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Apple Confirms BookLamp Buy, Swell App Said to Be Next

Apple is said to have purchased BookLamp and be in the process of buying Swell. The first is the Pandora of talk radio and the other the Pandora of books.

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U.S. Mobile Phone Unlocking Bill Doesn't Deliver Instant Freedom

NEWS ANALYSIS: A new law that makes it legal for people to unlock their cell phones so they can move to another service provider will expand owners' options, but is no magic bullet.

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HP Brings 'Capture the Flag' Competition to Black Hat

The challenges will be familiar to many security professionals. The winner of the security competition could walk away with his or her own Quadracopter.

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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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Apple Confirms BookLamp Buy, Swell App Said to Be Next

Apple is said to have purchased BookLamp and be in the process of buying Swell. The first is the Pandora of talk radio and the other the Pandora of books.

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HP Brings 'Capture the Flag' Competition to Black Hat

The challenges will be familiar to many security professionals. The winner of the security competition could walk away with his or her own Quadracopter.

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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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CoreOS Stabilizes Cloud Container Linux Operating System

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

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