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A day after Japan's biggest earthquake ever, the country's biggest electronics companies are trying to ensure that workers in disaster areas are safe and facilities remain intact.
More than a day after a massive earthquake and subsequent tidal wave slammed Japan, the country's telecommunications services remain severely disrupted.
Japanese electronics giant Sony airlifted emergency supplies by helicopter to hundreds of employees stuck at a Blu-ray Disc factory in Miyagi, Japan, on Saturday, a day after an 8.9-magnitude earthquake sent a massive tsunami rolling through the facility.
An Internet Explorer flaw made public by a Google security researcher two months ago is now being used in online attacks.
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