That's a change from the PC-centric era Microsoft dominated in the late 1990s, when neither Bill Gates nor Ballmer had to sweat to convince developers that it made sense to make Windows their top priority. Back then, technology for technology's sake was enough to get people energized. "Today, because of the multiplatform world, developers pay more attention to the business and they read things they didn't used to read," said Tim O'Brien, the executive in charge of the Developer Platform Evangelism Group at Microsoft. "When it was a 96 percent Microsoft share world, there wasn't much question about what they would do."The new CEO promises developers gathered for annual Build confab in San Francisco that Microsoft can offer them the tools they need to compete in increasingly cross-platform world.
On his blog, Gunasekera explains how PhoneSnoop works, "PhoneSnoop sets up a PhoneListener and waits for an incoming call from a specific number, Once it detects a call from that specific number, it automatically answers the victims' phone and puts the phone into SpeakerPhone mode," he writes, US-CERT said BlackBerry users should only download applications from trusted sources and password protect and lock the devices to prevent someone from installing unwanted software, The issue of BlackBerry snooping made headlines this summer when Etisalat, a carrier in the United Arab Emirates, sent SMS messages to BlackBerry subscribers encouraging them to download a patch that security protective hardshell case for apple iphone xr - hollyhock experts said was spyware..
But Kaspersky Lab begged to differ with DiBona's view. Unlike on iOS and RIM, Android malware continues to grow at a rapid rate. Given Android's huge success, this does not come as a surprise as it's only natural for cyber-criminals to gravitate toward it. This exponential growth curve of malware for Android is extremely similar to that which we've seen for Windows malware, and while Android anti-malware products are still not a necessity like they are on PCs, users should strongly consider using them if they're concerned about the information they store on their devices and the security transactions they perform with it.
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Velocity Micro Cruz Tablethttp://reviews.cnet.com/tablets/velocity-micro-cruz-tablet/4505-3126_7-34451903.html. Smart Playlist for Android (re: Ep 54) – Christopher “On Ep 54, Antuan mentioned smart playlists on itunes and how he wants something similar on Android. Smart playlists are the reason I always use my iPod Touch for music and why I have been hesitant towards getting an Android phone instead of an iPhone (I currently have an iPod Touch and EEE Pad Transformer). However, I was looking for an easy way to transfer podcasts from iTunes to my Transformer when I found an app called iSyncr. It can sync with iTunes and transfer smart playlists along with play counts and ratings, both ways. It even allows you to make your own smart playlists on the app, which it calls “”Live Lists”". This makes it much better than doubleTwist, although the ui is not as nice. It also has a wireless sync add-on as doubleTwist has, which is a feature I had been wanting with iOS, and is finally coming in iOS 5. Well, I hope I helped Antuan find what he was looking for. Love the show.
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