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Larson has logged more than 25 years in the software industry and has spent a full decade in bringing SaaS applications to market.

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Apple Announces Record Q2 Revenue, Increased Stock Buyback

Apple continues to grow, though by smaller percentages. Without a new product category, it instead offered investors a 7-for-1 stock split.

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Google Street View Can Now Take Users Back in Time

Google Street View is rolling out a new feature that lets users view and compare images taken over the last seven years.

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Verizon Report Shows Good, Bad News in Data Breach Trends

Fraud detection is no longer the most common way that companies hear about breaches of their data systems. But third parties still are more likely to find a breach before the victim.

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Heartbleed Puts 150 Million Android App Downloads at Risk

Heartbleed doesn't just affect the operating system, new research shows application libraries to be at risk, too, across all Android versions.

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Facebook's Boffo Financial Quarter Beats Wall Street

NEWS ANALYSIS: With 1 billion mobile monthly active users, mobile advertising now generates nearly 60 percent of Facebook’s total ad revenue.

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Birst Appoints Former Jive Exec Jay Larson as New CEO

Larson has logged more than 25 years in the software industry and has spent a full decade in bringing SaaS applications to market.

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Apple Announces Record Q2 Revenue, Increased Stock Buyback

Apple continues to grow, though by smaller percentages. Without a new product category, it instead offered investors a 7-for-1 stock split.

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Google Street View Can Now Take Users Back in Time

Google Street View is rolling out a new feature that lets users view and compare images taken over the last seven years.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: APRIL 23, 2014

After Heartbleed, OpenSSL is forked into LibreSSL; Google Trends lets users 'subscribe' to search updates; AT&T investing in, launching over-the-top video services; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: April 22, 2014

Optical LANs starting to move from Cloud giants to data centers; Microsoft-Nokia buyout to close on...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 21, 2014

CTIA, carriers finally agree to a smartphone kill switch; rumored Amazon smartphone could help...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 18, 2014

Google's Ara phone promises to provide exactly the phone you need; First arrest related to Heartbleed...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 17, 2014

Microsoft launches Azure Cloud service for Internet of Things; Heartbleed impacts taxes, Android; AMD...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 16, 2014

Will open-source money prevent the next Heartbleed? Broadcom, Quantenna aim for faster WiFi; IRS pays...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 15, 2015

Cisco, Juniper work to protect networking gear from Heartbleed; Google Chrome 35 Beta shows off...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 14, 2014

Even before heartbleed, improper Use of SSL put users at risk; Google patches apps, services in...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 11, 2014

BlackBerry Intends to stay in the handset business, Chen says; T-Mobile kicks off 3 days of news with...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 10, 2014

'Heartbleed' OpenSSL flaw may lead to leaked passwords, encryption keys; Google releases Chrome...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 9, 2014

Microsoft's Cortana Presages Bing's Future; IBM Brings New Cloud Offerings, Pricing to the Mainframe;...


Verizon Report Shows Good, Bad News in Data Breach Trends

Fraud detection is no longer the most common way that companies hear about breaches of their data systems. But third parties still are more likely to find a breach before the victim.

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EMC Revenue Up Slightly, But Profits Dip 32 Percent

The company charted $5.48 billion in overall sales that, with all the bills paid, resulted in profit of $392 million.

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Fonality Announces Heads Up Display Web Client, Streamlined Pricing

The Professional and Ultimate editions can also be privately hosted or sold as software, exactly how the legacy trixbox product had been sold. 

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