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Canada, following the lead of the United States and the European Union, on Monday relaxed official restrictions on using mobile devices in flight while maintaining a ban on transmitting information. Transport Minister Lisa Raitt said air passengers could now use smartphones, cameras, electronic games, tablets and computers throughout a flight. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration […]

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ENISA, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, celebrates 10 years of activity. On March 14, 2004, the agencys first regulation was adopted by the European Union. During these ten years, the agency has contributed a great deal to securing Europes cyberspace. ENISA has provided flash notes on major cyberattacks, published annual threat […]

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The European Union is lending a closer eye to the practice of “freemium” mobile gaming apps in an attempt to protect consumers from in-app charges. The vast majority of app gamers never make in-game purchases like for Tetris Blitz. “Freemium” apps are those like Candy Crush Saga or Tetris Blitz that are free to download but […]

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
Many governments embrace mobile network operator (MNO) networks as ...

ARA at Scale: How to Choose a Solution That Grows With Your Needs:
Application release automation (ARA) tools enable best practices in...

The Multi-Model Database:
Part of the “new normal” where data and cloud applications are ...



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