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He heard you fine

Oh, before I leave, what’s GNU?

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Mobile security perceptions don't approach reality. And that's a problem.

The best security approaches — such as continuous authentication — are invisible to the user and therefore frictionless. That's good in practice, but it can be bad in terms of customer perception. If they don't see it, they assume...

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But isn’t that better than the actual goal?

Unclear on that whole ‘garbage in’ concept.

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Sorry, Apple: For the education market, Chromebook is the clear winner

Apple started this fight with some old-school smack talk, but it only highlighted how it’s clinging to the old PC-centric model.

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The Undead PC: Dell has the best PC sales in their history

It’s time to push back on the idea that the PC market is all but dead. Dell has had solid sales, customers have never been happier and relationships (with one noted exception) between OEMs, Intel and Microsoft are improving. We’ve...

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He’s got his number

It really could have been much worse.

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Critical updates to Excel and publicly disclosed exploits make for an urgent November Patch Tuesday

This is a really big update for the Windows platform. And while we don’t have a zero-day vulnerability like September’s Patch Tuesday, there are two vulnerabilities that deserve our attention.

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Throwback Thursday: Oh, sorry, did someone sell off half of YOUR capacity?

And are you sure that that metaphorical pipe is draining FLOODwater?

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Welcome to Insider Pro

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Gone but not forgotten

The real reason the dot-com bubble burst?

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Time-Machine Tuesday: She’s in the dark most days

Screen blank, nobody home.

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An exorcism at Microsoft

CEO Satya Nadella has laid his predecessor’s ghost to rest.

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The jig is up

Join the tech workforce for high-voltage adventure!

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Peace of mind (but nothing else)

Black boxes rarely bear good news.

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Throwback Thursday: Third wave’s the charm

The buckle stops here.

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Living on the Edge Chromium browser

The new Chromium browser from Microsoft blends both Google and Microsoft technology to set a new bar for compatibility, privacy and security in the corporate and personal browser space. It also showcases a competitive future where...

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Apple updates its privacy pages; you should take a look

Did you know your iPhone knows whether you’re human?

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Wayback Wednesday: The fobbit

Or, ‘There and back again.’

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