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Key drives a security risk? Not when they're made like this.

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Emerging Tech

Windows Phone 8 secrets leaked

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Emerging Tech

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DOD's move to Android started with DARPA apps program

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House adds machine-readable docs site, iPad app

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Users: We want a federal app store

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Cloud & Infrastructure

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Emerging Tech

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Cybersecurity

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Cybersecurity

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At Los Alamos Lab, mobile security gets picky

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5 mobile products that are great for government

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Nokia Windows smart phones to debut in US

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Cybersecurity

Motorola unveils hardware-based security for mobile devices

Motorola is deploying a hardware-based security system for mobile devices that is intended to meet the needs of the secure government market.

iPads coming soon to a cockpit near you

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Mobile conflict: What users want vs. what agency needs

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