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Android's security weakness is a recipe for trouble

Android is now growing at a rate of 500,000 activated devices per month, or so announced development head Andry Rubin in one of his super-rare tweets from a biblical mountain top.That’s a healthy growth rate and probably better than anything...

Tags: android, google, iphone

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Teen hacking comes back from the dead

It’s Generation 2.0...Here’s another gem of conventional wisdom that made sense until it suddenly didn’t - hackers are all professional criminals now, out to make money. The teen hacker enthusiast and pranksters from the early days of anti-sec were a...

Tags: ddos attack, hacker, hacking, security

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The BlackBerry, from boom to doom. And back?

The BlackBerry's users can still save it. But will RIM let them?After a decade in which it became a standard fitment in boardrooms and governments, saw it enthused over by a new US President, and singlehandedly turned addictive ‘crackberry’ texting...

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Mobile Linux could yet save the netbook

Could the obscure and apparently discarded MeeGo mobile Linux OS yet save netbooks? Or is it the other way around?Users quite liked netbooks but aside from one or two Asian vendors, laptop companies didn’t, fearing they were migrating users from...

Tags: linux, meego

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What Apple scandals? This company is bulletproof

Apple was recently rated as the most valuable brand in the universe in a year it has made billions for its shareholders. Odd then that this record year has also been the one where the company has had to endure...

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Researchers dig deep hole in Chrome's sandbox

It had to happen eventually, but finally someone has found a way to break through Google’s much-vaunted Chrome sandbox security, which let’s remind ourselves, first appeared in the browser as long ago as 2008.As exploits go, the one publicised by...

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William, Catherine and Osama - a long hard week for the Internet

It’s not often that the Internet sets two traffic records in a single week, but last week was no ordinary seven days. It was a case of one wedding and a funeral. In the space of three days two major...

Tags: google search, malware, security, spam

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The LastPass 'hack' is a warning on password weakness

Two days ago, the hugely popular LastPass online password management system went ‘a bit Sony’ on it users, reporting a possible hack, asking that many users reset master passwords.The hack was minor, probably affected a tiny number of its users,...

Tags: password security, security

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Microsoft's Streetside spells trouble for Apple not Google

The fascinating re-fashioning of Microsoft from a software company into an information leviathan is gathering pace with news that Redmond plans to send a fleet of camera cars down European streets to create a rival to Google’s Street View.Called Streetside...

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Google is right to go slow on Android 3.0

It’s hands off Google’s Android 3.0 ('Honeycomb') for tablets, at least for the time being, and developers - some developers at least - are spooked.Some see Google’s decision to delay the source code release for the tablet-oriented OS for months...

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