Microsoft has finally put some effort into enterprise management and security features for Windows Phone and the result looks good for customers.
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A large number of updates, some quite old and many updated weeks ago in other Apple products, are finally fixed for Mac users.
For the first time, the highest ranking U.S. intelligence community official admitted to two senators that the NSA used a "backdoor" in surveillance laws to conduct the searches.
Diebold has deployed the first of a completely different kind of ATM. The device has a minimal user interface; instead the customer uses a smartphone app.
While the phone makers can afford the small financial hit to their overall annual profits, the carriers can't, legislators and regulators believe.
Apparently in order to enforce a government ban on certain services, Turkish ISPs are intercepting access of Google's public DNS service.
Perhaps the greatest weakness of password managers is that they can't work directly with mobile apps. That changed recently when LastPass announced support for app autofill on Android.
WordPad, the free, simple word processor that comes with Windows, is not vulnerable to the zero day RTF bug affecting Word. Will Office 2003 be fixed? [Updated with Microsoft statement.]
Banks are only now getting around to replacing Windows XP on their ATMs with Windows 7, but why bother? Windows 8 should work at least as well and has a longer support life.
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