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IBM announced an agreement to acquire Star Analytics, a maker of self-service business analytics software.
Google’s highly anticipated networked glasses now await FCC approval.
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Oracle loses appeal to end Hewlett-Packard’s lawsuit tied to Itanium server support.
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Sony UK has just announced that anyone who pre-orders an Xperia Z smartphone will receive a pretty awesome freebie:
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China is again being blamed, but security experts criticize the lack of evidence, call on the media outlets to release
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