1. HTC's on the Hotseat for Allowing Critical Smartphone Security Flaw

    HTC's on the Hotseat for Allowing Critical Smartphone Security Flaw
    From Laid-Off to Entrepreneur: Launching a Web Biz on a Shoestring. "That day" has arrived. For whatever reason, the job you’ve been working for years is no longer there for you. Times are tough; people are facing unemployment in droves. In today's ...
    Read Full Article
  1. Categories

    1. Marketing & Sales:

      Customer Experience, Email Marketing, Marketing, Sales
    2. Finance & Accounting:

      Accounting, Crowdfunding, Finance, Venture Capital
    3. Human Resources & Personnel:

      Health Insurance, Hiring, Personnel & HR
    4. Technology:

      Apps, Mobile, Technology
    5. Social Media:

      Facebook, Foursquare, Google+, Instagram, LindedIn, Pinterest, Snapchat, Twitter, Yelp
    6. Entrepreneurs:

      Entrepreneur, Family Business, Small Business Ownership, Small Business Saturday, Start-ups
    7. Politics:

      Election, Executive, Judicial, Legislative
    8. Self Help:

      Happiness, Self Improvement
  2. Quotes

    1. Even if users opt out of providing this information to HTC, the application still logs it -- it just doesn't share it with HTC.
    2. Everything that is going on on the device gets logged by the logging tools and is thus vulnerable to malware.
    3. This move shows that the largest Android OEM does not believe that Google will be able to protect the ecosystem.
    4. If you're in marketing or advertising and you have a smartphone client, you have to be wracking your brains to come up with new ways to differentiate your product and market.
    5. I think RIM and all the other vendors trying to catch up with Apple's iPad have yet to figure out the way to do so.
  3. Topics Mentioned