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Ebola speeds up educators' embrace of tech in Sierra Leone, Liberia

The University of Sierra Leone turns to online learning while nonprofit Rumie sends tablets to Liberia

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Google's gigabit-Internet service in Austin priced at $70 per month

The broadband service is already in Kansas City and Provo, Utah

Office 365's spam filter gets smarter at sorting bulk mailings

The Exchange Online Protection email security engine rates these promotional messages on a scale of 1 to 9

IoT in the Enterprise Up Three-Fold, Study Finds

IoT deployment in the enterprise has increased 333% since 2012, according to research from an Internet of Things company.

Slack now letting employers tap workers' private chats

The company hopes to attract more businesses with the optional feature

Google to Apps users: take more responsibility for protecting your accounts

Changes to the suite's security features should make it easier for employees to become more active in protecting themselves from hackers

SMBs get their very own Salesforce app store

A data integation feature will allow users to add customer information stored in the apps to their Desk.com portal

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8 Significant Software Releases of 2014

Interesting, annoying and possibly game-changing releases from Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Apple and more.

Apple's $450 million e-books settlement gets final approval

The amount still depends on Apple losing an appeal on another ruling

Uber, facing public backlash, will rethink privacy

The company is working with a DC law firm to assess its policies

SAP talks up Hana but small companies slow to sign on

Small companies have some internal work to do before adopting the in-memory computing platform

US Senator Al Franken questions Uber's privacy policies

Franken questions Uber's so-called 'God view' data tool

Yahoo dethrones Google as default Firefox search tool

Yahoo said the five-year deal will widen its reach, but it's unclear by how much

Uber's rider-controlled Spotify jams could cost drivers

Drivers using their own phones could be charged for the data

To 'read' this fashion magazine, fire up your image-recognition app

NEC touts the speed and versatility of its Gaziru image-recognition app

Now you can search every tweet that was ever sent

Twitter's search now indexes all publicly posted tweets since 2006

IBM's new enterprise email aims to organize your day

IBM Verse, formerly called Mail Next, fuses e-mails with collaboration and analysis tools

Does Skype for Web mean WebRTC is ready for prime time?

Attitudes to standards in web browsers will dictate what you'll be able to do on your device

SkyKick promises simpler migration to Office 365

Cloud services mean you don't have to run your own servers but for email, few companies want to start from scratch

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