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Wearables fashion show brings together tech, design

presence of wearables at the office has already begun, and is only set to take off more in the coming months and years.  Take a look at a few more of the wearables featured at the show:  This model wore ...

News Scan: Bitcoin is cybercrime currency of choice; CIOs want to embrace innovation, but lack budgets to do so; More

that botnet renting through services lie SkyShare has become a reality," the firm noted. (Read more ...

News Scan: Mobile marketers are clueless; Are mobile apps dead?; more

to have its own app and for everyone to download all of them," she writes. Read more. [More on mobile ...

Tech giants aside, Silicon Valley ranks high for female execs, says new study

firms with 10 or more employees and C-suite, president or vice president positions. The company ...

BYOD hits AT&T in the pocket; Facebook launches Rooms app;

(@RodByfieldCIO) October 24, 2014 New app SheRides! New Cab Service Uses All Female Drivers http://t.co/x2YA5JglVX via @fabfitfun — Lisa Davis (@LisaDavisCIO) October 24, 2014 Smart use cases for smart glasses in security services @Fraunhofer_FIT @DigitalCologne #wearables pic.twitter.com/YcQBD4Q8tP — Deloitte CIO ...

Infographic: To attract millennials, banks and retailers need to go mobile

using a banking app, and close to half of respondents want their bank to have more mobile imaging ...

Wearables in the Workplace: Workers worry about security, but see productivity benefits

Workers are concerned about the security and privacy implications of wearable technology, but believe that wearables will make them more efficient and productive at work, according to a study ...

Landing top IT talent; Microsoft exec opens up;

evoked by the closing of our Silicon Valley lab." >> Microsoft exec opens up about lab ...

Google extends its two-factor authentication support with physical USB keys

that are either received via text message or generated with a mobile app. Called "Security Key" ...

Bitcasa ditches unlimited cloud storage offering, cites abuse

usage policy. As it is, Bitcasa says that only a small proportion of customers actually use more than 1TB of data. Specifically, a mere 0.5 percent of accounts use more than 1TB, and less than 0.1 percent use more than 10TB. "While our Infinite offering was one of our early value propositions, we have ...