Appeals court rejects government’s interpretation of a nearly 30-year-old act, ruling it was intended to prosecute computer hacking, not misappropriation of trade secrets. [Read more]
Tim Cook will kick off this year’s D conference; shortages of the 15-inch MacBook Pro suggest new models with even more kick; and Apple kicks a Russian security firm while it’s down. The remainders for Tuesday, April 10, 2012 get a kick out of you.
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Remains of the Day: Kicking it
More iOS devices arriving in the workplace mean more potential security headaches for the enterprise. Smart device security firm Mocana is looking to reduce some of those headaches by adding iOS support to its Mobile App Protection offering.
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Mocana extends mobile app security offering to iOS
CNET editors Jim Kerstetter and Leslie Katz share the same birthday, but have different perspectives on the value of sharing the date publicly on Facebook. [Read more]
While four of the six security bulletins that Microsoft issued for April’s Patch Tuesday release are rated “critical,” one in particular has already been targeted by an attack lurking in the wild.
Doing day-to-day work in an administrator account poses an elevated security risk. Here are some options for how to switch to a standard account. [Read more]
A casual tweet sparks controversy and confusion over whether BlackBerry PlayBook users will be able to side-load apps apart from RIM’s online store. A followup blog post doesn’t bring much more clarity.
Toshiba shows it’s taking design seriously with its second batch of all-in-one desktops. [Read more]
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New Toshiba all-in-ones have a certain something
D-Link announces its latest streaming device, the MovieNite, which supports Vudu, Netflix, Pandora and YouTube, and costs just $60. [Read more]
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D-Link ships streaming-only MovieNite media player
Government says interview with Communications Minister Reza Taghipour published on April 1 was in fact a hoax. [Read more]
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Iranians say story on plan to cut Internet access is a hoax