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Hortonworks, Pivotal Partnership Focuses on Hadoop Management

The two companies will partner on Ambari, an open-source big data project aimed at growing Hadoop in the enterprise.

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Microsoft Pushes Innovation in 'Oneweek' Hackathon

Is Microsoft mere days away from the next big thing? The internal initiative encourages company insiders to put their best ideas forward.

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Microsoft Improves Bing Maps Rendering

A couple of subtle changes aren't just eye candy. They add a lot of usability and clarity to Bing's online maps, says Microsoft.

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From Clouds to Cars to Kitchens, Linux Making an Impact Everywhere

There's no operating system more ubiquitous than Linux. It's everywhere. It's even running in devices and computers you may not suspect—our cars, our cell phones, even our refrigerators. Linux supports businesses and organizations everywhere, and because it underpins open-source innovation, it is the platform of choice for new... More >

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Daily Tech Briefing: July 28, 2014

Amazon Fire scores a 3 on iFixit Teardown Scale; Why acquiring InMage made sense for Microsoft; Microsoft entices Oracle Shops with SQL Server 2014 migration tool; and more.

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CoreOS Stabilizes Cloud Container Linux Operating System

The container-based Linux operating system is now considered to be production-ready.

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Dell Panel: BYOD, IoT Increase Security Challenges

A group of Dell experts, customers and partners, as well as analysts and journalists, debate the issues of security in a rapidly evolving IT world.

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Why Apple Isn't Worried About iPad Sales Numbers

NEWS ANALYSIS: Analysts seem surprised Apple's iPads didn't sell in the same high volume as iPhones, which likely shows they don't understand the tablet market.

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Google Faces Renewed Focus by EU in Antitrust Case

Google could need to agree to additional conditions as part of a proposed antitrust settlement agreement in the EU that has been on the table for five months.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: JULY 28, 2014

Amazon Fire scores a 3 on iFixit Teardown Scale; Why acquiring InMage made sense for Microsoft; Microsoft entices Oracle Shops with SQL Server 2014 migration tool; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: July 25, 2014

Apple denies iOS devices enable access by NSA snoopers; Tim Cook admits lower-cost used iPhone sales...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 24, 2014

Apple Sold 35.2M iPhones in Q3, Despite iPhone 6 Expectations; Black Hat Pulls Talk on Breaking Tor...

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Leaked BlackBerry Passport video demos 'touch-sensitive keys'; Yahoo bets on flurry analytics to grow...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 22, 2014

EMC investor to urge storage vendor to spin off VMware; W3C launches effort for social web app...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 21, 2014

Black Hat preview shows hotels and IoT vulnerable to hacks; HP grows efforts to target IBM and Lenovo...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 18, 2014

Microsoft to slash 18,000 jobs, Nokia hit hard; Apple could pay Ebook buyers $400 million; IBM's...

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IBM, Apple join hands as unlikely enterprise partners; Microsoft seeks developer partners for...

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FCC window for Net Neutrality comments closes, with a bang; Google's Nest, ARM, Samsung launch new...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 15, 2014

Samsung Galaxy apps nudge out Google App Store; Apple addresses China's CCTV security allegations;...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 14, 2014

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Why Acquiring InMage Made Sense for Microsoft

A Microsoft exec sheds light on the rationale behind the acquisition of cloud data protection specialist InMage. VMware played an indirect role in the decision.

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Microsoft Entices Oracle Shops With SQL Server 2014 Migration Tool

The company focuses on SQL Server 2014's in-memory capabilities in its bid to siphon enterprise database workloads from rival Oracle.

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Juniper to Sell Junos Pulse Security Unit for $250 Million

The sale is the latest move by the networking vendor, which is streamlining its operations and focusing on high-growth areas.

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