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Google Releases Free Digital Display Software Package

The idea originated from Google's interest in building something new and attractive for the lobby in the company's new New York City office.

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Huawei Working on Its Own Android Version to Protect Itself: Report

The Chinese smartphone maker wants to be sure it can keep its hand in Android development to look out for its products.

 

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Google Reportedly Looking to Commercialize Its Spanner Database

The company wants to see if it can use its massive database technology to compete better with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, according to The Information news site.

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Accenture Study Emphasizes People-First Digital Health Strategy

In health care, machines should complement professional judgment and expertise, says Accenture, which cites 5 health trends focusing on the importance of people.

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IBM Launches Watson Health Medical Imaging Collaborative

Medical imaging leaders team up with IBM and its Watson cognitive capability to tackle cancer, diabetes, eye health, brain disease and heart disease.

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British EU Exit May Come With Silver Lining for Global Tech Industry

NEWS ANALYSIS: The vote by the British people to leave the European Union is causing much hand-wringing at home and abroad, but nobody actually knows what effects the decision will have on the global tech industry.

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Google Releases Free Digital Display Software Package

The idea originated from Google's interest in building something new and attractive for the lobby in the company's new New York City office.

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Huawei Working on Its Own Android Version to Protect Itself: Report

The Chinese smartphone maker wants to be sure it can keep its hand in Android development to look out for its products.

 

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Google Reportedly Looking to Commercialize Its Spanner Database

The company wants to see if it can use its massive database technology to compete better with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, according to The Information news site.

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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 forced to reset passwords after attack; Salesforce Introduces Lightning Customer Communities; and there's more.

 


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Accenture Study Emphasizes People-First Digital Health Strategy

In health care, machines should complement professional judgment and expertise, says Accenture, which cites 5 health trends focusing on the importance of people.

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Microsoft Office Cozies Up to Professional Learning Communities

Collaboration isn't just for companies. Microsoft wants to help teachers connect and share their knowledge just ahead of the back-to-school season.

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Hitachi Grows Converged, Hyperconverged Infrastructure Portfolio

The company adds more virtualization and storage options to the UCP 2000 system, and introduces its first hyperconverged offering, the UCP HC V240.

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