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Tech’ news in brief…

Microsoft Touts Success of ‘Security Development Lifecycle’:

“… Software should run with the least necessary privilege, and services and features that are not widely needed should be disabled by default or accessible only to a small population of users.” Read more…

Major Hangups over the iPod Phone:

Behind the clash are two very different views of the future of music on mobile phones. Motorola and Apple would let customers put tunes they already own on their phones for free. That would help Motorola sell more phones, and it would help Apple expand its dominance of digital music. Verizon, Cingular and other wireless operators want customers to pay to put music on phones. Read more…

By Wayne Smallman

Wayne is the man behind the Blah, Blah! Technology website, and the creator of the Under Cloud, a digital research assistant for journalists and academics.

1 reply on “Tech’ news in brief…”

“Motorola and Apple would let customers put tunes they already own on their phones for free.”

“let customers….already own”

That’s nice of them!! Gits.

I read the article linked. B*st*rds.

Apple will simply get fed up and add mobile phone technology to their iPods. Anyway, my PalmOne Treo 600 has software that plays my music from an SD card, that I’ve transferred from my PC. So stuff ’em.

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