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Microsoft has acquired social-monitioring analytics vendor Netbreeze and is readying the next two updates to its Dynamics CRM platform, officials announced at the Convergence conference.
Some good news for Boeing.
The European Commission is frustrated that its member states have on the most part failed to take action against Apple for flouting EU law, and warns that enforcement must be actioned in order to protect the rights of ordinary citizens.
SAP's latest HANA-based app looks at automating fraud detection across banking, healthcare, utilities, and government industries.
Nokia has blocked the sale of some HTC devices in Germany, but HTC says it has already removed the infringing function from devices currently sold in the country.
The United Arab Emirates has lots of oil. So why is it investing in the world's largest solar power plant? The answer's simple, really.
E-commerce was supposed to make global retail more accessible, but that value is often lost in monetary translation.
China may change its energy policy and end one-time subsidies to large-scale solar power projects.
IPVenger helps small businesses protect Web sites from malicious content, comment spam, and zero-hour exploits.
HTC needed to knock it out of the ballpark with a new phone and get it onto all major US carriers. They have done both with the HTC One, so now it is up to marketing to help it succeed.
Amid a continuing economic and technology boom in the region, Google's executive chairman urges India to refocus its efforts on Web innovation rather than stifling its users with snooping and surveillance powers.
Samsung and Acer's Chromebook have landed in four new EU countries, but none will be getting a full range of the Chrome OS hardware.
Pune-based ViralMint aims to help retailers boost their marketing efforts with the power of social, creating opportunities for brands to increase sales, engagement, and conversion.
As a US House committee prepares to meet to discuss changing outdated email privacy laws, the US government will today tell lawmakers that it wants greater powers to access email data, along with social networking data, such as Facebook and Twitter private messages.
The Obama Administration may consider cybersecurity a hot topic, but telecom firms aren't happy with some proposed changes.
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