Here are some examples of creative ways traditional BPM is now being used.
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In January Amazon launched its AutoRip service, which saw every music CD purchase accompanied by the 256Kbps MP3 versions
Google’s Quickoffice now offers the ability for Android and iPhone users to edit Microsoft Office files on their devices.
New cybersecurity framework, to be created per a February Obama administration executive order, likely will draw heavily from existing cybersecurity
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FTC contest winners have new ideas on to how to identify and block illegal spam calls to landlines and cellphones.<br
Mozilla announced that it is working with Samsung to deliver a new advanced browser based on a new programming language
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You can usually tell when someone is wearing a hearing aid by the device sat behind one or both
Compuware announced a new, free mobile application monitoring service.
The deal will give the networking giant greater capabilities in small cells, which helps mobile carriers improve service to smartphones
The idea of multiple parallel universes is an age old science fiction trope. Maybe it’s so common in literature
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IBM’s PureSystems celebrates its first birthday April 11. A year ago, IBM officials announced what they said was a major
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