The headline should just read "Confidential data not safe on unencrypted disk"
The headline should just read "Confidential data not safe"
With no meaningful transition (for both customers and developers) from Symbian to WP, why would anybody buy a high end Symbian device today ?
Why would anybody have bought a high end Symbian device a month ago? I doubt most honest responses include "meaningful transition to next OS"
Backup codes can be used to sign in if you lose your phones or otherwise can't receive codes via SMS, voice call, or mobile app (via Google Authenticator). Each code can be used only once. Keep these codes in a safe place -- if you lose access to your phone, these codes will be the only way to sign in to your account.
What an odd group. Wonder what the common thread is? How is it that these companies cmae together to sign this letter?
It looks like a list of companies that have a lot tied up in their trademarks. Monster Cable is always suing other people over the Monster name. Xerox has always been on the verge of having it's name genericized. Fashion houses have almost their entire value in their brands. At least the tech companies can fall back on their patents to defend their turf.
Just about every computer on the market today runs Unix, except the Mac (and nobody cares about it). -- Bill Joy 6/21/85