Posts Tagged ‘Target’

 

Samsung Armors Android to Take On BlackBerry

Samsung, which continues to vex Apple, now has another target: the BlackBerry. The New York Times reports.

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Blackberry, Not Apple, Is Samsung's Latest Target

Samsung, which continues to vex Apple, now has another target: the BlackBerry. The New York Times reports.

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Brightstar and MarketSource to become Target Mobile service partners

We mentioned this morning that RadioShack and Target were going their separate ways with regards to their mobile service operation as of April 8. The two retailers were unable to come to an agreement to continue operating their mobile services partnership moving forward. The reason

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Cellphone companies want to put towers atop churches

Cellphone providers have a new target: Churches and other houses of worship.

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LDRA and IAR Systems Target IEC 61508 and IEC 62304 Certification of Small-footprint Architectures

WIRRAL, England----LDRA's interface to IAR Embedded Workbench ensures even the small, resource-constrained ARM, 8051, AVR, M32C and MSP430 can meet stringent IEC 62304, IEC 61508 and DO-178 certification requirements.

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Samsung Galaxy S3: Price Slashed to $149.99 with AT&T Contract

Target and Amazon Wireless have slashed the prices for the next-gen Galaxy smartphone as part of their carrier upgrade plans.

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Thieves Target Smartphone Users On San Francisco Muni Buses

The San Francisco Police Department is urging Muni riders to be aware of their surroundings as thieves target their smartphones.

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Hackers target Nasdaq website

A Nasdaq OMX Group spokesman confirmed that the website was target of a denial-of-service attack.

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Why Are Apple and Target Falling Into Each Others’ Arms?

Apple gains distribution and Target reaps prestige. Everybody wins.

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Google Hackers Said to Target Password System April 20

April 20 -- A breach of Google Inc.'s computer systems that led the company to shut down its censored search service in China targeted a password system that controls access to almost all of the company's Web services, according to the New York Times.

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