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PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 29, 2014
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...1989 and is used on a variety of Unix-based systems, including Linux and Mac OS X. Devices that use Unix in some form include many servers, routers, Android phones, Mac computers, medical devices and even the computers that create bitcoins. Systems running power plants and municipal water systems could also be affected by the bug, though security ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 29, 2014
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...with former product chief Jonathan Rosenberg to pen a book called “How Google Works,” released [Thursday] by Grand Central Publishing. Rosenberg joined Google in 2002 and managed search, ads, Gmail, Android apps, and Chrome and today is an adviser to Google’s co-founder Larry Page. Google has won the top spot in Fortune’s list of “Best Companies” five ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 27, 2014
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...demand or carrier interest. BlackBerry has increasingly lost relevance as a smartphone company in the years since the 2007 launch of Apple's touchscreen iPhone and the 2008 introduction of Google-powered Android phones. Shares of BlackBerry rose 71 cents, or 7.1 percent, to $10.51 in morning trading. ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 26, 2014
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...if the company was served with a warrant by law enforcement officials. Google followed up that announcement with its own privacy upgrade plans, stating that the next version of its Android operating system -- set for release in October -- will have encryption activated as a default. Law enforcement officials have found themselves on the defensive ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
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...between Apple and Google over their rival mobile operating systems, Schmidt was even more blunt. "I would say that this brutal competition between Apple and Google over Android and iOS has enormous benefits for consumers worldwide," he said. "If you look at the innovation on the Apple side and the Google side, that competition -- which I ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
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...unlock the phone. Apple says it cannot bypass that passcode, even if law enforcement asks. Google says it will also encrypt data by default in an upcoming Android update. The option has been there, but many people don't know about it or bother to turn it on. Apple, Google and other tech companies have ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
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Hoping to claw its way back into the palms of enterprise users who long ago switched to Android and iOS devices, BlackBerry released its new Passport smartphone Wednesday. Although once the most ubiquitous accessory for business executives, the company now holds only 0.5 percent of the smartphone ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
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...home." Ozzie, 58, Microsoft's former chief software architect, hopes to orchestrate voice's comeback through Talko, a mobile application being released Tuesday for the iPhone. A version for Android phones is expected in a few months. Talko sends the equivalent of text messages in the form of a spoken word. Talko users can record a ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 23, 2014
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...lets Lumia users view content on a larger display right from the smartphone. For its part, the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter lets you share content from your Windows 8.1 or Android device onto the big screen. “Have you ever had something on your phone that you really wanted to show to your friends and family, but they ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 23, 2014
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...billions, and often -- which can even cause Google pain." Mobile Investigation Almunia on Tuesday reiterated earlier comments about a possible investigation into Google's Android mobile operating system. Android the most popular mobile OS in the world, has also been the subject of complaints. "Some of the 20 formal complainants have ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Security experts are keeping an eye on the Shellshock vulnerability, aka the Bash bug, as a focus for malicious scanning and at least one botnet. But hackers haven’t even begun to test its limits.

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