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Samsung plots Galaxy S6 price cut, new phones to help business

The major South Korean electronics maker continues to be hit by fierce smartphone competition

As Windows 10 launches, Microsoft pushes for enterprise adoption

Analysts are optimistic about the new operating system's chances but caution that deployments will take time


Zuckerberg: Video today, virtual reality tomorrow

The Facebook CEO seems set on virtual reality as the next medium for sharing content

Google wants order in uncontrolled airspace so its Wing drones can fly

The head of Google's Wing drone delivery project outlined his vision for getting off the ground

The US Navy is 3D-printing custom drones on its ships

Designs for custom missions can be emailed to ships

Adobe's new Digital Publishing suite puts the focus on mobile content

No code is necessary to develop branded apps, the company says

Facebook revenue surges 39 percent but costs also soar

Profit shrunk as costs went up by more than 80 percent

Symantec: Well-heeled hacking group Black Vine behind Anthem breach

Black Vine has been active since 2012 and is behind several hacks targeting different industries.

IBM aims new IoT community site at developers

The DeveloperWorks Recipes forum will offer technical tutorials on connecting remote devices to back-end cloud systems

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Microsoft delivers Windows 10 .iso files, free eval of Enterprise edition

Microsoft has offered customers disk image files for clean installs of and upgrades to Windows 10; the move also gives corporate users a way to try the enterprise-grade edition for 90 days free of charge.

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Apple releases the third public beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan

If you're in the beta program, it's time to update.

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Windows 10 launches with its fair share of bugs

Any particular issues that you're seeing with Windows 10? Some have complained about Store downloads, even a cut and paste bug.

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This new 3D XPoint memory could last forever

Intel and Micron may be touting their new 3D XPoint memory as the first new class of memory since 1989, but it bears a remarkable resemblance to another memory that's been around for years. That said, 3D XPoint is in a league of its...

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Americas are just 2 weeks away from running out of IPv4 addresses

John Curran, CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), told attendees at the Campus Technology conference in Boston Wednesday that the IP address authority's pool of IPv4 addresses has dwindled to about 90,000 and will...

Trade groups tell Congress to keep its hands off IoT

They say self regulation on security and privacy is a better alternative than goverment intervention

Yahoo unveils app for texting with silent video

Livetext is another attempt by Yahoo to provide a messaging app that resonates with users

HTC to reveal Vive final design and controller details in October

The company plans to release its virtual reality headset by the end of the year, an executive says

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How should the U.S. respond to state-sponsored cyberattacks?

A new poll suggests the general public views the growing threats from nation-states as significant, but they may be off base in terms of their prescriptions for how to respond.

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IT hears the siren call of free Windows 10 upgrades

Even enterprise IT professionals are taken with Microsoft's free upgrade offer to Windows 10, according to a recently-released survey by Spiceworks.

Maliciously crafted MKV video files can be used to crash Android phones

Researchers discovered a vulnerability in Android's mediaserver component that can be exploited by malicious apps and websites

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