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Google makes mobile websites more app-like with Chrome push notifications

The likes of eBay and Facebook will soon take advantage of the feature

Why the journey to IPv6 is still the road less traveled

While enterprises may find it easy, service providers can face a lot of work and few immediate rewards

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How Windows 10 could launch by July

Microsoft is likely to show something resembling a release candidate at the Build conference next week

How flash changes the storage equation

As the enterprise transitions from disk to flash, the focus shifts from optimizing for performance to optimizing for capacity

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Can you hack an airplane? Brace yourself

Suddenly, everyone is worried about malicious hackers breaching networks connected to airplane control systems

The cloud is finally making machine learning practical

Machine learning systems were too costly and too complex for most enterprises in the past. The cloud is changing all that

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The Internet of things doesn't -- and shouldn't -- exist

An open, fully connected environment is impossible and dangerous, which is why IoT is really a collection of separate networks

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Software development: It's about the journey, not the finish line

Software development success should be defined by continuous learning and innovation, not just the completion of projects

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Public shaming and Internet bullies on parade

Thanks to Twitter, Facebook, and today's media outlets, public humiliation is moving at the speed of the Internet, and there's no stopping it

Video: John Oliver exposes patent trolls' tricks and tactics

Patent trolls have outpaced patent law and even figured out which court is best for filing lawsuits -- to the considerable detriment of real businesses

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Why you need to control your data supply chain

One year after acquiring its primary reseller of data, Twitter is cutting off its other resellers. If you are selling data, you should analyze how and why Twitter is integrating its supply chain, and how far you should go with your...

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VMware bestows new container powers upon vSphere/vCloud

The Project Photon and Project Lightwave containerized app technologies are aimed primarily at existing vSphere and vCloud Air users

Microsoft Azure to offer scalability-as-a-service for high-volume apps

The Azure Service Fabric will take care of load balancing as the usage of a cloud application rises

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Windows 10 will launch in late July, says AMD CEO

AMD CEO Lisa Su let slip during last week's earnings call that Windows 10 would launch in late July. Was she right?

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Comcast to bring two-gigabit Internet service to Bay Area, boost existing tiers

Silicon Valley residents won't have to wait for Google Fiber: The cable giant says it will roll out the service in May

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New Azure PaaS aims to make Microsoft the microservices maestro

With Azure Service Fabric, the same PaaS that Microsoft uses to build and deploy microservices applications on Azure will be offered to the world

FCC faces seventh Net neutrality lawsuit

CenturyLink becomes the latest organization to challenge the agency's Feb. 26 rules

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KB 2952664 triggers daily telemetry run in Windows 7 -- and may be snooping on users

Microsoft bills the 'compatibility update' as way to ease the upgrade process to Windows 10 -- but it's collecting data daily

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