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With the next major update for Windows Phone 7 having reached the all-important RTM milestone just a few days ago, and a new build (7712) of Mango being delivered to developers this week too, there’s...
Just hours after Apple Inc. released a Windows version of Safari on Monday, security researchers had uncovered more than half a dozen vulnerabilities in the browser beta, including at least three that could let attackers...
The Wi-Fi Alliance's recent announcement that it will begin certifying products using the 802.11n Draft 2.0 specification starting in June is expected to help enhance customer confidence over pre-N products and therefore boost sales of...