Nokia's smartphone market share fell in the first quarter as Samsung and Android continued to dominate, the latest statistics from Gartner have shown.
Gartner's figures showed that Nokia's share of the mobile phone market dropped 4.9 percent over the three month period, despite the firm managing to shift 5.1 million Lumia devices during the quarter. This saw Nokia losing its spot as the eighth most popular mobile phone maker, falling into the number 10 spot.
L33tdawg: Slides and presentation materials can be found at http://conference.hitb.org/hitbsecconf2013ams/materials/
The organizers of the Hack in the Box conference have started publishing the complete videos of the presentations held at this year’s Amsterdam edition.
A lot of renowned experts have taken part this year, so if you weren’t able to make it in person, you can check out the official videos.
Back in 2007 Johnny Long came to a fork in the road. An accomplished IT security pro with 13 years working at one of the big names, he had a great career and family, but he didn't feel fulfilled. And he had no idea why not.
The wheels began to turn when his wife came home from a Christian mission in Uganda later that year. She showed him video and pictures she had taken of African children, many of them orphans, laughing and dancing despite their extreme poverty.
Apparently Saudi based telecom operator, Mobily, has been busy buiilding a system for intercepting mobile communications including Twitter, Viber and Whatsapp. They approached world famous Moxie Marlinspike for help and in a blog post, Moxie relates the correspondence he had with Yasser D. Airuhaily, executibve manager of network information security at Mobily:
More figures are proving to a shell shocked Apple loving press that the overly hyped iPhone is slowly dying and is set to fall behind Microsoft.
According to Canalys, the excessive growth which has characterised Apple sales in the smartphone sector has slowed and the outfit only had 19 percent of the market.