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In pictures: #BlackHat 2013 wrap
Black Hat 2013 in Las Vegas is underway. The signature conference is one of a series of technical information security conferences that bring together thought leaders from all facets of the infosec world - from the corporate and government sectors to academic and even underground researchers. All images used are credit of Black Hat and used with their kind permission.
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NSA chief defends surveillance programs at Black Hat
Privacy advocate Marlinspike calls warm audience reception 'disgusting'.
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Mobile devices hijacked.
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Black Hat hosts 110 talks
CCTVs, mobile phone chargers to be pwned.
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Photos: CeBIT 2013
What our friends at BIT.com.au spotted at this week's CeBIT expo.
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Photos: Toshiba's 2013 laptops
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Implementation open to industry scrutiny.
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Microsoft backs down on Office 2013 licensing changes
Listens to customers.
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Apple is poised to become the hub of the digital home by 2013, according to a new study from Forrester Research..
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New forecasts predict that the total global RFID market will turnover approximately US$9.7 billion by 2013..
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Traditional IT department 'dead' by 2013
The desktop as we know it, and the services of the traditional IT department, will be relegated to the annals of history within the next five years, according to hosted desktop firm Nasstar..
Apr 1 2008 7:19AM
Asia to dominate WiMax market by 2013
Asia, including Australia, will account for over half of all mobile WiMax subscribers by 2013, equating to over 40 million subscribers, according to Juniper Research.
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