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Connecticut Launches First School Based on IBM P-TECH Model

Connecticut opens a new high school in Norwalk based on IBM's P-TECH model that takes students from grade 9 to grade 14 to train future IT workers.

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Future of Robotics Debate Stumbles Over Question: What Is a Robot

NEWS ANALYSIS: Some people are saying that it's time to regulate robots. But it's hard to determine how to regulate this technology when there is precious little agreement on what constitutes a robot.

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Goes Mobile

Dynamics NAV rides Microsoft's "mobile-first" wave as the company releases native iOS and Android apps for its SMB ERP software platform.

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Oracle Buys Front Porch to Upgrade Its Content Management

Customers use Front Porch to manage and monetize their expanding volumes of digital media content, such as high-definition video.

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Plantronics Seeks Entrants for Wearables Innovation Contest

The contest is aimed at finding new ideas for future-generation Bluetooth headsets that will be used by enterprises, hearing-impaired people and others.

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Google Intros Low-Cost Android One Smartphones in India

The phones, starting at about $105 each, are aimed at bringing affordable, quality phones and mobile service to billions of users around the world, Google said.

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Connecticut Launches First School Based on IBM P-TECH Model

Connecticut opens a new high school in Norwalk based on IBM's P-TECH model that takes students from grade 9 to grade 14 to train future IT workers.

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Future of Robotics Debate Stumbles Over Question: What Is a Robot

NEWS ANALYSIS: Some people are saying that it's time to regulate robots. But it's hard to determine how to regulate this technology when there is precious little agreement on what constitutes a robot.

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Goes Mobile

Dynamics NAV rides Microsoft's "mobile-first" wave as the company releases native iOS and Android apps for its SMB ERP software platform.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: SEPT. 15, 2014

Feds threatened Yahoo with $250K-a-day fine over user data; How to get an iPhone 6 from the Big 4 wireless carriers; Cisco focuses on railroads with new IoT solution; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 12, 2014

T-Mobile to use WiFi to supplement its Cellular Network; The Google password hack that wasn't; Dell...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 11, 2014

Intel says Skylake PC chips to launch in second half of 2015; Red Hat renews server management...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 10, 2014

Why Apple's most important news was about a new service; Home Depot confirms data breach, but gives...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 9, 2014

Microsoft revamps MSN for 'mobile-first, cloud-first' era; LinkedIn improves user security; Intel...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 8, 2014

Verizon must pay a $7.4 million fine to settle a privacy probe; Healthcare.gov was breached in a...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 5, 2014

AT&T launches cloud storage for federal government agencies; Cisco, Red Hat partner on OpenStack...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 4, 2014

Samsung throws a curve with galaxy note edge; What Apple needs to do to Secure Its Users; Lenovo...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 3, 2014

Celebrity photo hack exposes dark cloud risk; T-Mobile argues against AT&T, Verizon roaming...

Daily Tech Briefing: Sept. 2, 2014

T-Mobile fined $819K by FCC for cell phone issues with hearing aids; Mozilla improving security...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 29, 2014

Apple reportedly working on 12.9-Inch iPad; HP unveils next-gen ProLiant servers for data center...


Oracle Buys Front Porch to Upgrade Its Content Management

Customers use Front Porch to manage and monetize their expanding volumes of digital media content, such as high-definition video.

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Malware-Free Intrusions on the Rise

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Microsoft Snaps Up Minecraft for $2.5 Billion

It's official. The software giant is acquiring Mojang, the software developer behind the popular multiplatform Minecraft game.

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