A billionaire has joined the masses.Bill Gates, co-founder and former CEO of Microsoft, revealed in a weekend interview with Fox News Sunday that he is a recent convert to the software of a long-time business rival. Not Apple, but Google.”I happen to use all Windows-based PCs,” Gates told Fox…
Link: Bill Gates Uses an Android Phone
Ibiza White FM — a radio station located in the heart of Ibiza — have just released brand-new apps for Android and iOS so you can listen to some of the Ibiza’s biggest stars and find out what’s happening on the White Isle on the go, all year round.Located at Tantra in the heart of the trendy…
Link: Ibiza White FM launches Android and iOS apps
ISC StormCast for Wednesday, September 27th 2017
A daily summary of cyber security news from the SANS Internet Storm Center
Author:Johannes B. Ullrich, Ph.D.
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Created: Wednesday, September 27th 2017
Length: 5:18 minutes
Link: SANS ISC Stormcast: Daily Network Security News Summary; Cyber Security Podcast
When the founder of the company that brought the Windows Phone to the world has said that he’s switched to another platform, maybe it’s time to really call it a day (well, technically, they already did). Bill Gates has admitted in an interview with Fox News that he is now using an Android smartphone, which also reveals his continued disinterest in Apple products.
Link: Bill Gates has now switched to an Android smartphone (sorry Apple)
IOActive’s review of 21 of the most used mobile apps for investment trading shows a majority of them exposing users to various security risks. Many of the most popular mobile investment trading applications that people use to buy and sell stocks, monitor positions, and conduct other transactions are riddled with vulnerabilities that have left them wide open to malicious abuse, according to research released today by IOActive.
Link: Popular Mobile Trading Apps Riddled With Vulnerabilities, Security Firm Warns
Bill Gates now uses an Android phone. The billionaire Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) founder told Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace he recently switched to a mobile device that runs Google’s Android software. The company officially killed off its Windows Phone line and software in July, due largely to…
Link: Bill Gates just switched to an Android phone
An analysis of popular mobile stock trading apps showed that many of them are vulnerable to hacker attacks due to the existence of flaws and the lack of important security features. IOActive researcher Alejandro Hernández tested a total of 21 widely used stock trading applications for Android and iOS.
Link: Vulnerabilities Found in Many Mobile Stock Trading Apps