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Lenovo and VMware plan to collaborate to develop software-defined data center solutions.
Telefonica and Dell have struck a deal to provide integrated mobile data connectivity across Europe for some laptops.
CES 2013: T-Mobile promotes their 'Uncarrier' status with no-contract unlimited plan and free laptop data
There's a lot to be excited about in T-Mobile's announcements -- including an LTE rollout and Major League Baseball deal. My patience with their data network over the past decade is going to pay off soon.
The UK uses more mobile data than any other country and also has one of the highest percentages of smartphone owners globally, Ofcom has said.
@3uk Picture this: I’m sat on the train, with my Android mobile tethered to my laptop, eking out my paltry 500MB of data bandwidth from Vodafone by turning off all images in my browser.I spy a poster, a big poster, boldly proclaiming:Goodbye data limits.
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A bank fraud case in Colorado could help determine the legal protection of users who password protect data. In the case, a woman is arguing that giving up her password to unlock encrypted data stored on a laptop is a violation of her Fifth Amendment rights.
Verizon's first 4G LTE laptop is available without contract for $600 and with pay-as-you-go mobile data service. But is it a better option than Verizon's 4G LTE USB modem?
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Dimension Data chief information officer (CIO) Ian Jansen today revealed that the IT services company is in the preliminary stages of a bring-your-own (BYO) device trial that will see staff offered a choice between the traditional company desktop computer or their own consumer laptop or tablet devices.
Police and the ICO are investigating the loss of laptops by a subsidiary of an NHS London health authority, one of which is thought to hold millions of patient records
Australia's peak organisation for company directors has warned its members to be on the lookout for attempts at identity fraud, after today disclosing that a computer had been stolen from its offices, which may have contained data on its many thousands of high-profile members and clients located around the nation.
HP has removed the wireless carrier for users of its EliteBook business laptops with the launch May 9 of its DataPass service. Data can be bought in blocks on the fly with DataPass.
The oil company has lost a laptop containing the personal details of 13,000 people who applied for compensation for the Deepwater Horizon disaster
In the second installment of results from ZDNet's recent data-roaming survey, we present statistics that suggest how people use the mobile internet while abroad, and how they would use it if prices fell significantly
A global ZDNet survey demonstrates the scale of opposition to the prices operators charge for data roaming abroad, with 96 percent of readers saying the charges are excessive
When you travel internationally, do you use the mobile data connection on your phone, tablet or laptop? What do you use it for?
To better understand the world of data roaming, we've compiled a survey to find out how people use mobile broadband on portable devices.
The Information Commissioner's Office has levied fines of tens of thousands of pounds against the councils, following the theft of two unencrypted laptops in the spring of 2010
The company has launched an open-source community edition of its Greenplum data-warehousing program, which includes software for large-scale analytics
Want to use the Internet wherever you go when abroad? It will cost you, but at least it might be a little less confusing as AT&T has announced new pay-as-you-go international data plans for laptops and netbooks.
The Yorkshire Building Society and Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust have been rapped by the Information Commissioner's Office for losing unencrypted data
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