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Broadcom said to be in buyout talks with Avago

Another week, another IT company consolidation could be in the cards. Read this Broadcom CEO predicts a crowded market soon for wearable tech Read More Broadcom is said to be in “advanced talks” for acquisition by Avago Technologies, according to the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday. With dual headquarters in Singapore and San Jose, Calif., Avago produces analog, digital, mixed… Read more →

These 5 free Android apps will boost your productivity

Google Nexus 9 review: A good, but not great, Android 5.0 tablet Source Article from 5 free Android apps will boost your productivity blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNet

Microsoft releases first public preview of SQL Server 2016

Microsoft is making available to anyone who wants to kick the tires a first public preview release of its coming SQL Server 2016 on-premises database. Testers can download what’s called SQL Server 2016 Community Technology Preview (CTP) 2 from Microsoft’s web site, as of today, May 27. (The first preview is numbered 2 because there was a private preview that… Read more →

Wearables to improve your health and wellbeing

Summary: Do you want to wake up feeling refreshed, shake off jetlag, breathe better quality air, or monitor your posture? Take a look at the wearables that can improve your health and enhance your wellbeing. By Eileen Brown for Social Business | May 27, 2015 — 16:38 GMT (09:38 PDT) Follow @eileenb Source Article from to improve your health… Read more →

Internap provides colo services to power Scanline’s high-end visual effects

To create the complex visual effects needed for items such as the water and fire effects found in feature films like 300: Rise of an Empire, Batman Vs. Superman, Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, and San Andreas, Scanline VFX needs to be able to run thousands of simulations and renders concurrently, manipulating more than 210 petabytes of data on… Read more →

DJI and Accel Partners Form Drone Investment Fund

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BlackBerry Passport and Fitbit Surge: Productivity over bling

There are some amazing phones, check out my top 10 list, and cool wearables available today, but I can’t help putting my T-Mobile SIM back into my BlackBerry Passport while connecting it with the Fitbit Surge to maintain my productivity and carry on my tasks for more than a day without worry. I’m as guilty as other reviewers when looking… Read more →

Wearables drive growth in flexible AMOLED displays

Device manufacturers are moving away from rigid organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels used in smartphones and wearable devices, to flexible active-matrix-organic-light-emitting diode (AMOLED) panels. IHS predicts that this year flexible AMOLED panel shipments will amount to more than 11 percent of rigid AMOLED shipments. “When growth in the smartphone market started to slow in 2013, smartphone makers began to adopt… Read more →

Dell, Intel throw in $45 million toward DocuSign Series F

DocuSign, a San Francisco-based company known for its electronic signature technology, is enjoying a second dose of capital from new investors Dell and Intel. The investment arms of both tech giants have thrown in an additional $45 million to DocuSign’s Series F, announced just a few weeks ago. The additional funds bring DocuSign’s Series F round to $278 million. In… Read more →