Microsoft’s expected Surface Pro with LTE: Possible specs, pricing leak

Microsoft officials said earlier this year that the company would deliver at some point, a Surface Pro device with built-in cellular support. If leaks are right, that Intel Core i5 device may be landing fairly soon. Credit: Misco Sources have been pointing to Microsoft doing a lower-key Surface launch this Fall, with a new Surface Pro with LTE being one… Read more →

Google’s HTC deal: Can Google learn from its Motorola miscues?

Google is serious about manufacturing its own hardware…again. Google will reportedly buy HTC’s smartphone operations and intellectual property in a move that foreshadows that it is serious about integrating software and hardware and selling premium devices on multiple fronts. The purchase of HTC’s division isn’t likely amount to much–HTC is valued at $1.9 billion–but Google would acquire a supply chain,… Read more →

Google and Motorola debut Android One Moto X4 for Project Fi

Moto X4 for Android One (Image: Google/Motorola) Google’s Android One program is bringing its first smartphone to Project Fi, with the Moto X from Motorola. You can pre-order it on the Project Fi website starting today in black or silver. Read this Google to launch Android One outside of India with more hardware partners A handful of handset makers have… Read more →

2017’s biggest hacks, leaks, and data breaches — so far

Security New to iOS 11? Change these privacy and security settings right now Source Article from’s biggest hacks, leaks, and data breaches — so far blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNet×144.png

Veritas can reach APAC customers via GDPR

LAS VEGAS, USA–With the deadline for compliance nearing, the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) offers opportunities for data management vendors such as Veritas Technologies to reach out and grow their enterprise customer base in Asia-Pacific. Many businesses in the region remained uncertain about how the new laws would impact them and how they could ensure compliance, said Gurpal Singh,… Read more →

Unisys: Micro-segmentation and AI in the security wake of Equifax

The Equifax security breach is on everyone’s mind. Equifax has broken our trust and made clear that security is everyone’s problem — ultimately, no one is immune to the effects of poor computer security. With Equifax in mind, it’s time to talk trust and security. To dive deep, I invited the chief trust officer of Unisys, Tom Patterson, to be… Read more →

Pixelbook leak: Google’s new high-end Chromebook expected October 4

CNET Chromebooks compared: New and upcoming Chrome OS laptops Read More Top 5 things to consider before buying a Chromebook According to Droid Life, on October 4, Google will release the first new retail version of the Chromebook Pixel since 2015, the Pixelbook. The Chomebook Pixel was the Rolls-Royce of Chromebooks. It was faster, more powerful, and came with a… Read more →

US Air Force plots IT overhaul, aims for cloud

The French military trained eagles to take down terrorist drones Securing Your Mobile Enterprise iPhone X vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Based on their specs, which flagship makes the better business phone? Read More The US Air Force, in the midst of a series of cloud migrations designed to overhaul its aging IT infrastructure, has awarded a $1 billion contract… Read more →

Kaspersky Lab secures contract with Brazilian Armed Forces

Kaspersky finds backdoor in business software that left hundreds of companies vulnerable Kaspersky Lab has won a tender to supply cybersecurity tools to the Brazilian Air Forces. After a “complex public competition” through local channel partner EsyWorld, the Russian company said it underwent a “rigorous evaluation process” to establish whether its software offerings were fit for purpose. The contract has… Read more →

Facing complaints, Microsoft adopts a kinder, gentler Windows 10 upgrade pace

Windows 10 after two years: Was the upgrade worth it? In the first year after releasing Windows 10, Microsoft seemed hellbent on pushing its new operating system onto every device it saw. That strategy turned out to be counterproductive, with some customers howling in pain over forced upgrades that caused compatibility problems. The blowback from a German consumer agency was… Read more →

Why I love the Files app in iOS 11: iPads can finally replace notebooks

Video: How to customize Control Center in iOS 11 I’ve always found a lot to love about tablet computers and iPads in particular. Light weight, long battery life, excellent displays, low-cost apps, are all things I like and want. But I could never pull the trigger on replacing my MacBook Airs or my newest notebook, a loaded MacBook. Why? My… Read more →

HTC suspends trading, Google acquisition rumors blaze to life

HTC HTC has suspended trading on the stock exchange amidst rumors of a takeover by Google. Securing Your Mobile Enterprise iPhone X vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Based on their specs, which flagship makes the better business phone? Read More A statement issued by the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) was scant on details but did say that the trading of… Read more →