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August 01, 2014
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Retailers Hacked by New Malware
Retailers Hacked by New Malware

'Malicious actors' are using a new variety of malware to access consumer payment data remotely through point-of-sale systems, according to a report from the Department of Homeland Security.

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Oracle Buying TOA Technologies To Boost Field Services Oracle To Buy TOA Technologies

To boost field service capabilities.

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BlackBerry Messenger Now Available on Windows Phone BBM Now Available on Windows Phone

Had been available only to beta users.

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SAP, Apigee Partner on API Management SAP Taps Apigee for API Management

Helping enterprises go digital.

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New App Helps with Smarter Time Management New App To Manage Time Better

Helping to organize your busy life.

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Enterprise I.T.
SAP Taps Apigee for API Management
IBM Beefs Up Identity Intelligence
Cloud Computing
Oracle To Buy TOA Technologies
Oracle Releases a Slew of Upgrades
Applications
Internet.org App to Debut in Zambia
Alibaba Mulling Stake in Snapchat
Hardware
AMD Debuts 64-Bit ARM Server Chips
MacBook Pros Get Update, Price Cut
Mobile Tech
BBM Now Available on Windows Phone
Smartphone Slowdown Hits Samsung
Big Data
SAP Taps Apigee for API Management
Many Sites Are Studying Consumers
Communications
BBM Now Available on Windows Phone
Hangouts Now More Biz Friendly
World Wide Web
Internet.org App to Debut in Zambia
HealthCare.gov's Rollout Probed
Network Security
Retailers Hacked by New Malware
IBM Beefs Up Identity Intelligence
Data Storage
Cloud Firms Offer Azure Starter Kit
Amazon Intros Zocalo Storage Service
CRM Systems
Oracle To Buy TOA Technologies
Salesforce App Personalizes the Sale
Microsoft/Windows
BBM Now Available on Windows Phone
Microsoft Spreads Cortana Abroad
Apple/Mac
Apple's Content Delivery Network Live
New App To Manage Time Better
Linux/Open Source
Oracle Releases a Slew of Upgrades
Samsung Postpones Tizen Phone
Personal Tech
New App To Manage Time Better
Virgin Mobile Offers Custom Plans
Press Releases
Enghouse's CCE: Product of the Year
Zendesk Expansion Delivers Jobs
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Internet.org App to Debut in Zambia
 
USB Security Flaw Uncovered
 
Alibaba Mulling Stake in Snapchat
 
IBM Beefs Up Identity Intelligence
 
Asana Revamps Mobile App
 
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New 'Backoff' Malware Slips Undetected into Retail Systems
'Malicious actors' are using a new variety of malware to access consumer payment data remotely through point-of-sale systems, according to a report from the Department of Homeland Security.
 
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Big Blue is betting big on identity intelligence. IBM just acquired a private firm with security software to govern user access to apps and data across cloud and on-premise environments.
 
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