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Technology Report: Intelligence director calls Sony attack most serious against U.S.

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Intelligence director calls Sony attack most serious against U.S.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said on Wednesday the recent cyber attack against Sony Pictures, which Washington has blamed on North Korea, is the most serious such attack ever against U.S. interests.
FBI says Sony hackers 'got sloppy,' posted from North Korea addresses
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - FBI Director James Comey said on Wednesday that hackers behind the cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment provided key clues to their identity by sometimes posting material from IP addresses used exclusively by the North Korean government.
Pro-Russian group claims cyber attack on German government websites
BERLIN (Reuters) - German government websites, including Chancellor Angela Merkel's page, were hacked on Wednesday in an attack claimed by a group demanding Berlin end support for the Ukrainian government, shortly before their leaders were to meet.
AT&T launches rollover data plan
(Reuters) - AT&T Inc said it would introduce a rollover data plan for some of its customers, less than a month after smaller rival T-Mobile US Inc launched its own plan.
Audio equipment maker Monster sues Beats over alleged fraud
(Reuters) - Audio equipment maker Monster LLC has sued Beats Electronics LLC, owned by Apple Inc , over alleged "fraud and deceit" in the way that Beats acquired control of the rights to the popular "Beats by Dr. Dre" headphones.
Sony CEO sees no major financial impact from cyber attack
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Sony Corp Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai on Tuesday said he does not expect the November cyber attack on the company's film studio to have a significant financial impact, two weeks after the studio rolled out the movie at the heart of the attack.
Sirius beats 2014 revenue forecast as it adds more subscribers
(Reuters) - Satellite radio service Sirius XM Holdings said it would beat its 2014 revenue forecast of $4.15 billion after net subscriber additions exceeded expectations.
Police in China disclose contract for mobile phone snooping
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's push for government transparency appears to have gone awry in one eastern city after police disclosed on their website a 149,000-yuan ($23,983-) contract to develop software for hacking mobile phones.
China's Xiaomi tests selling phones in stores to pep up India sales
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc [XTC.UL] said it could sell more models in Indian stores while pursuing its primarily online-only strategy if it succeeds in selling enough Redmi Note 4G handsets through shops of carrier Bharti Airtel Ltd .
T-Mobile US beats 2014 target for postpaid subscriber growth
BERLIN (Reuters) - T-Mobile US said it continued to take share from rivals in 2014, beating its target for postpaid net customer additions and attracting a total 8.3 million net customers last year.
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