Apple to Accept Broken iPhones as Trade-Ins for New Models

DAILY VIDEO: Apple to take broken iPhones as trade-Ins for new phones, Updated Bing mobile apps sniff out bargains; MIT's 168-Core chip could bring AI to smartphones, IoT devices; and there's more.

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MocaCare's Latest Health Monitor Tracks Blood Pressure, Oxygen Levels

The MocaHeart monitor, designed to enable individuals to chart health trends over time, uses a proprietary index to give users simplified blood pressure metrics.

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Google Developing New Smartphone-Based Virtual Reality Headset

The upcoming VR headset will replace Google Cardboard as the company moves to add more features and capabilities for users.

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Avaya Offers Hybrid Cloud Collaboration to Midmarket

The options for the vendor's Midmarket Cloud lineup are designed to make it easier for channel partners to help companies migrate to the cloud.

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10 Steps BlackBerry's Leadership Is Taking to Complete Turnaround Plan

Over the last three years, BlackBerry has lost approximately $6 billion and watched its revenue plummet from $18.4 billion in the fiscal year ended March 2012 to $3.3 billion past year. The company was pummeled by the rise of the iPhone, iOS and Android and the touch screens they ran on, drying up demand for BlackBerry's iconic... More >

App Update Boosts Battery Life on Microsoft Band 2

An update to the Microsoft Health app helps users extend the battery life of their Band 2 wearables on their runs and bike rides.

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How Technology Transformed a 21-Year-Old Car Museum

The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles just created an interactive iOS app for visitors and completed a $90 million renovation project.

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MIT's 168-Core Chip Could Bring AI to Smartphones, IoT Devices

At the ISSCC show last week, MIT researchers  unveiled a chip they say will give mobile and embedded devices deep-learning capabilities.

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EU, U.S. Privacy Shield Deal Greeted With Claims It's Meaningless

NEWS ANALYSIS: Many see the agreement as a way to keep data flowing smoothly between the two continents while keeping the issue of data transfer privacy away from European courts.

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Google Reports Flaws in Major Anti-Malware Products

DAILY VIDEO: Google discloses flaws in Avast, Comodo and Malwarebytes products; Canonical lands...

Salesforce's Latest CRM Apps Let Users Do Business on Mobile Devices

DAILY VIDEO: Salesforce says its latest apps let users run business on mobile devices; the U.S. and...

AMD Debuts Virtualized Graphics Cards and Quiet Chips

DAILY VIDEO: AMD unveils virtualized GPUs, new quiet chips; Microsoft extends Office 365 FastTrack...

Samsung S7 Smartphones to Make Debut at Galaxy Unpacked 2016 Event

DAILY VIDEO: Samsung to debut S7 smartphones at its Galaxy Unpacked 2016 event Feb. 21; ex-AMD and...

Xerox Decides to Split Into Separate Document, BPO Operations

DAILY VIDEO: Xerox to split into independent document, BPO companies; Google's Chrome browser may...

Office Users Can Better Collaborate on Files Stored in Cloud

DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft beefs up Office's third-party cloud storage support; the new Chrome for iOS is...

Salesforce Rolls Out Heroku Enterprise for App Cloud

DAILY VIDEO: Salesforce launches Heroku Enterprise for App Cloud; Microsoft strengthens data privacy...

Persistent Rumors Claim Apple to Introduce a New 4-Inch iPhone

NEWS ANALYSIS: Rumors continue about Apple's expected 4-Inch iPhone; Michael Dell looks to ease worry...

Head of Apple's Electric Car Program to Leave the Company

DAILY VIDEO: Apple's key electric car program executive is departing; Cortana will help Windows 10...

MIT Studies Nanostructures for Building Smaller Chips

DAILY VIDEO: Self-stacking nanogrids could lead to tinier chips; Google's reported $1B iPhone deal...

HDS, Pentaho Join for Hyper-Converged Data Center System

HSP 400 is a single unit that supports big data processing, embedded business analytics and intuitive data management.

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Microsoft Beefs Up Data Protection for Government Cloud Customers

Showing its growing confidence in handling high-security cloud workloads, Microsoft makes Azure Backup and Site Recovery features available to government customers.

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Smart Home Tech Adoption Slowed by Underwhelming Apps

App functionality is a major consumer pain point, with frequent complaints of slow video streaming, long load times and the video blacking out. 

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