Baidu, FamilySearch, More: Brief Buzz, September 4th, 2014

FamilySearch, which is really busting out the Webinars lately, is going to offer one on doing Danish research.

Baidu is building its own version of Google Glass. Sort of. “The device does not feature a screen, and instead just beams information to a user’s smartphone.”

Microsoft’s Cortana can now predict NFL games.

Krebs on Security did some more research on the Home Depot breach: apparently it’s pretty huge. Good morning, Internet…

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  1. Tara, I so enjoy receiving your timely buzz comments. Thank you. Today’s story from Krebs is really amazing, plus the added details he had on the in-depth breakdown of stolen card sales from target… wow. I always look forward to your buzz in my inbox.

    • Thanks Carl. I really recommend Krebs to anybody who has any interest in Internet security. His posts get really really technical sometimes, but he gets deep into issues and his stories are always solid.

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