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Microsoft Releases Band SDK Preview for iOS

A month after releasing software development kits for Windows Phone and Android, Microsoft lets iOS developers take a crack at its wearable.

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Azure Virtual Machines Get Sprinkled With Salt

SaltStack comes to Microsoft Azure as the software giant supersizes operating system drive size limits on virtual machines.

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Daily Video: Microsoft Asks U.S. Government for Surveillance Reform

Microsoft petitions U.S. Government for surveillance reform; Intel's upcoming Xeon Phi will include 384GB of DDR4 memory; Millennials like their privacy, but give it away freely; and there's more.

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Amazon Takes All Wraps Off, Offers Sky's-the-Limit Storage

After a free three-month trial, users will pay either $1 or $5 per month for unlimited storage of anything digital they can name.

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GE Fleet Monitoring & Diagnostic Center Saves Customers $70 Million

The Atlanta-based facility features a team of more than 50 engineers who analyze over 35,000 operational alarms per year.

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HTC One M9 Smartphones Available by Preorder Starting March 27

AT&T and T-Mobile customers can sign up starting March 27 to preorder and get immediate delivery of one of the newly-redesigned HTC One M9 smartphones.

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Neo Smartpen N2 Lets You 'Write' on Your Smartphone Screen

REVIEW: Despite some annoying drawbacks, NeoLAB Convergence's Neo smartpen N2 proves that such a digital input device could be very useful when used with a smartphone.

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Azure Virtual Machines Get Sprinkled With Salt

SaltStack comes to Microsoft Azure as the software giant supersizes operating system drive size limits on virtual machines.

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Amazon Takes All Wraps Off, Offers Sky's-the-Limit Storage

After a free three-month trial, users will pay either $1 or $5 per month for unlimited storage of anything digital they can name.

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DAILY VIDEO: MICROSOFT ASKS U.S. GOVERNMENT FOR SURVEILLANCE REFORM

Microsoft petitions U.S. Government for surveillance reform; Intel's upcoming Xeon Phi will include 384GB of DDR4 memory; Millennials like their privacy, but give it away freely; and there's more.


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GE Fleet Monitoring & Diagnostic Center Saves Customers $70 Million

The Atlanta-based facility features a team of more than 50 engineers who analyze over 35,000 operational alarms per year.

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Database Pioneer Michael Stonebraker Wins Turing Award

The ACM recognized Michael Stonebraker with the A.M. Turing Award for his contributions to the database field.

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PhishMe Raises $13M for Phishing Awareness Technology

PhishMe aims to help organizations train their employees to identify potential phishing risks. Founder Rohyt Belani believes users are the real key to security.

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