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15 FREE steganography apps for mobile devices
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High Performance Data Center Firewall Survey
With Data Centers consolidating and virtualizing, the core infrastructure is upgrading to 10G, 40G and even 100G. The Firewall must keep pace with these changes otherwise it becomes a bottleneck. Does your Firewall have the horsepower to keep up? View now >>


People Data Management: Premise and Promise
The consumer web has given rise to a new normal. Always-on communications has transformed people's expectations and reshaped how they interact with companies. People Data Management systems offer a new class of enterprise software that allows companies to confront the implications of the people web. Read now!

BlackBerry open letter to customers is long on cliches
An "open letter" from BlackBerry's interim CEO, John Chen, to "enterprise customers and partners" is filled with wishful thinking, unfounded promises and a wealth of clichés. But without actions, the reassuring words -- if anything -- underline BlackBerry's precarious future. Read More

How to stay one step ahead of phishing attacks
Protecting yourself against phishing attacks used to be relatively easy. Don't download unexpected attachments. Visit banking websites directly instead of clicking on links in an email. And look for bad grammar. Read More

'Pawn Stars' take down the Chromebook, on Microsoft's behalf
Microsoft has hired what could be devastatingly effective new pitchmen to bash Google's Chromebook - the cast of "Pawn Stars." Read More

WinAMP's long, strange journey may lead to Redmond
After years of AOL bungling, the product is sent to the junkyard. But Microsoft may offer a lifeline. Read More


Transition to the 3rd Platform for Enterprise Applications
The tech industry is in the midst of a major transition brought about by the combination of four forces. Since the lifetime of an application software package in a business is significant, application buyers need to consider support for the 3rd Platform. Learn more

Products of the week 12.2.13
Our roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as EiQ Networks and Catbird Networks Read More

Why openSUSE, Arch, and elementary each need a mobile distro
More options for Linux on mobile devices would be good for everybody. Read More

iPhone accounted for 76% of October smartphone sales in Japan
Perhaps helping to drive iPhone sales even higher is the inclusion of NTT DoCoMo to the iPhone business. Read More

Vonage Acquires Vocalocity
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Quick look: Inside Amazon's vast distribution business
Amazon has made online product selling and distribution an art form Read More

Steve Jobs initially wasn't a fan of white Apple products
With the advent and popularity of the iPod, Apple's white iPod and accompanying headphones soon became iconic symbols. Interestingly enough, a new book profiling Apple design guru Jony Ive reveals that Jobs initially wasn't on board with Apple's designs moving in a white direction. What's more, Apple's headphone cords are not exactly white as a result. Read More

BlackBerry CEO's Open Letter to Enterprise Customers: The Word Cloud edition
BlackBerry interim CEO John Chen issued an open letter to enteprise customers and partners on Monday. NW's John Cox has his analysis of it here. And here, for you enlightenmight, a graphical representation of what Chen highlighted in the letter. EMM, if you're wondering, is Enterprise Mobility Management, a relative of MDM, mobile device management. BES10 is the latest version of BlackBerry Enterprise... Read More

Huawei still leads in mobile wireless networks
Huawei Technologies remains the world's biggest vendor of cellular networks despite being effectively locked out of the huge U.S. LTE market. Read More

U.S. antitrust regulators okay Microsoft-Nokia deal
U.S. regulators have given the green light to Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's handset business, moving the deal a major step closer to wrapping up. Read More

iPhoneys: Apple iPhone 6 concepts
Moving beyond iPhone 5S and 5C, new designs feature bigger screens and more magic Read More


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