Twitter and Internet service provider Sonic.net scored a perfect six in the third annual Electronic Frontier Foundation “Who Has Your Back?” report.
Microsoft and Apple recommend that businesses deny certain iPhones, iPads and iPods access to Calendar items.
Apple, Microsoft and a handful of other tech companies are now free to license $4.5 billion in patents they bought at auction last year from bankrupt Nortel.
Iridium is introducing a new satellite phone and access point that enable communications anywhere on the face of the Earth from Blackberry and Android devices. It will offer support for Apple’s iOS-based gear later this year.
Files entrusted to cloud-storage provider Dropbox were susceptible to unauthorized access via three attacks devised by security researchers, the researchers said.
While still not great, the operating systems behind Apple desktops, laptops and phones are getting more secure, researchers at Black Hat say.
Supercomputing as a service that can be controlled from an iPad could pop out of academia as soon as this fall in the form of a commercial service.
The top 500 websites are catering more to the iPad than they are to Android tablets, according to tests by Blaze Software.
Businesses can now grant iPads safe remote access to files using new software designed to meet enterprise management and security concerns.
Microsoft is coming out with an iPhone application that lets the users participate in conferences mediated by the company's Lync unified communications platform...
Security firm Sophos says that Android Market's instant-download feature could open up Android devices to malicious downloads from attackers.
There's a gap between reports of malware generated from social networking sites and the potential threat businesses perceive, according to results of Sophos' latest report.
Patients may soon be able to cut health care costs by running blood tests off their iPhones and Droids and having the results automatically forwarded to their doctors, according to new discoveries by researchers at the University of Rhode Island.
When Apple's iOS 4.2 debuts next month, it will help IT security teams make the iPad safe for business.
In SEC filings as part of its bid to go public, Skype worries about whether the iPhone and other Apple products will undermine its VoIP services and is also insecure about whether it can achieve service levels good enough to lure business customers.
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