievable stories from CBR this week - it's all true!

By CBR Staff Writer

As everyone finally returns from the summer holidays, there has been no shortage of weird and wonderful stories this week. Here are three that CBR found very hard to believe.

Retail IoT: Liberating or spooky?

IoT is changing the way we interact with so many different things, and it raises all sorts of security concerns. The implications in retail are totally freaking some people out.

U2 has found what they’re looking for with EMC all-flash tech

Even rock superstars need to worry about storage. So when U2 what to keep up the glitz of their shows, but save on money, they turned to EMC’s new all-flash technology for some elevation.

81% of Brits fear data has already been stolen

Big hacks are becoming increasingly high profile, but a staggeringly high number of Brits think that their data has already been stolen.




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