• Apple Gave Up User Data In 82% Of Feds' Requests

    Apple Gave Up User Data In 82% Of Feds' Requests

    31, fulfilling 82% of US authorities' 1,015 requests to access user accounts, Apple stated in its report.Most of these requests center on lost or stolen Apple devices, with authorities requesting customer contact information that is used to register an Apple device.
  • Wearables At Work: 9 Security Steps Worth Taking

    Wearables At Work: 9 Security Steps Worth Taking

    Healthcare and fitness devices are the most popular options today, followed by smartwatches and smart glasses, according to a recent survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).Meanwhile, some companies are issuing fitness devices as part of wellness programs to reduce health insurance costs.
  • Samsung's Game Launcher App Reported to Receive UI Update, New Features

    Samsung's Game Launcher App Reported to Receive UI Update, New Features

    Reported by SamMobile, the Game Launcher application for select Samsung Galaxy devices will soon receive an update, bringing with it new features for gamers to take advantage of.According to the information received, once Game Launcher is updated, users will see a new UI for popular titles, as well as trending titles that players may want to try out.
  • 12 Types Of Data IT Can't Afford To Overlook

    12 Types Of Data IT Can't Afford To Overlook

    It doesn't matter what your universe of data is � enterprise data or a combination of internal and external data sources � important nuggets of information may be missing.This includes creating consistent and comprehensive customer profiles across the board," said Dominik Dahlem, lead data scientist at customer intelligence cloud platform vendor Boxever.
  • Rio Olympics Will Test Atos's IT Systems, Cloud Infrastructure

    Rio Olympics Will Test Atos's IT Systems, Cloud Infrastructure

    For Shailesh Chauhan, technical and IT security manager for the games' IT supplier, Atos SE, it's show time.) The availability of cloud servers gives Atos an ability to scale up, if viewers start demanding more information services, he said.
  • Rio Olympics Will Test Atos's IT Systems, Cloud Infrastructure

    Rio Olympics Will Test Atos's IT Systems, Cloud Infrastructure

    For Shailesh Chauhan, technical and IT security manager for the games' IT supplier, Atos SE, it's show time.) The availability of cloud servers gives Atos an ability to scale up, if viewers start demanding more information services, he said.
  • Weather Underground (for iPhone)

    Weather Underground (for iPhone)

    Instead of the lush, photographic backdrops of Yahoo and the Weather Channel, Weather Underground is just text and solid colors.Note that despite the different names, both the Weather Channel app and Weather Underground are owned by The Weather Company.