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Blackberry buys Good Technology to further expand into mobile device security

September 4, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Hardware, Mobile Phones

Blackberry is especially interested in its former competitor’s experience with securing iOS devices BlackBerry Blackberry has moved further into the mobile device management space by purchasing Good Technology for US$425 million [m]. Good Technology sells enterprise mobile security products and was Blackberry’s competitor. In a January blog post, Blackberry called out Good for claiming it […]

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Blackberry buys Good Technology as it further expands into mobile device security

September 4, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Hardware, Mobile Phones

Blackberry is especially interested in its former competitor’s experience with securing iOS devices BlackBerry Blackberry has moved further into the mobile device management space by purchasing Good Technology for US$425 million [m]. Good Technology sells enterprise mobile security products and was Blackberry’s competitor. In a January blog post, Blackberry called out Good for claiming it […]

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Microsoft, U.S. face off again over emails stored in Ireland

September 4, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Cloud Computing

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DOJ tightens policies on use of simulated cells for surveillance

September 3, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Hardware, Mobile Phones

The agency issued new rules for retention of data collected by so-called stingrays Pixabay The U.S. Department of Justice will regularly delete extra data collected in a controversial cellular surveillance tool called a stingray, the agency said Thursday. A new DOJ policy on the use of stingrays, or cell-site simulators, requires the agency to delete all […]

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The most exciting Android announcement of the week may not matter for Americans

September 3, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Operating Systems

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Microsoft’s new Edge browser: Boon, bust or both?

September 3, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Operating Systems

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Microsoft researcher: Why “micro data centers” really matter to mobile’s future

September 3, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Cloud Computing

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Windows 10: Public enemy No. 1, or an OS like any other?

September 3, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Operating Systems

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Cheap and convertible Chromebooks debut at IFA: Lenovo’s 100S, Acer’s R 11

September 3, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Hardware, Laptops

Lenovo’s Chromebook 100S costs just $179. The R 11’s 360-degree hinge makes it Acer’s most versatile model yet. Acer Two new Chromebooks crashed the Windows PC party at IFA in Berlin. Lenovo’s Chromebook 100S is the company’s first sub-$200 model at $179. Acer’s Chromebook R 11 is the company’s first convertible, with a 360-degree hinge. […]

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IDG Contributor Network: Obtaining SharePoint 2013 resources

September 2, 2015 / no comments, on Computing, Cloud Computing

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