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As of recently, you’d see maintainers researching and tracking information on smartphones, a breakthrough that allows more planes to be serviced.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has partnered with Samsung Electronics to develop a new approval process intended to help vendors create security technical implementation guides for their mobile devices. Terry Sherald, chief of DISA’s information assurance standards branch, led the development of the Samsung Knox STIG process so vendors can base their guides security guidesRead… Read more »
Samsung knocked off the king this quarter, but is it good enough for their bottom line? Here are our top tech stories for today! Please let us know if we missed anything. Samsung shipped 50.5M units in its Q2, the largest quarter ever for a smartphone manufacturer. In contrast, Apple shipped around 26M units. ThatRead… Read more »
Is the tablet stylus making a comeback? by Marguerite Reardon January 26, 2012 12:08 PM PST <:time class=datestamp> <:time class=datestamp>http://news.cnet.com/8301-30686_3-57366300-266/is-the-tablet-stylus-making-a-comeback/ Samsung Galaxy Note If indie bands can dress like Fleetwood Mac circa 1975, and women in New York City can sport leg warmers like “Flashdance” extras, why can’t Samsung bring back the stylus pen forRead… Read more »