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Why Lumia Smartphones Will Make or Break Microsoft's Mobile Strategy

Microsoft has made clear that the future of its mobile division rests in the Lumia line it acquired from Nokia earlier this year for more than $7 billion. In several emails to employees, CEO Satya Nadella and Stephen Elop, head of devices, have both mentioned the importance of Lumia and how the platform will help Windows Phone... More >

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ActvContent Sync Smartband Designed for Families

The smartband offers features like digital zone and locate actively to monitor a child's location and alert parents if their children wander too far.

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FDA Launches openFDA Initiative to Open Up Data Access

The first data set is for drug-adverse events, with reports submitted from 2004 through 2013 currently available to view.

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UnitedHealthcare Offers Mobile App to All Consumers

The company is currently working to enhance existing mobile offerings and develop mobile programs that help consumers and improve the health system.

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Dell Panel: BYOD, IoT Increase Security Challenges

A group of Dell experts, customers and partners, as well as analysts and journalists, debate the issues of security in a rapidly evolving IT world.

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Why Apple Isn't Worried About iPad Sales Numbers

NEWS ANALYSIS: Analysts seem surprised Apple's iPads didn't sell in the same high volume as iPhones, which likely shows they don't understand the tablet market.

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ActvContent Sync Smartband Designed for Families

The smartband offers features like digital zone and locate actively to monitor a child's location and alert parents if their children wander too far.

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FDA Launches openFDA Initiative to Open Up Data Access

The first data set is for drug-adverse events, with reports submitted from 2004 through 2013 currently available to view.

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Dell Panel: BYOD, IoT Increase Security Challenges

A group of Dell experts, customers and partners, as well as analysts and journalists, debate the issues of security in a rapidly evolving IT world.

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Why Apple Isn't Worried About iPad Sales Numbers

NEWS ANALYSIS: Analysts seem surprised Apple's iPads didn't sell in the same high volume as iPhones, which likely shows they don't understand the tablet market.

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Google Faces Renewed Focus by EU in Antitrust Case

Google could need to agree to additional conditions as part of a proposed antitrust settlement agreement in the EU that has been on the table for five months.

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Why Acquiring InMage Made Sense for Microsoft

A Microsoft exec sheds light on the rationale behind the acquisition of cloud data protection specialist InMage. VMware played an indirect role in the decision.

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