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iPhone Tracking Only Tip Of Security Iceberg
Mobile devices will present ongoing security and privacy challenges, particularly to businesses that permit personal usage of corporate devices.
• iPhone Logging Your Every Move
• Apple Leads Phone Market In Revenue
Nokia Gets 'Billions' To Carry Windows Phone 7
Microsoft and the Finnish phone maker reveal details of their alliance, including plans for an app store.
PlayBook First Day Sales Pegged At 50,000
Research In Motion's new tablet may have beaten Motorola's Xoom Tablet and the Samsung Galaxy Tab in sales on the first day each was available.
Hacking Becomes Leading Cause Of Data Breaches
Businesses are the main target, and lost data is rarely password-protected or encrypted, according to a report from the Identity Theft Resource Center.
DHS Blasts FEMA's CIO, IT Infrastructure
The Department of Homeland Security's Inspector General said poor planning and management are hindering the agency's efforts to repair IT problems.
Credit Card Hacker Pleads Guilty
Rogelio Hackett Jr. faces 12 years in prison and $500,000 in fines for selling 675,000 credit card numbers used to generate more than $36 million in fraudulent transactions.
Malware Bypasses Security On 64-Bit Windows OS
The latest TDL rookit family contains malware that evades security mechanisms built into the latest x64 operating systems, including Microsoft's Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Vidyo Takes Video Conferencing Mobile
VidyoMobile can connect users of Apple's iPhones, iPads, and iPods, as well as Android-based smartphones and tablets, with desktop PCs and video conferencing rooms.
Healthcare Providers Prize PACS-RIS Integration
Clinicians want seamless integration between picture archiving and communication systems and radiology information systems and will sacrifice some functionality to achieve it, according to a KLAS survey.
RIM PlayBook All Hat And No Cowboy
BYTE Wireless Radio and teamBYTE dig into the good, bad, and the ugly of RIM's new tablet.