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Singtel and Ericsson implementing 450Mbps 4G indoor technology in 2017

7 hours 37 min ago
Singtel and Ericsson have aggregated licensed and unlicensed spectrum to extend network coverage indoors to attain throughput speeds of up to 450Mbps.
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Queensland government gives two startups a funding leg up

8 hours 4 min ago
The Queensland government will give Immersive Robotics and Allsafe Fnq AU$100,000 each as part of Advance Queensland's AU$10 million Ignite Ideas Fund.
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LogMeIn merging with Citrix's GoTo business

9 hours 47 min ago
The deal, valued at about $1.8B, is expected to be tax free to Citrix.
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Obama publishes directive for cyber attack response

11 hours 23 min ago
In the event of a significant cyber attack, the FBI would take the lead in responding to the threat, the directive says.
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#CXOTALK General Electric and the industrial internet of big things

12 hours 5 min ago
GE's Chief Marketing Officer, Linda Boff, explains how this iconic brand develops products for the Internet of Things at industrial scale. The are important lessons for every enterprise marketer and product designer.
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The silver linings amidst crumbling iPhone, iPad and Mac sales

12 hours 19 min ago
It's been a bad quarter for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, but it's not all doom and gloom, as there are a few silver linings buried in the data.
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Apple Q3 beats Wall Street estimates, despite falling iPhone sales

12 hours 54 min ago
Apple was expected to make $1.39 per share on revenue on $42.1 billion.
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Twitter Q2 misses on revenue, shares plunge

13 hours 2 min ago
Twitter now expects second-quarter revenue in the range of $590 million to $610 million, which falls well below the $678 million expected.
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Motorola says it won't issue monthly security patches

13 hours 25 min ago
Monthly security patches are important for keeping your Android device safe, but Motorola will not commit to a monthly release schedule with its smartphones.
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Mobileye, Tesla to part ways

13 hours 34 min ago
The company behind Tesla's collision-avoidance technology says it will not extend its contract with the automaker.
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Slurpee by drone? 7-Eleven delivers junk food via autonomous flying robot

13 hours 58 min ago
The demonstration is about much more than flying Slurpees. 7-Eleven partnered with Flirtey to complete the first FAA-approved autonomous drone delivery from a store to a customer's home.
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Florida judge rules bitcoin is not currency

15 hours 4 min ago
The judge threw out money laundering charges against a man who sold bitcoins to undercover cops.
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DataStax 5.0: Embracing most everything but SQL

16 hours 35 min ago
The release of DataStax 5.0 provides a good snapshot on how the database market has evolved over the past decade. DataStax, the company that offers a commercial version of the open-source Apache Cassandra database, has spread its wings in the new release.
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GE Digital announces industrial developer toolkit, Predix Kits

17 hours 3 min ago
GE Digital expects to have more than 20,000 developers building on the Predix industrial IoT platform by the end of the year.
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LinkedIn acquires social-selling vendor PointDrive

17 hours 14 min ago
Microsoft's latest acquisition, LinkedIn, just bought PointDrive, a social-selling app vendor.
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IBM kicks off SmartCamp Brazil

17 hours 55 min ago
This year's local phase of the entrepreneurship competition will take place in November.
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BlackBerry unveils the DTEK50, claims it's 'world's most secure Android smartphone'

18 hours 9 min ago
It comes with a 5.2-inch screen, an all-touch keyboard, and will retail for $299.
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Selling off the family silicon: why the UK is upset about the ARM takeover

19 hours 15 min ago
People are upset about ARM being taken over by Japan's Softbank, though ARM was actually founded by American and Italian-owned businesses. The real reason to be upset is that the UK doesn't have any similar global IT success stories, and no guarantee that any will emerge in the future.
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Using SMS for two-factor authentication? It might be time to think again

Tue, 2016-07-26 23:54
SMS as a two-factor authentication method will soon be discouraged, according to draft guidelines from US standards body.
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Flaws in wireless keyboards let hackers snoop on everything you type

Tue, 2016-07-26 23:30
Many popular, low-cost wireless keyboards don't encrypt keystrokes.
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