5 Reasons Why Podcasting Is Back in the Media Spotlight

NEWS ANALYSIS: Podcasting isn't making a comeback. It never went anywhere. It's just back in the spotlight bigger and better than ever.

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GHOST Bug Not New, but Can Haunt Older Linux Versions

NEWS ANALYSIS: The newly discovered GHOST vulnerability isn't really new, but it places renewed emphasis on how open-source security practices need to improve.

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VoltDB Eases Fast Data App Development

The new 5.0 release of the VoltDB in-memory database simplifies fast data application development.

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Iron Mountain Offers Basic Rules for Maintaining Data Privacy

Among the chief concerns is that the amount of data and devices now managed continues to soar—and this data lives in multiple formats throughout an enterprise.

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Amazon's New WorkMail Targets Business Users

Amazon announced a cloud-based email and calendaring service called WorkMail, which one analyst said could be the first of many follow-on offerings.

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AT&T Posts $3.9B Net Loss While Revenue Rises to $34.4B in Q4

AT&T's revenue is up 3.8 percent from the same quarter one year ago while the company also added 854,000 new postpaid wireless customers in the fourth quarter. 

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SoftLayer CEO Lance Crosby Resigns From IBM

Lance Crosby, CEO of SoftLayer, has resigned from IBM, as Big Blue reorganizes its Cloud group.

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Apple Posts Record $74.6B Revenue, Record $18B Profit in Q1 2015

Apple's record-breaking earnings numbers for the quarter are fueled by huge sales of iPhones, Mac computers and App Store apps, according to the company.

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Spy Tool Noted in Leaked NSA Documents Linked to Regin Malware

An analysis links an advanced espionage framework known as Regin to malware described in leaked NSA documents, making it the strongest link yet discovered to nation-state cyber-operations.

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Enterprise Tech Videos


Cortana makes Windows 10 debut in January preview build; FTC says IoT focus should be on security, privacy; Dell upgrades Kace K1000 for BYOD, Internet of things; and there's more.

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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...

Daily Video: Islamic State Supporters Hack USCENTCOM Twitter Accounts

Islamic State supporters hack U.S. military command's Twitter accounts; Heartland provides breach...

Daily Video: Microsoft Blasts Google Over Windows 8.1 Flaw Disclosure

Microsoft blasts Google's handling of Windows 8.1 flaw disclosure;  EFF unveils Android-only...

Apache Spark Developer Adoption on the Rise

Developers are increasingly adopting Apache Spark over MapReduce for big data processing, according to a new Typesafe survey.

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Google Launching Gigabit Internet Services in 18 More Cities

Communities in the Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville and Raleigh-Durham metro areas will receive Google Fiber soon.

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Twitter Expands by Enabling Private Chatrooms, Video Editing

Up to now, Twitter subscribers could aggregate public discussions into Tweetchats but had no way to do private chat sessions.

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