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The beefier model will match the storage capacities available on Apple's iPhone.
Next version will improve memory management for users of add-ons and support Opus audio, developers say.
President Barack Obama says foreign adversaries could seek to exploit U.S. computer vulnerabilities, taking down vital banking systems, and that could cause a financial crisis.
The revamped platform allows users to view documents online in high definition and search, copy text to the clipboard, zoom and print without having to download their files.
Power companies and utilities will be able to use Termineter to identify and validate internal flaws that make the meters vulnerable to hacking and tampering.
A study shows that Americans value their personal data and don't want to give it away for free. They also want a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights.
Several members of Congress want to know how consumer privacy is protected when law enforcement buys customer usage records from carriers.
We're in for a "constant state of asymmetric warfare" that goes beyond traditional notions of war nation-states.
UPDATE: A refresh of the 2-year-old Office Web Apps suite, a rival to Google Docs, is available for testing.