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  • Microsoft: We bought Skype. We make mobiles.. Oh, HANG ON! EUREKA! We should put the two together Analysis Microsoft has given us a glimpse of Windows progress this week – and it was generally well received – particularly the one-year "grace period" allowing Windows 7 holdouts to climb on board for free.… 3 days ago
  • BlackBerry says Net Neutrality means they should get Apple apps It's not that the CEO of BlackBerry, John Chen, doesn't know what Net Neutrality means. It's just that he - and the rest of the company - want it to mean something that also happens to be extremely beneficial to them. Chen suggests that Net Neutrality should include apps and services, and that this means that Apple should be lawfully … Continue reading 4 days ago
  • The one WhatsApp feature you crave is finally here… with a huge caveat WhatsApp, the instant messaging service Facebook paid lots of millions for not too long ago, is growing more and more popular with users across mobile operating systems, and the company has finally released the one feature some users have been anxiously waiting for. WhatsApp on Wednesday announced that it'll finally let users continue their conversations on the desktop, launching a web version ... 5 days ago
  • 8 Things Microsoft Corporation Wants You to Know About Windows 10 Anticipation for Windows 10 runs so high that over 1.7 million people have registered to be part of the "Insider" group testing the new operating system. Of course, some of the excitement comes from 5 days ago
  • Facebook's WhatsApp comes to desktop computers The popular chat service makes its way to desktop and laptop computers, but those who use it through an iPhone will have to wait. 5 days ago
  • U.K. Knots Closer Cyber Security Ties In Washington  The U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron is in Washington DC this week, lobbying the U.S. President on the need for circumventing the strong encryption of Internet services. So why is he now banging on about closer “cyber security” co-operation? Read More 1 week ago
  • Will Europe Increase Web Surveillance After Paris Terrorist Attacks? Politicians call for increased monitoring of online communications, with the U.K. targeting such services as SnapChat, Facebook's WhatsApp and Apple's Facetime. 1 week ago
  • Why your Apple ID isn't as safe as Apple says it is In early September last year, just before Apple launched its new iPhones and iOS operating system, the company was hit by a huge data breach scandal ' naked pictures of many celebrities stolen directly from their iCloud photos appeared online ' even though iTunes itself was not cracked by hackers, who employed other means to get access to those accounts. Apple still felt like it had to explain ... 1 week ago
  • The 4 funniest British responses to David Cameron's boneheaded attack on encryption If there's one thing British writers do vastly better than we Americans, it's using subtle but cutting wit to ridicule others' complete stupidity. Now the United Kingdom's own prime minister David Cameron has given them quite an opportunity to use their talents after he said he wanted to prevent mobile apps such as WhatsApp from using encryption that would potentially block intelligence agencies ... 1 week ago
  • Nick McMenemy: More channel consolidation to follow in 2015 Westcon Australia director of vendor alliances, Nick McMemeny, wrapped up his tenure on December 31, 2014, and took the time to chat with ARN about his predictions for 2015. 2 weeks ago

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