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App crackdown by Microsoft

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

31st August, 2014

Microsoft has responded to complaints about its Windows app store by deleting 1,500 apps suspected of being knockoffs or duplicates. The crackdown was described by Microsoft as a means of regaining trust among users by removing apps using deceptive strategies.


Cyber security firms Sophos and Check Point have agreed a partnership to improve business mobile security. The agreement uses software from both firms to ensure only mobile devices compliant with a firm's IT structure can access...

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