Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 21, 2014

IBM will pay Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take its chip business; Accenture and Oracle partner on Life Sciences Cloud for R&D; and more tech news.

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Microsoft Customers Are Putting IoT Tools to Work to Drive Results

As the Internet of things (IoT) is becoming an increasingly popular industry, more companies are implementing IoT technologies. Microsoft has the devices, the services and the cloud to help companies take advantage of IoT. The company's approach allows enterprises to capitalize on IoT by gathering, storing and processing data.... More >

Google Locks Down Passwords With Security Key Technology

The technology uses the FIDO Alliance's Universal 2nd Factor protocol to enable highly secured access.

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Verizon Revenue Up, While Wireless Unit Gains Another 1.5M Customers

Verizon's Q3 earnings figures show overall revenue growth of 4.3 percent for the company, as well as the addition of some 1.5 million new customers, the company reported on Oct. 21.

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Mirantis Raises $100M for OpenStack Cloud Efforts

Armed with its latest funding round, OpenStack specialist Mirantis is positioning itself for an IPO in 2016.

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Webroot, HP Partner on Mobile Security Platform

The BrightCloud IP Reputation Service is a real-time threat intelligence service that helps organizations identify malicious IPs in network traffic.

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Microsoft Expands Its Hyperscale Cloud Footprint

The software giant bets big on enterprise cloud computing with more data centers, larger virtual machine sizes and a new integrated hardware solution.

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Lenovo Reportedly Seeking Again to Buy BlackBerry

BlackBerry and Lenovo aren't commenting, but for the second time in a year a deal that has Lenovo buying BlackBerry is being rumored.

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Apple Keeps Hitting Earnings Numbers Out of the Park

The company sells 262 million connected devices at an average 38 percent gross margin and banks $8.5 billion in net income in the fourth quarter alone.

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Microsoft says Surface Pro 3 here to stay, Windows 10-ready;  Sprint adds single sign-on option...

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Former NSA Analyst Leads Synack in Securing Enterprise Applications

VIDEO: Jay Kaplan, CEO of Synack, explains how some lessons learned while working at the NSA have helped to structure his security startup.

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IBM's Financial Struggles Continue in Q3 2014

Revenues fell in hardware, software and services, and the company is working to reinvent itself by focusing on higher-value business and divesting other segments.

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IBM to Pay Globalfoundries $1.5 Billion to Take Chip Business

As Big Blue tries to adapt to changes brought on by mobile and cloud computing, it continues to get rid of money-losing commoditized businesses.

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