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  • Apple's iOS 8 and the enterprise

    Now that all the flashy stuff with the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch launch is through, Apple is getting down to business with its new iOS 8 mobile operating system that includes some useful features for enterprises.

News Scan: Online retailers not investing in mobile; Enterprise use of wearables to surge; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Sept. 23, including the lack of investment in mobile by retailers for the holiday season, where wearables will likely flourish, the rise of contextually aware apps, how much the mobile market means to North America and pulsed RF power devices and who is using them.

First steps to a secure BYOD program

Organizations continue to embrace BYOD practices in large numbers, but many fail to put key safeguards in place to keep data and networks secure.

Annoying in-flight cellphone calls unite Dems and GOP on Capitol Hill

Apparently there is at least one issue that unites Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill--annoying cellphone conversations on airplanes.

Lack of trust continues to vex BYOD programs, survey finds

One of the longstanding impediments to getting a BYOD program off the ground is lack of trust between employer and employee. Even with wide recognition of BYOD as a valid mobile effort, the most well thought-out and structured programs will be derailed if employees don't trust their organizations and adopt the strategy.

News Scan: Curved displays and smartphone innovation; Medical ID in iOS 8 could be life saver; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Sept. 22, including how the curved display will affect mobile devices, why iOS 8 and its medical history function could come in handy, the shuffling of the C-suite at Oracle, beacon messaging and its effect on app users and the security strength brought along by BYOx.

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The email address previously used by Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto appears to have been infiltrated by one or more hackers. The intruders made threats to release personal information about Nakamoto if a ransom was not met, but they have gone silent since the initial communications and the address is now shut down, according to an article at Forbes.