Fujitsu Unveils New Converged Data Center Solutions

The company's new Integrated Systems offerings are aimed at such workloads as virtual desktops, private clouds, and SAP and Microsoft environments.

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Daily Tech Briefing: July 25, 2014

Apple denies iOS devices enable access by NSA snoopers; Tim Cook admits lower-cost used iPhone sales are good for Apple; Oracle Linux 7 makes its debut; and more.

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Amazon Fire Phone With Firefly Is Quick and Cool, if a Little Flakey

AT&T will exclusively sell the Amazon Fire smartphone beginning July 25. The Fire is unlike anything else on the market. It runs Amazon's Fire OS, which is based on Android, but very much Amazon's design. The user interface is carousel-style, like Amazon's tablets; it's by no means an Android phone. Distinguishing it still... More >

Microsoft Entices Oracle Shops With SQL Server 2014 Migration Tool

The company focuses on SQL Server 2014's in-memory capabilities in its bid to siphon enterprise database workloads from rival Oracle.

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WordPress Under Attack Again

An unpatched plug-in could be leaving WordPress site owners and their neighbors at risk of exploitation.

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Juniper to Sell Junos Pulse Security Unit for $250 Million

The sale is the latest move by the networking vendor, which is streamlining its operations and focusing on high-growth areas.

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Mobile Ad Spending Surges With Big Shift to Smartphone, Tablet Use

NEWS ANALYSIS: Mobile advertising is poised to surpass newspapers and radio advertising in 2014 as the amount of time people work with their smartphones and tablets keeps rising.

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Chinese National Denied Bail on Charges of Hacking Boeing Network

A Canadian court denies bail to a man accused by the U.S. Department of Justice of hacking into defense contractor Boeing's network.

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Microsoft's Station Q Delves Into Quantum Computing

The software maker's quantum computing lab is exploring ways to tame qubits—and perhaps help shape the future of IT—at UC Santa Barbara.

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HP Invests $50 Million in Hadoop Distributor Hortonworks

The move is the latest by a top-tier tech firm to partner with a Hadoop distribution company to expand their big data efforts.

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Google Maps Apps Updated With Explore Button to Find Places

The new button will make it easier for users to find interesting places to visit, dine and explore on their travels or while they are in their hometowns.

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Google Acquires GPU Benchmarking Vendor DrawElements

Google is buying DrawElements, which offers testing software that measures the quality of graphics processing units (GPUs), to tie in with its Android products.

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