Posts Tagged ‘Face’

 

Wireless competition in Canada faces hurdles with possible sale of new players

MONTREAL - Canada's wireless industry could face a major shakeup that would threaten competition if new players like Wind Mobile, Mobilicity and Public Mobile moved ahead with plans to sell their companies, telecom analysts said Friday.

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Evernote saves some face, adds two-factor authentication

Due to the monumental security breach Evernote suffered recently, the company decided to adopt two-factor authentication and avoid future password attacks.

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Facebook's about-face over Instagram

Instagram user backlash leads to backpedaling, while Facebook goes after user bucks. Also: the Apple-Samsung patent spat continues. Originally posted at News - Business Tech

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LDRA Technology Inc. Joins the Future Airborne Capability Environment Consortium

SAN BRUNO, Calif.----LDRA with its DO-178B/C verification tools and certification expertise joins FACE Consortium to help deliver FACE conformant applications. LDRA tool suite will also enforce FACE technical standard.

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BlackBerry-maker RIM: BB10 or bust?

BlackBerry-maker RIM will face questions Thursday on when the make-or-break BB10 smartphone will finally hit the shelves. Will it be in time to save them?

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Why the Data Communications Bill is proportionate, measured and necessary

Data-sharing Czar Sir Bonar Neville-Kingdom defends Her Majesty's Government's internet monitoring plans in the face of "self-righteous conspiracy theorists".

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Google’s glasses embed the web in your reality

Google Inc is getting into the eyewear business with a pair of thin wraparound shades that puts the company's web services in your face.

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Is the World Trade Organization doing enough .

To protect the economies of least developed and developing countries? Essentially, the WTO is a place where member governments go, to try to sort out the trade problems they face with each other.

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Uae: Tweeting Rumors Can Land You Three Years In Jail

The UAE is now enforcing legislation that aims to combat the spread of rumors through social media, and asserts perpetrators could face three to ten years in prison for doing so. (1 hour ago)

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Apple Investigated in France Over iPhone Location Data

The company continues to face criticism over its tracking feature. (24 hours ago)

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