With the recent release of the Google Nexus 7, its clear that Amazon better have a trick or two up their sleeves if they want to stay ahead of its new competitor for the lower-end segment. While rumors have been circling around the possibility of a 2nd-gen Kindle Fire coming out as early as July, it seems that might not be all that the company is working on. According to a new report from BGR, a 10-inch Quad-Core Kindle Fire might be on its way soon as well, as early as July.
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Data security is always a concern among sensitive information. Kontron has launched a portable USB 2.0 aluminum hard disk drive encryptor at Computex Taipei 2004. The InfoGuardian adopts an X-Wall encrypted microchip, which is a secure, portable and convenient solution combining the power of strong encryption with unprecedented throughput to protect confidential data and credentials […]
One can frequently come across statements where law enforcement agencies complain that they can’t break through the full-drive encryption in the latest smartphone operating systems. Till now we didn’t know about how often the police run into that sort of problem, but now we do, thanks to a US Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. According to […]