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Obama Administration Releases $150M in Grants for TechHire

TechHire partnerships expand access to learning options that provide a quick path to good jobs, such as "bootcamp"-style programs, online options and competency-based programs.

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Microsoft Wants PC Users to Raise (and Use) Their Hands

Kinect was just the start. Microsoft researchers are closing in on hand-triggered interfaces for virtual reality and gesture-based computing.

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Airbnb Sues San Francisco Over New Rental Rules

The rules require Airbnb to only list rentals for hosts who are registered with the city. That violates federal law, argues Airbnb.

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Red Hat Doubles Down on Containers, Takes a Swipe at CloudFoundry

On the first day of the Red Hat Summit, Linux vendor Red Hat makes some incremental container announcements and belittles its competitors.

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HP's Latest Chromebook 11, the G5, Debuts in July, Starting at $189

HP's new Chromebook 11 G5 will be available with an optional 11.6-inch HD touch-screen display or with a standard 11.6-inch HD display.

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Intel Considers Sale of McAfee Security Business: Report

DAILY VIDEO: Intel reportedly looks into selling security business; SentinelOne reveals new CryptXXX ransomware threat; Huawei working on its own Android version to protect itself: report; and there's more.

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YouTube, Facebook Using Automated Software to Remove Extremist Content

YouTube and Facebook are reporting using software via the Counter Extremism Project that prevents a "Whack-a-Mole" approach to removing terror-inciting content.

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New FAA Rules Make Commercial Drone Flights Legal, Practical

NEWS ANALYSIS: Commercial drone pilots no longer have to fill out pages of paper just to fly a short mission, but not all restrictions have been eliminated and you still need to pass a test.

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TrapX Study Points to Invasive Attacks Against Hospitals

TrapX describes Medical Device Hijack 2 as a focused, customized exploit and attack by organized crime against hospitals' network-connected medical devices.

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INTEL CONSIDERS SALE OF MCAFEE SECURITY BUSINESS: REPORT

DAILY VIDEO: Intel reportedly looks into selling security business; SentinelOne reveals new CryptXXX ransomware threat; Huawei working on its own Android version to protect itself: report; and there's more.


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Apple Ends Production of Its 27-Inch Thunderbolt Displays

DAILY VIDEO: Apple to drop Thunderbolt monitor: is 4K or 5K replacement coming; Obama talks...

Persistent Rumors Say iPhone 7 to Ship Without Headphone Jack

DAILY VIDEO: iPhone 7: persistent rumor says headphone jack will be gone; users of Citrix's GoToMyPC...

Intel Fighting EU's $1.4B Fine Levied 7 Years Ago

DAILY VIDEO: Intel is back in court to fight the EU's 2009 $1.4 billion fine; the FAA sets the first...

Intel Makes HPC Push With Xeon Phi 'Knights Landing' Chips

DAILY VIDEO: Intel is shipping Xeon Phi 'Knights Landing' processors;  Apple won't offer...

Dell Selling Software Unit Ahead of Its $67B EMC Deal

DAILY VIDEO: Dell is selling its software unit to Francisco Partners and Elliott; China muscles out...

Apple Ordered to Stop Selling iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus in Beijing

The officials say that Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models are too similar to patented Chinese...

'Guccifer' Claims to Have Hacked DNC Network
Data Breaches Get Costlier, but There Are Ways to Reduce Those Costs

DAILY VIDEO: Data breach costs continue to rise, but there are solutions; IBM enhances support for...

Apple WatchOS 3 Delivers Improved Performance, New Health App

DAILY VIDEO: Apple's WatchOS 3 getting performance boost, new health features; Apple opens Siri,...

Microsoft to Buy LinkedIn for $26B in Cash

DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft agrees to acquire LinkedIn for $26 billion; Symantec is set to acquire Blue...



EU Opening Antitrust Case Concerning Google Adwords: Reports

EU authorities are reportedly close to opening a third antitrust investigation against Google—this time concerning its core advertising services.

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Codenvy's New Language Server Protocol Reduces Programmer Envy

Codenvy, Red Hat and Microsoft collaborate on new language protocol for developers to integrate programming languages across code editors and IDEs.

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Startups Apstra, SnapRoute Look to Ease Network Challenges

Apstra unveils a new OS for vendor-agnostic network environments, while SnapRoute aims to bring true open-source software to network infrastructures.

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