The security company Lockheed Martin is about to close its commercial cyber-security division. They expect to lay off about 500 skilled employees.
Last Thursday, encryption advocates went to the White House in order to affirm President Obama's stance on encryption. This is in an effort to keep encryption after the Paris attacks, in which encryption was blamed by major news sources.
Mozilla has announced that they have canceled Firefox OS for mobile devices. A statement from Mozilla claimed that they canceled the project because "... we weren't able to offer the best user experience possible."
Facebook users in Belgium, primarily businesses, now have a new problem. A user must be signed in to view your pages. This means that someone in Belgium must create a Facebook account, which someone may not want to do because of privacy, in order to see any internal page. This includes business hours and reviews on Facebook.
Asetek, a cooling company, is demanding that AMD stops selling their most popular card, the Radeon Fury X, after possible patent infringement by the company that made the cooling solution for the card, Cooler Master, lost a lawsuit to Asetek.