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How the Linux Foundation's CII Is Securing the Internet

VIDEO: Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, explains how millions of dollars he helped raise are going toward preventing the next open-source Heartbleed.

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Samsung Wants Nvidia GPU Sales Banned in US

The device maker's petition filing to U.S. regulators is the latest move in an ongoing patent dispute with Nvidia over chip technologies.

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Mobile Apps Are Main Focus of Innovators at DEMO Fall 2014 Showcase

IDG's DEMO conference, which has launched a long list of innovative technology companies and products, concluded its DEMO Fall 2014 conference Nov. 20 by again showcasing innovations—this time in the areas of finance, touch, enterprise, wearables and hardware technology. A number of smart- and big-data solutions were also... More >

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Tech M&A Market Still Revving, but Concerns on Horizon

Almost two-thirds agreed that deal structuring can reduce risk to manageable levels and that litigation concerns should be priced into any deal.

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Barracuda Offers Consolidated Network, Content Security Platform

The Security Suite allows customers to purchase and deploy protection across three common threat vectors: email, Web browsing and network perimeters.

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Unauthorized File Sharing a Major Threat to Businesses

More than one-third of employees store or share business documents through their personal file sharing and sync solutions "all the time."

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How the Linux Foundation's CII Is Securing the Internet

VIDEO: Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, explains how millions of dollars he helped raise are going toward preventing the next open-source Heartbleed.

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Samsung Wants Nvidia GPU Sales Banned in US

The device maker's petition filing to U.S. regulators is the latest move in an ongoing patent dispute with Nvidia over chip technologies.

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Tech M&A Market Still Revving, but Concerns on Horizon

Almost two-thirds agreed that deal structuring can reduce risk to manageable levels and that litigation concerns should be priced into any deal.

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DAILY VIDEO: MOZILLA TAKES $300M GAMBLE ON YAHOO TO ASSERT INDEPENDENCE

Mozilla takes $300M gamble on Yahoo to reassert its independence; Samsung to offer fewer smartphone models to cut costs; Dell software suite aims to drive UC adoption; and more.


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Daily Video: SGI Unveils 2 New Supercomputers, Management Software

SGI unveils 2 new supercomputers, management software; Woz joins startup primary data; IBM verse...

Daily Video: FCC to Talk to AT&T About Threats to Halt Fiber Work

FCC wants to talk to AT&T about threats to halt fiber installations; Cray to evaluate ARM chips...

Daily Video: AT&T Halts Mobile Phone Info Tracking 'Experiment'

AT&T stops using permanent mobile phone-tracking info; U.S. State Department is the latest...

Daily Video: AT&T Halts Fiber Spending Over Net Neutrality Question

AT&T pulls back on fiber to 100 U.S. cities over Net Neutrality fight; Microsoft dials up an...

Daily Video: Amazon Claims Aurora DB Engine Screams With Speed

Amazon's Aurora DB engine screams with speed; Microsoft enhances DevOps support in Visual Studio; HP...

Daily Video: Microsoft to Take .NET Cross-Platform to Linux, Mac

Microsoft will take its .NET cross-platform to Linux and the Mac; hackers breached NOAA; Apple...

Tech Briefing: Skype for Business to Replace Microsoft Lync in 2015

Skype for business to replace Microsoft Lync in 2015; Verizon adds Ellipsis 8 to its tablet arsenal;...

Tech Briefing: Michael Dell Says Emerging Markets Key to Future Growth

Michael Dell: Emerging markets key to future growth; Raspberry Pi unveils a smaller, cheaper...

Tech Briefing: Google Cloud to Store Petabytes of Genome Data

Google cloud to store petabytes of genome data for health researchers; Dell sees PCs as 'hub' of IoT;...

Tech Briefing: AT&T Releasing 4 Smartphone Models to Customers Nov. 7

AT&T releasing 4 smartphone models to customers Nov. 7; Beware WireLurker, a hybrid of Mac OS X...



IBM Patents Design for Data Privacy Engine

IBM's newly patented data privacy engine safeguards cloud data shared across borders. This new invention improves upon manual privacy techniques.

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Cisco, AT&T Alliance Aims at Business Collaboration

The carrier next month will begin offering a conferencing service for businesses based on Cisco's CMR Cloud solution, which includes WebEx products.

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Mozilla Reports Flat Revenue a Day After Dropping Google for Yahoo

As the open-source browser vendor is set to change search providers, financial details emerge on its most recent fiscal year, showing a slight bump in revenue.

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