An anonymous reader writes Consumers are inadvertently leaving back doors open to attackers as they share login details and sign up for automatic log on to mobile apps and services, according to new research by Intercede.
The lines between business and personal mobile use are blurring and the way consumers use their devices is becoming increasingly diverse. What does this mean for your brand?Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/10/28/blurred-lines-how-do-you-behave-online/
ITProPortal caught up with Anthony Payne of Netbiscuits, a global leader in mobile analytics, to discuss why every business should be taking a closer look at exactly how customers are connecting.Read more: http://www.itproportal.
As more and more customers connect with an increasing variety of devices, Anthony Payne of Netbiscuits told us how mobile analytics can support Google analytics software.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/04/15/netbiscuits-why-mobile-analytics-is-essential-to-your-business/
My father was a journalist. Growing up, I remember how excited I would get when visiting the printing house of the newspaper he worked for. I loved everything about the large, industrial printers — the noise they made, their fading bluish color and especially the smell of freshly printed papers.
Airbnb is launching a major update to its mobile web experience today in an effort to reach more users accessing the site on their smartphones. The update not only will make the mobile site more attractive and usable for potential guests,
My home theater system recently stopped working and I found myself in the market for a specific piece of relatively complex consumer technology: a new receiver. A new home theater receiver is not an insignificant purchase. Surprisingly,
The ascendance of mobile devices, cloud computing and big data is having a profound impact on the lives of workers. Yet many of the business applications that run on their smartphones and tablets still fail miserably to take full advantage of this revolutionary shift.
For many users, the desktop productivity app probably never fully went away. Anyone who uses Microsoft Exchange for email or calendaring, or Microsoft Word as their word processor, can tell you that those applications remain omnipresent in a number of organizations. What has changed, however,
Big brands aren’t the only ones to suck up to anymore. No one buys a car or Coca-Cola on their phone, at least not yet, so proving the return on investment of mobile ads to these businesses is tough. There is one thing people will instantly plop down a few bucks for on the small screen, though:
A new study from Bank of America reveals that mobile phone users would rather give up alcohol or chocolate than their mobile devices. Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/02/give-me-coffee-and-tv-but-not-over-my-smartphone/
An anonymous reader writes On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to review a case involving the conviction of a man based solely on the analysis of his "inadvertently shed" DNA.
An anonymous reader writes "Microsoft spent billions purchasing Mojang, the studio behind the game Minecraft, and while it's unlikely to start work on a sequel anytime soon, rather than continue development of the game, it's worth considering what a Minecraft 2 will look like. After all,
An anonymous reader writes 14 years after the Anna Kournikova virus took advantage of users' ignorance about file-name extensions in order to wreak worldwide havoc,
Phopojijo writes The Khronos Group has announced the Vulkan API for compute and graphics. Its goal is to compete against DirectX 12. It has some interesting features,
Sparrowvsrevolution writes A new Wired magazine story goes inside the North Korean rebel movement seeking to overthrow Kim Jong-un by smuggling USB drives into the country packed with foreign television and movies. As the story describes, one group has stashed USB drives in Chinese cargo trucks.
jones_supa writes NVIDIA has fixed a long-standing issue in the Ubuntu Unity desktop by patching Compiz. When opening the window of a new application, it would go black or become transparent on NVIDIA hardware. There have been bug reports dating back to Ubuntu 12.10 times.
HughPickens.com writes: The NY Times reports that Hillary Rodham Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of state, according to State Department officials.
jrepin (667425) writes Version 3.3 of Kolab.org, a free and open source groupware solution, has been released. It is now possible to add tags to email messages, work with notes right in the webclient, and manage your resources more easily. Kolab.org 3.
An anonymous reader writes: The Heartbleed vulnerability is the cause of the data breach at Community Health Systems, which resulted in 4.5 million records (containing patient data) being compromised. According to a blog post from TrustedSec,
Last week you had a chance to ask Bjarne Stroustrup about programming and C++. Below you'll find his answers to those questions. If you didn't get a chance to ask him a question, or want to clarify something he said, don't forget he's doing a live Google + Q & A today at 12:30pm Eastern.
Mochi Media, a Flash gaming platform acquired by Shanda Games for $80 million in 2010, has announced that it will be shutting up shop, with its services ceasing March 31. Read More
Via Ars Technica comes news that an Amtrak employee was paid nearly $900,000 over the last ten years to give the DEA passenger lists outside of normal channels. Strangely enough, the DEA already had access to such information through official channels. From the article: The employee,
1月23日，国内继APP Store 之后、第二个不越狱iOS分发平台iTools发布了其2014年度iOS手游数据报告。报告从iOS用户喜好的游戏类型、留存指标、排行榜等方面提供了数据分析。
Apple Watch 的上市时间终于在今天得到确认。威锋网消息，苹果 CEO 蒂姆·库克在今天凌晨的财报会议上宣布，Apple Watch 将于今年 4 月份开始出货，符合苹果官网上“2015 年早”的描述。
虽说距离 Windows 10 正式上线还有一段时间，但各位技术预览版的使用者，已经在提前体验下一代的新功能了。比如说今天早些时候，微软就又开放了全新的音乐、视频应用预览。