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VMware, Trend Micro offer unified approach to enterprise mobile security with new partnership

To fight a growing number of mobile security threats, Trend Micro Incorporated announced Monday that it has joined the VMware Mobile Security Alliance, and will integrate its cybersecurity solutions into VMware products to help IT leaders manage and protect mobile devices across their business. Trend Micro’s Mobile Security for Enterprise solution will integrate with VMware Workspace ONE and VMware AirWatch. ...

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Spotify denies promoting 'fake artists'

Music streaming service Spotify has denied that some of its playlists contain music tracks by “fake artists”. A music industry publication listed 50 artists it claimed were not real. They have racked up millions of streams by appearing on mood-based playlists such as Sleep and Ambient Chill, but many have no other visible profile. However, one industry expert told the ...

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Why RED's take on the smartphone could be a game changer

Image: RED Remember back when Amazon released a phone? The Fire Phone promised to reinvent the way we used our mobile devices. With supposedly seamless integration with Amazon and a purportedly astounding new 3D interfaces, the phone flopped more than the sweat from Ted Buckland’s forehead when being shouted down by Dr. Bob Kelso. Scrub that image. Let’s talk about ...

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Somalia internet outage is 'major disaster'

Somalia’s government says an ongoing internet outage is costing the country $10m (£7.7m) each day. The outage affects southern Somalia, and was caused by damage to an undersea fibre-optic cable more than two weeks ago. Somali Post and Telecommunications Minister Abdi Anshur Hassan has called the incident a “major disaster”, costing Somalia “more than $130m”. He said the cable was ...

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Russia causing 'cyber-space mayhem', says ex-GCHQ boss

Media playback is unsupported on your device Russian authorities are a threat to democracy, former GCHQ director Robert Hannigan has said. There was “a disproportionate amount of mayhem in cyber-space” coming from the country, he told the BBC. Mr Hannigan urged people to “push back” against the behaviour of the Russian state, adding some form of cyber-retaliation may be necessary ...

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Nokia 'regrets' Withings health app backlash

Nokia says it is “regrettable” that problems with its Health Mate fitness-tracking app have frustrated users. Nokia took over health tech firm Withings in 2016 and recently replaced the Withings Health Mate app with a Nokia-branded version. Health Mate has been downloaded more than one million times from app stores. But many users have left one-star reviews, saying the new ...

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Tesla's Elon Musk tweets new photos of latest car, the Model 3

Tesla co-founder and chief executive Elon Musk has shared the first images of the electric car company’s Model 3 after it came off the assembly line. Mr Musk tweeted a picture captioned “First Production Model 3” on Saturday. The entrepreneur followed it up with another Model 3 photo, this time in colour, outside the Tesla factory site in California. The ...

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The coming battle over 'net neutrality'

This week some of the internet’s most popular websites will look quite different, as they participate in a day of action on Wednesday 12 July to oppose changes to US rules which govern net neutrality. Sites such as Netflix and Amazon are joining with civil liberty groups in a co-ordinated protest, and activists are already sharing viral content on Twitter, ...

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Living dragonfly drones take flight

Draper’s Dragonfl-eye is a living dragonfly with a solar-powered backpack that can control its movements using light pulses. By genetically engineering the “steering neurons” of the dragonfly, researchers hope to be able to use the insect to get to areas larger drones cannot reach. BBC Click finds out more. See more at Click’s website and @BBCClick. 0SHARESShare Tweet Click here ...

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US laptop ban lifted on Kuwait Airways and Royal Jordanian

Kuwait Airways and Royal Jordanian have become the latest Middle Eastern airlines to let passengers take laptops in the cabin on US-bound flights. Both carriers said they had worked with US officials to tighten security checks on flights from Kuwait and Jordan. The US imposed the ban in March on direct flights from eight mainly Muslim countries to address fears ...

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