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Microsoft delays launch of its Xbox One console in China
Microsoft Corp has delayed the launch of its Xbox One game console in China, which had been set for release on Tuesday, but the world's biggest software company said it would be released by the end of the year.
Gartner Says CIOs Must Actively Engage in Opportunities to Influence IT Decisions in Business Budgets
CIOs must work with business executives and the CFO to ensure that the critical contribution of IT is incorporated early in the strategic planning and budget planning processes. 
Logitech Harmony Extends Its Expertise in Controlling the Living Room to the Entire Home
New Harmony Living Home Lineup Sits at the Center of Your Smart Home
Red Hat $82M FeedHenry Buy Boosts Mobile App Platform
The enterprise mobile application platform provider essentially makes it possible for Red Hat to support mobile application development in public and private environments.
Telus says it got 103,500 official requests for customer information last year
Telus Corp.'s first "transparency" report reveals that the Vancouver-based telecom company received about 103,500 official requests for information about its customers last year.
Chinese Vendors Will Drive Growth of White-Box Smartphones and Tablets Through 2015
Demand for affordable connected devices, mostly from emerging markets, is continuing to drive strong sales of white-box smartphones and tablets in 2014.
IBM Introduces Powerful Analytics for Everyone
Making its biggest announcement in a decade as leader in analytics,  IBM announced Watson Analytics, a breakthrough natural language-based cognitive service that can provide instant access to powerful predictive and visual analytic tools for businesses
German brothers to make billions from Rocket e-commerce empire
Oliver Samwer and his brothers Marc and Alexander are on the brink of becoming Germany's newest billionaires with the flotations of Rocket Internet and the European online fashion site Zalando it helped launch in 2008.
Minecraft to join Microsoft
Microsoft Corp. announced it has reached an agreement to acquire Mojang, the celebrated Stockholm-based game developer, and the company’s iconic “Minecraft” franchise.
Texting? This Sidewalk Is Not for You
As the issue of cell phones and distracted driving grows more divisive in many countries, a city in China has created a tongue-in-cheek way of discouraging distracted walking.
Gartner Says More than 75 Percent of Mobile Applications will Fail Basic Security Tests Through 2015
Enterprise employees download from app stores and use mobile applications that can access enterprise assets or perform business functions, and these applications have little or no security assurances.
5 Million Gmail Usernames, Passwords Stolen
Nearly five million usernames and passwords associated with Google Gmail accounts were hacked and leaked on a Russian Bitcoin security forum.
Lenovo Serves Up Fresh Thinking with Next Generation Enterprise Server Portfolio
Lenovo announced its next-generation enterprise-class server portfolio
Autotask (PSA) Acquires CentraStage (RMM)
So you go into a restaurant and the waiter hands you a menu with 20 items.
Quebecor activates next-generation network, mum on expansion plan
Quebecor Inc said it activated its next-generation wireless network, part of its broader push to bridge the technological and market share gap with its more dominant telecom competitors in Québec.
RSA Turns the Table on Cyber Attackers
Real-time detection of emerging and targeted threats without a reliance on signatures, resulting in faster time to mitigation.
Microsoft Azure Media Services adds new cloud-first live streaming, content protection and indexing services
Microsoft Corp. announced new cloud-first media services, including HD-quality live streaming that supports today’s most popular devices and platforms, end-to-end content protection capabilities, and a new service that simplifies the indexing of audio and video content and makes it easier to search.
Intel annouces availability of Intel Edison and 2nd Generation LTE Modem Platforms
Intel Corporation CEO Brian Krzanich kicked off Intel's annual technical conference with a broad set of computing initiatives and projects showing how the company is moving quickly to enable new market segments where everything is smart and connected.
Gartner Says a Typical Family Home Could Contain More Than 500 Smart Devices by 2022
Smart Homes to Offer Numerous Innovative Digital Business Opportunities
Eleventh-Hour Apple Rumors Churn As Anticipation Builds
Apple will roll out new products at a Tuesday event that will change the story from speculation to analysis in an instant.
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