From productivity to email to operating systems to mobile to hardware, David Gewirtz is no longer actively using Microsoft products. He's not a Microsoft hater. The transition just happened organically as he adopted products that better served his needs.
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Microsoft has purchased email startup Acompli, which makes iOS and Android mobile e-mail applications, for an undisclosed amount.
BlackBerry's encryption efforts were years before Apple and Google's recent move to secure device data. NSA's chief lawyer said things didn't turn out so well for the former mobile giant.
The older cellular encryption can be cracked by the National Security Agency, leaked documents previously showed. An upgrade to that security could make eavesdropping a lot harder.
Apple's and Google's encryption plans have not gone down well with US law enforcement, and the agency's director says the companies are leading us down a dark path.
Password hashes, email address stolen from third-party forum site less than week after DDoS attack
The Internet giant tries to convey to users that many emails are not secure once it leaves Google's hands.
With the multitudes of accounts we have to deal with for email, social networking and other applications that require password authentication, we need a better solution.
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.
T-Mobile hasn't been much of a loyal pal to BlackBerry, but then again the device maker needs to produce a hit instead of worrying about rallying customer outrage over the carrier's email campaign encouraging a swap to the iPhone.
Yahoo webmail users will get a significant security benefit with the company enabling encryption by default, but a security expert questions where is Yahoo's "perfect forward secrecy"?
Facebook is mining the leaked Adobe file containing over 100 million email and password combinations to improve its users' password security.
By weakening encryption standards, inserting vulnerabilities into vendors' technology, and using supercomputer-backed password crackers, the US and the UK are able to break encryption used to back technologies like SSH, HTTPS, and VPNs.
Kim Dotcom's privacy company Mega prepares a 'cutting-edge' email encryption service.
OWA for iPhone and iPad are mobile apps that offer the same email, calendar and contact functionality as the Outlook Web App in a browser but with additional features only possible in native apps. But they're only for Office 365 users.
Microsoft says it does not provide the NSA or any U.S. government agency with the ability to bypass its encryption or give 'direct access' to user data.
GPG Mail from GPGTools protects your email from prying eyes by using public key encryption via OpenPGP. It's by far the simplest and easiest way to encrypt email (and files) on the Mac.
Cupertino's got a giant war chest, but does it really want to be in the business of search engines, volume email services, social networks, productivity and enterprise software, and all the other things that are needed to complete the mobile picture?
Hackers are slipping off with what they really came for — record numbers of password hashes and email addresses.
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