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IBM has authorized Ingram Micro and Tech Data to sell IBM Power Systems and storage products as it chases a
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Proposed legislation seeks to end felony charges related to ‘unauthorized access,’ but legal experts say bigger fixes are needed.<br style="clear:
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ObjectRocket announced a new Database-as-a-Service offering based on MongoDB
Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 platform might win support of two more hardware makers.
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