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Between The Lines Columnist Security Researcher Uncovers Apple iOS SMS Bug
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Vulnerability in Apple's iOS platform could allow hackers to send phishing messages via text, but there's no need to panic. Yet.

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The Jaw-some Tech Behind Shark Week
As Shark Week celebrates its 25th year with jaw-filled images, a slew of new technologies drive both content production and distribution.

Apple, Samsung Battle Over Damages In Patent Trial
Apple wants billions of dollars, but Samsung said any damage award should be much less as trial enters its closing days.

IBM's Buy Of TMS Shows SSD Appeal
IBM's acquisition of flash storage developer Texas Memory Systems may fuel growth of solid state drives within IT storage products.

'Secure' Cloud File Sync Is The Wrong Move
Vendors playing to fears about the security shortcomings of Dropbox, SugarSync, and similar apps might as well be selling security blankets.

6 Recruitment Rules For HR, IT
From offering the right perks to defining IT shop culture, HR and IT can work together to get the recruiting details right.

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Cybersecurity, continuity planning and data records management top the list in our 2012 Federal IT Priorities Survey. With much to do, government IT pros are guided by agency-specific goals.
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Apple, Samsung Battle Over Damages In Patent Trial
Apple wants billions of dollars, but Samsung said any damage award should be much less as trial enters its closing days.

Tablet Vs. Ultrabook: 10 Ways To Choose
How will you decide between the Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, and the new wave of ultrabooks? Consider 10 important tablet vs. ultrabook comparison points.

Netflix Wants You To Adopt Chaos Monkey
Netflix has made its own automated disaster testing service, Chaos Monkey, available as a free public download. Should you turn it loose on your own systems?

Windows 8 RTM: 8 Changes From Release Preview
Final version of Microsoft's new operating system is now available to developers and IT pros; here's a look at some of the differences they'll find compared to the most recent trial edition.

Microsoft $199 Surface RT Could Burn Kindle Fire
Microsoft may use its tablet as a loss leader to get people to try Windows 8. That's likely bad news for the competition.

 

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The Jaw-some Tech Behind Shark Week
As Shark Week celebrates its 25th year with jaw-filled images, a slew of new technologies drive both content production and distribution.   View Now

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Jelly Bean Demo On The Samsung Galaxy Nexus
BYTE reviewed Jelly Bean on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. We found that it operated faster and smoother than the previous operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich.   Watch

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