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  • HBO to Rerun Hit Shows on Amazon Prime
  • Federal Initiative Aims to Spur Software Development
  • Is Square Mobile Payments in Trouble?
  • Verizon Dabbles in Security Reporting
  • Microsoft, Nokia March to Altar
  • Going Gold - IBM's Mainframe Turns 50
  • Heartbleed's Never-Ending Drip, Drip, Drip
  • IT Providers Stew Over Big Data Privacy Regulation
  • PS4 Reigns Supreme in Huge Video Game Sales Month
  • Next iOS May Add Shazam Music Discovery
  • A Dream of America's Forefathers


  • Twitter Makes Bold Moves in Mobile Ad Game
  • The Ultra High-Speed Internet Race Is On
  • Alibaba IPO Could Spark E-Commerce Investment Surge
  • Amazon's Rumored 3D Smartphone May Radically Change E-Commerce
  • Google Clarifies Gmail Snooping in Updated ToS
  • Drone Wars: Google Snatches Titan From Facebook's Grasp
  • Mozilla in the Eye of the Storm
  • T-Mobile Ditches 'Greedy, Predatory' Overage Fees
  • PCI 3.0, Part 3: Validating Your Cardholder Data Environment
  • The Pace of Federal IT Innovation Requires Vendor Patience
  • Amazon to Investors: The Sky's the Limit
  • Icahn, eBay Kiss and Make Up - for Now
  • The Cloud's Long Tail: Industry-Specific SaaS Solutions
  • Dropbox Reaches for Brass Ring With Photo-Sharing Carousel
  • Investors See Gold Mine in Quora
  • Which Wireless Network Is Best for You?
  • Comcast Argues TWC Merger Would Level Playing Field
  • Google Sees Glass in Businesses' Future
  • Microsoft's Nokia Deal Clears China Hurdle
  • Twitter Applies a New Coat of Face(book) Paint
  • Speed of Technology Confounds Wall St. Regulators
  • The Internet and the Web in 2025
  • Smartphone Tracking: How Close Is Too Close?
  • Record Labels Slam Russian Social Net With Piracy Suit
  • Net Neutrality Wins Tough Battle in European Parliament
  • BlackBerry's Coca-Cola Moment
  • T-Mobile Won't Have BlackBerry to Kick Around Any More
  • Money Talks in Smartphone Kill Switch Debate
  • With Eich Appointment, Mozilla Jumps From Frying Pan Into Fire
  • Apple, Samsung Start New Round in Koh's Courtroom
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