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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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Nebula Launches First Branded 'Cloud Computer'

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Nebula One is a plug-and-play private cloud system that connects to the OpenStack and Amazon clouds with native APIs.

Nuance Voice Ads Platform Gives Mobile Advertising a Say

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The platform is optimized for the capabilities of mobile devices, including location awareness, mobility and voice input.

Google Begins Same-Day Delivery Service in San Francisco

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Google’s new service will allow Bay Area residents to receive their online purchases via same-day local delivery.

Facebook Invites Press to See Its 'New Home on Android'

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HTC and Facebook are expected to show off a smartphone with deep Facebook integration at an April 4 event. 

Apple Patent Describes Flexible Device With Rolled-Up Displays

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Apple's latest patent suggests it has no shortage of ideas about how smartphones might evolve beyond flat rectangles.

Oracle Putting Innovation Where Its Hardware Is

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Three years after the acquisition of Sun Microsystems brought it a struggling hardware business, Oracle says that the time is ripe to take its "engineered-together" systems to a new level.

Little Gravitant Lands Huge General Dynamics

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GDIT is a key provider of IT services to government customers. It will use Gravitant's cloudMatrix service brokerage platform in a series of new offerings.

Google Testing Use of TV Spectrum for Internet Access in South Africa

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Google is launching a trial in South Africa where it hopes to expand Internet access in rural areas by tapping into unused television broadcasting frequencies.

IT Thought Leaders Will Jet to Summit in the Sky June 12

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British Airways, the United Nations and the UK-based Decide Now Act (DNA) Summit are  planning a summit in the sky for June 12 that stands apart from most other sequestered group-think meetups.

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