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Promise Technology Debuts Private Cloud Storage Platform

FileCruiser can be implemented on various hardware platforms, including on a 3U-16 bay Intel x86 server-storage appliance.

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Microsoft Launches Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio

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Sprint Gets First Sharp Aquos Crystal Smartphones for U.S. Customers

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Linux Kernel Development Gets Two-Factor Authentication

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Microsoft Tweaks SharePoint Online Storage Management

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FinancialForce Adds Enhancements to ERP Platform

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Microsoft Launches Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: AUGUST 19, 2014

Google strengthens Chrome Browser to prevent malware downloads; Apple, Samsung losing grip on tablet market; Microsoft Research coaxes 3D sensing From inexpensive cameras; and more.

 


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Daily Tech Briefing: August 18, 2014

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Daily Tech Briefing: August 14, 2014

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T-Mobile intros pay as you go plan with flat 10-cent rate; Lenovo unveils new ThinkStation...

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Apple's transition of Siri to desktops could happen soon; Intel digs deeper into 14nm Broadwell-Y SoC...

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Linux Kernel Development Gets Two-Factor Authentication

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Microsoft Tweaks SharePoint Online Storage Management

The guessing games are over. New SharePoint Online features are aimed at helping administrators free up capacity and better manage their cloud storage resources.

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IBM, Nature Conservancy Team Up to Save Amazon Rainforest

IBM is sending its Corporate Services Corps to Brazil on a mission to help save the Amazon rainforest.

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