Microsoft, TracFone Team on Mobile Health Services

The companies kick off a pilot program to help diabetics better manage their condition with Windows Phones.

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T-Mobile Free Data Offer Aimed at Luring Rivals' Customers

T-Mobile is offering a year of unlimited free cellular data to Simple Choice customers who get a friend or relative to switch to the company from a competitor.

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Five Places You Didn't Think You'd Find Supercomputers

Traditionally, the supercomputer has been associated with the cold, dark corners of the server room; that was back in the era before the cloud became ubiquitous and the businessperson's primary tool was a mobile device. Unless you've been an upper-echelon scientist, mathematician or hard-core computer geek, few people have real... More >

Daily Tech Briefing: August 21, 2014

Linux founder Linus Torvalds '"still wants the desktop"; plus, AT&T and Verizon launch HTC One M8 running Windows Phone 8.1; and more news.

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Building Cars With Crowdsourced Intelligence

The CEO of Local Motors explains to LinuxCon attendees why the future of automobiles is open.

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What HP Chromebook 11, 14 Deliver Now Before the HP Stream 14

The Hewlett-Packard Chromebook 11 is one of the more prominent Chromebooks on the market right now. In fact, lately when people surf to Google's Chromebook site, they'll find that it's the device Google features first on the page and the one that arguably comes with the best features for the price. The Chromebook 11, in other words,... More >


Microsoft Touts Lumia's Eco-Friendliness

The Nokia Lumia line of candy-colored smartphones has a variety of hues, but each device is green on the inside, according to Microsoft.

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Why the Future of Education Is Open

The CEO of edX explains to LinuxCon attendees how his platform is using open source and big data analytics to change the world of education.

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Eight in 10 Enterprises Turn to Citizen Developers for Innovation

To help close the skills gap, up to 80 percent of enterprises said they are turning to citizen developers, an IBM study found.

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Daily Tech Briefing: August 20, 2014

Spate of Cloud outages plague Microsoft Azure; New mobile phone charging methods lurk on the horizon;...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 19, 2014

Google strengthens Chrome Browser to prevent malware downloads; Apple, Samsung losing grip on tablet...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 18, 2014

Dell exec: enterprise mobility doesn't need to be difficult; Microsoft Surface Pro 3 dock goes on...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 15, 2014

Sprint targets SMB customers to help stem falling sales; Microsoft takes aim at Apple's MacBook Air,...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 14, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Alpha offers a hint of iPhone for the U.K.; Intel Big Data platform used for...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 13, 2014

T-Mobile intros pay as you go plan with flat 10-cent rate; Lenovo unveils new ThinkStation...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 12, 2014

Apple's transition of Siri to desktops could happen soon; Intel digs deeper into 14nm Broadwell-Y SoC...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 11, 2014

Microsoft, iFixit want entrepreneurs to give new life to old gadgets; European Union expresses...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 8, 2014

Sprint reportedly ends pursuit of T-Mobile, names new CEO; Apple rumored to unveil iPhone 6 on Sept....

Daily Tech Briefing: August 7, 2014

Russian cyber-gang gathers 1.2B login credentials via Website flaws; Target breach price check: $148...

CertainSafe Debuts HIPAA-Compliant File Sharing, Storage Platform

The file sharing service has a PCI Level 1 DSS data security certification, which is categorized as being more stringent than being "in compliance."

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Monetate Launches Testing & Targeting Marketing Platform

The platform has been designed for marketers to independently create, deploy, learn and adjust two-tail experiments all in one place.

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Syrian Cyber-Attacks Expose Activists, Firms to Malware Infection

Hacking groups operating from Syria, Russia and Lebanon have targeted activists on both sides of the Syrian civil war with malware campaigns, says security firm Kaspersky.

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