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Obama administration previews cybersecurity policy

At the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Melissa Hathaway, the National Security and Homeland Security Councils' senior director for cyberspace, previews the president's policy on cybersecurity. Leadership will start at the White House, but responsibility for implementing policy will be shared by government agencies, corporations, and the public at large.

April 23, 2009 in Security

Magic from Vodafone expected on 5 May

Magic from Vodafone expected on 5 May

The mobile phone company Vodafone said on Wednesday that the much anticipated Google Android phone, dubbed Magic, will be available from 5 May.The phone can be pre-ordered now from the company's website for from £15 per month for a minimum plan with no free minutes to £80.

April 23, 2009 by in After Hours

Magic from Vodafone available May 5

Magic from Vodafone available May 5

The mobile phone company Vodafone said on Wednesday that its much anticipated Google Android phone, dubbed Magic, will be available from May 5.The phone can be pre-ordered now from the company's website for from £15 per month for a minimum plan with no free minutes to £80.

April 23, 2009 by in After Hours

Obama administration previews cybersecurity policy

At the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Melissa Hathaway, the National Security and Homeland Security Councils' senior director for cyberspace, previews the president's policy on cybersecurity. Leadership will start at the White House, but responsibility for implementing policy will be shared by government agencies, corporations, and the public at large.

April 23, 2009 by in Security

Microsoft Big Brains: Burton Smith

Microsoft Big Brains: Burton Smith

Today, Microsoft has a lot of projects and technologies focused on parallel and multi-core computing. But this wasn't always the case, as Microsoft Technical Fellow Burton Smith acknowledges in the latest installment of my "Microsoft Big Brains" series.

April 23, 2009 by in Microsoft

Time '100 Most Influential' hacked

Time '100 Most Influential' hacked

Even venerated Time magazine isn't immune to hackers.The magazine's annual online poll of the top 100 most influential people in government, science, technology and the arts was flooded with fake votes by followers of 4chan, the popular online message board.

April 23, 2009 by in Security

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