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The most awaited movie for the entrepreneurs, Steve Jobs – Official Trailer released a while ago in YouTube. Steve Jobs is best known for co-founding the giant company Apple Inc in the year 1975 and after a turn of events, he’ll be back into the company in 1990’s and thus makes Apple a big brand like never before.
Coming to the movie, Michael Fassbender is playing the role of Steve Jobs
Kate Winslet plays ex-Macintosh marketing chief Joanna Hoffman, while Jeff Daniels portrays former Apple CEO John Sculley. The film also stars Katherine Waterston as Chrisann Brennan, Jobs’ ex-girlfriend, and Michael Stuhlbarg as Andy Hertzfeld, one of the original members of the Apple Macintosh development team.
Watch the trailer here.
Kolloywood superstar Dhanush’s upcoming movie Maari official trailer released while ago. This is a treat for the fans of Dhanush as he has been experiencing success in his recent films. Adding to that, the music which is already released in the market received a sounding response. The duo of Anirudh Ravichandran and Dhanush are going to entertain again for sure.
Kajal Agarwal played the female lead and the movie is produced by Listin Stephen, R. Sarath Kumar and Raadhika Sarath Kumar. Balaji Kumar wrote the story and directing the film. The film will be released under the banners of Wunderbar Films and Magic Films.
Here is the official trailer reelased!
Hackers broke into US government computers, possibly compromising the personal data of 4 million current and former federal employees, and investigators were probing whether the culprits were based in China, US officials said on Thursday.
In the latest in a string of intrusions into US agencies’ high-tech systems, the Office of Personnel Management suffered what appeared to be one of the largest breaches of information ever on government workers. The office handles employee records and security clearances.
A US law enforcement source told Reuters a “foreign entity or government” was believed to be behind the cyber attack. Authorities were looking into a possible Chinese connection, a source close to the matter said.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation said it had launched a probe and aimed to bring to account those responsible.
OPM detected new malicious activity affecting its information systems in April and the Department of Homeland Security said it concluded at the beginning of May that the agency’s data had been compromised and about 4 million workers may have been affected.
The agencies involved did not specify exactly what kind of information was accessed.
The breach hit OPM’s IT systems and its data stored at the Department of the Interior’s data center, a shared service center for federal agencies, a DHS official said on condition of anonymity. The official would not comment on whether other agencies’ data had been affected.
OPM had previously been the victim of another cyber attack, as have various federal government computer systems at the State Department, the US Postal Service and the White House.
Chinese hackers were blamed for penetrating OPM’s computer networks last year, and hackers appeared to have targeted files on tens of thousands of employees who had applied for top-secret security clearances, the New York Times reported last July, citing unnamed US officials.
“The FBI is working with our interagency partners to investigate this matter,” the bureau said in a statement. “We take all potential threats to public and private sector systems seriously, and will continue to investigate and hold accountable those who pose a threat in cyberspace.”
The US government has long raised concerns about cyber spying and theft emanating from China and has urged Beijing to do more to curb the problem.
The Chinese embassy in Washington did not respond immediately to requests for comment. There was also no comment from the White House.
Since the intrusion, OPM said it had implemented additional security precautions for its networks. It said it would notify the 4 million employees and offer credit monitoring and identity theft services to those affected.
“Shocking” cyber attack, lawmaker says
“The last few months have seen a series of massive data breaches that have affected millions of Americans,” US Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said in a statement.
He called the latest intrusion “among the most shocking because Americans may expect that federal computer networks are maintained with state-of-the-art defenses.”
“It’s clear that a substantial improvement in our cyber databases and defenses is perilously overdue,” Schiff added.
In April, President Barack Obama responded to a growing rash of attacks aimed at US computer networks by launching a sanctions program to target individuals and groups outside the United States that use cyber attacks to threaten US foreign policy, national security or economic stability.
The move followed indictments of five Chinese military officers [ID: nL1N0YA0SC] who were charged with economic espionage. US officials also pointed the finger directly at North Korea for a high-profile attack on Sony
over a film spoof depicting the assassination of North Korea’s leader.
China has routinely denied accusations by US investigators that hackers backed by the Chinese government have been behind attacks on US companies and federal agencies.
Obama has moved cybersecurity toward the top of his 2015 agenda after recent breaches, and the White House says he raises the issue in meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
US military officials have become increasingly vocal about cyber espionage and attacks launched by China, Russia and other rivals. A Pentagon report in April said hackers associated with the Chinese government repeatedly targeted US military networks last year seeking intelligence.
In unveiling an updated cyber strategy last month, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter singled out threats from Russia, China, Iran and North Korea and stressed the military’s ability to retaliate with cyber weapons.
Reacting sharply to the TRS government’s moves on the cash-for-vote scandal, chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday demanded that a case be first booked against Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao for ‘poaching’ five Telugu Desam MLAs and making one of them a minister.
Launching a diatribe against the TRS chief, Naidu said he won’t be cowed down by “blackmail politics” of KCR. “He lured our MLAs and MLCs by blatantly violating the constitutional norms. Democratic principles were murdered in the assembly and council for which he must be severely punished,” Naidu said addressing a Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru meeting at Chebrolu village in Gollaprolu mandal.
Referring to TRS’ victory in the just-concluded MLC elections, Naidu said KCR owes an explanation as to how his party bagged 85 votes when its original strength in the assembly is just 63. “The election results clearly say KCR has not only lured the MLAs of opposition parties but also manipulated the elections. The law must catch up with culprits who have subverted the democratic system,” he said.
Pitching for ‘clean politics’, Naidu said: “I have always stood for value-based politics and no one could point a finger at me in my 30-year-long political career.”
Training his guns on YSRC chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, the chief minister said it was ridiculous on the part of Jagan to criticise him when he himself (Jagan) was embroiled in as many as 16 corruption cases. “It’s a political farce being played out by the YSR Congress president when he is struggling to wriggle out of the corruption cases pending in the court,” Naidu added.