Security researchers are reporting a so-called backdoor security issue in Samsung Galaxy devices. The backdoor lets a phone's modem read, write, and delete files on the storage system. Search giant Google is expanding the encryption of searches that are placed on its search engine in light of last year's revelations that the National Security Agency was spying on U.S. citizens. The SXSW conference in Austin, Texas was hit by tragedy when an allegedly drunken driver barreled down a one-way street the wrong way and slammed into a crowd, killing two and injuring 23. While AT&T has been making market moves on the pricing front, T-Mobile is forging ahead on its network upgrade as well as on plans to wipe out what it calls Verizon's misleading TV map ads. Enterprise data management leader OpenText launched OpenText Microsoft SPS for Extended ECM for SAP Solutions to help deliver compliance-assurance capabilities to customers.
Is the NSA Using Facebook Malware To Spy on You? Facebook users look out, the National Security Agency may be spying on you by pretending to be Facebook. At least that's what The Intercept, a Web publication dedicated to covering the NSA, is reporting.
Samsung Goes Big with Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 The rise of the tablet computer has come at the expense of PC sales. But is a tablet a viable stand-in or full-time replacement for a business laptop when you're about to take off on the road?
Will PCs Be Dead and Gone by 2018? Has the gloom finally turned into doom for the PC market? The forecast is getting worse. Now, IDC is predicting shipments will decline another six percent in 2014 and continue sliding through 2018.
Mobile Technology Spotlight
Is Facebook Ramping Up App Marketing? The venue for Facebook's biggest push yet into the potentially lucrative world of mobile application marketing could be its upcoming F8 2014 Conference in San Francisco, observers and analysts say.
Amazon Said To Be Readying a Smartphone E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly moving forward on a long-rumored smartphone. The company is said to have discussed the project, code-named Project Aria, with manufacturers.
Backdoor Opens Samsung Galaxy Users to Danger Security researchers are reporting a so-called backdoor security issue in Samsung Galaxy devices. The backdoor lets a phone's modem read, write, and delete files on the storage system.
Enterprise Technology Spotlight
OpenText Delivers New SPS Offering Enterprise data management leader OpenText launched OpenText Microsoft SPS for Extended ECM for SAP Solutions to help deliver compliance-assurance capabilities to customers.
Large QAD Users Adopting DocOrigin 3.0 DocOrigin 3.0 has emerged as the solution of choice for large QAD customers needing to improve the process of generating dynamic business documents and forms in the QAD environment.
Survey: Managing Risk Is Biggest User Concern Nearly three quarters of Oracle E- Business Suite users surveyed cited "minimizing the risk of not supporting core business systems" as their most important success factor when upgrading.