A collection of notable security news items for the week ending July 3, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The Fourth of July weekend is here, and if this one is like previous years I'm going to get a flood of people asking me how to go about photographing firework displays with an iPhone. Well, here's what you need to know to do just that.
A top analyst explains how enterprise vendors can develop trust, the foundation for successful sales. It's a lesson for small and large technology vendors!
We don't often think about wireless carriers providing more than reliable service, but Verizon is working hard to actively provide emergency communications and opportunities for innovation.
New study predicts cloud-based development will be a team effort involving both business and IT. 'Developer visionaries' will lead the way, though.
This week in Windows Phone news we saw the Edge browser getting branded, rebuttal to claims that Microsoft will kill the phone business, and AOL took over Microsoft's ad business.
The touchscreen slider phone BlackBerry teased earlier this year may not have BlackBerry OS; reports indicate the Venice could be an Android handset.
The company has doubled its research headcount and creates new partnerships with academic institutions
News this week in iOS saw the release of iOS 8.4, word that Apple is giving better battery warranties, and that iPhone owners are more loyal than Samsung phone owners.
Apple is, as we've come to expect, tight-lipped as to how the new iPhone will differ from the existing offering. But where there's an information vacuum, there are no end of rumors and speculation ready to fill it.