If you’re looking for a solid stylus that will work with any capacitive touch screen, on any phone or tablet, you have options. Last week, we asked for your favorites , then looked at the five best tablet styli . Now we’re back to highlight the Lifehacker community favorite.
Privileged users are a fact of life, but they pose an expanding opportunity to adversaries in the new IT landscape. There are two classes of privileged users on your network today: the users of your cloud-based applications such as SalesForce and NetSuite, and your system administrators. Any…
Netflix engineers released two new application security tools to open source this week, a continuing effort from the streaming services company.
When you open the Windows Task Manager using the shortcut Ctrl-Shift-Esc, a mighty list of processes running on the system is presented to you (note: in Windows 8, this is only the case if you expand the manager first). While that is helpful in determining what is running on the system or to kill a […]
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Tablets are great for apps, email, games, and more, but they can also be useful for note taking, annotations, or even drawing. When you start doing those things though, a good stylus is extremely useful to have. This week we’re looking at five of the best tablet styli, based on your nominations.
Slideshare is an online system that allows people and companies to share PDF files, videos, documents, and PowerPoint presentations. It’s widely used by businesses who want to make conference presentations available to customers online, and is ranked as one of the top 200 most popular web sites in the world.
Slideshare has always offered free accounts, which allow access to basic features. "Pro" accounts, which started at $19 per month, gave you more features, as well as being able to keep track of who had viewed your presentations.
Now, 4 years after the company started charging for Pro accounts, the fees are being dropped. All of the premium features will be free from now on. So if you run a small business and you want somewhere to host sales material which is more professional than Youtube, check out SlideShare for details.
SternisheFan sends this report from CNET: Researchers at the University of California Riverside Bourns College of Engineering and the University of Michigan have identified a weakness they believe to exist across Android, Windows, and iOS operating systems that could allow malicious apps to obtain personal information. Although it was tested only on an Android phone, the team believes that the method could be used across all three operating systems because all three share a similar feature: all apps can access a mobile device’s shared memory. "The assumption has always been that these apps can’t interfere with each other easily," said Zhiyun Qian, an associate professor at UC Riverside. "We show that assumption is not correct and one app can in fact significantly impact another and result in harmful consequences for the user." To demonstrate the method of attack, first a user must download an app that appears benign, such as a wallpaper, but actually contains malicious code. Once installed, the researchers can use it to access the shared memory statistics of any process (PDF), which doesn’t require any special privileges.
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