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  • Microsoft's Intolerable Windows 10 Aggression
  • Coalition Wants FCC to Look Into Data Cap Exemptions
  • Facebook Tweaks Trending Topics Out of Abundance of Caution
  • Microsoft Drastically Scales Down Smartphone Biz
  • Oculus Riles Users Over Piracy Block That Fails Anyway
  • Yahoo Bids Could Seriously Underwhelm
  • New SF Store Showcases Apple's Trademark Creativity
  • Vendors Gain Congressional Support on IT Pricing
  • Hacker Hawks 2-Year-Old Cache of 117M LinkedIn User IDs


  • Google Challenges Right to Be Forgotten in French High Court
  • Nokia Stages Smartphone Comeback
  • China Subjects Tech Imports to Heavy Security Scrutiny
  • Tweets May Soon Breeze Past 140-Character Limit
  • Zuckerberg Aims to Smooth Conservatives' Ruffled Feathers
  • Microsoft, SAP Deepen Partnership to Blend Cloud Offerings
  • AT&T Snags Quickplay for DirecTV Expansion
  • Privacy Concerns Curb Online Commerce, Communication
  • Apple Invests $1B in Chinese Uber Competitor Didi Chuxing
  • What SMBs Want From IT Services
  • Charter-TWC Merger Clears Final Regulatory Hurdle
  • Walmart Tests 2-Day Subscription Shipping
  • The Emergence of Managed IoT Services
  • Warehouse Clubs Ignore Customer Relationships at Their Peril
  • Google Boots Ads for Predatory Payday Lenders
  • Defense IT Contract Rekindles Pricing Complaints
  • Facebook Tampers With Gears of Journalism, Ex-Curators Charge
  • Apple Partners With SAP for Mobile App Dev
  • Amazon Video Direct Could Become Another Prime Mover
  • Ford, Microsoft Pour Cash Into Pivotal
  • Air Cargo Deal Gives Amazon More Control Over Deliveries
  • Tweet Tracker Spurns US Intelligence Agencies
  • Microsoft Buys Solair for Azure IoT
  • Adblock Plus to Websites: 'We've Got Your Back'
  • Russian 'Collector' Sells Stolen Email Credentials for a Song
  • India Rejects Apple's iPhone Retread Plan
  • Cybersecurity Goals to Guide Federal Software Spending
  • Supreme Court Grants Federal Agents Broader Surveillance Authority
  • Confusion Reigns Over Wright's 'I Am Satoshi' Claim
  • Hulu May Offer a Live TV Broadcast Option
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