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BlackBerry Looks to Software, IoT After Profitable Q4

Banking on its growing enterprise software and Internet of things business units, the struggling smartphone maker managed to eke out a profit.

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AT&T WiFi Small Site Brings Wireless Web to SMBs

The platform offers small businesses a way to provide free WiFi to their customers, without jeopardizing their own data and network security.

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Carousel Launches SmartPoint Managed Services for Skype

SmartPoint Managed Services for Skype for Business enables customers to identify incorrect network settings and utilization within a client network.

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Apple Reportedly Planning Three New iPhone Models for 2015

New iPhone 6S and 6S Plus models would update the existing iPhone 6 and 6 Plus versions, while a smaller iPhone 6C is also being eyed.

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IBM Creates Network Innovation Centers

The two new centers are designed to help enterprises and service providers design and test networks based on SDN, virtualization and analytics.

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Boeing Scientist Patents Force Field Tech That Blocks Shock Waves

NEWS ANALYSIS: This isn't an impenetrable force field seen so often in science fiction, but rather is designed to reduce the force of destructive explosive shock waves.

 

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IBM Creates Network Innovation Centers

The two new centers are designed to help enterprises and service providers design and test networks based on SDN, virtualization and analytics.

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Apple Reportedly Planning Three New iPhone Models for 2015

New iPhone 6S and 6S Plus models would update the existing iPhone 6 and 6 Plus versions, while a smaller iPhone 6C is also being eyed.

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Startup Rubrik Aiming to Erase Backup, Recovery Software

New converged data management provider bills itself as "the industry's first solution to eliminate backup software."

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DAILY VIDEO: MICROSOFT ASKS U.S. GOVERNMENT FOR SURVEILLANCE REFORM

Microsoft petitions U.S. Government for surveillance reform; Intel's upcoming Xeon Phi will include 384GB of DDR4 memory; Millennials like their privacy, but give it away freely; and there's more.


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Daily Video: Samsung to Bundle Microsoft Office for Android on Tablets

Samsung to bundle Microsoft Office for Android on select tablets; FCC hit with 2 lawsuits over its...

Daily Video: HP ProLiant Servers Target Small Businesses

HP ProLiant servers target small businesses; FAA permits Amazon to test fly delivery drones with...

Daily Video: Why 'Dumb' Feature Phones Could Make a Comeback

Today's video focuses on why some mobile phone buyers are choosing to buy basic "feature" phones...

Daily Video: Microsoft Applies Tech to Preserve Ethnic Languages

This eWEEK daily video focuses on Microsoft's effort to use its translation technology to help people...

Daily Video: Apple Reportedly Eyeing Electric Car Production

Today's video focuses on media reports that Apple is building a team of engineers for electric car...

Daily Video: Lack of Patching Remains a Top Security Risk, HP Finds

Today's video focuses on an HP security study, which shows that 44 percent of breaches could be...

Daily Video: Microsoft Counting on Developers to Follow .NET to Cloud

Microsoft counting on developers to follow .NET to the cloud; T-Mobile is bringing its rollover data...

Daily Video: Google Closes the Doors on Google Code

Google closes the doors on Google Code; Apple expanding its iOS 8 beta program to more users;...

Daily Video: Juniper Product Blitz Boosts Network Performance

Juniper product blitz pushes network performance to challenge Cisco; Samsung hikes Galaxy S6...

Daily Video: Facebook, Intel Develop 'Yosemite' Open Server Chassis

Facebook develops 'Yosemite' Open Server chassis with Intel; Apple Watch gets mixed reactions from IT...



Google Simplifies Cloud App Deployment With Cloud Launcher

More than 120 popular open-source applications can now be deployed on Google Compute Engine with just a few clicks.

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GE Fleet Monitoring & Diagnostic Center Saves Customers $70 Million

The Atlanta-based facility features a team of more than 50 engineers who analyze over 35,000 operational alarms per year.

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Database Pioneer Michael Stonebraker Wins Turing Award

The ACM recognized Michael Stonebraker with the A.M. Turing Award for his contributions to the database field.

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