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PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 18, 2014
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Starting next year, enterprise organizations will be able to secure their mobile communications with a new offering from unlikely partners: BlackBerry Limited and Samsung. BlackBerry executives announced the partnership, along with several other new products and services, during the company's Enterprise Portfolio Launch on Thursday in San Francisco. ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 6, 2014
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...person is moving 15 miles (24 kilometers) per hour or faster. (Passengers can turn it off.) The DriveMode app is coming to iPhones after being previously available on Android and BlackBerry phones for AT&T users only. The iPhone version will be available to customers of competing carriers as well, but some functions will work only on AT&T devices. ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 5, 2014
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...According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, only six applications were able to pass its security test. That's out of a total of 39 services (including those from Apple, Google, Facebook, BlackBerry Microsoft, and Yahoo) that EFF examined. EFF looked at seven issues: Is data encrypted in transit? Is it encrypted so the provider ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 1, 2014
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...AT&T party in Las Vegas this year -- he insisted that he just wanted to watch Macklemore perform -- before being shown the door. In February, after BlackBerry CEO John Chen became "outraged" that T-Mobile was allowing its customers to trade in their BlackBerrys for new iPhones, Legere fired back on social media. "Was ...
PUBLISHED: OCTOBER 15, 2014
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...need for truly mobile cloud-born apps,” Shimmin said. “It’s very expensive to develop mobile apps for many different platforms -- iOS, the many versions of Android, BlackBerry Windows, etc. With Lighting, Salesforce hopes to make it easier and faster to build mobile applications that from the get-go that will run across all of those different mobile ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
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...InvoCode's StealthGenie app was described on the StealthGenie Web site as "the most powerful cell phone spy and tracking software that lets you monitor all the activities of any iPhone, Blackberry or Android phone." Although the site has been taken down by the order of federal authorities, a cached version stated the "state-of-the-art application works in stealth mode which means ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 27, 2014
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BlackBerry posted a smaller loss of $207 million in the second quarter on Friday, just days after the embattled company launched [its new Passport smartphone]. Chief Executive ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 26, 2014
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...QWERTY keyboard. It's now touch-enabled with gestures that will make typing and editing more efficient and accurate. BlackBerry said the Passport's new keyboard is nearly four times more accurate than BlackBerry 10 virtual keyboards. The phone costs $700 but BlackBerry is offering a limited-time offer of $600 for the phone, which is already available at local carriers ...
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 market as of the ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
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...followed by availability in other stores and additional markets including Asia within the next one or two weeks. The Passport is notable as the first totally new BlackBerry device to go on sale since CEO John Chen joined BlackBerry nearly a year ago in an effort to turn around the company. Chen told reporters ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Using Internet-connected devices without strong passwords is inherently risky, as illustrated by reports that a Russian Web site is showing live footage from thousands of people's webcams.

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
Doctor Who had K-9, the robot dog that accompanied him on adventures through space. Now, Mountain View has K5, a 5-foot-tall, 300-pound robot security guard patrolling in the Bay Area.

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT
To better its customer service, Comcast is pulling out at least some of the stops. The cable giant has launched an app so you can track the cable guy in real time. It's designed to ease customer frustration.

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