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CTIA, Carriers Finally Agree to a Smartphone Kill Switch

NEWS ANALYSIS: Phone makers and the wireless service providers will support long-awaited antitheft software for smartphones as smartphone thefts reach record levels.

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Heartbleed SSL Flaw's True Cost Will Take Time to Tally

NEWS ANALYSIS: Privacy, bandwidth and money have all been lost due to the Heartbleed bug. The full implications are, as yet, unknown.

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Google Cloud Unveils Hadoop Connectors, New App Engine Version

Google Cloud Platform now has Google BigQuery and Datastore connectors for use with Hadoop. Also added is a new version of Google App Engine.

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Daily Tech Briefing: April 18, 2014

Google's Ara phone promises to provide exactly the phone you need; First arrest related to Heartbleed SSL flaw reported: Senate bill aims to replace federal agency with Google Search; and more.

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Dropbox Adds Loom, Hackpad to Its Growing 'Family of Apps'

Dropbox recently announced a new chapter for the company that includes nurturing a family of apps. Loom and Hackpad are its newest members.

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Rumored Amazon Smartphone Could Help Company Sell More, Collect Data

With a smartphone, Amazon could collect more data, offer better recommendations and sell more stuff—in addition to shows and games.

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Dropbox Adds Loom, Hackpad to Its Growing 'Family of Apps'

Dropbox recently announced a new chapter for the company that includes nurturing a family of apps. Loom and Hackpad are its newest members.

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Rumored Amazon Smartphone Could Help Company Sell More, Collect Data

With a smartphone, Amazon could collect more data, offer better recommendations and sell more stuff—in addition to shows and games.

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Microsoft Says It Shipped 5 Million Xbox Ones

Sales of the company's newest Xbox outpace its successful predecessor, but the console still trails behind Sony's PlayStation 4.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: APRIL 18, 2014

Google's Ara phone promises to provide exactly the phone you need; First arrest related to Heartbleed SSL flaw reported: Senate bill aims to replace federal agency with Google Search; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: April 17, 2014

Microsoft launches Azure Cloud service for Internet of Things; Heartbleed impacts taxes, Android; AMD...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 16, 2014

Will open-source money prevent the next Heartbleed? Broadcom, Quantenna aim for faster WiFi; IRS pays...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 15, 2015

Cisco, Juniper work to protect networking gear from Heartbleed; Google Chrome 35 Beta shows off...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 14, 2014

Even before heartbleed, improper Use of SSL put users at risk; Google patches apps, services in...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 11, 2014

BlackBerry Intends to stay in the handset business, Chen says; T-Mobile kicks off 3 days of news with...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 10, 2014

'Heartbleed' OpenSSL flaw may lead to leaked passwords, encryption keys; Google releases Chrome...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 9, 2014

Microsoft's Cortana Presages Bing's Future; IBM Brings New Cloud Offerings, Pricing to the Mainframe;...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 8, 2014

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

Daily Tech Briefing: April 7, 2014

T-Mobile Says It Will Keep Supporting BlackBerry Users Despite Rift; Windows XP Deadline's Potential...

Daily Tech Briefing: April 4, 2014

Lumia 930 Flagship Among First Nokia Models to Run Windows Phone 8.1; Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update...


McAfee Evolving Beyond Antivirus at Intel Security

VIDEO: Mike Fey, CTO of Intel Security, discusses how McAfee is now stronger, thanks to Intel.

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Apple Deals With Alpine, Pioneer Will Bring CarPlay to Older Vehicles

Apple CarPlay will arrive in select new vehicles this summer. But equipment from Alpine and Pioneer means older cars can have it, too.

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AMD to Launch ARM-Based Opteron Server Chip in Late 2014

The company has begun sampling its "Seattle" SoC, a key part of its "ambidextrous computing" effort.

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