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Videotaped Deposition of Steve Jobs Played in Apple iPod Trial

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Microsoft takes Torque Search from the wrist to Android smartphones

I have been using Microsoft’s Torque Search (Google Play Store link) on Android Wear devices for a few weeks, but it is now also available for Android smartphones. Special Feature Wearables: Fit For Business? The explosion of interest in wearable computing is one of tech’s fastest rising trends. While big moves from Google, Apple, and Samsung will likely attract a… Read more →

Microsoft enables Skype and Lync video integration

On December 5, Microsoft announced that it is beginning the rollout of the second piece of Skype-Lync federation by turning on video integration between the two services. “We’re excited to announce that Skype users can now video call their Skype contacts on Lync, and vice versa!” said company officials in a blog post announcing the new capability. In May 2013,… Read more →

The best (and worst) PC upgrades

Samsung SSD (Image: Samsung) PCs are lasting longer than ever, but interest in upgrading them so that they last even longer, or can handle newer software, is still high. But to get the best bang for the buck from an upgrade you have to spend money wisely. And buying the wrong thing might not only give you nothing in return,… Read more →

Security, silos, skills, and system integration clog the gears of the industrial internet

The so-called “industrial internet” has the potential to add amazing intelligence to products and services in the coming years. Machines and engines out at customer sites can feed continuous streams of data back to manufacturers, enabling preventive maintenance and boosting quality. However, the same challenges that continue to vex enterprise IT — security, silos, skills, and systems integration issues between… Read more →

Microsoft: Nicely entrenched in mobile

When you think of mobile, you don’t usually think of Microsoft. That’s due to the company’s small line of devices, basically the Surface tablets, and gadgets are what come to mind when thinking of mobile. That’s unfair, as Microsoft has done a remarkable job of spreading its software around the mobile space, in some cases for many years. Even those… Read more →

In Suit, Cisco Accuses Arista of Copying Work

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Apple iPod Lawsuit Down to One Plaintiff

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Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update coming soon

Owners of Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 should be seeing Android 5.0.1 update for Lollipop landing on their devices soon. Google has released the source code for the update to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and this is good sign that the update will be pushed to Nexus devices imminently. This will come are a… Read more →

2014 in ‘too long, didn’t read': The tech stories you probably missed

2014 in ‘too long, didn’t read': The tech stories you probably missed Source Article from http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/2014-too-long-didnt-read/#ftag=RSSbaffb682014 in ‘too long, didn’t read': The tech stories you probably missedhttp://www.zdnet.com/pictures/2014-too-long-didnt-read/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNethttp://i.zdnet.com/images/spry/zdnet_300x300.jpg

2014 in ‘too long, didn’t read': The tech stories you probably missed

2014 in ‘too long, didn’t read': The tech stories you probably missed Source Article from http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/2014-too-long-didnt-read/#ftag=RSSbaffb682014 in ‘too long, didn’t read': The tech stories you probably missedhttp://www.zdnet.com/pictures/2014-too-long-didnt-read/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNethttp://i.zdnet.com/images/spry/zdnet_300x300.jpg

New social media platform bitlanders pays users to blend gaming with social

New York start-up bitlanders aims to capture and engage users by bringing gaming aspects to social media activities whilst encouraging teens to become digital ambassadors for the web. Image: bitlanders The social role pay game positions itself as “social media meets the gaming universe.” The bitLanders platform delivers a social network and content platform where you upload rich media content… Read more →