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New security features in El Capitan & iOS 9

Macs might not* get viruses but that doesn't mean that Apple isn't taking secutiry seriously in OS X El Capitan *Not entirely true

Chrysler recalls 1.4M vehicles after Jeep hack

After revelations that some vehicles with UConnect radio systems could be hacked and controlled remotely, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles today issued a recall notice for 1.4 million vehicles to fix the security hole.

Oracle and Google may be headed back to court next spring

Oracle and Google have each proposed dates next spring for a new jury trial in their dispute over Google's use of Java in Android.

Researchers disclose four unpatched vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer

Security researchers published limited details about four unpatched vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer because Microsoft has not moved quickly enough to fix them.

Microsoft announces new enterprise mobility services

The Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) has announced the addition of security products Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA) and Azure Rights Management Support for Office for iPad and iPhone.

Windows 10 Build 10240 is what you'll find on Windows 10 PCs

If you have Windows 10 Build 10240, congratulations. You have the "final" Release to Manufacturing (RTM) build of Windows 10.

Chrome 44 brings the Physical Web to iPhone, iPad

Google recently released Chrome 44 for iOS, an update that offers support for the company's Physical Web project, as well as some handy navigation features to the iPhone and iPad.

Office for iOS adds support for bi-directional languages, better sharing and more

Microsoft's Office suite for iOS picked up a host of new updates Thursday morning, including a few features designed to help people better share and collaborate on documents.

HP introduce big data analytics for Service Anywhere

HP introduce big data capabilities to HP Service Anywhere, the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) IT service management (ITSM) solution.

Hacker: 'Hundreds of thousands' of vehicles are at risk of attack

A security expert who recently demonstrated he could hack into a Jeep and control its most vital functions said the same could be done with hundreds of thousands of other vehicles on the road today.

7 Apps By The Indian Government You Need to Use

There are over hundreds of government initiated apps for Android, Apple and Windows devices. With Narendra Modi’s Digital India initiative, the government has released several new feature-rich smartphone applications.

Mahindra Group Maps Mobility with an App

Mahindra Group has launched an all-purpose mobile app, a company-wide initiative, to improve mobility adoption by its employees.

How to pick a project management methodology

With so many different -- and in some cases, overlapping -- approaches to managing the complexities of any given program, how can you know which one is right for your project, team or organization?

Startup launches big data-as-a-service

For many enterprises, big data is hard and slow. Procurement and deployment of data infrastructure can be both expensive and difficult to scale at the pace that data volumes can grow. A startup founded by former Netezza executives says that the answer to these data engineering woes is the cloud.

JRuby upgrade promises better performance

JRuby, a veteran among languages other than Java riding atop the JVM, will be upgraded Wednesday with the release of JRuby 9000.

Here's what the worst Windows 10 phones will have for tech specs

If you're wondering what a low-budget Windows 10 smartphone might look like, Microsoft's minimum requirements provide some clues.

Honda Joins List of Carmakers Embedding Apple CarPlay, Android Auto

Honda this week became the latest automaker to announce it will offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as native features in its 2016 Accord lineup.

Patch Tuesday: Not dead yet

Even though Microsoft won't say if it plans to end its 12-year practice of providing security patches on the same day each month to everyone, security experts have concluded that Patch Tuesday isn't going anywhere.

Windows testers who haven't updated to the latest build will lose Store access

Microsoft wants people who are testing Windows 10 to update to the latest version of the operating system, and the company has provided an important incentive: anyone running an older version of the OS will be unable to access the Windows Store, starting Friday.

'There's something wrong if your organization doesn't have a CISO yet'

The former Gartner fellow and Chief Evangelist at Metric Stream, French Caldwell tells us about what's the worst that can happen to organizations with little or no GRC guidelines.

2 experimental apps from Microsoft Garage you need to test drive

Microsoft Garage is a division of the software maker that lets its interns, employees and groups of staffers experiment with ideas and tinker with apps -- some of which don't even run on Windows devices. Send (iOS only) and InstaNote (Windows Phone only) are two recent, and free, Garage apps that are worth a look.

7 social media mistakes job seekers must avoid

Social media can be a fun part of your day. You get to interact with friends, family and strangers -- and maybe if you're lucky, get a retweet from your favorite celebrity. But as much as you may like to put yourself out there, it can be easy to forget that your public social media accounts are just that: public.

The cloud is too hard, so Intel launched a sweeping project to fix it

Intel has kicked off a broad effort to speed the adoption of the modern cloud infrastructure, which it says has been slow to take off because the software is complex and takes too long to deploy.

Microsoft follows Google in revenge porn crackdown

Microsoft will provide a web form to submit removal requests for links to intimate content or video that appear on its search site Bing.

