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According to a recently released Trusteer report, a large U.S bank was hit by 20 different crimeware families.
Some of HSBC's online web portals are still offline as the result of a denial-of-service attack, which resulted in customers being unable to use the web services.
SOA provides needed support for enterprise architecture in cloud, mobile, big data, says Open Group panel
There's been a resurgent role for service-oriented architecture as a practical and relevant ingredient for effective design and use of cloud, mobile, and big-data technologies.
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From Apple's AirPrint to cloud services like HP's ePrint to powerful enterprise server software, I give a primer on the different ways you can print from your smartphone or tablet.
Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display may be the "the least repairable, least recyclable computer" iFixit has ever seen, but not only is it good enough to pass EPEAT testing, it's good enough to get the gold award.
The new BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) release goes all-in on mobile device management. But does it have what it takes to succeed in a crowded MDM market?
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Google's third quarter earnings miss may reflect that user behavior is changing to mobile apps and vertical search. That move may impact search profits.
Lost in Google's third quarter miss---falling cost per click metrics and Motorola Mobility's losses---was the company's "other income" line
Judge Lucy Koh has ordered Apple to release 'secret' financial information that could reveal how much the company makes on each iPhone or iPad sold.
Dell boasts that its new Active Infrastructures platform can run full workloads in 75 percent less time than competing HP solutions.
Samsung and Google have unveiled the next generation Chromebook. The new Samsung Chromebook sports an ARM processor, a MacBook Air form, for only $249.
Other struggling businesses venture into new areas, but Nokia has steadfastly refused to bring a tablet to market. Why?
The automaker strikes a multi-year deal with the tech giant to deploy global services and products throughout its operations -- as well as transfer 3,000 employees.
UPDATED: Google spills the beans to the SEC a bit early---and disappoints across the board courtesy of Motorola Mobility's hefty loss.
Plug and pray is not something IT looks forward to
Microsoft's less than aggressive pricing of its Surface tablets "could prove to be a fatal mistake" and relegate it to be a niche player behind Apple, Google and Amazon, claims an industry analyst.
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