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IT Boot Camps Offer Training, From ERP to Linux and More

When IT employees need to increase their skills quickly, IT boot camps in a variety of subjects can offer educational resources for gaining new knowledge.

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Debunking the Top Myths About DevOps

CA has come up with a new booklet to help enterprises looking to move into DevOps break out the myth from the reality. CA says DevOps is real and is delivering real benefits, but that doesn't stop people from having adverse ideas about it. In the booklet, titled Dysfunction Junction - A Pragmatic Guide to Getting Started with... More >

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World War II Codebreaking Center Is Reborn After Being in Disrepair

During the war, the center in England was an invaluable resource for deciphering encoded enemy communications. Now, it's a museum that showcases that history.

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Sprints Slows Churn, Posted $23M Profit in Q2

Sprint managed to post a profit during Q2 and slowed its subscriber losses. On its earnings call, it announced a new prepaid plan with Walmart.

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Buying the Perfect Notebook: What to Look for in the Latest Models

The latest research on the PC market shows that things have gone slightly awry. While the market has started to stabilize from major losses in recent quarters, thanks to a sales resurgence in notebooks and Chromebooks, things just aren't the way they once were. PCs are no longer the dominant force in technology purchasing, and... More >

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Samsung, Apple Continue to Lead Worldwide Smartphone Market

Samsung's devices and the iPhone remain the big players in the worldwide smartphone market, but there is intense competition in emerging territories.

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IT Boot Camps Offer Training, From ERP to Linux and More

When IT employees need to increase their skills quickly, IT boot camps in a variety of subjects can offer educational resources for gaining new knowledge.

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World War II Codebreaking Center Is Reborn After Being in Disrepair

During the war, the center in England was an invaluable resource for deciphering encoded enemy communications. Now, it's a museum that showcases that history.

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Sprints Slows Churn, Posted $23M Profit in Q2

Sprint managed to post a profit during Q2 and slowed its subscriber losses. On its earnings call, it announced a new prepaid plan with Walmart.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: JULY 29, 2014

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Samsung, Apple Continue to Lead Worldwide Smartphone Market

Samsung's devices and the iPhone remain the big players in the worldwide smartphone market, but there is intense competition in emerging territories.

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Microsoft Preparing Windows Phone 8.1 Update for Developers

Microsoft plans to deliver a Windows Phone 8.1 update to developers next week with new Apps Corner, VPN features and other developer goodness.

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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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