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Google Reportedly Bringing Fiber to Raleigh-Durham Next

The tech giant is reportedly getting ready to launch its Google Fiber high-speed broadband Internet and TV service in North Carolina's Research Triangle Park.

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AT&T Marks the 100th Anniversary of Long-Distance Calling

Phone calls and the phone system sure have changed a lot in the 100 years since the first transcontinental call was made in the U.S. back in January 1915.

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Coinbase Brings Stability, Regulation to Bitcoin

Coinbase launches a U.S.-based Bitcoin exchange that the firm believes will "bring stability and trust to the exchange space."

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Spark IO Offers a Button for Internet of Things

The Spark Internet Button enables users to interact with the IoT by creating triggers and responses in connected devices.

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White House Joins CyberTECH Data Privacy Day 2015 Event

A daylong seminar on the impact the IoT is having on individual and corporate privacy has attracted a number of high-level government and corporate representatives.

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Most Future iPhones, iPads Will Continue to Use Samsung Chips

About 75 percent of future iPhones and iPads will use Samsung chips, while at least one other supplier will be used as well, according to a report.

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Microsoft Continues to See Impact of Transition to Cloud

Microsoft's move to be the key provider of software and solutions to the mobile-first, cloud-first world pays off as the company transitions.

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Cortana Makes Windows 10 Debut in January Preview Build

After months of rumors and finally making an appearance at last week's Windows 10 press event, users can finally test Microsoft's digital assistant on the desktop.

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Why Reliable Business Class WiFi Connections Are Hard to Find

NEWS ANALYSIS: Many WiFi products are sold to businesses and even more consumer products are used by business, but true business-class WiFi is rarer than you think.

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HP Enhances SureStart Tech to Protect Users From BIOS Attacks

SureStart promises a self-healing PC BIOS and an "AirGap" technology, which is separated from the rest of the system to provide improved security.

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Google Reportedly Bringing Fiber to Raleigh-Durham Next

The tech giant is reportedly getting ready to launch its Google Fiber high-speed broadband Internet and TV service in North Carolina's Research Triangle Park.

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Coinbase Brings Stability, Regulation to Bitcoin

Coinbase launches a U.S.-based Bitcoin exchange that the firm believes will "bring stability and trust to the exchange space."

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