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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Following last week's cyberattack on Sony and a vow by the U.S. to take action, the entire country of North Korea has been "disconnected" from the Internet for more than 9 hours.

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
Remember the classic BlackBerry that took the cell phone market by storm in its heyday? Well, it’s retro time at the Canadian handset maker as it rolls out the aptly-named BlackBerry Classic.
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