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iPhone 6: Bad for Apple Tablet Sales?
iPhone 6: Bad for Apple Tablet Sales?

Could Apple’s iPhone 6 -- it’s so-called super-size phone due to hit store shelves this fall -- come back to haunt the smartphone maker? Some observers say yes; others say preposterous.

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Axed Nokia X Phones Suffered from Lack of Identity Nokia X Phones Had Identity Crisis

'Gateway' devices didn't resonate.

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GoTenna Gives Work-Around for Smartphone Dead Zones GoTenna: Work-Thru for Dead Zones

Turns phone into texting Walkie-Talkie.

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Microsoft Says Goodbye to Android and Feature Phones Microsoft Axes Android Phones

Nokia unit's low-end initiative to end.

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Apple-IBM Deal Weighs on BlackBerry Shares Apple-IBM Deal Weighs on BlackBerry

As companies woo business customers.

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34 European Banks Hit by Android-Skirting Malware
Criminals have been finding gaping holes in Android-based two-factor authentication systems that banks around the world are using. The result: 34 banks in four European countries have been hit.
 
New Web Tracking Technologies Defeat Privacy Protections
Recently developed Web tracking tools are able to circumvent even the best privacy defenses, according to a new study by researchers at Princeton and the University of Leuven in Belgium.
 
Juniper DDoS Solution Aims at High-IQ Networks
In the face of more complex attacks, Juniper Networks is boosting its DDoS Secure solution to help companies mitigate the threats with more effective security intelligence throughout the network fabric.
 

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Contrary to Report, Lenovo's Staying in Small Windows Tablets
Device maker Lenovo has clarified a report that indicated it is getting out of the small Windows tablet business -- as in the ThinkPad 8 and the 8-inch Miix 2. But the firm said it is not exiting that market.
 
Seagate Unveils Networked Drives for Small Businesses
Seagate is out with five new networked attached storage products aimed at small businesses. The drives are for companies with up to 50 workers, and range in capacity from two to 20 terabytes.
 
Another Day, Another Internet of Things Consortium Is Born
In the emerging Internet of Things, zillions of devices will be talking to each other. Samsung, Intel and Dell just formed a consortium to ensure each thing can understand what others are saying.
 

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