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Exclusive: First tablet with Intel's Broadwell thinner than iPad Air
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Upset there's been no iWatch from Apple at WWDC? Here you go...
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The Next Generation of Big Data
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Q&A: The state of Android wearables and HTC's dual-lens camera
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Hands-on: Acer's Liquid Leap wearable fitness tracker
Acer is aiming to gain a foothold in the nascent wearables market by launching the Liquid Leap, a fitness tracker that monitors calories burned, steps taken, distance and gives notifications about incoming calls and text messages on its 1-inch tou... Read More

Apple's coolest announcements at WWDC 2014
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9 new iOS features from Apple's WWDC that Android already had
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A first: Microsoft pulls in more from enterprise collaboration than Cisco
Strength in social networking sales helps Microsoft; weaker telepresence, voice sales hurt Cisco. Read More

Cook jabs at Windows, Android in WWDC keynote
Plays to partisan crowd, but leaves as much out as in when he compares apples and oranges Read More

Inside an attack by the Syrian Electronic Army
The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has become a bit of a name brand as far as low-level hacking groups are concerned. Their methods are simple, but effective. They spend most of their energy on propaganda and self-promotion, but lately they've taken to targeting media organizations (or the people associated with them), and IDG Enterprise is no exception. Through internal communications during the attack, my investigation into the incident, and other sources of data, here's a first-hand view of what it's like to be in the middle of a security incident, from a known attacker, and avoid major problems.Just another day on the job: It was a typical Monday in May at CSO. However, elsewhere within IDG Enterprise, a story was about to hit the wires that could cause some issues. Ira Winkler, a known security expert and President of Secure Mentem, was about to have an editorial published on Computerworld, which focused largely on the SEA.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

15 more weird things in the Internet of Things
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