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Google wants to fly drones above New Mexico

Google is planning to test Internet delivery by drone high above New Mexico, according to a government filing.

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Google wants to fly drones above New Mexico

iPhone 6 sets sales record with 4M first day

Apple today said it had sold over four million iPhones in 24 hours last week, double the number it dealt out in 2012 for the iPhone 5, the last time the company pre-sold its flagship.

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iPhone 6 sets sales record with 4M first day

Windows 9 leak shows Storage Sense and Wi-Fi Sense coming over from Windows Phone

A couple more Windows Phone features are apparently headed to Windows 9, with signs of Wi-Fi Sense and Storage Sense showing up in the latest leaked preview builds.

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Windows 9 leak shows Storage Sense and Wi-Fi Sense coming over from Windows Phone

How Big Data Is Helping to Save the Planet

A little more than a year ago, Conservation International (CI) was wrestling with a mammoth big data problem.

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How Big Data Is Helping to Save the Planet

Microsoft bringing more mobile, cloud products to China with new subsidiary

Microsoft is eying China with plans to develop more mobile and cloud-based technologies for the country at a new subsidiary in Shanghai, despite the regulatory hurdles the U.S.

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Microsoft bringing more mobile, cloud products to China with new subsidiary

Chromebooks gain Chromecast streaming for Google Drive-stored videos

Google Drive is getting more Chromecast integration thanks to a new feature under development for Chrome OS.

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Chromebooks gain Chromecast streaming for Google Drive-stored videos

Caught in the breach: How a good CSO confronts inevitable bad news

What goes through the mind of a CSO/CISO upon being told by his or her team that their organization has been breached?

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Caught in the breach: How a good CSO confronts inevitable bad news

‘Phablet,’ the word we love to hate

Phablet [fab-lit]: Noun. A mobile device that combines the features of a smartphone and a tablet computer and is larger than a typical smartphone but not as large as a typical small tablet — Dictionary.com

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‘Phablet,’ the word we love to hate

Prevent identity theft with this interactive site

Preventing identity theft starts with you–making sure you’re aware of the threats out there, and how to avoid them.

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Prevent identity theft with this interactive site

Federal CIOs Must Reframe Security Around Data, Access

In an era of cloud computing, increasing mobility and federal agencies outsourcing more functions to IT contractors, the traditional lines delineating a network perimeter have blurred beyond recognition, experts warn.

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Federal CIOs Must Reframe Security Around Data, Access