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But Apple devices may be more vulnerable to malware, says Wandera.

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For the past two years, a mysterious online...

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Very interesting. Almost certainly some government ss are behind that. Searching for the best crypto analysts...

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Whether user behavior really changes when roaming

The average time employees spend on cellular per day

What sites/apps are hogging the most cellular data

The craziest bill shock stories we have heard in Q3

Download now: http://wandera.com/resources/mobilityreport3Q13/

#mobiledata #enterprisemobility

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NSA 'subverted random-number code' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24048343

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Does anyone see the pattern?

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Another good one is ... if you look at the pattern in between 7 and 11, 13 and 17, 19 and 23 ... basically any consecutive primes p[k] and p[k+1] where p[k+1] - p[k] = 4. It happens that 2 | p[k+1] + 1, 3 | p[k+1] + 2 and 2 | p[k+1] + 3 and either 4 | p[k+1] + 1 or 4 | p[k+1] + 3 - easy to prove considering that any prime has one of the following form p=4*m + 1 or p=4*m + 3 and any 3 consecutive numbers contain a number divisible by 3

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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.actionsmicro.ezcast this app can do all that via chromecast ... a bit lag(ish) but looks cool ...

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Togglz. What is it about? Togglz is an implementation of the Feature Toggles pattern for Java. Feature Toggles are a very common agile development practices in the context of continuous deployment and delivery. The basic idea is to associate a toggle with each new feature you are working on.

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Inca una: https://github.com/tacitknowledge/flip

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Oracle Java on Raspberry Pi: http://ow.ly/pkCkt We have now added the official hard-float Oracle Java 7 JDK to our repository, so if you're a fan, do check Eben's post out for more details.

One of our longstanding goals has been for Raspberry Pi to ship with a complete set of common programming languages. Until now, there's been one glaring omission from this list: Java, which by some estimates is the most popular language of all (duck and cover – flamewar incoming).

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I guess there are many interesting open source projects already written in Java ;)

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