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Brocade buys NFV mobile analytics assets

Vistapointe software virtualizes probes for mobile network operators

Samsung's first open-source conference kicks off, with Tizen on its mind

The inaugural Samsung Open-Source Conference opens Tuesday morning in Seoul, with keynotes from well-known figures in the open source world and a hackathon focused on Tizen, the company’s in-house mobile operating system.


IBM cuts pay by 10% for workers picked for training

IBM has initiated a new training program that will result in a 10% pay cut for participating employees.

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Windows 9 leak shows Storage Sense and Wi-Fi Sense coming over from Windows Phone

The next version of Windows could make it easier to get online and clear up storage space.

World’s hot alternative energy projects

From hydrogen to solar and wood there are tons of ongoing cool alternative energy projects across the globe

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How Boston Children's Hospital Hit Back at Anonymous

Hackers purportedly representing Anonymous hit Boston Children's Hospital with phishing and DDoS attacks this spring. The hospital fought back with vigilance, internal transparency and some old-fashioned sneakernet.

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A wireless router may someday charge your mobile devices

Energous has developed a WiFi-style wireless charging device that sends power to anything within a 30-foot radius.

7 reasons Apple should open-source Swift -- and 7 reasons it won't

Faster innovation, better security, new markets -- the case for opening Swift might be more compelling than Apple will admit

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Federal CIOs Must Reframe Security Around Data, Access

An ambitious government IT push toward cloud, mobile and shared services stokes concerns about security challenges from insider threats and disappearing network boundaries.

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How network virtualization is used as a security tool

As VMware sells its network virtualization software, it’s finding that security is a big driver for adoption.

New products of the week 09.15.14

Our roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as Lenovo and Good Technology

Sneak Peek: New features coming to Internet Explorer

Microsoft’s new Developer Channel offers glimpse into upcoming features of IE.

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Intel's itty-bitty NUC PC prototypes pack Broadwell chips, touch controls

Intel shows off a number of prototype NUCs at the Intel Developer Forum, including models with touch, speech, and its next-generation Broadwell chips. And if Intel's mini PC is too powerful for you, try an Atom-powered "half NUC"...

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Quiz

The new Apple phones are all anyone’s talking about but how well do you really know them?

Harvard's CompSci intro course boasts record-breaking enrollment

Harvard College's CS50, the school's Introduction to Computer Science course for undergrads, has attracted about 1 in 8 students this fall -- a new record for the school and yet another sign of just how hot this field is becoming for...

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G-Technology spurs 4K adoption with speedier storage drive

Storage company debuts a new 8-bay, 64TB RAID-based storage device aimed at professional photography and videography consumers.

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Apple bungles iPhone 6 pre-orders

Apple today quickly exhausted its pre-order supply of the larger iPhone 6 Plus as the company bungled an online effort for the second time this week.

Google RSS death creates $1.3M business

Google's decision last year to kill Google Reader, its RSS feed and Web-based service, allowed a tiny rival to grow into a company with revenue of at least $1.3 million a year.

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Stanford researchers develop ant-sized radio

The device, which could cost pennies to make, is expected to help enable the Internet of things

Funny videos about iPhone 6 and Apple Watch

Youtube starts to fill up with humorous takes on the big Apple iPhone 6, Apple Watch news

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