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SecuTablet equals Samsung and BlackBerry teaming up

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Remember those rumors back in January about Samsung buying BlackBerry? Well, those were quickly debunked by BlackBerry, but in turn the company let people in on a partnership that was ongoing between the South Korean and the Canadian company. Details about the partnership were just recently revealed at the CeBIT technology conference in Germany this weekend, and they’re definitely not what ...

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Kaspersky and Symantec banned in China

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Continuing the trend to get rid of foreign software, the Chinese authorities has removed Kaspersky and Symantec from the list of approved software sources of the Central Procurement Center. Conversely it has approved other five security software providers. These are all Chinese companies: Rising, Qihoo 360, CAJinchen, Beijing Jiangmin and Venustech. Symantec representatives have not made any statement as of ...

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Apple partners with IBM to create a new class of business apps

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We’ve heard about some pretty crazy partnerships this year, but this is definitely the most unexpected one yet. If you would have said back in the 80s or 90s that Apple and IBM will one day be partners you would have probably been ridiculed by most people. Well, it seems that the two tech giants have finally put their past differences ...

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Google is now officially more valuable than Apple

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A recent report by global market research agency Millward Brown claims that Google overtook Apple and is now the most valuable brand in the world. A quick look at the list reveals that the internet giant’s value has increased by 40% since last year and is now worth $158,843 billion. On the other hand, Apple has seen a 20% decline since ...

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Heartbleed wont happen again thanks to Google, Facebook and others

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A disastrous event like the Heartbleed bug is sometimes needed to convince big companies to cast aside their differences and work together. Tech giants have agreed for the first time to fund a multi-million dollar initiative that will help protect open source projects, including OpenSSL. The Core Infrastructure Initiative housed at The Linux Foundation will be a three-year effort with at ...

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