Thankless Task: 55% of IT Admins Say Colleagues Fail to Acknowledge Support

ManageEngine marks System Administrator Day with ‘Know Your Sysadmin’ campaign.

There is Not a Single Centre Ready Today in India to Host a 5 Petaflop Machine: Rajesh Chhabra, Altair Engineering

Even though the Indian government is making efforts to advance the high-performance computing sector, Rajesh Chhabra of Altair Engineering feels there are severe challenges.

Bug exposes OpenSSH servers to brute-force password guessing attacks

A bug in OpenSSH, the most popular software for secure remote access to UNIX-based systems, could allow attackers to bypass authentication retry restrictions and execute many password guesses.

Microsoft presses 'Send': a new mobile app for quick office communications

E-mail may still be the dominant tool for office communications in many companies today, but Microsoft on Wednesday unveiled a mobile-minded alternative that's focused primarily on short, quick messages.

Windows 10's decade of support starts when customer begins using the OS

Microsoft will provide feature and functionality updates and upgrades to Windows 10 for a full decade from the time the OS is purchased, an analyst briefed by the company said.

Dogs and cats, living together: Google Drive comes to Office

Never thought you'd see the day, did you? Google Drive is coming to Microsoft Office.

US court says 'pocket-dialed' calls are not private

A federal appeals court in Ohio has ruled that a person who accidentally "pocket dials" someone shouldn't expect any overheard conversation to be considered private.

Surface's boss now oversees all high-end Microsoft devices

Microsoft is turning to the head of its Surface tablets as the company tries to bring smartphone sales to life.

Google Maps' new 'Your Timeline' feature helps you track your travel history

Google is rolling out a new "Your Timeline" feature for Maps over the coming weeks that is certain to thrill some folks--and horrify others.

Indian ICT Hardware Market Stands at $15.87 billion: MAIT Annual Industry Performance Review

Phablets reported a phenomenal growth of 527 percent largely due to low cost and big screen size phones. On the other hand, tablet has witnessed a slight growth of 4 percent when compared to the huge growth in the last three years. And smartphone sales have increased by 33 percent over the last year and stood at 69.67 million.

India Post Simplifies Deliveries with Technological Integration

K Balasubramanian, Deputy Director General-Technology, India Post, talks about the technological integration with e-commerce companies for same-day deliveries.

Hackers figure out how to seize control of a car from anywhere

A pair of well-known hackers have proven that they can take over a car's vital functions--including brakes and acceleration--from anywhere with an Internet connection.

Drones being trialled to tackle Australia's pest problem

Trials are currently underway in rural Queensland and New South Wales to utilise military-grade drones to help tackle Australia's expensive pest problem.

Microsoft patches Windows zero-day found in Hacking Team's leaked docs

Microsoft issued one of its sporadic emergency security updates to patch a vulnerability in Windows -- including the yet-to-be-released Windows 10 -- uncovered by researchers sifting through emails leaked after a breach of Hacking Team.

AshleyMadison hack threatens to out 37 million adulterers

The hacking group are unhappy about the company's Full Delete feature.

Windows RT users shouldn't expect much from Update 3, report claims

Microsoft hasn't said much about the Windows RT update that's coming in September, but a new report says users should prepare for disappointment.

Google slams proposed export controls on security tools

A proposed set of software export controls, including controls on selling hacking software outside the U.S., are "dangerously broad and vague," Google said Monday.

Space X Dragon spacecraft to get survival software update

Space X is giving its Dragon spacecraft a software upgrade so it might be able to save itself in the event of a rocket explosion.

Airbnb sharpens its focus on businesses with new software suite

More than 250 companies have signed on with Airbnb’s Business Travel program since its launch a year ago, but on Monday the home-sharing service launched a new product suite in the hopes of growing that customer segment further.

Google removes medical marijuana app from Play store

Google has removed from its Play store an app that allowed California residents to purchase medical marijuana from growers.

No more new Windows 10 Insiders, for now

If you were hoping to join the Windows Insider program, you'll now have to wait until after Windows 10 launches.

Ashley Madison hack exposes IT details and customer records

On Sunday, a group calling themselves Impact Team leaked documents and other data taken from Avid Life Media, the company behind the adult playgrounds of Ashley Madison, Cougar Life, Established Men, and others.

6 tips for re-entering the workforce and competing with millennials

According to a study from The Hartford, 55 percent of Gen X workers, typically aged 32 to 46, feel their generation is ignored in the workplace, and 70 percent say that millennials, generally aged 18 to 31, are given too much attention.

10 Most Powerful Supercomputers on the Planet

Top500’s bi-annual list of the most powerful supercomputers is out and it shows little variation from the previous list.