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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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AT&T, Sprint Confirm HD Voice Plans for 2013

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AT&T and Sprint plan to offer HD Voice in the coming months. T-Mobile is still unique, however, in offering an HD Voice iPhone 5.

Drobo Deployments Hit the Exabyte Storage Level

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An exabyte represents a long string of zeros; it amounts to 1,000 petabytes, or 1 million terabytes.

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.

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