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Embarcadero Delivers RAD Studio XE7

Embarcadero's new app dev platform enables developers to build apps for Windows, Android, iOS and more.

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Google Finally Launches iOS Mobile Version of Its Slides App

The iOS mobile Slides app arrives two months after the Android version of the mobile Slides app debuted back in late June.

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Google Acquires Video Rendering Firm Zync Render

The visual effects cloud-based rendering company is the latest in a busy string of Google acquisitions this year.

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Celebrity Picture Hack Exposes Dark Cloud Risk

NEWS ANALYSIS: An alleged iCloud brute force vulnerability is plugged, but what does it say about the state of cloud security?

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ARM Signs 50th License for 64-Bit ARMv8-A Design

ARM officials say the licensees include most or all of the top smartphone, tablet and server chip makers.

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Smartwatch Roundup: Wearables on the Market Now and on the Horizon

Mobile device makers are introducing a steady stream of smartwatches in hopes of finding the right combination of design and features that will make them a hit with buyers. Companies large and small have become interested enough in the emerging smartwatch market to test the waters with their own devices. There are other companies... More >

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Google Lets Search Android App Users Use Multiple Languages

The new capability in the Android Search app means that users can look for something in one language and then send a message to a friend in another language without changing the app's settings each time.

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OneDrive Android App Goes Business Casual

Users of Microsoft's OneDrive app for Android can now access both their work and personal files on the same app.

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Health IT Workers in High Demand

To satisfy the demand for desired workers, HIMSS discovered that health care employers use multiple approaches to recruit qualified IT professionals.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: AUGUST 29, 2014

Apple reportedly working on 12.9-Inch iPad; HP unveils next-gen ProLiant servers for data center transformation; Microsoft to cut Azure SQL prices this fall; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: August 28, 2014

Smartphones to get kill switches in California to deter theft; New Intel Xeon chips, system Rrefresh...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 27, 2014

Microsoft enhances security of Azure-based SQL databases; T-Mobile offering 4X more data for $5 for...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 26, 2014

Apple to replace defective batteries in some iPhone 5 handsets; VMware announces Its own OpenStack...

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Microsoft hardens Windows Phone for government duty; Android security is under fire—again;...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 22, 2014

PC sales boosted HP revenue; plus, Syrian cyber-attacks expose activists and firms to malware...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 21, 2014

Linux founder Linus Torvalds '"still wants the desktop"; plus, AT&T and Verizon launch HTC One M8...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 20, 2014

Spate of Cloud outages plague Microsoft Azure; New mobile phone charging methods lurk on the horizon;...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 19, 2014

Google strengthens Chrome Browser to prevent malware downloads; Apple, Samsung losing grip on tablet...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 18, 2014

Dell exec: enterprise mobility doesn't need to be difficult; Microsoft Surface Pro 3 dock goes on...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 15, 2014

Sprint targets SMB customers to help stem falling sales; Microsoft takes aim at Apple's MacBook Air,...


Mobile Technology Helps a Restaurant Improve Service

The solution resulted in increased server efficiency and customer engagement, and a 10 percent average increase in table bill income.

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IBM Offers Guidance on Enterprise Mobility

A new IBM report aims to help businesses attain enterprise mobility and provide a roadmap to get them there.

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Intel to Talk IoT, Wearables, Server Chips at IDF

Officials say the company wants its silicon in all areas of computing, a strategy that will be highlighted during the annual convention in September.

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