Andy Rubin, Former Leader of Android Division, Leaves Google

Andy Rubin, who was the chief developer of Google's Android mobile operating system, and who most recently headed the search giant's robotics and drone programs, is leaving the company.

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iPod History: 10 Milestones in This Wearable Music Player's Evolution

The iPod has come a long way. The iPod actually helped save Apple when it was first introduced in October 2001, back in the days when the company was still recovering from years of slowing sales and management turmoil. For years after, the iPod and its signature earbuds were so common that it became a cultural icon and a device... More >

Carriers Tell U.S. 'No' to Plans for Internet Fast Lanes

In recent letters AT&T, Comcast and Verizon said they have no plans to seek deals with content providers that would give faster Internet performance in exchange for special payments.

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Dropbox to Come Preloaded on HP, Acer PCs

The deals follow a similar one reached earlier this year with Dell, and come as the embattled PC market continues to stabilize.

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How On-Demand Networks Change the Way We Live and Work

People are spending more time socializing, learning, working and playing online—whether for business or in their personal lives. They are using a growing variety of on-demand applications enabled by the proliferation of Internet-connected devices and the improved reach, capacity and agility of communications networks. To keep... More >

Ruckus, TP-Link Among Latest WiFi Options to Increase Speed, Security

The importance of wireless Internet at home and at work has grown apace with the number of portable, connected devices such as smartphones, tablets and notebooks that have infiltrated our lives. Wires are a thing of the past, but a WiFi connection that seems slower than your 3G network speeds is no longer acceptable. Fortunately,... More >


How NSA Director Wants to Build an IoT Security Coalition

Admiral Michael Rogers is preparing a coalition of government, military and commercial interests to fight a global cyber-war if necessary.

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Microsoft Unveils Second-Generation Open Server Design

At the Open Compute Project event in Europe, Microsoft officials rolled out server specs that include a dual-chip design and flash memory support.

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Verizon Adds FireEye Cyber-Security Tools for Business Users

Verizon is adding cyber-security tools from FireEye to its managed services portfolio to help enterprises maintain data and network security.

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Booz Allen Hamilton Acquires Health Informatics Firm Epidemico

The acquisition is part of the company’s strategy to further develop advanced analytic capabilities in areas such as population health.

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IBM Launches New Cloud-Based Data Services

IBM's new cloud-based data services include IBM DataWorks and IBM dashDB, among others, to help provide a fluid cloud data layer for enterprises.

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Small Businesses Investing in Mobile Technology

Small business should pay attention to some of the same places they have been getting their cloud and mobility information, the CompTIA survey found.

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