Backdoor Found in Samsung Galaxy
Is WinPhone OS Fee-Free in India?
Google Encrypts Web Searches
SXSW 'Stunned' by Hit-and-Run Driver
Customers Need Marketing's Attention
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.
Microsoft may be taking a page from Google's Android. The software giant reportedly is licensing its Windows Phone mobile operating system for free to two phone makers in India.
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.
Is it Marketing 101 or perhaps the greatest sales advice ever? Gartner's research director Todd Berkowitz addresses the importance of not just selling to current customers, but marketing to them, as well.