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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

HP plugs the Vertica analytics engine into Hadoop

HP Vertica for SQL on Hadoop promises to pair the reliability of SQL with the scalability of Hadoop

Fujitsu embeds data in LED light for smartphones to detect

Just aim a smartphone camera at a lit object and an app calls up relevant information

Facebook: You post it, we can see it, and that's that

Facebook won't give users control over what information the company can keep

How Apple, Samsung and BlackBerry are fighting to win the enterprise

Samsung partners with BlackBerry to improve security and Apple expands program to ease roll out of its devices

Google helps track overfishing through satellites

The prototype platform uses ship traffic signals to track fishing activity

Oracle, SAP settle long-standing TomorrowNow lawsuit

SAP will pay Oracle about US$359 million in damages and interest to settle the case

Microsoft finally fusing Yammer-Office 365 sign-on systems

Microsoft bought Yammer in mid-2012, but Office 365 users have had to log into it with separate credentials

Pandora says its 'like' data keeps it relevant against Spotify, Apple

The company is eyeing other investments in the Internet of Things

Microsoft to boost Active Directory protection with Aorato acquisition

The Israeli startup's security product uses machine learning to protect Active Directory servers

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