AT&T, Verizon, U.S. Cellular Taking LG G4 Smartphone Preorders

With the LG G4 flagship smartphone set to launch next week, more mobile carriers are starting to take preorders from waiting customers.

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Lenovo Crafts Z51 Notebook for Consumers, Enterprise Buyers

Lenovo is one of the world's top notebook makers, offering products that have been favorites with enterprise buyers—not the least because it acquired IBM's PC business and owns the venerable ThinkPad laptop brand. But Lenovo recently announced a new notebook, the Z51, that's designed to bridge the gap between the enterprise... More >

Fedora 22 Advances Linux for Cloud, Workstations, Servers

The open-source Fedora 22 Linux distribution, which became generally available May 26, provides desktop, cloud and server users with an updated array of technologies and capabilities. Fedora is Red Hat's community Linux distribution and often serves as an incubator and a proving ground for the latest and greatest open-source... More >

Arabic Text Message Shuts Down Apple Devices

A text message is circulating that crashes the Messages app on iPhones and other Apple devices because of a flaw in how iOS handles Unicode.

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Emerging Markets Drive Smartphone Sales, with Samsung in Lead

The fastest growing regions were emerging Asia/Pacific, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East and North Africa, according to the Gartner report.

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Deloitte, Gigwalk Partner on Business Operations Data

Drawing on its systems integration, analytics and strategy capabilities, Deloitte will assist clients in integrating Gigwalk’s crowd-sourced data.

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Microsoft Links Windows 10 to Android, iOS Phones

Microsoft's new Phone Companion app extends the Windows 10 experience, including Cortana, to iPhones and Android handsets.

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Proposed FCC Rules Tighten Restrictions on Annoying Robocalls

NEWS ANALYSIS: If adopted, the new rules will place significant restrictions on automatic recorded phone calls as well as those that are autodialed, but have real people standing by to annoy you.

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Hyperscale Data Centers Drive Server Growth in Q1: IDC

Demand for density-optimized servers drove up server revenue by 17.2 percent, while fueling sales gains for vendors like HP and Dell, analysts said.

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Enterprise Tech Videos


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Daily Video: Apple Updates Apple Store App Log-In Security

Apple updates Apple Store app with better log-in security; Intel inside Microsoft's new Edge browser;...

Daily Video: Microsoft Squeezes Office Onto Android Phones

Microsoft squeezes Office onto Android phones; CareFirst discloses breach affecting up to 1.1M...

Daily Video: Microsoft Moves to Declutter Outlook Inboxes

Microsoft moves to declutter Outlook inboxes; Microsoft readies managed Outlook apps for iOS and...

Daily Video: Apple, Google Others Fight U.S. on Mobile Data Access

Apple, Google and other tech firms fight the U.S. on smartphone data access; Microsoft says "genuine"...

Daily Video: FBI Probes Claim of Airliner In-Flight Control Hack

FBI warrant probes claim of United Airlines in-flight control hack; Intel, Altera reportedly resume...

Daily Video: Microsoft Plans to Offer Various Windows 10 Versions

Microsoft plans to offer various Windows 10 versions; IBM silicon photonics chip ramps to 100G bps;...

Daily Video: Intel to Integrate ASIC Into Xeon Server Chips

Intel will integrate ASIC into Xeon server chips for cloud workloads; Qualcomm adds new services to...

Daily Video: Samsung Makes IoT Push With Artik Development Boards

Samsung makes IoT push with Artik development boards; Verizon's AOL acquisition for ads and content...

Daily Video: ADP Launches Big Data Analytics Cloud Platform

ADP launches its own big data analytics cloud platform; IBM rolls out new servers, software,...

802.11ac, Hotspot 2.0 Fuel Growth of Carrier WiFi Revenues

802.11ac, Hotspot 2.0 help fuel carrier WiFi revenue growth; Tiny CHIP computer to challenge...

Cyber-Attacks in 2015 Reveal Unknown Flaws in Flash, Windows

Seven cyber-attacks in the first quarter of 2015 revealed previously unknown flaws in Adobe Flash and Windows products, as attackers focused on finding flaws in ubiquitous software.

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WaveMaker Brings RAD to the Cloud With One Click Deployment

REVIEW: WaveMaker’s development platform combines rapid application development with rapid application deployment using a Platform-as-a-Service model.

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Broadcom Reportedly Talking With Avago About Buyout

A deal between Avago and Broadcom would add to a growing list of possible mergers in a fast-changing semiconductor market.

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