Mitre Warns of Issues With Software Flaw ID System if Count Top 10K

With the annual tally of software flaws likely to exceed 10,000 in the coming years, government contractor MITRE will change the format of the standard identifiers that developers and security firms assign to software security issues.

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Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 17, 2014

Microsoft Dynamics NAV goes Mobile; AMD, Canonical unveil bundled OpenStack Cloud Package; Docker raises $40M, plans new enterprise tool for 2015; and more.

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Microsoft Updates Its 3D Printing App

The major update features a user-interface revamp, new model manipulation tools and support for 3D Systems' cloud printing service.

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Apple Delivers iOS 8, Which It Calls 'Biggest iOS Release Ever'

Apple's long-awaited iOS 8 operating system upgrade is now available to users, bringing many new features as well as new risks.

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AT&T Unveils Embedded Global SIM for Use in Many Products

The tiny Global SIM, which is the size of the tip of a pencil eraser, allows product makers to build support into products so they can be connected to the Internet of things.

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AT&T Taking Preorders for New Moto X Smartphones

The second-generation Moto X devices will be available starting Sept. 26 in AT& T stores.

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Adobe Launches EchoSign E-Signature App for Android

Adobe's EchoSign electronic signature app is now available for Android in addition to the iOS platform.

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Microsoft's Digital Assistant Cortana Spied on Windows 9

New leaks reveal that one of Windows Phone 8.1's standout features, Cortana, is on the "threshold" of appearing on Microsoft's next desktop operating system.

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Cisco Brings Sourcefire Technology to Next-Gen Firewall

The vendor's ASA with FirePower Services solution leverages technology obtained when Cisco bought Sourcefire almost a year ago.

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OpenStack's Mission Is Total Victory

Marten Mickos, the incoming head of HP's cloud efforts, sets an audacious goal for the open-source cloud.

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vArmour Emerges From Stealth With Real Virtual Security

After raising $42 million in funding, the security startup reveals its technology platform to secure modern IT infrastructure.

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IBM Launches Watson Analytics for Business Users

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