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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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Newcomer Starcounter Updates High-Performance Database

Starcounter 2.0's biggest value-add for developers is that it reduces the lines of code needed to enable faster development and implementation of new applications.

30 Years Ago: Windows Evolved Slowly Before Microsoft Got It Right

eWEEK 30: Microsoft released a number of early evaluation versions of Windows before it finally delivered Windows 3.0, the first widely used version of the graphical operating system.

Google Announces Research Award Winners

Google also unveiled new two-year postgraduate Computer Science Teaching Fellowships for K-12 teachers.

Samsung Offers $10,000 Reward for Best Flexible Display Idea

Samsung Flexible Display is a technology in search of a future-changing form factor. Submit your ideas by Oct. 6.

Microsoft Nixes Xbox One Kinect Requirement

The Xbox One will function without a Kinect, but there's no indication that Microsoft plans to sell it separately.

Hybrid Storage Provider Tegile Completes $35M Funding Round

Tegile said it will use new venture capital money to accelerate the expansion of its IT and strengthen its sales support.

Ellison Indicates Apple Will Take a Slide Without Jobs

Oracle chief tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose that "we (already) conducted the experiment" that proves Apple can't survive without its founder.

30 Years Ago: How Email Rose to Become the No. 1 Killer App

eWEEK 30: The first in-house email was sent in 1965. Since then, more than 3 billion email accounts exist and about 294 billion emails are sent per day.
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NBC News Acquires Stringwire Real-Time Reporting Service

NBC News has purchased Web service Stringwire to help it make use of the mobile phone videos shot by witnesses of an event.

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