HTC and Nokia are the two primary players in the Windows Phone market and some recent data from AdDuplex shows Nokia has something like 78 percent while HTC is near 14 percent.
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A security researcher has found that some Nokia phones pass secure HTTPS data through Nokia's servers, and this data is decrypted so it can be compressed, in order to reduce data bills. But, Nokia doesn't need a lesson in security -- it needs one in public relations.
Manchester police force has been fined £150,000 by the UK's data protection watchdog after an unencrypted USB stick containing 11 years of data on serious crimes was stolen from a policeman's house in a burglary.
It turns out that Verizon will still be charging unlimited data plan customers if they want to share their 3G and 4G connections by tethering with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or USB-empowered devices.
Worried about losing a USB flash drive full of unencrypted data? The Integral Crypto Dual USB flash drive has all the features you need to give you the peace of mind if the worst does happen.
RailCorp has had to stop auctioning USB sticks that have been left on its trains because it is economically impractical to do so in a manner that doesn't put personal data at risk.
Nokia has alleged that HTC, RIM and ViewSonic have infringed on 45 Nokia patents in lawsuits filed in the US and Germany.Nokia alleged on Wednesday that the companies have variously infringed on patents covering dual function antennas, power management and multimode radios, application stores, multitasking, navigation, conversational message display, dynamic menus, data encryption and retrieval of email attachments on a mobile device.
Nokia has acknowledged a serious software bug in a version of its Lumia 900 handset that can sometimes kill the Windows Phone's data connectivity.The Lumia 900 went on sale on Monday in the US, where Nokia hopes its new flagship handset will finally give the company some market share.
Server in India allows government direct access to data on BlackBerry enterprise server; Nokia asked to follow, says report.
An employee of the Health and Safety Executive lost an unencrypted USB data stick containing nuclear 'stress test' data, the watchdog has admitted.The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) staff member lost the data on Hartlepool Nuclear Power Station at a conference in India in November, ZDNet UK understands.
Recently, we found out that RailCorp has been auctioning off lost USB keys that hadn't been wiped, for which it's currently under investigation by the NSW Privacy Office. How do other travel organisations handle lost property?
Microsoft news round-up for this week includes a possible new Nokia Windows Phone, tidbits on the Xbox dashboard fall preview, new comScore search data and more.
The company has set up a trial of free Wi-Fi hotspots, using 26 payphone boxes in busy areas of central London to provide streetside connections open to anyone to use on any device
With a bundled two years of SafteyNet data security Seagate's GoFlex adds an extra layer of protection for your data.
Thousands of tenants of two London housing associations had their data exposed after a contractor left an unencrypted memory stick in a London pub.Banking details of 800 Lewisham Homes tenants were on the unencrypted USB drive, which contained personal information of 20,000 tenants of the housing association in total, data protection authority the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) said on Thursday.
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?
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates stumped for the $8.5 billion Skype purchase and international domination may be a good reason for the enthusiasm. Microsoft, Nokia and Skype could be deadly to data roaming charges.
An analyst has predicted that Intel's data transfer technology will see slow adoption among PC makers due to its high cost
Worried about sensitive data on USB storage devices falling into the wrong hands? Conseal USB provides an innovative cloud-based solution
The copper-based technology allows bi-directional transfer at 10Gbps and provides support for DisplayPort and PCIe, promising a reduction in cabling for peripherals