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A Deal to Boost Mobile App Speeds

ZDNet is reporting that web performance and security provider Cloudflare has acquired Neumob, a mobile accelerator for apps.

They report that Neumob will allow the company to provide improved end-to-end optimization across desktop and mobile, with no disruptions or speed loss based on the device used. 167 more words

2017

Samsung Updates S7 Firmware - But Is It Enough To Ward Off The KRACK Attack?

Since a few days, there’s another firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 here in Belgium (and probably elsewhere too, of course). The announcement did not promise a major update to Android, although the download was more than 400MB: 68 more words

Software

Regular Updates To Enhance Software Security Still Missing On Many Devices

I do not want to pretend to fully understand the exact nature of the so-called KRACK Attack vulnerability in many implementations of the WPA2 protocol that is supposed to make WiFi network connections secure. 185 more words

Internet

TightVNC for Android - Control your computers from a mobile device.

Need to manage your computers or servers while on the go?  Here’s one thing you can do.  Go to the Google Play Store and download TightVNC Viewer.    73 more words

Technology

Nurses prefer smartphones over mobile computers. Is it a safe choice?

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) emerged when workers preferred the convenience of using their personal smartphones for business. Employers appreciated the cost savings, but security issues and durability have become a major concern. 447 more words

Data Collection

Is Microsoft A Threat Again?

There are some (many?) who are elevating Microsoft to be “the new Apple”. Some position them as the greatest threat to Apple, Google and others when it comes to technology and things like content creation. 1,224 more words

Technology

Wireless and Mobile Computing

Mobile Computing is a technology that allows transmission of data, voice and video via a computeror any other wireless enabled device without having to be connected to a fixed physical link. 185 more words

Wireless And Mobile Computing