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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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Ethernet Invention Revealed the Origins of Innovation

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Ethernet's invention 40 years ago showed that innovation can happen when smart people are given time to think and to work together.
PlayScale

Yahoo Buys Another Startup in Online Gamer PlayerScale

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PlayerScale's Player.IO is the platform for online games played on a daily basis by an estimated 150 million people worldwide.

Microsoft Readies Xbox One Services for the Connected Living Room

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Slick new pixel-pushing hardware is only part of the plan. Xbox One is a gateway to some major Microsoft services.
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Microsoft Unveils Xbox One: An All-in-One Entertainment System

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The new Xbox seeks to unify gaming, TV viewing and digital media consumption with instant responsiveness and Kinect-powered voice and video control.

Yahoo Upgrades Flickr Photo Storage With 1TB Free Capacity

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Up to now, no online storage service--for photos or for any other type of file--has given users 1 terabyte of free capacity.

BlackBerry QNX Bentley Offers a Glimpse at the Road Ahead

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NEWS ANALYSIS: The connected car market is a tremendous opportunity, though not without challenges, for the mobile industry.

Google's Larry Page Donates Millions for Research on Voice Loss

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After sharing that he was suffering from vocal paralysis, Google's CEO Larry Page has donated millions of dollars to the Voice Health Institute to aid research on solving problems that lead to human voice loss.

Google I/O Day One: Softer News, but Still Big for Developers

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NEWS ANALYSIS:  There weren't any Google Glass stunts on Day One of Google I/O 13, and there wasn't nearly the same level of hard news as there was in 2012, but it's still a significant event for developers.

How China's Go Launcher Is Trying to Replace Mobile Browser

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Users can manage whatever content and apps they want to put "up front" on their phones, make it look and sound the way they want, and program it to change on a periodic basis.

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