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Why Super Bowl Is a Gold Mine for Mobile-Device Hackers

Fake WiFi networks, spoofed Websites and emails, and false coupons can cause super problems for fans attending Super Bowl XLIX.

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Oracle CEO Hurd: Company Will Grow Its Cloud Market Share

In a televised interview, Mark Hurd warned rivals like Salesforce.com and SAP that Oracle will accelerate the growth of its cloud business.

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Marriott Drops Petition Asking the FCC to Allow WiFi Blocking

NEWS ANALYSIS: The hotel chain withdraws its petition seeking permission to block WiFi hotspots at its hotel properties as a security measure.

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Daily Video: Amazon's New WorkMail Target Business Users

Amazon's new WorkMail targets business users; Intel pushes wireless computing with latest vPro chips; Samsung Q4 sales, profit improve, but problems persist; and there's more.

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In-Vehicle Mobile Enhancements Highlight Philadelphia Auto Show

Wireless cellphone charger pads, larger and more feature-filled display screens and other new high-tech systems are showing up in the latest cars and trucks that are bound for U.S. roads.

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AllSeen Unveils Patent Policy for AllJoyn IoT Code

The group's IP policy is set out to ensure that businesses with AllJoyn-certified devices aren't sued by contributors to the code.

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Microsoft Enhances Azure for Productivity, Security

Microsoft announced a series of improvements to its Azure cloud, a new cloud platform roadmap site and a new version of Power BI.

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German Professor Develops Method to Secure IoT Smart Device Data

NEWS ANALYSIS: A German professor is developing a way to hide from prying eyes data transmitted on the numberless smart devices that will run on the burgeoning Internet of things.

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Why Super Bowl Is a Gold Mine for Mobile-Device Hackers

Fake WiFi networks, spoofed Websites and emails, and false coupons can cause super problems for fans attending Super Bowl XLIX.

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DAILY VIDEO: AMAZON'S NEW WORKMAIL TARGET BUSINESS USERS

Amazon's new WorkMail targets business users; Intel pushes wireless computing with latest vPro chips; Samsung Q4 sales, profit improve, but problems persist; and there's more.


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Daily Video: Yahoo Spins Off $40B Alibaba Stake Into SpinCo Unit

Yahoo spins off $40B Alibaba stake into unit called SpinCo; Apple posts record $74.6B revenue, record...

Daily Briefing: Cortana Makes Windows 10 Debut in Preview Build

Cortana makes Windows 10 debut in January preview build; FTC says IoT focus should be on security,...

Daily Video: Microsoft Buys Revolution Analytics in Big Data Push

Microsoft acquiring Revolution Analytics in Big Data push; Logitech grows video options with...

Daily Video: Microsoft to Bundle Office With Windows 10 Phones, Tablets

Microsoft to bundle Office with Windows 10 smartphones, mini tablets; Windows 10 opens opportunities...

Daily Video: Google Reportedly Is Readying Wireless Services

Google reportedly is readying wireless services; AT&T cloud service is aimed at UC...

Daily Video: Deutsche Telekom Still Wants T-Mobile Merger to Happen

Deutsche Telekom still wants to see a T-Mobile merger happen; Acer unveils two new Chromebooks for...

Daily Video: Intel CEO Rebuts Rumors Apple Will Turn to ARM for Macs

Intel CEO dismisses rumors Apple will turn to ARM for Macs; HTC rumored to be readying M9 smartphone,...

Daily Video: Google Ends Its Google Glass Explorer Edition

Google ends Glass Explorer Edition; Microsoft brings free Skype group video calling to Samsung smart...

Daily Video: Supreme Court Wireless Decision Limits Municipal Zoning

Supreme Court wireless decision limits municipal zoning actions; 'Skeleton Key' malware lets...

Daily Video: Apple, Ericsson Countersue Over Mobile LTE Patents

Apple, Ericsson countersue over mobile LTE patents; Microsoft adds Linux support to Azure Cloud...



Marriott Drops Petition Asking the FCC to Allow WiFi Blocking

NEWS ANALYSIS: The hotel chain withdraws its petition seeking permission to block WiFi hotspots at its hotel properties as a security measure.

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NetSuite Sees Strong Revenue Growth in Fourth Quarter

NetSuite reported 2014 revenue of $556.3 million, up 34 percent from 2013. Q4 revenue reached $157.9 million, a 37 percent year-over-year increase.

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Code Dx 1.6 Helps Developers Find Software Vulnerabilities

Secure Decisions' Code Dx 1.6 integrates with Visual Studio, Eclipse, Git and Jenkins to help developers find software flaws.

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