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Search Tags: smartphones
Retailers are working to make their mobile sites easier to navigate.
The service says it's getting closer to determining the path forward for issuing smartphones to soldiers in the field. It's something the service says could eventually provide warfighters with an all-in-one platform for training, battlefield communications and more.
GovInfoSecurity reports on a new application for smartphones designed to recruit cybersecurity professionals.
MACE program taking commercial technology and modifying it to make it more secure and rugged. The Army is asking for vendor ideas on how to do this and what apps are possible in theater.
Auditors look at how 24 agencies secure their wireless networks and find some progress, but many of the same problems that GAO found in 2005.
Scientists and students at the University of Maryland have developed a Video 911 app for smartphones.
Many popular smartphone applications release consumers' personal information without their knowledge.
Metro Transit Police are warning riders to be smart about when and where they use personal electronic devices.
Down time is so last decade. Researchers want to know if we'll suffer from it in those to come.
Tags: Andrew Mollenbeck