Daily Tech Briefing: July 22, 2014

EMC investor to urge storage vendor to spin off VMware; W3C launches effort for social web app interoperability; 'Zombie Zero' cyber-attacks hit logistics, robotic firms for months;  and more.

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Glassdoor Job Explorer Designed to Help Users Find Work

The visualization search tool uses an interactive U.S. map so job seekers can see the best opportunities by region.

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Startup Octoblu Promises IoT Platform for Connecting Devices

Company executives say the platform will offer a heterogeneous way to connect and manage the billions of devices that will make up the IoT.

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Why Chromebook Sales Are Surging in Schools, Enterprises

Chromebook sales have risen sharply over the past several months, according to a recent report from research firm NPD. Chromebook sales in the commercial channel increased 250 percent compared with the prior year and accounted for 35 percent of all U.S. channel notebook sales during the January-May period. Chromebooks, in other... More >

Yahoo Bets on Flurry Analytics to Grow Mobile Ad Revenue

Yahoo wants to be part of people's daily habits, and Flurry deeply understands people. Yahoo's hope is that more personalized ads will drive revenue.  

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Verizon Sees Jump in Wireless Subscribers, Tablet Sales in Q2

The largest U.S. carrier also sees its wired business grow for the first time in seven years thanks to FiOS.

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UK Security Firm Builds Network Immune Systems to Prevent Data Loss

NEWS ANALYSIS: A UK security company has developed a new approach to enterprise security modeled on the immune system that promises faster, more effective responses to network threats.

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Leaked BlackBerry Passport Video Demos 'Touch-Sensitive Keys'

BlackBerry has embraced the fact that nearly everything about its Passport has been leaked. A new video clip serves it particularly well. 

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Microsoft Preps a More Social Xbox One August Update

In what has become a pattern of monthly updates, Microsoft's Xbox One will soon gain more features that blur the line between Xbox Live and a social network.

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Verizon FiOS to Offer Equal Upload and Download Speeds

With FiOS subscriber growth rates slowing, Verizon said it will offer equal upload and download speeds at no extra cost.

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Samsung Offers Tizen Upgrade for Android-Running Gear Smartwatch

More overhaul than update, Samsung is offering Gear owners the option to switch from Android to Tizen, which has twice as many apps.

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