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How FreeConferenceCall.com Climbed to Collaboration Heights

With 1.3 billion mobile workers worldwide, there is an increasing demand for conferencing and collaboration services that save time and reduce travel costs.

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Microsoft Open-Sources WorldWide Telescope

Microsoft has open-sourced its WorldWide Telescope project giving it an MIT license and landing it in the .NET Foundation.

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Google May Be Working on Its Next Google Glass Project

The original Google Glass Explorer program ended in January, but a recent Google filing with the FCC might suggest that the next version of Glass is underway.

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U.S. Government, Firms Conduct International Cyber-Exercises

The 3-week effort, called Cyber Guard, comes as U.S. government systems and private firms suffer major attacks. This year, banks and energy officials took part.

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Surveillance Tech Firm Hacking Team Falls Victim to Hackers

Hacking Team, a company that helps governments and others with surveillance, is the victim of a major breach that leaks 400GB of documents.

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AMD Reduces Q2 Forecast as Global Sales Slow

AMD officials say continued weak demand for consumer PCs worldwide will drive second-quarter revenue down by 8 percent from the first quarter.

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MasterCard Eyes Facial Scans for Mobile Purchase Security

An experimental project will look at how facial scans taken with mobile devices could be used for online purchase authorizations.

 

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Google Launches Mobile App for Managing Cloud Resources

The Google Cloud Console app for Android and iOS will let administrators use mobile devices to view and manage cloud hosted applications.

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Microsoft's WiFi Sense Poses Manageable Security Risks

NEWS ANALYSIS: The Windows 10 WiFi password sharing feature poses a potential risk, but it's manageable if you have implemented real wireless security.

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CALIFORNIA LAW EXPECTED TO DETER SMARTPHONE THEFTS

DAILY VIDEO: California's smartphone kill-switch law now in effect; MasterCard eyes facial scans for mobile purchase security; Oracle adds Commerce Cloud to its online services lineup; and there's more.


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Apple Must Pay Ebook Buyers After Losing Antitrust Case Appeal

DAILY VIDEO: Apple loses appeal of 2013 ebook price-fixing antitrust case; Microsoft extends its...

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Microsoft Visual Studio RTM Ready for Download July 20

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SAP Testing Apple Watch Apps for Enterprise Users

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Microsoft Releases Office Apps for Android Mobile Devices

DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft launches Office for Android phones; Google pulls controversial audio listening...

Microsoft Office 365 Cloud Status Notifications Go Mobile

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Oracle Sets Sights on Amazon With New PaaS Cloud Offerings

DAILY VIDEO: Oracle expands cloud PaaS offerings in quest for renewed growth; NetApp brings high-end...

Loopholes Appear in Microsoft's Windows 10 Upgrade Policy

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AMD Execs Deny Reports It Plans to Split Up the Company

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Intel President James Leaving at End of the Year

Renee James, who also played a key role in building up Intel's software business, is resigning to pursue CEO opportunities at other companies.

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Samsung Holds Lead for Wearables Patents

More than half (53 percent) of Samsung's wearable patents are relevant to user output components, such as displays and speakers.

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What Do SMBs Need From IT? Simple: It's Simplicity

This is becoming a mantra: Business applications need to be easy to install and use, or else no one will use them.

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