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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: APRIL 17, 2014

Microsoft launches Azure Cloud service for Internet of Things; Heartbleed impacts taxes, Android; AMD Demos x86 APU server running Fedora Linux; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: April 16, 2014

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Daily Tech Briefing: April 14, 2014

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Daily Tech Briefing: April 10, 2014

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Apple Documents Leave No Doubt Larger iPhones Are Coming; Qualcomm Intros Fastest 64-Bit Snapdragon...

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Tesora Updates DBaaS Platform, Focuses on OpenStack Icehouse

Tesora updated its database virtualization engine to provide better performance from its Trove-based database as a service (DBaaS).

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First Arrest Related to Heartbleed SSL Flaw Reported

NEWS ANALYSIS: Though experts are still assessing the full impact of Heartbleed, police in Canada made the first arrest related to the SSL encryption flaw.

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Citizen Developers Are Changing the Face of Business Software

So-called citizen developers are making an impact on enterprise software development by building their own apps without the help of IT.

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