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  • GigaOm assets acquired include the Website itself and the content library, which holds about 14 years' worth of content.

  • The bad news, however, is that the Torque G02 is only for sale in Japan. Come on, Kyocera, American beach-lovers will want this phone. Bring it here.

  • The company courts bloggers with an add-on that converts OneNote pages into WordPress posts.

  • Virtustream provides a layer of cloud-management abstraction that sits above the virtual machine layer and affords more accurate control for administrators.

  • Just a month after Comcast scrapped its own deal to buy Time Warner Cable, Charter buys the company, even as a European cable company waited in the wings.

  • Google wants on-site and off-site participants at the Google I/O conference to supply language translations for Google Translate.

  • Apple updates Apple Store app with better log-in security; Intel inside Microsoft's new Edge browser; Google says it's ready for 'leap second' on June 30; and there's more.

  • Salesforce's sky-high price put an end to a multibillion-dollar deal that could have reshaped the enterprise cloud computing market, according to a report.

  • ConteXtream in December launched ConteXnet 4.0, an SDN fabric for NFV environments aimed at service provider networks.

  • Ive, a key part of Apple's design team for 20 years, takes on a brand-new position at Apple that will let go of managerial duties to let him focus completely on design at the company.

  • Consumer demand for personalized buying experiences is at an all-time high, and tailored experiences can make or break shoppers' brand loyalty. Gartner projects that by 2017, 80 percent of consumers will collect, track and barter their personal data for cost savings, convenience and customization. But IBM and eConsultancy's recently released customer experience study reveals that four out of five consumers say brands don't know them as an individual. Each customer touch point represents an opportunity for marketers to build brand advocacy—those that fail to keep up with consumers' needs and offer customized experiences will see more customers head for the door. What are brands doing to close the customer experience gap? Analytics can help brands paint a clearer picture of customer behavior and serve up a better customer experience, thus driving a consumer to make a purchase. Some industry-leading companies, including U.S. caregiver connection site, are working with IBM Commerce experts and engagement solutions to deliver enhanced customer support and experiences. Here's how IBM Commerce solutions help improve customer engagement.

  • Plenty of rumors are flying with Google I/O 2015 scheduled to convene May 28 and 29 at Moscone Center West in San Francisco. There is talk about a new version of Android and some new related hardware. But easily the most intriguing rumor to surface during the run-up to the show has been a claim that the company is working on an Internet of things (IoT) operating system. The report suggests that the operating system would be designed for a wide range of Web-connected products and make Google a player in several markets. At first blush, the idea sounds like a good one, and it's hardly surprising. Google has shown that it will invest a lot of development resources to play a big role in important new technology sectors. The successful development of the Android mobile OS, the Chrome browser and Chrome OS has demonstrated that. But if the reports of a Google IoT OS pan out, it will be interesting to see exactly what Google's plans for the OS are and what the impact could be on the networking industry. This slide show looks at why Google might be making this move and what it could mean for the IT industry in general.

  • The two companies are working on ways to not only charge mobile devices wirelessly in the car, but also to wirelessly charge the car itself.

  • The Estonia-based company claims its keyless methodology eventually will replace RSA for authentication and digital signatures.

  • Across all applications and size categories, a-Si TFT LCD technology continues to lead growth in the flat panel display (FPD) industry.

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