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Android malware using TOR anonymity network makes a debut

Using TOR makes it more difficult to trace the command-and-control server

BlackBerry CEO says company is here to compete, regain lost ground

John Chen announces a new version of BES, free licenses for customers switching, and new pricing.

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Windows Phone to get long-awaited enterprise update

The update brings a lot of new security options to enterprise users and will be here soon, Microsoft said

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Exploring Office for tablets, Microsoft's massive missing piece

Halfway through the first quarter of 2014, Microsoft's 'touch first' version of Office is still nowhere to be found.

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Dell's Wyse Cloud Connect PC-on-a-stick turns any display into a computer

Dell's pocket PC is powered by Android, but plays nice with desktop virtualization services from Citrix, Microsoft, and VMWare.

Telefónica launches global Wi-Fi service with in-flight coverage for pro road warriors

Universal Wi-Fi service offers coverage in 110 countries using more than 1.3 million hotspots

New software tools help developers create Bitcoin-friendly Android apps

A new SDK lets Android developers easily accept Bitcoin payments in their apps

Dying BlackBerry recommits to the physical keyboard

BlackBerry rededicates itself to physical keyboards as the company tries to get out of a death spiral.

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Motorola Solutions buys IP push-to-talk vendor to span PCs, phones, radios

Twisted Pair’s Wave PTT system isn't not limited to one carrier or type of technology. It’s designed to let workers in offices and in the field join the same instant-calling groups.

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Chromebooks charge into business market, capture 20% of commercial notebooks

According to NPD, tablets continued their push to replace the PC market. But so did Chromebooks, with great effect. But neither traditional PC -- Macs or Windows -- showed growth.

BlackBerry CEO: We'd love to try iOS, Android

John Chen said he's very interested in taking the BlackBerry experience to rival platforms.

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5 last-minute high-tech gifts for road warriors

Make the miles more productive for the business traveler in your life with these gadgets and accessories.

Corporate-owned smartphones are back in vogue

A larger share of smartphones used for business purposes were corporate-owned in Q3, indicating that businesses want full control over mobile phones and apps.