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Erschienen am 14.2.2013
Gartner Says Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Declined 1.7 Percent in 2012 (Gartner)
„Huawei Reached No. 3 Spot in Worldwide Smartphone Sales Ranking. Apple and Samsung Increased Share to Control 52 Percent of Worldwide Smartphone Sales“
New vulnerability in latest versions of Adobe Reader is being exploited in the wild: Use another PDF reader (FireEye)
„We have been working with Adobe and have jointly agreed to refrain from posting the technical details of the zero-day at this time. This post was intended to serve as a warning to the general public.“
HP To Adopt Android For Upcoming Mobile Devices (, Taylor Wimberly, ReadWrite)
„Having failed to carve out a place for itself in the post-PC era, Hewlett-Packard is now taking drastic measures — by adopting Google’s Android operating system to run a series of upcoming mobile devices.“
Apple loses Brazilian iPhone trademark ruling (BBC)
„Brazilian regulators have ruled that Apple does not have exclusive rights to use the ‚iPhone‘ trademark in the country.“
Pentagon Inks Deal for Smartphone Tool That Scans Your Face, Eyes, Thumbs (Spencer Ackerman, Wired)
„The Defense Department has awarded a $3 million research contract to California-based AOptix to examine its ‚Smart Mobile Identity‘ biometrics identification package, Danger Room has learned“
Google engineers found over half the bugs in Microsoft’s latest security update (Adrianne Jeffries, The Verge)
Erst basht Microsoft Apple, jetzt Google Microsoft: 32 der 57 behobenen Schwachstellen
haben hat ein Google-Mitarbeiter aufgespürt.