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Why Backoff Malware Is Such a Big Threat to Retailers

Retailers around the U.S. are on high alert, checking to see if they've been infected with Backoff, a malware family that specifically takes aim at point-of-sale (POS) systems running on Windows to steal customer more

10 Reasons Why No-Code, Rapid App Development Makes Sense for IT

Our world is being radically transformed by digital technologies and mobile devices. While this applies to our personal lives, the implications are perhaps most profound for the enterprise. There's more

10 Essential Back-to-School Gadgets

It's that time of year when the lazy days of summer recede into memory and the time to crack open the (increasingly digital) books and settle down into the school year returns. Beyond e-readers and tablets, which have started to enter more

49ers Win Big With Their Super High-Tech, Solar-Powered Levi's Stadium

Silicon Valley's own NFL team, the San Francisco 49ers, introduced its new, state-of-the-art Levi's Stadium on Aug. 17 following more than two years of design and construction. The $1.2 billion venue more

VMware Bridges Old-School and New-Gen at VMworld 2014

SAN FRANCISCO—eWEEK's Eric Lundquist described VMworld 2014 very accurately and succinctly the other day in our publication with his piece titled "VMware Bridging Gap Between Traditional, Virtualized Data Centers." more

Why a 12.9-Inch iPad Is in Apple's Future

Apple has another move up its sleeve in the tablet market. Recent news reports have suggested that Apple is working on a new iPad that would launch in 2015 and would come with a larger screen—perhaps as big as 12.9 inches. more

Data Breach Lessons Learned From the Trenches

Data breaches, such as those that recently impacted Target, the Internal Revenue Service, Children's Mercy Hospital and many others, are happening with increased frequency. In fact, the security research group Identify Theft more

Samsung's Tizen Mobile OS Failing to Impress Device Makers, Pundits

Samsung's Tizen mobile operating system is under fire. Some industry pundits have called the operating system, which is open-source and designed to take on Android, a failure, even though it has reached the more

Windows 9 Will Gain From Microsoft's Windows 7 Experience

If the reports are true, Microsoft will roll out Windows 9 in just a few short weeks. Those reports say Microsoft will hold a special press event on Sept. 30 and give users access to a preview build soon more

LinuxCon Showcases Advances in Linux, Open Source

The Linux Foundation hosted its LinuxCon North America conference from Aug. 20 to 22 in Chicago, providing attendees with insight into the latest and greatest advancement in the Linux and open-source worlds. The more
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