A Pocketful of Worries

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In fact, today's portable devices, notably smartphones powered by the Windows Mobile, Symbian, Apple and BlackBerry operating systems (OSes), are microcomputers in their own right. But their processing power capabilities are significantly behind the curve of their desktop cousins. The best estimates of IT security products vendor Credant Technologies are that the modern smartphone in your pocket or purse probably has the processing power of a PC of about a decade ago.

And therein lies the problem

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