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Filed Under:Technology / Mobile
Posts on Regator:2100
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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

Blog Post Archive

LinkedIn may stand up to Chinese censorship rules…sort of

Earlier this week LinkedIn hinted that they are not entirely happy about the scope of some Chinese censorship rules and is “strongly considering” changing their policies. Read more about LinkedIn may stand up to Chinese censorship rules…sort of

Building a Chinese operating system

One of the more interesting stories to emerge in recent days has been the news that China is working on its own operating system. Read more about Building a Chinese operating system

Rethinking enterprise mobile security

by David Robinson The digital revolution has brought great advantages to businesses but it is important to acknowledge security aspects when evaluating mobility policies. Read more about Rethinking enterprise mobile security

Hacktivists Lizard Squad hit the games universe online

by Darren Allan DDoS attacks on PSN, Twitch and Tumblr as well as many others. Read more about Hacktivists Lizard Squad hit the games universe online

Forget the statistics and do what makes sense

Recent numbers indicate that the most successful apps are created by only a few companies and if you’re basing your app development strategies on numbers alone you are pretty much doomed from the start. Read more about Forget the statistics and do what makes sense

Mobile apps edge out desktop and traditional web browsing

by Sam Pudwell A comScore report detailing app trends and user habits reveals that 52 percent of time spent on digital media now comes from mobile apps. Read more about Mobile apps edge out desktop and traditional web browsing

So exactly how do you build spyware into your apps?

Developers have to answer a lot of questions when building apps but one question that doesn’t have a clear answer is how do you build spyware into your apps? Read more about So exactly how do you build spyware into your apps?

Foreign courts may force developers to change the way they code

There's a dangerous trend happening around the world – courts attacking technology providers rather than people who use those technologies. Read more about Foreign courts may force developers to change the way they code

Gmail wasn't the only thing hacked by researchers; it's bigger than that

The researchers who hacked into Gmail on Android were able to show that apps can interfere with each other and that's the really scary part. Read more about Gmail wasn't the only thing hacked by researchers; it's bigger than that

Transform backup and recovery from being reactive to adaptive

by ITPP in association with HP How can organisations manage without slowing their organisation down with complicated data management, backup and recovery techniques? Read on to find out. Read more about Transform backup and recovery from being reactive to adaptive

Researchers hack Gmail app

by Tom Phelan The US based researchers claim that in nine out 10 cases they successfully hacked into Gmail accounts by disguising apps on Android phones. Read more about Researchers hack Gmail app

Ditching Windows: liberating your computing experience

Microsoft may be getting on to Windows 9 soon, but it's time to move on for the greater good. Read more about Ditching Windows: liberating your computing experience

Microsoft IE developers want users to ‘give us another chance’

In a recent chat session on Reddit a team of Microsoft IE developers and program managers tried to convince users to give the IE browser a second chance. Read more about Microsoft IE developers want users to ‘give us another chance’

Ballmer steps down from Microsoft Board

Stating various reasons including a hectic schedule, teaching, civic contributions, learning and taking over as the owner of the LA Clippers, Steve Ballmer has left his position on the Microsoft Board of Directors. Read more about Ballmer steps down from Microsoft Board

AT&T to bring GigaPower to Silicon Valley

AT&T just announced that they will be bringing their new, ultra-fast fiber network to Cupertino businesses and residents. Read more about AT&T to bring GigaPower to Silicon Valley

Is the app frenzy really slowing down?

Recent reports from UK researchers suggest that we may be reaching the peak of the app download boom. Read more about Is the app frenzy really slowing down?

Downloads down: UK mobile users downloading fewer apps

by Sam Pudwell Report indicates the average number of app downloads has fallen from 2.3 to 1.8 in the last 12 months and nearly a third of mobile uers don't download apps at all. Read more about Downloads down: UK mobile users downloading fewer apps

Too many consumers leaving banking details on multiple mobile devices

by Jamie Hinks A new report has found that consumers are laying out way too much personal information for hackers. Read more about Too many consumers leaving banking details on multiple mobile devices

"Data scientists aren't quite unicorns, but they're close": How to avoid a big data nightmare

by Joanna Schloss Organisations wishing to avoid being outmoded by competitors or outgrown by customers need to embrace a data-driven approach to management and decision making. The path to success is clear. Read more about "Data scientists aren't quite unicorns, but they're close": How to avoid a big data nightmare

Driverless cars from Google can break speed liimits

by Alysia Judge Lead engineer on Google's car project says that they are programmed for speed. Read more about Driverless cars from Google can break speed liimits

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