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For many users, iMessage is becoming an unusable cesspool of spam. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is under fire for poor security design in iMessage, and for failing to react to the (inevitable) spam problem that has ensued.
smh. Why do we keep having to reinvent the wheel, every single freakin' time a new communications tool becomes popular? In IT Blogwatch, bloggers eyeroll furiously. Not to mention: Bloody Vikings…
It's the depths of a particularly frigid midwestern winter when this executive approaches an IT support tech complaining that there's something wrong with her smartphone -- the screen won't respond.
The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, which went on sale today, offers Samsung hardware together with Barnes & Noble apps.
Do you regard your smartphone cameras, speakers or microphone as a security threat? You might after learning about covert sound-based and camera-based attacks that were presented at the 8th USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies (WOOT).
With Steve Ballmer leaving the Microsoft board, it's time to bid him a fond farewell -- and the best way to do it is with a look at five of his greatest YouTube hits.
I was forced to use a Windows PC the other day. It was a shock, particularly because search engines generally generate tips for switching from Windows to Mac when queried on this. It made me suspect Mac users may sometimes need a little help when they use Windows because they can't get to a Mac. I assembled these short tips to help such temporary migrants:
A lot of words, but what do they mean?
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has lost a key Board member. He's called Steve Ballmer -- you might remember him. Resigning his seat on the Board of Directors, Ballmer cited the pressure of his other commitments, but included some pointed warnings to his protégé, Satya Nadella.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers say the words that, while said, remained unsaid. Not to mention: developersdevelopersdevelopersdevelopers…
This company decides to give its board members iPads so they can review confidential reports and requests prior to each monthly meeting. They're even trained to encrypt emails. And how does that work out?
The HTC One (M8) for Windows is the first time that a phone is available for two completely different operating systems.
Microsoft may have the answer to the Chromebook surge: An under-$200 laptop from HP with full-on Windows 8.1, a 14-inch screen, and 100 GB of free cloud-base storage. Will this be the machine that kills off Chromebooks?