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5 hot new business apps: Google and Android hit the 'books; Microsoft looking for mobile gold with Minecraft; more

The first batch of Android apps for Chromebook, which the company promised at their latest Google I/O, were made available Sept. 11, according to the company's blog. Among the releases are Duolingo, a gamified language tutor; Evernote, the old productivity stalwart; Sight Words, "a ...

Microsoft looks to tap into mobile workers' need for physical keyboard

review Related Articles: Mobile apps for Microsoft's ERP platform Microsoft, Samsung sour on Android ...

IBM unveils Watson Analytics, offers freemium

be relevant and how to tell the story in a report or diagram. Watson Analytics automates these steps ...

Dice study reveals fastest-growing IT skills

for cybersecurity skills. "It's no surprise that two of the top 10 skills on the list (#9 information ...

News Scan: Don't use big data to discriminate, says FTC; Pay cuts at IBM for deficient tech pros; More

total to focus on training and development. Selected employees will see a 10 percent salary reduction ...

Russian parliament plans for Bitcoin ban

countries, the move is seen as a preemptive deterrent. Moiseev said the government is currently reviewing ...

Would you like a pumpkin spice latte with that fraudulent tax return?

refunds Identity theft ring steals $10M in federal tax returns Canadian tax agency, British parenting site ...

The NeatConnect desktop scanner offers built-in support for cloud services

of a scan. Digitized pages can be reviewed, and individual pages can be discarded or individually rotated ...

Gartner: Enterprises turning to security services for data protection, security risk management

offerings. In addition, the market research firm predicts that by next year, around 10 percent of overall  IT ...

Brocade acquires alternative to deep packet inspection for MNOs

For more:- see the  Vistapointe Network Intelligence  document (.pdf) Related stories: Brocade's Tom ...