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At 1 pm Eastern today, Apple introduces its newest software updates to a group of 5,000 avid developers at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Very little is known, but much is speculated about what the company will unveil, especially given the promise of "new product categories" to be introduced in 2014.
Palo Alto Networks' annual threat analysis of customer network traffic shows that botnet-controlled malware that makes its way into enterprise networks almost always uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) to communicate, blending in with legitimate UDP-based applications such as video.
Thousands of Bell Canada field technicians this fall will begin doing their jobs of installing and testing telecom and media services connections with help from custom-designed smartphone apps rather than via their laptops. It's all part of what Bell Canada is calling its "One Device" mobile initiative, in essence, a mobility makeover.
A year ago, people were mostly talking about the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) -- what companies and government entities might do in the future to take advantage of this widespread network of connected objects.
The in-person shopping experience, from finding the right product in the store to trying on clothes in a fitting room to paying a cash register, is far more archaic than it needs to be.
With Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference 2014 starting Monday June 2, it's déjà vu all over again with iPhone and iOS rumors that have been circulating since the end of WWDC 2013.
Intel made a strong pitch to Android developers at AnDevCon in Boston on Thursday, underlining the company's determination to play a larger role in the mobile market.
Microsoft says that in some countries where its Surface Pro 2 tablet is not yet available, it never will be; the Surface Pro 3 will have to do.
Report: Tablets, smartphones and the mobile Internet still spiking, but overall Net usage growth slows
A much-heralded report on Internet trends confirmed an ongoing spike in mobile web usage, powered by still-increasing tablet sales, but also said that Internet usage growth, as a whole, had begun to slow in 2013.
While small- to midsized businesses (SMB) don't have the luxury of information security teams and resources that large enterprises can afford, they still face many of the same threats.
Members of Reddit peppered Microsoft's Surface Team about its newly announced Surface Pro 3 tablet, including complaints about having to pay for the keyboard/cover separately.
A new iOSphere trend may have been launched this week, with a video selfie that, by some magical logic, further confirms the expectation that iPhone 6 will have a 4.7-inch display.
A new instant messaging application for the iPhone uses an advanced, "post quantum" encryption scheme to scramble one-on-one chats. It's intended as a bullet-proof secure alternative to WhatsApp's addictive message interface and to mobile carrier's primitive and (outside the U.S.) pricey SMS texting services.
Google Apps got a mobility upgrade on Wednesday, as the company added four new features to its MDM toolkit for Android smartphones.
Cisco's Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) technology, known as FireAMP, is already supported in its firewalls and e-mail gateways, but now the company is making AMP available as a standalone product.
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