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No More Wild West For Bring Your Own Devices

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In June 2007, Apple launched the first iPhone, marking a new era in corporate mobility. Before the fashionable mini-computer, people used smartphones for voice, texting and email. With the iPhone and its remarkable touchscreen users could also be entertained with music, video and games. Corporate executives became so attached to...
No More Wild West For Bring Your Own Devices

Here's What A Real Windows 8 Tablet Will Look Like

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Neowin uncovered the first mockup of a real Windows 8 tablet. It's called the HP Slate. It's a business computer, and the specs include an Intel (not ARM-based) processor, 10.1-inch touch screen, a promised 8 hours of battery life (Intel had been suggesting 9 hours as a minimum spec), and...
Here's What A Real Windows 8 Tablet Will Look Like
Why a 70 degree angle is the key to selling a MacBook

Booting Up: Yup, We’re Still Fighting About the Facebook IPO Edition

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(elitedaily.com) NASDAQ cops to “arrogance” and “overconfidence” in the lead-up to the Facebook IPO. [Wall Street Journal] When will people learn that you can’t sue Google for linking to something embarrassing? Otherwise the search engine would be worthless. [TechDirt] Teens lie about what they do on the Internet. In other...
Booting Up: Yup, We’re Still Fighting About the Facebook IPO Edition
A MasterCard with an LCD display and touch-sensitive buttons

Analyst sees RIM losing 90 percent of workers

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RIM is set up for a triple whammy that may require the company to shed most of its employees just to survive as a niche security device maker. [Read more]...
Analyst sees RIM losing 90 percent of workers

Box enhances its content security with device and data protection, and real-time reporting

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Box has updated its security for the enterprise in a move that it says will protect the entire content lifecycle. As a result, companies will now be able to not only manage users, devices, and apps better internally when sharing files, but also providing “critical business intelligence” and instant access...
Box enhances its content security with device and data protection, and real-time reporting

Spraytect: the iPhone case that comes with pepper spray

www.guardian.co.uk
Ever wanted to send a text while blinding your attacker? Here's the latest in a line of accessories that transform your phone into a personal security deviceWe've seen iPhone cases in the shape of vintage cameras and diamante Disney characters, some that can turn your phone into a wallet and...
Spraytect: the iPhone case that comes with pepper spray

NFC: Never Mind Credit Cards, Pay With Your Phone

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One of the emerging trends of the Mobile Web is using your phone to interact with the real world. We're not just talking about 'checking in' to locations, either. There's a world of more practical functionality that hasn't yet ramped up in the West - using your phone as a...
NFC: Never Mind Credit Cards, Pay With Your Phone

Microsoft Sued By CopyTele Over Alleged Skype Patent Infringements, Wants To Bring Cases Against 100 More Web Conferencing Services

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CopyTele, a “patent enforcement entity” based in New York, has filed a patent infringement suit against Microsoft in connection with its Skype IP calling and messaging service, now used by 280 million people every month. The two patents in question come from Secure Web Conference Corporation, a subsidiary of CopyTele....
Microsoft Sued By CopyTele Over Alleged Skype Patent Infringements, Wants To Bring Cases Against 100 More Web Conferencing Services

RIM: Destined for massive diet as cash levels, revenue poised to crash?

www.zdnet.com
RIM is set up for a triple whammy that may require the company to shed most of its employees just to survive as a niche security device maker....
RIM: Destined for massive diet as cash levels, revenue poised to crash?

Life Recorder

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Bruce Schneier writes "In 2006, writing about future threats on privacy, I described a life recorder: A "life recorder" you can wear on your lapel that constantly records is still a few generations off: 200 gigabytes/year for audio and 700 gigabytes/year for video. It'll be sold as a security device,...
Life Recorder
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