Swagg Security Attacks Foxconn

FoxconnRecent reports have revealed that Foxconn, the world’s largest tech manufacturing firm has been hacked. Their vulnerable systems have been made a target by the hacker group called Swagg security. Some very sensitive and confidential data of the company has been released on the internet. All this is happening amid the recent protests that have come in opposition to the working conditions of the companies’ manufacturing Apple iPhones.

The Diablo III to Be Delayed

Diablo-IIIIn a recent report, it has been revealed that the firm Activision Blizzard has said that the Diablo II will turn up later than what it was expected earlier. They revealed this information with their fourth quarter earnings. It has further been added that it shall now be launched till the second quarter of the year 2012.

Pre-Term C-Sections Under Review Over Safety Concerns

Pre-Term C-Sections Under Review Over Safety ConcernsThe notion dogging cesarean sections being deemed a pertinent and harmless type of childbirth is reportedly being confronted by a research conducted with the objective of findings the pros and cons linked to premature C-section childbirths.

Xgeva Manufacturers Build Pressure for FDA’s Approval

Xgeva Manufacturers Build Pressure for FDA’s Approval   As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the US health regulator, Food and Drug Administration, has been asked to reconsider their decision in regard to Amgen Inc’ Drug Xgeva, which is meant for prostate cancer patients.

New Health Reforms Mark Cuts On Staff and Funds

New Health Reforms Mark Cuts On Staff and FundsIn a recent report it has been revealed that there is soon going to be a health funding cut of €115 million in the South of the nation. It was further revealed that staff cutting is also going to be done soon. They were of the view that as many as 4500 people are to lose their jobs in the time to come.

Authorities Going Edgy over Increasing Severity of New Flu Virus

FDA Nods in Goodwill of New Head Lice Lotion

FDA Nods in Goodwill of New Head Lice LotionWith the aim of easing out the troubles being faced by children due to the pathetic issue of head lice in children, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Tuesday gave green light to a prescription-strength liniment that has been especially developed for curing head lice in children as young as six months.

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