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In the world of Android, things can move pretty fast.
 
It's a common practice among the disgruntled, Internet-savvy customers to create websites with embarrassing domain names to sharpen any axes they have to grind with Corporate America and its executives.
 
If you use Microsoft Outlook as well as Gmail or Google Calendar, you are no stranger to pain. Outlook doesn't talk to Google, and Google doesn't talk to Outlook...so you have two sets of contacts, two different calendars, two sets of to-dos, and more. There's no simple way to synchronize them. That's bad enough, but if you also use an Android phone, there's no way to synchronize your contacts between your phone and Outlook. CompanionLink for Outlook ($40, 14-day free trial) solves both problems handily.
 
There may be no shortage of tips and tricks for using Android from users the world over, but it's less common to hear an assortment of suggestions from Google itself.
 
iDevSpot iDevCart 'index.php' Multiple Local File Include Vulnerabilities
 
HP StorageWorks Storage Mirroring 'DoubleTake.exe' Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
 
Rocket Software UniData and UniVerse 'unirpcd.exe' Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
 


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