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Microsoft Embroiled in Chinese Antitrust Probe

The company's offices in China are paid a visit by the country's anti-monopoly investigators.

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Microsoft Lawyer Warns of Dire Consequences if U.S. Wins Warrant Case

NEWS ANALYSIS:  A panel of legal experts says the U.S. risks a serious backlash from foreign governments if a warrant for email data stored on a European server is upheld in an upcoming trial.

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HP Discovers Common Vulnerabilities in 10 IoT Devices

The opportunity to have many devices connected to the Web brings risk. An HP report finds 70 percent of IoT devices use unencrypted network services.

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Proposed USA Freedom Act Updated for Improved Privacy

Efforts to reform government surveillance laws continue to push through Congress. The USA Freedom Act of 2014 is the latest step in that direction.

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Microsoft, Akamai Team Up for Security Startup Accelerator

The two companies announce plans to boost IT security startups and entrepreneurs in Israel.

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Using Small Data to Accomplish Big Things

Colleges don't need to spend a lot of money on big data projects to reap the benefits of information analytics, says a speaker at Campus Technology 2014.

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Microsoft Embroiled in Chinese Antitrust Probe

The company's offices in China are paid a visit by the country's anti-monopoly investigators.

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Microsoft Lawyer Warns of Dire Consequences if U.S. Wins Warrant Case

NEWS ANALYSIS:  A panel of legal experts says the U.S. risks a serious backlash from foreign governments if a warrant for email data stored on a European server is upheld in an upcoming trial.

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Using Small Data to Accomplish Big Things

Colleges don't need to spend a lot of money on big data projects to reap the benefits of information analytics, says a speaker at Campus Technology 2014.

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IBM, AT&T Partner on Cloud-to-Cloud Networking

The companies, along with Applied Communications Sciences, developed the proof-of-concept under the auspices of DARPA.

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Google Drive Mobile Users Can Now Add Files Right Into Gmail Messages

The new feature enables users to add Drive files into Gmail messages on an iOS mobile device for the first time.

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Google Seeking Research Applicants on Internet Policy Issues

Google is looking for applicants to submit research proposals on a wide range of Internet policy issues, such as accessibility, governance and open standards.

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