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Southwest Airlines Offers Free Streaming of Apple’s Beats Music Service

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Google Calendar revamped for mobile, Inbox apps

Google has just unveiled a dramatic revamp for its Calendar app, bringing its mobile apps and strategy back into line in the shadow of the Inbox launch last month. Google smartwatches Google sets smartwatches with Android Wear OS (photos) Read more Ready for integration with both Gmail and Inbox apps, the big revisions can be… Read more →

Yosemite now powering 20 percent of Macs

(Image: Apple) If you’ve downloaded and installed OS X 10.10 Yosemite onto your Mac, you’re now part of a club that consists of 20 percent of Macs out there. Must See Gallery Six Clicks: Scariest Tech Trends of 2014 Read more According to data collected by web metrics firm Net Applications, OS X 10.10 Yosemite… Read more →

Google’s Nexus 9 tablet: More business friendly, but…

Google’s Nexus 9 tablet adds key security features that will matter to businesses, material design to Gmail—personal and work should you use Google Apps—and the latest version of Android in a HTC hardware package that’s solid. Special Feature Tablets: Where’s the Productivity? The hottest device in the enterprise remains the tablet. Executives have pushed for… Read more →

OpenStack welcomes you to the software-defined economy

PARIS — In 2010, the OpenStack Summit in San Antonio, TX had 250 attendees. Fast forward and the 2014 OpenStack Summit has 4,600 registered members from 59 countries and hundreds of companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 50 businesses such as IBM, HP, and OpenStack’s newest Platinum member Intel. Get the picture? OpenStack isn’t just some open-source… Read more →

What’s wrong with the Microsoft Band

(Image: Microsoft) While I’m enthusiastic about Microsoft’s entry into the fitness wearable market, and firmly believe that the array of sensors and platform-agnostic nature of the Band makes it a game changer, over the past few days I’ve received a fair bit of feedback from users as to things they’d like to see changed in… Read more →

AppDynamics launches analytics, collaboration tools

AppDynamics, which makes application performance management tools, on Monday rolled out new analytics and collaborative features for its cloud services. The company delivered the news at its inaugural Appsphere user conference in Las Vegas. On the analytics front, the company released Application Analytics, which tracks real-time information technology and operations intelligence. Application Analytics captures business… Read more →

Canonical officially unveils its OpenStack distro

PARIS — Any doubts you might have had about Canonical, best known for its Ubuntu Linux distribution, refocusing it energy on cloud-based Linux rather than desktop or mobile Linux were put to rest at the OpenStack Summit. Sure, Canonical just released a new version of Ubuntu, 14.10, but the real changes in this release were for OpenStack… Read more →

Apple plans investor call ahead of potential bond sale

Credit: Apple Apple is planning an investor call ahead of a potential bond sale, the third in the company’s history. The iPad and iPhone maker is working with Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs in order to organize the call, according to the Wall Street Journal. The publication, citing a person familiar with the matter, says… Read more →

Daily Report: The New Dell

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