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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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eWEEK at 30: Salesforce Shows Enterprises How Cloud Computing Works

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eWEEK 30: Salesforce demonstrated that enterprises could store corporate data and run critical business applications in the cloud while showing other cloud service providers how to do it.
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Microsoft Fixing Xbox One's Social Shortcomings: Report

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Microsoft is reportedly working on an update to fix the Xbox One's social quirks. Users say some features are hidden or hard to use.

AMD Gives CES Attendees a Glimpse of the Future

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Among the technologies AMD showed off is a super-thin PC about the size of a business envelope running on its upcoming "Mullins" APU.
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Valve Unveils Steam Machine Linux Gaming Console at CES

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Helping usher in the year of the Linux (gaming) desktop, Valve announced its Steam Machine—which will compete with Xbox One and Playstation 4.

Razer's Project Christine Aims to Make PC Building Easy

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The company's concept, introduced at CES, is a highly modular design that would make upgrading components as simple as plugging in a module.

BeeWi Wins CES Innovation Award for Wireless Headphones

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Users can stream music directly from any mobile device to a hi-fi system, using BeeWi's smart headphone as sort of a wireless gateway.

Induct Now Selling Navia, First Self-Driving Commercial Vehicle

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The self-driving Navia is something between a golf cart and a minibus and is electric, has zero emissions and is capable of transporting eight people.

Qualcomm, Nvidia Unveil New Powerful Chips at CES

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Both companies, which are strong in the mobile device space, are looking to expand into other connected systems, from cars to TVs.

eWEEKChat Jan. 8: Beyond BYOD: Why It's Now 'Bring Your Own Cloud'

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BYOC describes individuals who have their own "personal clouds" or corporate employees empowered to use public or private third-party cloud services to perform certain job roles.

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