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  • News: Where R U now? iPhone texts come to Glass

    Google Glass-wearing, iPhone-toting techies who can't be bothered to look at their smartphones for texts can instead peer into a different screen out of the corner of their eye.

  • News: Microsoft to wrap Nokia deal Friday, name subsidiary 'Microsoft Mobile'

    Microsoft today said that it will close the $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia's handset business on Friday, about eight months after revealing the deal.

  • News: IT Departments Not Losing Ground to Managed Service Providers (Yet)

    Many business users say they're fed up with what they perceive as sluggish IT departments, but cringe at the thought of outsourcing to a managed services provider. However, the rise of BYOD, consumer tech and cloud computing may be clearing a path for change.

  • News: Microsoft to close Nokia acquisition Friday

    Microsoft will be in the smartphone manufacturing business as of this Friday, the day it expects to close the acquisition of the Nokia Devices and Services business.

  • News: Aereo court case: Consumer control over TV vs. broadcaster copyrights

    The ability of television viewers to control and watch programs may be at stake when the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Tuesday in a copyright infringement case brought by TV networks against Aereo, a service that streams over-the-air television online.

  • News: It's official: Nokia's phone business will become Microsoft's on April 25

    The end is nigh. Or is that a new beginning? Either way you look at it, Microsoft on Monday announced that its $7 billion acquisition of Nokia's phone business will finally close this Friday, April 25, after regulatory delays slowed the deal.

  • News: AMD refreshes Never Settle Forever bundle to include R-series cards, indie games

    For years, AMD has tries to lure PC gamers with its "Never Settle" bundles, which include a selection of games with the purchase of a graphics card. But until now, AMD's newest R-series graphics cards had been largely left out.

  • News: Gaming exclusivity wars hit mobile app stores

    There's a battle brewing over winning the exclusive rights to popular video games. But to hear The Wall Street Journal tell it, this time the battle isn't happening on traditional consoles with games like the Xbox-exclusive Titanfall, but on mobile devices.

  • News: Career Watch: Who's the best-paid CIO in the land?

    Was HP's CIO the best paid in the country in 2012? Maybe.

  • News: Security Manager's Journal: Virtual machines, real mess

    It started out as a simple call to the help desk from an engineer at one of our major development centers: Phone calls were being dropped. Soon, similar complaints were coming in from other engineers, as well as from sales associates, who said the inability to maintain phone calls was making it difficult to close deals.

  • News: 12 ethical dilemmas gnawing at developers today

    The tech world has always been long on power and short on thinking about the ramifications of this power. If it can be built, there will always be someone who will build it without contemplating a safer, saner way of doing so, let alone whether the technology should even be built in the first place. The software gets written. Who cares where and how it's used? That's a task for somebody in some corner office.

  • News: 3 privacy violations you shouldn't worry about

    In the past few years, the public has been confronted with hitherto unimaginable levels of personal privacy invasions.

  • News: Kingdom connect: Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah Economic City

    Anyone taking a brisk drive through Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah Economic City would be easily misled. At the moment, it doesn't look like much of a city. There is a road network, a scattering of office and residential buildings, and a stunning coastline.

  • News: 5 New Wireless Technologies for Today's Businesses

    Wireless technology changes quickly. This matters if you're running a business, as faster Wi-Fi can improve employee productivity as well as customer service. These advances in wireless tech are therefore worth watching.

  • News: Free OS X Mavericks now powers half of all Macs

    OS X Mavericks powered half of all Macs that went online in March, the largest percentage of any individual version of Apple's operating system since 2009's Snow Leopard.

  • News: Spreecast takes on Google Hangouts with a YouTube- and Reddit-inspired redesign

    If YouTube has taught us anything, it's that humans will watch just about any video you put in front of them. Cats playing keyboards? Why not? We can't get enough. Live-streaming service Spreecast is taking video to the next level with interactive features that turn the lens around, because as much as we love watching videos, we love starring in them even more.

  • News: Hundreds of medical professionals targeted in multi-state tax scam

    Medical professionals in ten states have become victims of identity theft, after someone used their personal information, including Social Security Number, to file fraudulent tax returns.

  • News: Silicon Valley episode 3: What's in a name

    If Silicon Valley had a soapier (and hackier) bent, some of the big reveals in the third episode would be played up as can-you-believe-it-style twists. But in the episode entitled "Articles of Incorporation," the twists are merely there to re-emphasize what a bumpy road awaits Richard (Thomas Middlemarch) as he tries to turn Pied Piper into the next billion-dollar company. And the chief bump this week is that Richard doesn't actually have the right to call his company Pied Piper--there's a sprinkler system maker doing business under that moniker, and if it's going to give up that name, its founder wants to be paid his share of Richard's still-theoretical riches.

  • News: Harman Clari-Fi technology gives your MP3's a makeover in the Lexus NX

    MP3 files may sound fine through your earbuds, but route it through a car's audio system, and the insulated cabin makes it all too easy to hear the wan bass line, the whiny middle range, and the absence of subtler bits, crushed under MP3's path of compressive destruction.

  • News: Most but not all sites have fixed Heartbleed flaw

    The world's top 1,000 websites have been patched to protect their servers against the "Heartbleed" exploit, but up to 2% of the top million were still vulnerable as of last week.



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