Microsoft Lumia Smartphones Are Official, Nokia Not Quite Gone

Microsoft drops the Nokia name from future Lumia smartphones, but reserves the brand for entry-level devices.

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Android Wear Updated With GPS Support, Offline Music Features

The two key new features make Android Wear more significant as a wearable software platform.

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Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 24, 2014

.Net developers may be IBM's prize in cloud deal with Microsoft; Windows 10 to offer robust security; HP launches Intel-based Moonshot servers; and more news.

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10 Ways Social Media Affects Recruiting, Job-Seeking Processes

In a fiercely competitive labor market, recruiters must engage candidates like a marketer would engage customers. In this environment, social media is increasingly becoming the norm, resulting in a social recruiting experience across platforms as diverse as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and even photo blogs like Instagram, according... More >

AT&T Offers Fire Phone Buyers Kindle Fire HDX 7-Inch Slate for $50

For a limited period, if customers buy an Amazon Fire smartphone from AT&T, the carrier will throw in a Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch tablet for $50.

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LG Develops ARM-Based SoC for Smartphones

The device maker introduces the eight-core Nuclun processor in its new G3 Screen smartphone, which also supports LTE-A Cat 6 networking.

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NYPD Officers Getting City-Issued Smartphones, Tablets

New York's police officers have never all had city-issued devices, but that will change as 34,500 NYPD officers will be getting smartphones and tablets.

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HP Looking to Sell H3C Networking Subsidiary: Reports

The company, weeks after saying it was splitting in two, wants to sell at least 51 percent of its Chinese networking business, according to reports.

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Microsoft Scrambles to Fix Zero-Day Flaw in OLE

A Sandworm variant gets a "Fix it" update, but not yet a full patch. The flaw abuses the same OLE technology that enables the Sandworm bug.

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Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 23, 2014

Microsoft and Dell are teaming up for cloud-in-a-box systems; EMC is buying out Cisco's stake in the...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 22, 2014

Google locks down passwords with security key technology; Microsoft expands its hyperscale cloud...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 21, 2014

IBM will pay Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take its chip business; Accenture and Oracle partner on...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 20, 2014

Big data giants flex at Strata + Hadoop World; HP adds deployment options for its DR-as-a-service;...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 17, 2014

Cray rolls out Urika-XA Hadoop Analytics Appliance; Microsoft unveils iPhone 6 Plus-friendly Skype...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 16, 2014

Asus puts Intel Atom, modem into PadFone X Mini; Slow BlackBerry Passport smartphone availability...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 15, 2014

Lenovo, VMware partner on IT infrastructure systems; Dropbox users attacked, but company denies...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 14, 2014

Microsoft says Surface Pro 3 here to stay, Windows 10-ready;  Sprint adds single sign-on option...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 13, 2014

Symantec confirms split to create security, storage companies; Investor pushes EMC to spin off...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 10, 2014

AT&T fined $105M for 'cramming' cell phone bills; WiFi Alliance makes using Passpoint service...

Genuitec Ships GapDebug Tool for PhoneGap Mobile Apps

Genuitec's free GapDebug tool provides a simple debugging solution for developers building PhoneGap applications.

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Technology, Work Ethic Causing Generational Office Friction

For older workers, digital communication is often seen as an inadequate, or worse, frustrating substitute for face-to-face interactions, Ricoh found.

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Health Apps, Fitness Trackers Popular Among Parents

The BabyCenter survey found that moms are willing to invest in new devices that give insight into their health and that of their children.

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