U.S. To Watch Top-Secret Holders
AT&T Prices 4G LTE for Smart Audi A3
Dark Web of POS Cybercrime Outed
AT&T Cuts 2GB Mobile Share Prices
Android To Get SDK for Wearables
A sweeping system of electronic monitoring will tap into government, financial and other databases to scan the behavior of many of the 5 million federal employees with secret clearances.
Call it a first. Audi of America and AT&T just announced pricing for in-vehicle 4G LTE connectivity: $99 for a 5 GB, six-month plan and $499 for a 30 GB, 30-month plan, or a little less than $17 a month.
With so many retail breaches, all eyes are on a McAfee Labs Threats Report that shines a light on the role of the “dark web” malware industry -- a “key enabler” of last fall's POS attacks and data breaches.
Not content to let T-Mobile hog all the revolutionary pricing moves, AT&T is touting its “best-ever pricing” in its latest wireless plan change -- a $15 price dip in its 2GB Mobile Share Value Plan.
Having developed the most popular platform for mobile devices, Google is now targeting wearable devices. Company executive Sundar Pichai says an Android SDK for wearables is coming soon.