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Thunderstrike 2: Mac firmware worm details
This is the annotated transcript of our DefCon 23/BlackHat 2015 talk, which presented the full details of Thunderstrike 2, the first firmware worm for Apple's Macs that can spread via both software or Thunderbolt hardware accessories and writes itself to the boot flash on the system's (...)
[OSNews]

Worldwide Tablet Market Continues to Decline; Vendor Landscape is Evolving, According to IDC
The worldwide tablet market declined -7.0% year over year in the second quarter of 2015 (2Q15) with shipments totaling 44.7 million units according to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation ( IDC ) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker . Marked by little hardware innovation and (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Worldwide Tablet Market Continues to Decline; Vendor Landscape is Evolving, According to IDC
The worldwide tablet market declined -7.0% year over year in the second quarter of 2015 (2Q15) with shipments totaling 44.7 million units according to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation ( IDC ) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker . Marked by little hardware innovation and (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

If phones were designed to please their owners
BoingBoing posted a short movie by The MIT Media Lab's Knotty Objects group and noted hardware hacker Bunny Huang ask the question, "What if phones were designed to please their owners, rather than corporations?" In Southern China, where the majority of the world's mobile phones are made, (...)
[OSNews]

Why Linux Is More Practical Than OS X
How can we pass up a title like that? The article takes an interesting approach on practicality. Linux's pros: it runs on so many kinds of hardware, installing software is easy, variety of file managers and desktop environments. The Mac is popular because is has "strong software titles" and (...)
[OSNews]

Microsoft Dumping Windows Phone, Nokia
In a move that shouldn't surprise OSNews readers that much, Microsoft is writing off most of what it acquired from Nokia less than two years ago and will be laying off 7,800 people in its hardware division. According to Ars: "The hardware division includes the lion’s share of former Nokia (...)
[OSNews]

Microsoft announces restructuring of phone hardware business
Microsoft Corp. today announced plans to restructure the company's phone hardware business to better focus and align resources. Microsoft also announced the reduction of up to 7,800 positions, primarily in the phone business. As a result, the company will record an impairment charge of (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Microsoft announces restructuring of phone hardware business
Microsoft Corp. today announced plans to restructure the company's phone hardware business to better focus and align resources. Microsoft also announced the reduction of up to 7,800 positions, primarily in the phone business. As a result, the company will record an impairment charge of (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Microsoft announces restructuring of phone hardware business
Microsoft Corp. today announced plans to restructure the company's phone hardware business to better focus and align resources. Microsoft also announced the reduction of up to 7,800 positions, primarily in the phone business. As a result, the company will record an impairment charge of (...)
[WebWire Telecommunications]

Microsoft announces restructuring of phone hardware business
Microsoft Corp. today announced plans to restructure the company's phone hardware business to better focus and align resources. Microsoft also announced the reduction of up to 7,800 positions, primarily in the phone business. As a result, the company will record an impairment charge of (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

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