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Apple iPhone 2.0.2, in some configurations, allows physically proximate attackers to bypass intended access restrictions, and obtain sensitive information or make arbitrary use of the device, via an Emergency Call tap and a Home double-tap, followed by a tap of any contact’s blue arrow. Details: SecurityTracker Alert ID: 1020763 SecurityTracker URL: http://securitytracker.com/id?1020763 CVE Reference: CVE-2008-3876 […]

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Kashif on September 2nd, 2008

The rollout of the iPhone 3G has seen a large increase in the iPhone’s global Web share, according to figures released Monday. The figures, collected by Web analytics company Net Applications, show that in June 2008, before the launch of the iPhone 3G, the iPhone had 0.16 percent share of the operating system market, as […]

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Kashif on August 20th, 2008

The age of the Android OS is at hand. But if you’re not a current T-Mobile customer, it will cost you. According to an unofficial T-Mobile blog, the first version of the multimedia Google Phone will be released by HTC starting on September 17 for one week, for T-Mobile customers only. This offer will be […]

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Kashif on August 19th, 2008

Bluetooth seems to have reached a maturation period with growth rates that, while strong, do not match the growth of the recent past, reports In-Stat market research firm. Still, there is a place for growth. The Bluetooth chip market should benefit as new standards, such as low-energy and high-speed Bluetooth, are expected to be introduced […]

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