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New York — McAfee has revamped its security software by offering introductory pricing and giving users an unlimited number of licenses for their desktop and mobile devices.
McAfee’s LiveSafe, which becomes available in July, is intended to make it as simple as possible for consumers to protect their entire digital life, said Gary Davis, McAfee’s global consumer marketing VP.
Simi Valley, Calif. — Crimestopper introduced a series of safety cameras for select Dodge and Chevrolet trucks and vans this week.
Six color CMOS cameras were launched. The SV-6830.Fd is engineered for tail-gate handles on Ford F-150 trucks and has a 170 degree field of view. The SV-6832.Chev and SV-6834.chr versions are designed for the Chevy Silverado and Dodge Ram, respectively.
The SV-6900.Bl is a universal brake-light camera with 150-degree field of view.
Cupertino, Calif. – Trend Micro has released a report on the top Internet-security trends for consumers and businesses for 2013.
Leading the pack is the high volumne of malware targeted at Android apps. Trend Micro is expecting more than 1 million such pieces of malware to be released next year. Helping expand the cybercriminals activity is Android’s increasing popularity, which gives scammers more reason to attack the operating system.
Mountain View, Calif. – Symantec today updated its Norton Mobile Security offerings with the release of several new features.
The latest upgrades range from allowing multi-platform support to an app that allows a user to quickly located a misplaced phone or tablet.
For the first time, Norton Mobile Security, which costs $29.99 and can be purchased online or on app stores, will work on Android and Apple iOS devices.