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Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 Tablet Arrives in More Markets

Microsoft's latest tablet ventures beyond the U.S., Canada and Japan to go on sale in 25 more markets.

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PC Sales Improve, But Long-Term Trend is Still Down, IDC Says

Low-cost PCs, Chromebooks and Windows XP migrations continue to help, but competition from other devices means declines in the future.

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HP Unveils Next-Gen ProLiant Servers for Data Center Transformation

Company officials say the ProLiant Gen 9 servers are part of a larger server strategy that includes its Moonshot and Apollo efforts.

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Daily Tech Briefing: August 28, 2014

Smartphones to get kill switches in California to deter theft; New Intel Xeon chips, system Rrefresh to drive server market, IDC says; Seagate starts shipping industry's first 8TB hard disk drive; and more.

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Apple Again Denied Sales Ban of Select Samsung Devices in U.S.

Apple has been alleging for several years that Samsung infringed on some of its patents in Samsung mobile devices, but U.S. courts have repeatedly denied the company's arguments.

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VMware Bridges Old-School and New-Gen at VMworld 2014

SAN FRANCISCO—eWEEK's Eric Lundquist described VMworld 2014 very accurately and succinctly the other day in our publication with his piece titled "VMware Bridging Gap Between Traditional, Virtualized Data Centers." "Traditional technology vendors, and VMware in particular ... are eagerly trying to show that they can build... More >

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Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 Tablet Arrives in More Markets

Microsoft's latest tablet ventures beyond the U.S., Canada and Japan to go on sale in 25 more markets.

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HP Unveils Next-Gen ProLiant Servers for Data Center Transformation

Company officials say the ProLiant Gen 9 servers are part of a larger server strategy that includes its Moonshot and Apollo efforts.

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Red Hat CTO Brian Stevens Resigns

NEWS ANALYSIS: After 12 years on the job, Brian Stevens suddenly leaves his post, but it has nothing to do with Red Hat politics.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: AUGUST 28, 2014

Smartphones to get kill switches in California to deter theft; New Intel Xeon chips, system Rrefresh to drive server market, IDC says; Seagate starts shipping industry's first 8TB hard disk drive; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: August 27, 2014

Microsoft enhances security of Azure-based SQL databases; T-Mobile offering 4X more data for $5 for...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 26, 2014

Apple to replace defective batteries in some iPhone 5 handsets; VMware announces Its own OpenStack...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 25, 2014

Microsoft hardens Windows Phone for government duty; Android security is under fire—again;...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 22, 2014

PC sales boosted HP revenue; plus, Syrian cyber-attacks expose activists and firms to malware...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 21, 2014

Linux founder Linus Torvalds '"still wants the desktop"; plus, AT&T and Verizon launch HTC One M8...

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...


IBM Watson Delves Even Deeper Into Data

IBM beefed up its Watson cognitive computing system to show formerly unseen connections in data that can lead to breakthrough discoveries.

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Nuance PowerShare Network Hosts 3 Billion Medical Images

Using a cloud-based medical imaging platform, clinical decisions can actually begin when the image arrives—which can be well before the patient.

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Broadcom Looks to Lure IoT Developers With WICED Sense Kit

The $20 kit is designed to make it easier for programmers and others to create devices and software for the Internet of things.

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