Mirai Botnet almost takes Liberia completely offline, Android reaches an 88% marketshare, Brexit may involve a Parliament vote, Microsoft to roll out its Unified Update Platform, a hacker from Berlin causes a printer to intercept calls/texts, Android for Work demo peeks out from behind the curtain, and discussions on ultrasonic signal tracking and physical plant management/security.
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- Mirai botnet attackers are trying to knock an entire country offline
- 88 percent of mobile devices are now Android
- Just when we thought Brexit was a done deal....
- Shorterm Memory is no match for machine learning
- A new court case is a real threat to the trans-atlantic data flow
- Why update the whole OS, let's do differential patching and that's what Microsoft is rolling out
- National Intelligence and the Homeland Security Department warns.
- The government is swapping apps at the new code.gov
- Julian Oliver likes spotting palm tree cell towers, but then built one into an old printer
- Netsuite Shares dip
- Android Management Experience
- Your phone can talk to advertisers beyond your back, beyond your audible spectrum.
- What's Going On with Beacons?
- FTC Delivers Mixed Warning on Location-Tracking
- Building Management Systems Contribute to Profitability
- BUILDING ENERGY MODELING
- Huawei talks up cloud ambition, rides IoT elevators with Schindler
- The future of analytics.
- blue pillar