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'Reinvent Productivity,' Nadella Urges
'Reinvent Productivity,' Nadella Urges

Perhaps in response to talk about Microsoft's fallibility in some market segments, CEO Satya Nadella has issued a lengthy memo encouraging Microsoft employees to "reinvent productivity."

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Silent Circle Ends Phone Roaming Charges Silent Circle Offers Roam-Free Plan

Takes on Skype, Viber, Google Voice.

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Microsoft Targets CRM in Government Cloud Microsoft Takes CRM to Gov't Cloud

With Dynamics CRM in early 2015.

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LinkedIn Replaces Contacts App with New 'Connected' LinkedIn Replaces Contacts Mobile App

New Connected app more comprehensive.

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Google, SAP, Others Push Back Against Patent Trolls Google, SAP, More Fight Patent Trolls

Firms want to innovate, not litigate.

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Windows 7 Ends Mainstream Support
Another IE-Focused Patch Tuesday
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Microsoft Takes CRM to Gov't Cloud
New OpenStack Release Available
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Microsoft Takes CRM to Gov't Cloud
NY Reaches Price Limit Deal with Uber
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IBM Earmarks $3B for Next-Gen Chips
Most Networks Not Ready for IoT
Mobile Tech
Silent Circle Offers Roam-Free Plan
LinkedIn Replaces Contacts Mobile App
Big Data
Facebook Experiment Now a Debate
A Thumbs-Up for NSA Internet Spying
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Silent Circle Offers Roam-Free Plan
T-Mobile Accused of Bogus Fees
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Google, SAP, More Fight Patent Trolls
NY Reaches Price Limit Deal with Uber
Network Security
Russian Hacker's Charges Revealed
Another IE-Focused Patch Tuesday
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EMC Moves Toward Hybrid Cloud
Oracle Boosts ZS3 Storage Server Line
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Microsoft Revamps Office 365 Plans
Data Recovered from 'Wiped' Phones
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Is Apple Dumping iPhones on eBay?
Apple Seeks an 'iCup Technician'
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Charges: Russian Stole Data from U.S. Restaurants, Zoo
A Russian man arrested on bank fraud and other charges hacked into computers at restaurants in Washington, hundreds of other retail businesses, and even the Phoenix Zoo, authorities say.
 
Another Month, Another IE-Focused Patch Tuesday
Microsoft rolled out 59 vulnerabilities for Internet Explorer in June. But the IE-patching party is not over yet. Redmond published six new security bulletins on Tuesday; two, critical; three, important.
 
Russian Arrested in Hacking Case Filed in Seattle
The U.S. Secret Service has arrested a Russian man who is accused of hacking store computers to steal thousands of credit card numbers, charging him with bank fraud, identity theft and more.
 

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Another Day, Another Internet of Things Consortium Is Born
In the emerging Internet of Things, zillions of devices will be talking to each other. Samsung, Intel and Dell just formed a consortium to ensure each thing can understand what others are saying.
 
Gartner Sales Study Sees Tablets Up, PCs Down but Recovering
Are PCs on the comeback trail? That depends on how you define "comeback." While tablet sales remain strong, Gartner's latest study found PC shipments aren't dropping as fast as they did last year.
 
Review: Warming Up to Tablets with Keyboard Covers
If you've ever thought tablets with keyboard covers were just a poor excuse for a laptop, think again. Nokia's Lumia 2520 comes with an optional keyboard cover that just may change your mind.
 

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Silent Circle Ends Phone Roaming Charges
Encryption telephone service provider Silent Circle has begun offering international calling plans without global roaming charges, allowing overseas travelers to avoid exorbitant wireless fees.
 
LinkedIn Replaces Contacts App with New 'Connected'
Popular business social site LinkedIn is trying to reinvigorate its mobile side. The company has launched a redesigned app for keeping people connected, replacing its previous Contacts app.
 
Is Apple Dumping iPhones on eBay in Advance of iPhone 6?
Apple reportedly has opened an eBay storefront called Factory Certified that is selling Apple-certified refurbished iPhones for a fraction of what they cost new, with a "final quality inspection by Apple."
 

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