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posted in February 2012
Ten years ago Microsoft's reputation for security was, to put it mildly, bad. As RSA keynote shows, my, how things have changed.
KoolSpan's mobile phone voice encryption products create a secure point-to-point channel for voice or other high-value communications.
Android's security is broken. Here's how it could be strengthened.
It's common knowledge that the Chinese groups attack our infrastructure. Surely we're doing the same to them... right?
Just as Windows 8 is preparing to make touch interfaces a natural part of use, Microsoft Office 15 will allow users to move in and out of Touch Mode.
Microsoft denies it, but a report claims that a version of Office for the iPad is soon to be released. I have my doubts.
iPhones and iPads are pretty bad at handling email Zip file attachments. WinZip for iOS fixes the problem for free but lacks features common in other file managers.
Whitelisting is the future of desktop application security, and Apple is taking a particularly controlling approach to it in Mountain Lion.
Apple is testing designs of a tablet of about 8 inches with potential suppliers.
ionGrid's Nexus is a client-and-server product for distributing enterprise documents to the iPad--with high security, performance, and document fidelity.
Major versions of a major program used to be a major event. Thanks to Google and Mozilla they are downright commonplace, but still as disruptive as ever.
It's a mundane product category, but car chargers can be important and some are better than others.
Want to send a great, cheap valentine? Take an appropriate photo with your phone, write a note, and send it as a fragrant postcard.