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Data Governance Provider Collibra Nets $50M in New VC

New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.

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Security Provider Arxan Buys Apperian for Mobile Expertise

Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.

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Broadcom Unveils Global Location Chip for Wearables

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The company's GNSS SoC will offer users of fitness trackers and other wearable devices more precise data around distance and speed.

Google, Movidius Team to Give Devices 'Human Vision'

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A smartphone camera can see and capture. Google and Movidius want to add what's missing: context, intelligence, and a sense of space and motion.

Facebook Gets Younger, Cooler With $19B Buy of WhatsApp

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WhatsApp users will want to know this right away: Facebook has promised to keep the WhatsApp brand identity and service levels as they are.

Top-Tier Vendors Begin Posturing on OpenStack Implementations

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NEWS ANALYSIS: They had little to do with the development of OpenStack, yet they are quickly jumping aboard a train that appears to be built for the long haul.
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Google Maps, Kerouac's 'On the Road' Combined in a College Thesis

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Technology meets literature. A Berlin college student developed a mash-up of Google Maps and Jack Kerouac's novel "On the Road."

eWEEK at 30: Apple Redefined the Smartphone as a Fun-to-Use Device

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eWEEK 30: The iPhone wasn't the first phone to offer the Internet, music and email. But it was the first to make it fun and it changed the mobile industry.

Google Maps Virtual Tours Let You View Valentine's Day Restaurants

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Using the 360-degree virtual tours, you can check out the inside of a prospective Valentine's Day dinner destination.
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Google Opens Its 2014 Science Fair for Entries

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The fourth annual Google Science Fair is open to students aged 13 to 18 who want to show their scientific mettle and their amazing projects.

Can Humavox Take Wireless Charging Mainstream?

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Humavox has developed a teeny wireless charging technology based on RF. Could it transform everything from health care to mobile phones?

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