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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

The 19 most maddening security questions

Samsung emerges as Apple's chief rival in innovation | Internet Explorer users: Don't call them dumb

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The 19 most maddening security questions
For all the knowledge our security guru has soaked up during his years in the trenches, he is still confounded by several questions. See if these security puzzlers baffle you too. Read More


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Samsung emerges as Apple's chief rival in innovation
It produced the first plausible Android tablet, it's debuted exciting pen computing tech, and is pressing into the smartphone space later this year. But can Samsung sustain this commitment to creative new mobile products? Read More

Internet Explorer users: Don't call them dumb
If you want to prove something with numbers, there's an obscure survey somewhere that will do the trick nicely. The latest aims -- again -- at Internet Explorer users. Read More




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