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Why Google Has Yet to Fix Chromecast Flaw One Year Later

NEWS ANALYSIS: Not all public exploits get patches—and sometimes there are even good reasons why. That's the case with a flaw in Chromecast that was demonstrated at last year's Black Hat security conference.

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Apple is Looking at Becoming a Cellular Service Provider

The iPhone maker is investigating the possibility of selling wireless services directly to customers through arrangements made with mobile carriers.

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Windows 10 Stokes Privacy, Browser Choice Concerns

So far, Microsoft's latest operating system has been warmly received, except from privacy advocates and Mozilla.

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How Mobile Strategists Help Enterprises Gain Competitive Advantage

Bringing in experts to develop and guide a company's mobile application strategy is becoming more common and can give enterprises significant advantages over less mobile-minded competitors.

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CA to Acquire Xceedium for Privileged Identity Management

CA Technologies is beefing up its portfolio of security products with its acquisition of Xceedium, a provider of identity management solutions.

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Microsoft Unveils New Keyboards and Mice for Windows 10

The new peripherals allow quick and more secure access to some of the most notable new features added to Windows 10.

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Why Google Has Yet to Fix Chromecast Flaw One Year Later

NEWS ANALYSIS: Not all public exploits get patches—and sometimes there are even good reasons why. That's the case with a flaw in Chromecast that was demonstrated at last year's Black Hat security conference.

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Apple is Looking at Becoming a Cellular Service Provider

The iPhone maker is investigating the possibility of selling wireless services directly to customers through arrangements made with mobile carriers.

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Windows 10 Stokes Privacy, Browser Choice Concerns

So far, Microsoft's latest operating system has been warmly received, except from privacy advocates and Mozilla.

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Cars Are Vulnerable to Remote Attacks, Researchers to Prove

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CA to Acquire Xceedium for Privileged Identity Management

CA Technologies is beefing up its portfolio of security products with its acquisition of Xceedium, a provider of identity management solutions.

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Microsoft Unveils New Keyboards and Mice for Windows 10

The new peripherals allow quick and more secure access to some of the most notable new features added to Windows 10.

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Cumulus Offers VX Virtual Appliance for Testing, Development

The new offering gives cloud operators and network engineers the tools they need to simulate open networks in their own environments.

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