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Xiaomi Takes On iPhone With New Android Mi 4

Xiaomi might not be a household name in the United States, but it's a huge player in China, the world's largest mobile market with more than 1 billion customers across the country. Xiaomi has found a way to break into a hotly contested market as a small company fighting against much larger firms, like Samsung, Lenovo and Apple.... More >

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Daily Tech Briefing: July 23, 2014

Leaked BlackBerry Passport video demos 'touch-sensitive keys'; Yahoo bets on flurry analytics to grow mobile ad revenue; Snowden aims to be known as privacy defender, not whistleblower; and more.

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Black Hat Pulls Talk on Breaking Tor Privacy Network

Controversy once again lands at a Black Hat security conference, as a talk on Tor has been pulled from this year's Black Hat USA event.

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USAA Taps IBM's Watson as Military Veterans Advisor

USAA announced it is using the Watson Engagement Advisor to help military members transition to civilian life.

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Sprint Courts the Enterprise With Google Apps for Business

Sprint is adding its support services to Google Apps for Business, in a move to help customers adjust to shifting work styles.

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Broadcom Cutting 2,500 Jobs, Shutters Baseband Business

The company said that after a month of exploring the sale of the baseband unit, the decision was instead to wind it down.

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Cisco Launches DevNet to Woo Software Developers

The networking vendor is looking to third-party programmers to build applications to use with Cisco products.

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How to Survive and Thrive on the New Google+

NEWS ANALYSIS: There have been big changes to Google+ recently, and there are a number of things you need to do consistently to get the most out of this social media community.

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Apple Sold 35.2M iPhones in Q3, Despite iPhone 6 Expectations

Sales of iPhones, particularly older models, pushed Apple to strong results, during what's usually a sleepy, pre-launch quarter.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: JULY 23, 2014

Leaked BlackBerry Passport video demos 'touch-sensitive keys'; Yahoo bets on flurry analytics to grow mobile ad revenue; Snowden aims to be known as privacy defender, not whistleblower; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: July 22, 2014

EMC investor to urge storage vendor to spin off VMware; W3C launches effort for social web app...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 21, 2014

Black Hat preview shows hotels and IoT vulnerable to hacks; HP grows efforts to target IBM and Lenovo...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 18, 2014

Microsoft to slash 18,000 jobs, Nokia hit hard; Apple could pay Ebook buyers $400 million; IBM's...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 17, 2014

IBM, Apple join hands as unlikely enterprise partners; Microsoft seeks developer partners for...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 16, 20134

FCC window for Net Neutrality comments closes, with a bang; Google's Nest, ARM, Samsung launch new...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 15, 2014

Samsung Galaxy apps nudge out Google App Store; Apple addresses China's CCTV security allegations;...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 14, 2014

Apple iPhone 6 with Sapphire glass display seems likely; T-Mobile fights FTC cramming charges,...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 11, 2014

Apple pointed finger at Google, while cooperating with FTC; The clock is ticking on Windows 7,...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 10, 2014

Bell Labs broadband test hits 10G bps over copper; AT&T adds improvements to toggle BYOD...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 9, 2013

BlackBerry shows off square Passport hone, shrugs off secrecy; Google Project Zero strengthens Apple...


Goodwill Hacking: Nonprofit Investigates Possible Data Breach

Goodwill might be the latest organization to be hit by a payment card breach.

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Sprint Prepaid Brands to Offer Game Downloads With PlayPhone

Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile plan to offer subscribers PlayPhone, which offers credit card-free gaming downloads to prepaid subscribers.

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Google Must Comply With Italian Data Privacy Rules Within 18 Months

Italian regulators have told Google that it must get into compliance with their rules about data privacy or face fines of up to $1.35 million.

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