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Trend Micro backs off Google Play malware claims

techrepublic.com — In a recent press release, Trend Micro made a fairly bold claim about malware running rampant in the Google Play Store. The release, dated July 15, 2014, began as follows: Google Play populated with fake apps, with more than half carrying malware Potentially evil doppelgangers for the most popular apps are inundating the Google Play store, with many carrying malware, according to a new blog post and report by Trend Micro, a global developer of cyber security solutions.
Jul 24, 2014

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Jul 24, 2014

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Jul 24, 2014

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6 steps to team success with Google Apps

techrepublic.com — My favorite baseball team is the Detroit Tigers. My choice is a product of geography: I grew up in Michigan. Local media people covered the local teams, which built a community of Detroit Tigers fans. When I moved to Dallas, that meant a different team, different players, and different ballpark traditions.

Apple may kick-start the entire industry by rolling out a major mobile payments initiative

techrepublic.com — In addition to a pair of iPhones with larger screens, a smartwatch, and new versions of its mobile and desktop operating systems, a new report from The Information says Apple has been discussing a mobile wallet product so iPhone owners can pay for goods in physical stores with just their smartphone.
Jul 24, 2014

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How Ford plans to win the future like a software company

techrepublic.com — When Don Butler came to Ford Motor Company at the beginning of 2014 and stepped into his new office at Ford's Product Development Center in Dearborn, Michigan, it was kind of like a star athlete slipping on the uniform of his cross-town archrival.