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Adobe Document Cloud and Acrobat DC Now Available
Adobe announced the availability of its newest cloud offering, Adobe Document Cloud, a modern way to manage documents at home, in the office and across devices.
Hackers Using Old Tricks To Snare Victims in Their Cyber Traps
The report reveals that cyberattacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated, but that many criminals still rely on decades-old techniques such as phishing and hacking. 
Microsoft introduces Lumia 540 Dual SIM: crafted details and crisp, clear HD for under $150
Microsoft Corp. on unveiled the Lumia 540 Dual SIM, designed for young, ambitious people looking for their first serious smartphone.
RSA Survey Says Most Enterprises Not Prepared for Cyberattacks
Most organizations are not following incident response best practices and are not properly prepared to face the challenges of modern-day cyber threats.
Gartner Highlights Five Reasons Why a Modern Data Center Strategy Is Needed for the Digital World
As a new digital world emerges from the dual impact of the Nexus of Forces and the Internet of Things, the personality, structure and role of data centers will need to be changed or business agility and competitive strength will be compromised, according to Gartner, Inc.
Deceptive New Tactics Give Advanced Attackers Free Reign Over Corporate Networks
Symantec report reveals five out of six large companies were targeted in 2014, a 40 percent increase over the previous year
Twitter says it suspended 10,000 Islamic State-linked accounts in one day
Activists and experts who monitor the Twitter traffic of the Islamic State and its supporters noticed something odd last week when many accounts suddenly disappeared.
IBM and Partners to Transform Personal Health with Watson and Open Cloud
To dramatically advance the quality and effectiveness of personal healthcare, IBM is establishing a Watson Health Cloud that will provide a secure and open platform for physicians, researchers, insurers and companies focused on health and wellness solutions. 
Apple in talks with musicians for exclusive streaming deals: Bloomberg
Apple Inc has approached more than a dozen musicians, including British band Florence and the Machine, in an effort to sign exclusive deals for some of their music to be streamed on Beats, Bloomberg reported
Dropbox Teams With Microsoft To Allow Anyone To Edit Documents Online
Microsoft and Dropbox are expanding their already close partnership today with the reveal of a new integration that will now allow consumers to edit their Microsoft Office files, including Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents, in Dropbox using Office Online via the web.
Facebook Sued for Creating Facial Recognition Database
A lawsuit filed in a Chicago-area court earlier this month alleges that Facebook is violating Illinois law by using facial recognition technology to make it easier for users to connect with each other online.
Lenovo Introduces New Systems Management Software and Networking Solutions
Lenovo, the third-largest global x86 server hardware supplier, announced Lenovo XClarity, a simple, fast, secure, and automated systems management solution. 
FLIR Launches Versatile Wi-Fi Video Monitoring Camera
FLIR FX Enables Users to See the Day in a Minute With RapidRecap
Swiss Army Knife Maker Gearing Up for Smart Watch
Victorinox, the fabled Swiss company that manufactures the original Swiss Army knife, is planning to become the maker of a smart watch.
Singtel acquires Trustwave and strengthens its global cyber security capabilities
Singtel signed an agreement to acquire a 98% equity interest in US-based Trustwave, a leading specialist in managed security services. Trustwave Chairman and CEO, Robert J McCullen, will hold the balance 2% equity interest.
Obama Signs Order Creating Cyber Sanctions Program
President Barack Obama authorized a new U.S. government approach to deterring cyberattacks: financial sanctions against malicious overseas hackers and companies that knowingly benefit from the fruits of cyberespionage.
Sony to further boost production of imaging sensors
Sony said it would spend an extra 45 billion yen ($376 million) in the fiscal year that started this month to further boost output of imaging sensors, increasing its focus on a business that has become one of its strongest as its TV and mobile operations struggle.
The Star Wars Digital Movie Collection Arrives on Xbox
It’s almost time to revisit that galaxy far, far away: Disney, Lucasfilm, and Twentieth Century Fox have just announced the availability of the Star Wars Digital Movie Collection – all six epic Star Wars films for the first time on Digital HD, and with all new never-before-seen bonus material.
Alibaba-backed ShopRunner gains momentum, eyes China
ShopRunner Inc, the e-commerce startup backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd that styles itself in some ways as the anti-Amazon, more than doubled its users over the past year and hopes to do so again in 2015, Shoprunner's chief executive said in an interview.
Salesforce Acquires Mobile Authentication Firm Toopher
CRM giant Salesforce has acquired a mobile two-factor authentication developer that leverages location-awareness as part of its secret sauce.