Samsung and Cisco team up to bring Knox to AnyConnect enterprise VPN app

Samsung announced today that it has teamed up with Cisco to create “AnyConnect for Samsung KNOX,” an update to Cisco’s AnyConnect VPN app that now incorporates Samsung’s Knox security technology on enabled devices.



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Amazon UK cuts price of Fire Phone by up to 75 percent for one day only

If for some reason you’re still mulling over purchasing an Amazon Fire Phone, now is your chance to snag one on the cheap — so long as you live in the UK and use O2’s network. Amazon is currently running a lightning deal for the device that drops the price down to £99 off-contract for the 32GB version, a savings of 75 percent. Additionally, you can pick up the 64GB version for a slightly more expensive £149, a 69 percent savings.



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Amazon UK cuts price of Fire Phone by up to 75% for one day only

If for some reason you’re still mulling over purchasing an Amazon Fire Phone, now is your chance to snag one on the cheap — so long as you live in the UK and use O2’s network. Amazon is currently running a lightning deal for the device that drops the price down to £99 off-contract for the 32GB version, a savings of 75 percent. Additionally, you can pick up the 64GB version for a slightly more expensive £149, a 69 percent savings.



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Lessons learned in building a secure cloud product

Enterprises wanting to move to the cloud, or ensure the best results and return on their existing clouds, would do well to seek best practice guidance from the industry.

Source : Latest Blog for ZDNet http://www.zdnet.com/article/lessons-learned-in-building-a-secure-cloud-product/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

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This week’s sidebar poll: Which online video store do you use most?

Let’s stay in and order a movie…

Well, it’s a perfectly miserable day in the Northeastern U.S., and that makes it the perfect time to bust out some videos and hold yourself a marathon. That’s what I’m doing today — though for health reasons; it’s absolutely gorgeous here in Texas — and it got me thinking: which online video store to our readers use the most? Sure, Google Play comes standard on most devices, but if The Interview was able to become their top-selling movie in a week, I wonder what that means for the sales numbers of Google Play Movies overall.



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Marissa Mayer Pretends “MaVeNS” Isn’t A Silly Acronym, Says It Represents Yahoo’s Future

mavens Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has been talking for a while now about how mobile, video, native advertising, and social are the company’s key growth areas. Now she’s come up with an interesting way to refer to them — MaVeNS.
I don’t know how you feel, but personally, I’m not convinced that it’s, um, the best acronym ever. I mean, the unusual capitalization is… Read More

Source : TechCrunch » Mobile http://techcrunch.com/2015/01/27/marissa-mayers-mavens/?ncid=rss

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Apple said to have sold more iPhones in China than in the US

It’s said to be largely thanks to the deal inked with China Mobile, which opened up the iPhone maker to almost 800M new customers.

Source : Latest Blog for ZDNet http://www.zdnet.com/article/apple-sold-more-iphones-in-china-than-it-did-in-the-us-over-christmas/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

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Apple sold more iPhones in the US than China. But for how long?

As it turns out, Apple can still say the U.S. buys more iPhones than China. Whoops.

Source : Latest Blog for ZDNet http://www.zdnet.com/article/apple-sold-more-iphones-in-china-than-it-did-in-the-us-over-christmas/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

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Los ingresos del iPhone superan los de Microsoft y Google juntos

Apple logra unos 45.000 millones de euros con la venta del móvil, unos 8.000 más que lo que consiguen sus dos rivales de forma combinada por todos sus negocios

Source : Noticias sobre Telefonía móvil http://economia.elpais.com/economia/2015/01/28/actualidad/1422399861_176320.html

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Apple just made a mind-blowing amount of money

Apple just made a mind-blowing amount of money

Apple posted its financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2015 – the period ending December 27, 2014 – and the results are mind-blowing.

Thanks to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple sold more phones than in any previous quarter. With markedly different designs and new features, the new handsets finally gave old iPhone users a good reason to upgrade, and interest in large phablet-style phones has never been higher.

But that wasn’t Apple’s only record – the company also made more money from Mac and App Store sales.

And perhaps the biggest milestone of all is that with $18.04 billion (about £11.87b, AU$22.72b) in profit, Apple just made more money in a single quarter than any other company in history, according to TechCrunch.

Apple vs natural gas

Apple reportedly unseated Gazprom, a Russian natural gas company, beating its record by a couple of billions. The iPhone maker now holds five of the top 20 of these records, the other 15 all belonging to oil and gas companies. Holy crap.

Vastly increased sales in China helped in this area as well, it seems.

As far as the nitty gritty, Apple sold 74.5 million iPhones, including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Compare that to 51 million iPhones sold during the same period the year prior.

And the company’s total revenue grew 30% year-over-year to $74.6 billion (about £49b, AU$94b).

For the second quarter Apple predicts revenue between $52 billion (about £34b, AU$65b) and $55 billion (about £36b, AU$69).

  • The 2014 iPad Air is a stunning tablet



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