Samsung event in August portends new smartphone launch

The company has announced an event on Aug. 13 in New York

Amazon takes on MySQL with Aurora

Going forward, Amazon will position Aurora as its default database service


Over 10 million Web surfers possibly exposed to malvertising

The online advertising company that distributed the ads is taking action to stop it

Car and pedestrian collision? There'll soon be an app for that

The new system will alert drivers and pedestrians of potential collisions

Windows 10 adds full support for Canadian French, Mexican Spanish

Quebecois separatists now have a fully localized OS just for them

To see benefits, heath wearables must keep people engaged

The technologies fail when they fail to consider the lifestyles of the people using them, said panelists

Someday your phone may stop an oncoming car

Verizon is using a simulated city to develop a vehicle-to-pedestrian safety system

NSA will lose access to 'historical' phone surveillence data Nov. 29

After Nov. 29, data requests must be made on an as-needed basis to the FISA Court

Microsoft fixes crash-bug in Windows 10 just days before launch

A new patch fixed a recently-introduced bug that caused Windows Explorer to crash following use of the Control Panel

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The weirdest and coolest sci/tech stories of 2015 (so far!)

We’re talking Pluto, Earth 2.0, Brain algorithms, software coding and tons more.

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Cell phone alerts are dangerous to drivers

The conventional wisdom that hands-free phone conversations behind the wheel are safe may be wrong. A new study finds that even a short alert can be a dangerous distraction.

Facebook opens Internet.org to more mobile operators

A new online portal will make it easier for carriers to adopt the Internet.org app, Facebook says

Microsoft updates some Surface tablets ahead of Windows 10's launch

New updates also fix a persistent bug with Windows 10 that prevented devices from receiving patches

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Software audits: Drag on innovation

Every CIO has had to deal with a software audit. They're painful to manage, costly to resolve and, at the end of the day, add no value. Even worse, they take the vendor's eyes off their core mission: innovating to improve your...

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4 strategies for driving analytics culture change

Driving analytics culture change is hard. Here are 4 key strategies to make the process of changing your analytics culture easier and more data driven.

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Should project managers trust senior management?

Do our senior management leaders have our project customers' needs and best interests in mind when taking actions? And who should we choose to follow or please?

Google to decouple Google+ from some of its sites

It's starting with YouTube, where users won't need a Google+ account to upload videos or post comments

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What can we learn from JPMorgan’s insider breaches?

Another former JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPMC) employee was recently arrested by the FBI on charges of stealing customer data and trying to sell it. Similar incidents have occurred multiple times at JPMC over the past few years. Upon...

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Microsoft wants you to pay for Solitaire, again, in Windows 10

Yes, there is a monthly subscription offer buried within Windows 10. To play Solitaire.

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Why I ditched my Fitbit and what this means for analytics

Dashboards that don’t evolve don’t get used. Here are best practices for delivering successful self-service analytics to your employees.

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