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Iran orders messaging apps to store data of local users in the country

Iran has ordered messaging apps to transfer data and activity records of Iranian users to local servers within one year, a move that will give the country a greater ability to monitor and censor the online activity of its people.

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Staring at your phone? The next ARM chips are just for you

ARM, the company behind the architecture of most mobile processors, created its next-generation chip designs for sustained high performance and longer battery life.

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella follows Apple’s Tim Cook to India

Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella is visiting India, reflecting the growing importance of the country as a market for multinational technology companies.

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Chinese users blast Microsoft's assertive Windows 10 upgrade op

Chinese users have joined the chorus of those upset by Microsoft's recent aggressive push to get them to upgrade to Windows 10.

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Makani energy kite is a smarter wind turbine

Makani's energy kite is an airborne wind turbine that aims to generate more energy using less materials.

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35% off Omron 10 Series Bluetooth Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor - Deal Alert

With Bluetooth Smart, you can wirelessly connect to your online dashboard for a digital record of your blood pressure readings. That way it's easier for you to track your progress and take the right steps to manage your heart.

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Facebook begins aiming ads at non-users

Facebook is expanding its ad network past its own borders, encompassing Internet users who don't even use the social network.

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Financial services firms struggling with ecommunications

In its sixth annual survey of electronic communications compliance, compliance and ediscovery specialist Smarsh reports that financial services firms are struggling to retain and supervise the growing volume and variety of...

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Is the end of the U.S. tech market upon us?

Tech companies’ almost exclusive focus on quarterly returns to appease investors who will likely take their fast profits and run is troubling and something to consider when choosing a vendor, writes columnist Rob Enderle.

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Shared malware code links SWIFT-related breaches at banks and North Korean hackers

Malware links suggest that North Korean hackers might be behind recent attacks against several Asian banks, including the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh central bank earlier this year.

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Fearing forced Windows 10 upgrades, users are disabling critical updates instead

Microsoft's overly aggressive Windows 10 upgrade push is encouraging users to disable Windows Update, leaving their PCs at risk of malware infection.

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How to turn a 'toxic' IT shop into a trusted business partner

Three CIOs discuss the wholesale transformation of their IT departments into respected business partners, in this free report prepared by the CIO Executive Council.

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Why I won’t use Dropbox’s Project Infinite if it’s not open source

If Dropbox wants to get into the kernel, they should open source their client side software so the community can audit their code

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Why IT and marketing need to work together

For years, the IT and marketing departments have had a rocky relationship. As marketer's need to better understand the customer, it requires the investment and use of a significant amount of technology. It's time that the feud come to...

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New federal Defend Trade Secrets Act expands protection, adds safe harbor

The continuous press for innovation in technology and media will challenge intellectual property laws to evolve. The new Defend Trade Secrets Act provides a powerful new tool to protect a business's intangible assets and a major...

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Windows 10 books big growth spurt

Windows 10 in the last two weeks has posted its largest growth spurt since August 2015, according to data from an analytics vendor.

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Senate proposal to require encryption workarounds may be dead

A proposal in the U.S. Senate to require smartphone OS developers and other tech vendors to break their own encryption at the request of law enforcement may be dead on arrival.

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Most marketers miss mark with mobile messaging

Consumers are inundated with notifications from all types of mobile messaging services, and though many will engage with businesses that use relevant alerts, most organizations don't capitalize on the opportunity.

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