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‘Heartbleed’ pain continues
MIT Technology Review’s IT Editor, Tom Simonite discusses how devices are effected by the bug.
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Today, MIT Technology Review publishes its annual 50 Smartest Companies list, highlighting the world’s most innovative technology companies.
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