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  • Microsoft's Azure Stack beta gets new services and DevOps tools

    People testing out the public beta of Microsoft's Azure Stack private cloud system have some new platform services and DevOps tools to play with less than two weeks after it initially launched.

  • Telco complaints drop

    A year-on-year comparison of complaints about telecommunications services show a significant drop in the December quarter, according to the latest ‘Complaints in Context’ report issued by the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman and Communications Alliance.

  • Aussie company Higgns formed to take care of IoT

    Australian software developer Two Bulls is spinning out a new company, Higgns, to exploit its software of the same name, which uses the AllJoyn open software framework for Internet of Things devices.

  • 9 technologies that could cut demand for lawyers, lower legal fees

    Attorneys at the recent LegalTech conference heard about new technologies that automate some of what they do and could reduce the need for large large law firms.

  • Prysm combines displays with SaaS to extend the reach of enterprise collaboration

    The increasingly busy enterprise collaboration space got a new entry Monday with Prysm's new platform designed to support dispersed, multidevice workplaces.

  • Kingston buys encrypted flash drive maker IronKey

    Kingston has purchased Imation's IronKey subsidiary, a maker of encrypted USB drives.

  • Sen. Blumenthal demands lifting of IT 'gag' order

    In a letter to Thomas May, the CEO of Eversource, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) called the non-disparagement provision "an effective gag order” keeping workers from “speaking openly about their experiences, and further smacks of intimidation and maltreatment of your workforce."

  • Microsoft previews enterprise-grade setting sync in Windows 10

    Microsoft has announced that a public preview of the enterprise-specific synchronization of settings, apps and passwords between devices running Windows 10 is now available.

  • Forget Trump and Clinton: IBM's Watson is running for president

    If company CEOs can be replaced by computers, why not the president of the United States?

  • 5G might be your next home broadband service

    An AT&T regulatory filing last week shed light on a lesser-known aspect of the emerging 5G wireless standard that could be a boon to some consumers: Home broadband.

  • Cybercriminals adopt spies' techniques to pull off online bank heists

    Researchers from security vendor Kaspersky Lab have identified three cybercrime groups that compromise and steal money from financial institutions using sophisticated techniques and custom malware.

  • Watch hundreds of robots and drones in an amazing choreographed dance

    Hours-long entertainment shows are a staple of the new year in many East Asian countries, but none is greater than Chinese Central Television's lunar new year gala.

  • Java installer flaw shows why you should clear your Downloads folder

    Older Java installers are designed to look for and automatically load a number of specifically named DLL (Dynamic Link Library) files that might exist in the folder they were launched from.

  • Report: Hackers steal, post details on 9,000 DHS employees

    Warning made of plans to post details of 20K FBI workers

  • Facebook's Free Basics prohibited in India

    Facebook's Free Basics service has been dealt a severe blow by India's telecommunications regulator, which ruled on Monday that telecom service providers are prohibited from charging differently for data depending on the content or the application that the user is accessing.

  • Mozilla moves Firefox to more flexible release schedule

    Mozilla said it was changing Firefox's rigid every-six-week release cadence for a looser schedule that resembles what Google has used for Chrome since 2008.

  • Apple's GPU supplier ditches CEO, seeks new strategy

    Imagination Technologies, the U.K. company that makes graphics chips for Apple's iPhones and iPads, is ditching its CEO and its strategy as it heads for its second consecutive year of losses.

  • Flash memory's density surpasses hard drives for first time

    The production of 3D or stacked NAND flash in recent years has led to non-volatile memory exceeding the areal density of HDDs. This means that flash memory products with higher capacity can be built using the same surface area.

  • What makes ‘smart contracts’ smart?

    Contract law has been a fundamental cornerstone of the formation of modern human society. Smart contracts, an expression coined by Nick Szabo, represent a digital evolution of contracts.

  • govCMS adds API-driven content sharing

    govCMS — the cloud-hosted, Drupal-based content management system for federal government departments and agencies — has added new features that make it easier for government organisations to syndicate their content to other sites.

  • CIOs are finding agility through cloud-based communications

    Companies grappling with new customer expectations turn to Communication-as-a-Service model (CaaS) for a more agile, cloud-based omnichannel experience.

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