Archives: February 2013

IBM's Watson becomes a cancer treatment adviser

February 11, 2013
Supercomputer draws on troves of cancer research and patient records to guide doctors toward insurance-approved treatments
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Microsoft evangelists pull page out of BlackBerry handbook

February 11, 2013
Aggressive marketing for Windows 8 and Windows Phone tries to convince developers and users to look beyond iOS, Android
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Adobe blames naïve Office users for latest Flash Player exploits

February 08, 2013
Alongside critical security updates, Adobe previews feature aimed at stopping Office users from running potentially malicious Flash content
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Facebook error that hijacks thousands of websites isn't just an 'inconvenience'

February 08, 2013
The social network's tendrils reach further and deeper than companies and users may feel comfortable with
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Windows 8 PCs languish in a world of hurt

February 08, 2013
Bad news piles up for PCs in general and Microsoft in particular -- unless, of course, you redefine what constitutes a PC
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New LibreOffice turns up the heat on Microsoft

February 07, 2013
Open source is keeping pressure on Microsoft with new release of LibreOffice productivity suite. It took a village to build it
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Enterprises dropping BlackBerry support in favor of the iPhone

February 07, 2013
Companies are more likely to support Windows Phone 8 than BlackBerry 10, according to iPass/MobileIron survey
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Microsoft is attacking Gmail for tactics it uses itself

February 07, 2013
Negative ads aim to convince Google Gmail users they're being Scroogled by invasive techniques Microsoft itself uses
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Is Apple now the PC leader? Depends on your definition of PC

February 07, 2013
iPad? That's a PC. iPad Mini? That's a PC. Amazon Kindle? Oh, you better believe that's a PC, according to Canalys
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Android takes the lead from iOS in mobile data traffic

February 06, 2013
Cisco study finds global mobile traffic has hit 885 petabytes per month, predicts mobile devices will outnumber world population by 2017
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