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Tony is principal analyst with the Bradley Strategy Group, providing analysis and insight on tech trends. He is a prolific writer on a range of technology topics, has authored a number of books, and is a frequent speaker at industry events.

Lookout study: hackers target mobile attacks by region

Mobile security report finds cyber criminals adapt practices to maximize profits and minimize detection.

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One tweak can make your Windows PC virtually invulnerable

A study from Avecto found that almost all of the vulnerabilities reported by Microsoft in 2013 could be mitigated with one easy change to user privileges.

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Report finds iOS apps riskier than Android apps

A study from Appthority of security and risky behavior in mobile apps yields some concerning results.

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Time machines: take charge of your life with these time trackers

If you frequently wonder where the time goes, look no further than these tools.

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5 cool OneNote features you're probably not using

OneNote is good for more than text-heavy to-do lists. These overlooked features help you manage meetings, organize content, record video and more.

Yahoo Mail hack teaches a valuable lesson

The recent hack of Yahoo Mail is a great opportunity to stress common sense security practices.

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The top 5 security threats to watch for in 2014

Duck now: We're already knee-deep in data breaches, and this year also brings the imminent demise of Windows XP support and the certain rise of mobile malware.

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Retailer data breach trend not likely to end soon

Target, Nieman-Marcus and Michael's breaches are probably the tip of the iceberg and a sign of things to come.

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Your backup drive needs a backup plan: Three ways to safeguard the data

Files on your backup drive may be as vulnerable as those on your PC, unless you take some important precautions.

South Korea wireless speed leaves U.S. service in the dust

South Korean wireless service providers are rolling out exponentially faster broadband than what we have in the US.

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LogMeIn just logged everyone out of free service

LogMeIn abruptly announced the end of its LogMeIn Free with a note to customers today.

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Target breach notifications are a perfect example of what not to do

It’s bad enough that Target allowed more than 100 million accounts to be compromised, but the retailer's response to the breach is an exercise in poor judgment.

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Never get caught without a charging cable

Make sure you have a charging cable handy when you need it to recharge your mobile device.

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VIPorbit now offering VIPsync and Backup My Stuff services for free

VIPorbit makes it easier to keep all of your contact and calendar data in sync.

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Box overhauls iOS apps and offers 50GB of free storage for life

Revamp brings intuitive interface, faster document rendering, and progressive loading of photos.