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Getting smartphone operating Tizen off the ground has proven more difficult than its backers first thought. Operator Orange no longer wants to predict when the first phones will arrive, and Samsung Electronics is also mum on its progress.
Orange's latest smartphones, the Android-based Hiro and Yumo, come with feature that walks users through the setup, which the operator hopes will make it easier for first-time buyers to start using their device.
Security researchers Tuesday said reports of the arrest of the hacker behind Blackhole, one of the most widely used exploit kits on the Internet, is good news for IT operations and users.
An outsourced project to modernize Orange County, Calif.'s tax collection system that was supposed to take three years and cost just over $8 million was on track to cost twice that amount and take twice as long when officials pulled the plug.
French telecommunications operator Orange reported a sharp fall in net profit for the first half, with as revenue declined year on year too.
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