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Twitter Ads is getting an upgrade with more data that should offer better campaign reporting to digital marketers.
According to a survey by VMware, most Australian companies are turning a blind eye to BYOD. With no corporate IT support for personal devices, many employees have turned to Google's search engine to fix their devices.
Electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla, a U.S. DOE loan recipient, has some news about when it will pay taxpayers back.
BlackBerry is getting ready to show up at US wireless carriers so it is great news for BlackBerry to see one of their partners place the largest order in their history today.
If you've ever wondered whether you've had too many and should hail a cab, there will soon be an app for that.
The latest test builds of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile include the Project Spartan browser. Here's a rundown of what the new browser may hold in store for you.
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Oracle is strengthening its private cloud backbone with the acquisition of infrastructure management software provider, Nimbula.
New service levels enhance availability to 99.99 percent for managed services from 2nd Watch, better than a Tier 3 data center.
International distribution of the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD is also likely to boost sales for Amazon's tablet as a shopping kiosk business model.
In a shocking move, Andy Rubin, Android's founder, leaves Android behind but will stay on at Google. Sundar Pichai takes Android now as well as Chrome and Apps.
Google is moving Android under its Chrome OS team. Will Microsoft follow suit with Windows Phone and Windows, as has been rumored for years?
Paul Maritz, former VMware CEO and chief strategist at EMC, has a new mission. Take a collection of big data and cloud assets in the newly formed Pivotal spin-off and make it a family of products that IT buyers will want.
A Paris court has decided that Apple Retail France won’t be allowed to have its employees work at night in Apple stores.
Cisco is projecting that the Internet of Everything has the potential to grow global corporate profits by 21 percent in aggregate by 2022.
Vodafone and Orange are teaming up to take fibre to six million Spanish premises by 2017.
Application programming interfaces and cloud may represent this generation's 'skunk works,' but they're not ready to go it alone.
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