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Nearly two-thirds of applications with open-source components have known software vulnerabilities, according to code management firm Black Duck.
Google's general counsel warns that an International framework is needed to prevent a patchwork of national laws and ad hoc internet data surveillance.
Seven-year-old Moat is a SaaS-based search engine for display ads, enabling users to find and discover their favorite brands.
Qualcomm's CEO reveals his company's Snapdragon 835 chips will feature in mobile PCs running Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system.
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NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook uses F8 conference to show that it continues to move far beyond just being the "Blue App" on a smartphone or laptop.
Dubbed Microsoft IoT Central, the software as a service offering will help simplify business Internet of Things implementations.
Riverbed executives say the deal also will enable the company to extend the reach of its SteelConnect platform to the edge of the wireless network.
At the F8 conference Facebook demonstrated how Facebook Spaces will use virtual reality and augmented reality to create applications that deepen user engagement with the social network.
Docker isn't a hobbyist technology anymore as enterprise adoption and security efforts move forward.