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CIO-CMO marriage: So happy together?; Social Security Admin. drops $300M on claims software that isn't finished; More

25, 2014 And Finally...  Special case gives your iPhone heat vision (Mashable) ...

News Scan: Good beefs up mobility platform; Movius raises $13M to serve more BYOD users; more

source consulted by Re/code says. The companies declined to comment on the story. Read more [More ...

Does your M2M solution work? The AT&T Foundry can help find out

in radio frequency technologies, circuit board design, firmware development, chassis and housing design ...

Will Apple's alliance with IBM save the iPad?

[.pdf]- read the CRN story- check out the Reuters report- see the IDC release- check out the Apple-IBM ...

Spotlight: Apple says iPhone 'backdoors' are diagnostic services

Apple is defending the undocumented services resident on iOS devices, which security researcher Jonathan Zdziarski says can be used as a backdoor to sensitive data, as a diagnostic tool for enterprise IT departments, developers and AppleCare service perso ...

Moible-ad buyout frenzy; Used iPhone sales good for Apple;

7 years after the iPhone was launched, 70% of US population is using smartphones. @asymco ...

Nokia handset business: Microsoft's loss is Nokia's gain

stresses mobile, cloud initiatives at WPC following reports of massive layoffs   HP, Microsoft, Intel team ...

Ponemon: One third of security professionals never talk with executives

as they were designed. If this were a political survey, and a pollster were to ask 609 citizens of a New ...

Spotlight: They're not really 'back doors' if Apple gives them brass knockers

and formal addresses, I'm sure every iPhone and iPad user feels safer now. Read more:   Apple Confirms ...

Google faces privacy suit in California; IBM rethinks computer design; More

Age) IBM is also looking ahead at a world in which computer chips don't have silicon. >> IBM rethinking decades-old computer design wit $3 billion investment (InfoWorld) Social Scan:  84% of CIOs say ...