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Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 Smartphone Now Available for Preorder

Preorders for the latest Galaxy Note 4 large-screen smartphone open today, with devices shipping starting in mid-October, depending on the cellular carrier.

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Home Depot Security Breach Affects 56M Credit Card Holders

The retailer said that the data breach, caused by malware that has never been seen before, will cost an estimated $62 million.

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Amazon's Latest Kindles, Fire HD Tablets Boast More Speed, Storage

Amazon's latest Kindle e-readers and Fire HD tablets are set to arrive for consumers in October, including the new seventh-generation Kindle Voyage, which is the thinnest Kindle yet offered, and a lighter, more powerful Fire HDX 8.9 tablet, which now includes a graphics engine that is 70 percent faster than earlier Fire models. The... More >

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IBM Leads in Mobile App Dev, Software-Defined Storage

Industry analysts have ranked IBM among the top providers of mobile application development and software-defined storage offerings.

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Key Service Attributes That Can Make or Break a Cloud Solution

Having a dependable cloud service or services is becoming increasingly strategic in running a successful 21st-century business. More companies are counting on cloud services for various aspects of their day-to-day business functions, such as handling travel expenses (Concur, for example), collaboration (Salesforce Chatter, Yammer... More >

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10 Fitness-Tracking Devices to Meet Your Health Goals

Fitness tracking has become a hot topic in the technology industry. Samsung and Nike, in addition to smaller companies like Fitbit and Jawbone, have been competing in the space for some time. And, now, with new smartwatches launching with health-related features built in, a new class of products has entered the market to change how... More >

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Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 Smartphone Now Available for Preorder

Preorders for the latest Galaxy Note 4 large-screen smartphone open today, with devices shipping starting in mid-October, depending on the cellular carrier.

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Home Depot Security Breach Affects 56M Credit Card Holders

The retailer said that the data breach, caused by malware that has never been seen before, will cost an estimated $62 million.

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Trend Micro Releases Security Software 2015

The Trend Micro Security 2015 solution, aimed at consumers, is designed to resolve security and privacy issues that continue to affect Internet users.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: SEPT. 18, 2014

Apple restores two-factor authentication to iCloud; Microsoft's digital assistant Cortana is spied on Windows 9; Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatch is available for sale again; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 17, 2014

Microsoft Dynamics NAV goes Mobile; AMD, Canonical unveil bundled OpenStack Cloud Package; Docker...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 16, 2014

Apple iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus preorders top 4 million; WordPress resets 100,000 passwords after...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 15, 2014

Feds threatened Yahoo with $250K-a-day fine over user data; How to get an iPhone 6 from the Big 4...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 12, 2014

T-Mobile to use WiFi to supplement its Cellular Network; The Google password hack that wasn't; Dell...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 11, 2014

Intel says Skylake PC chips to launch in second half of 2015; Red Hat renews server management...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 10, 2014

Why Apple's most important news was about a new service; Home Depot confirms data breach, but gives...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 9, 2014

Microsoft revamps MSN for 'mobile-first, cloud-first' era; LinkedIn improves user security; Intel...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 8, 2014

Verizon must pay a $7.4 million fine to settle a privacy probe; Healthcare.gov was breached in a...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 5, 2014

AT&T launches cloud storage for federal government agencies; Cisco, Red Hat partner on OpenStack...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 4, 2014

Samsung throws a curve with galaxy note edge; What Apple needs to do to Secure Its Users; Lenovo...


IBM Extends Cloud Services to AT&T Private Networks

Business partners IBM and AT&T extended their alliance by adding AT&T NetBond to options IBM provides to access its SoftLayer cloud.

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AT&T Spins Up Network on Demand Service

Business customers will be able to provision services and change network bandwidth via an online self-service portal.

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Microsoft's Modern.IE Picks Up a Vagrant

Microsoft updates the Web developer resource kit to improve support for more third-party tools and platforms Vagrant and Parallels.

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