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How to Use Cameras to Develop a Digital Photographic Memory

NEWS ANALYSIS: Here are three great ways to use cheap Internet cameras to augment your memory.

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Next Apple iPad Could Get Split-Screen Views, Multi-User Log-Ins

Stylus support could also be on its way, according to a patent application for what is believed to be a coming 12.9-inch iPad Pro, according to reports.

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OpenStack Making Progress, but Manageability Remains a Concern

NEWS ANALYSIS: OpenStack is being widely deployed for enterprise cloud projects, but even its biggest advocates say the community must make the platform more manageable.

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Intel Inside Microsoft's New Edge Browser

The chip maker contributes some optimizations that help Edge deliver brisk browser performance, high-fidelity visuals and better battery life.

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Apple Updates its Apple Store App With Better Log-In Security

Version 3.3 of the iOS Apple Store app includes a two-step verification process for log-ins to bolster security for customers.

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Extreme Strategic Plan Includes Bundled Solutions, Job Cuts

New CEO Ed Meyercord says the company will move away from selling point products, while cutting 18 percent of the workforce will save $40 million.

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How to Use Cameras to Develop a Digital Photographic Memory

NEWS ANALYSIS: Here are three great ways to use cheap Internet cameras to augment your memory.

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OpenStack Making Progress, but Manageability Remains a Concern

NEWS ANALYSIS: OpenStack is being widely deployed for enterprise cloud projects, but even its biggest advocates say the community must make the platform more manageable.

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Intel Inside Microsoft's New Edge Browser

The chip maker contributes some optimizations that help Edge deliver brisk browser performance, high-fidelity visuals and better battery life.

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DAILY VIDEO: MICROSOFT SQUEEZES OFFICE ONTO ANDROID PHONES

Microsoft squeezes Office onto Android phones; CareFirst discloses breach affecting up to 1.1M consumers; Twitter content appears in Google searches on iOS, Android devices; and there's more.


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Daily Video: FBI Probes Claim of Airliner In-Flight Control Hack

FBI warrant probes claim of United Airlines in-flight control hack; Intel, Altera reportedly resume...

Daily Video: Microsoft Plans to Offer Various Windows 10 Versions

Microsoft plans to offer various Windows 10 versions; IBM silicon photonics chip ramps to 100G bps;...

Daily Video: Intel to Integrate ASIC Into Xeon Server Chips

Intel will integrate ASIC into Xeon server chips for cloud workloads; Qualcomm adds new services to...

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ADP launches its own big data analytics cloud platform; IBM rolls out new servers, software,...

802.11ac, Hotspot 2.0 Fuel Growth of Carrier WiFi Revenues

802.11ac, Hotspot 2.0 help fuel carrier WiFi revenue growth; Tiny CHIP computer to challenge...

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Daily Video: BlackBerry Classic Smartphone Comes to T-Mobile on May 13

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Extreme Strategic Plan Includes Bundled Solutions, Job Cuts

New CEO Ed Meyercord says the company will move away from selling point products, while cutting 18 percent of the workforce will save $40 million.

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Spy Agencies Target Links to Google Mobile App Stores, Reports Claim

The NSA and some of its overseas counterparts reportedly were aiming to use data links to Google's mobile app stores to put spyware on users' smartphones.

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Businesses Texting Grows More Widespread

Nearly a third of respondents claim to receive 21-40 texts a day, and 10 percent said they receive a whopping 60 or more text messages per day.

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