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Apple-IBM Partnership Sprouts Latest Set Of Apps At Mobile World Congress

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Man holding tablet. When Apple and IBM announced a partnership last year, more than a few jaws dropped, but the two have been working together to create a new wave of enterprise-friendly apps — and announced the latest round to come out of the affiliation today at Mobile World Congress.

Silent Circle Outs Blackphone 2, Blackphone+ Tablet As It Zeroes In On Enterprise Security

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blackphone2 A sequel to last year’s pro-privacy Android smartphone Blackphone has just been announced, here at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, along with a tablet device, called Blackphone+. Read More

Two Semiconductor Companies You Haven’t Heard Of Are Merging In A $40B Deal

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tech-ipo What is worth $40 billion, and isn’t Uber? The union of NXP Semiconductors, and Freescale Semiconductor.

Two Semiconductor Companies You Haven’t Heard Of Are Merging In A $40B Deal

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tech-ipo What is worth $40 billion, and isn’t Uber? The union of NXP Semiconductors, and Freescale Semiconductor.

Who Wins The Battle of The Disrupted Tech Giants: HP Or IBM?

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Two big football players wrestling for position. It’s been a rough several years for the once-mighty technology behemoths, HP and IBM, and while each has the cash and resources to chug along for years to come, both companies have struggled to find a foothold in a fast-changing market.

With $50M Boost, Silent Circle Aims Blackphone At Enterprise Security

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Blackphone Encrypted comms company Silent Circle, one half of the SGP Technologies joint venture behind the pro-privacy Android smartphone Blackphone, has just announced it’s reached an agreement to buy out its hardware partner, Spanish smartphone maker Geeksphone.

Box’s Latest Vertical Package Focuses On Financial Services

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Wall Street Bull Box has a plan to keep growing and it involves building vertical pillars on top of the base Box platform and APIs. To that end, Box announced a new financial services vertical today with a set of tools and technologies geared specifically to firms in the financial services industry.

Samsung Filed The Most Patents In Europe In 2014, U.S. Led The Field By Country

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4661050938_1f40e33d08_b While IBM is number-one when it comes to the number of patents filed in the U.S., in Europe, Samsung is leading the pack. Today, the European Patent Office released 2014 figures for patents filed in the region, which showed that the Korean company, and currently the world’s largest smartphone maker, filed 2,541 for the full year. In terms of countries, the U.S.

Google Makes A Push For The Mobile Enterprise Market With Launch Of Android For Work

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android-work At a small press event in San Francisco today, Google officially launched Android for Work, a set of technologies that makes it easier for companies to adopt Android and allows their users to bring their own devices to work.

Target Says Credit Card Data Breach Cost It $162M In 2013-14

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Target When it comes to data breaches, retailers are one of the biggest targets these days, and today we have some detail on the costs around one of the more high-profile attacks. Target today said that it has booked $162 million in expenses across 2013 and 2014 related to its data breach, in which hackers broke into the company’s network to access credit card information and…

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