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News Scan: My iOS 8 ate my iWork documents; Microsoft to skip Windows 9; more

All Settings' deleted all iWork documents stored in iCloud Drive on the iPhone and on iCloud.com. ...

Healthcare data may be the next big thing in Nashville

analyzes medical histories of entire population Giving patients' control of their data eases ...

LinkedIn pins its big data problems to Pinot

Naga's LinkedIn post Related Articles: LinkedIn groups for data lovers Big data sets you can use ...

5 hot new business apps: Microsoft changes name of Bing apps; 1Password could be data security game changer; more

 e-reader. It now makes use of the underutilized drop-down "Today" widget on the iPhone and lets ...

IoT, big data and the mother of all manufacturing revolutions

in her post in TechRepublic.   "Dependent upon real-time big data for driving and making decisions ...

Mobile payments to get bulk of $110B investment in payment tech, says Frost

on investment and positive feedback more than makes up for this," Georges notes. The development of mobile ...

Google unveils Drive for Education, free unlimited storage for students

in both helping education and securing future customers for itself. But make no mistake, everything ...

HealthMap vs. WHO: Who pegged ebola epidemic first?

health authorities and government officials. The problem is that this story isn't quite true: ...

Everything you need to know about Windows 10

The File Explorer app will now display recent files and frequently visited folders making it easier ...

House approves legislation protecting federal docs and email

The House has approved an important piece of legislation that makes it a crime to destroy federal documents and records, including email and other official communication. The Federal Records Accountability Act, introduced by U.S. Rep Mark Meadows, passed unanimously. The new law, H.R. 5170, also prohibits ...