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Samsung Canada launches Solve for Tomorrow Education Challenge with $500000 in Classroom Technology to be Awarded
With Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) skills critical for careers of tomorrow, new research commissioned by Samsung Canada and led by The Learning Partnership confirmed that school leaders, teachers, parents/guardians and students across Canada are ready to embrace new technologies in the classroom.
Apple Brings Apple Music, iTunes Movies & iBooks to Customers in China
Apple Music combines an extensive and diverse music library with the knowledge of world-class music experts who have programmed playlists and radio stations just for you.
Rogers, partners rebrand digital magazine service as Texture by Next Issue
Rogers Media and its partners are updating their digital magazine service, which is being renamed Texture by Next Issue.
Linux-Based Botnet Hits Servers with Powerful DDoS Attacks
A nasty new Trojan is building botnets out of Linux machines to launch distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, according to security company Akamai Technologies.
Intel Commits to Mitigating Automotive Cybersecurity Risks
Establishes Automotive Security Review Board; Unveils Automotive Cybersecurity Best Practices
Microsoft Azure delivers market-leading innovations
AzureCon, Microsoft Corp. is announcing new solutions spanning containers, security, infrastructure and the Internet of Things (IoT) that enable organizations of all sizes to transform their business in today’s mobile-first, cloud-first world.
Facebook Suffers Global Outage For 30 Minutes
Facebook, the world's biggest social network, went offline on Thursday morning for about 30 minutes in what appears to have been a brief global outage.
Apple Announces Record iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus Sales
Apple announced it has sold more than 13 million new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus models, a new record, just three days after launch.
Uh Oh! North America Runs Out of Internet Addresses
It’s the end of an era, even if it isn’t exactly the end of the Internet.
Gartner Says Healthcare Providers in India to Spend US $1.2 Billion on IT in 2015
Health care providers in India are expected to spend $1.2 billion US Dollars (USD) on IT products and services in 2015, an increase of 7 percent over 2014, according to Gartner, Inc.
UK conference helps VARs and MSPs build a bigger, better and stronger business
VARs and MSPs flocked to the recent VARTrends event in Milton Keynes to find the best way to grow their business successfully in the future.
Mozilla Adds Instant Messaging to Firefox Hello
Mozilla has given users another reason to consider its Firefox Web browser -- the latest update adds instant text messaging capabilities to Firefox Hello, the desktop VoIP client it introduced last fall
IBM Helps Make Bring Your Own Cloud Apps Safe for Work
One-third of Fortune 1000 Employees Share Sensitive Company Data with Third-Party Apps;
Major Skype Outage Hits Users Worldwide
Service problems affected a large number of Skype users around the world earlier today, but the company said it has identified the cause of the outage and is now rectifying the issue.
Microsoft and Salesforce Strengthen Strategic Partnership at Dreamforce 2015
Industry leaders deliver new joint solutions and unveil plans for deeper integrations
Gartner Survey Shows More Than 75 Percent of Companies Are Investing or Planning to Invest in Big Data in the Next Two Years
Skills, Governance, Funding and ROI Challenges Set to Increase
Microsoft Names Brad Smith President and Chief Legal Officer
Microsoft has given longtime executive Brad Smith (pictured) the title of president, as the company continues its transition to a new generation of leadership.
Qualcomm Introduces Next-Generation Fast Charging Technology with Quick Charge 3.0
Latest evolution of quick charging technology is anticipated to be available with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and in mobile devices next year
IBM Helps Automakers Build Internet of Things Connected Vehicles
Continental Teams with IBM to Help Drivers Anticipate the Road Ahead
Xerox Launches Printed Memory Products to Combat Counterfeiting
 To help businesses and government better secure products as they are distributed, Xerox introduced two printed electronic labels (also known as “printed memory”) that can collect and store information about the authenticity and condition of products.