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News Scan: Mobile marketers are clueless; Are mobile apps dead?; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Friday, Oct. 24, including marketers' cluelessness when it comes to mobile behavior, the future of mobile apps, self-driving vehicles will make up one-quarter of passenger cars by 2030, Asian countries dominat ...

Tech giants aside, Silicon Valley ranks high for female execs, says new study

companies, the deeper data reveals another side to the story in the Silicon Valley. According ...

Landing top IT talent; Microsoft exec opens up;

cloud stories for your weekend. http://t.co/XPO0t8QZAn — DavidLinthicum (@DavidLinthicum) October 24, ...

Google extends its two-factor authentication support with physical USB keys

open standard. "Rather than typing a code, just insert Security Key into your computer's USB ...

Security is number one priority for enterprise WLAN networks, say IT pros

deployments shows that enterprise access networks are undergoing a major transformation, driven by an influx ...

News Scan: T-Mobile backtracks on cramming charges; Wearables will clog Internet; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Oct. 23, including T-Mobile's newest stance on its alleged cramming charges, how much of a strain wearables will put on the Internet, a lack of unity in mHealth apps, what companies are driving sensor adoption ...

4 next-gen Ethernet specifications in development for data centers, the enterprise

Along the backbone of enterprise networks, much work is happening behind the scenes to develop ...

Spotlight: What if the Internet were an actual market?

I've often been asked to explain the "enterprise angle" behind  net neutrality, and it's this: Whatever regulatory framework we decide to apply to conducting business on the Internet will decide what kind of economy will dominate the w ...

FBI may have to accept encryption; State CIOs won't accept security holes;

 [eWeek] And Finally...  You know, somebody should do a story about standing in line for hours at a rental ...

Twitter courts mobile app developers with something like a platform

The commentary service could have simply said, please, please embed us in your apps, and here's an SDK, but don't violate our rules. Instead, Twitter went and did somethin' more clever-like. ...