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Meet the virtual woman who may take your job

Amelia is IPsoft's artificial intelligence platform. It has an ability to understand things in context and engage with the listener. Most importantly, Amelia is real enough to take your job.

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Dismal PC business contraction continues; no bounce yet from Windows 10

As expected, Windows 10 provided little if any bounce to PC shipments in the just-concluded September quarter.

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Dow Jones & Co. discloses breach, incident likely related to Scottrade

On Friday, in a letter to customers, the CEO of Dow Jones & Co. disclosed a data breach affecting 3,500 people. Based on public details, the incident seems similar to a breach reported by Scottrade last week that impacted 4.6 million...

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Juniper Networks looking to go private?

Reportedly hires Goldman Sachs to explore possibility

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Facebook (finally) goes beyond the 'Like' with new 'Reactions'

Facebook is set to roll out a new way for users to interact, beyond comments and the simple 'Like' button. However, its new 'Reactions' emojis aren't the 'Dislike' option many users want, and they attempt to solve a problem that may...


Firefox will stop supporting plugins by end of 2016, following Chrome's lead

Chrome recently dumped plugin support, now Firefox has finalized its plans to do the same.


The Windows Control Panel will eventually be killed, says Microsoft

Better get used to the Settings app now, because it could completely replace Control Panel in the future.

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Can $1M in damages be accurate in a website defacement?

Corporate security pros should note that journalist Matthew Keys was convicted this week of changing a headline on the LA Times website, a case that may help define what can be included when a toting up damages caused by hackers.

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3 Takeaways from Amazon’s re:Invent cloud conference

After a busy week at AWS re:Invent, here’s a recap of the big takeaways


BlackBerry CEO may kill off BlackBerry phones if they don't make money next year

Will we see the end of BlackBerry phones before 2016 is out? Maybe, but the company could try its hand at Android handsets first.

AWS re:Invent and VMworld: A tale of two conferences

The chance to attend VMware and Amazon Web Service's users conferences was an education in the great divide that exists in how customers are solving their IT challenges

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Mobile search rules the world

In May, Google announced mobile search topped desktop search in 10 countries, including the U.S. This week, it said mobile rules the entire world.

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Old-school sexting, as in circa 1969

Sexting among today’s teenagers was the subject of an email string this morning that eventually took a turn down memory lane, courtesy of a long-time friend who wouldn’t make up stuff like this:

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LogMeIn buying password manager LastPass

LogMeIn hopes to bring even more consolidation to the single-sign-on market with the acquisition of password management service LastPass.


Challenges of developing with the cloud

Donnie Berkholz, research director at 451 Research, chats with Computerworld at the Amazon Re:Invent show about how developers are interacting with cloud services.


Amazon targets developers with new IOT and mobile features

At the Amazon Web Services' Re:Invent show in Las Vegas, the company announced new services aimed at making it easier for developers to build apps for the cloud.

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Wi-Fi Alliance reaches for peace over unlicensed LTE

A Wi-Fi Alliance workshop next month could start to lay the groundwork for peace between Wi-Fi and LTE promoters who have been arguing over potential interference.

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AT&T kicks off Wi-Fi calling years after T-Mobile

AT&T kicked off Wi-Fi calling on newer-model iPhones running iOS 9 after winning permission from the Federal Communications Commission two days earlier.

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