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AMD will integrate ARM processors in its 2013 x86 APUs

Cloud Server Security Software Startup CloudPassage Raises $14M From Benchmark And Others

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CloudPassage, the developer of cloud server security software, has raised $14 million in series B financing led by Tenaya Capital with Benchmark Capital and Musea Ventures participating in the round. This brings CloudPassage’s total funding to $20.5 million. CloudPassage offers a server security and compliance product specifically built for elastic,...
Cloud Server Security Software Startup CloudPassage Raises $14M From Benchmark And Others

You’ve lost or had your mobile phone stolen on holiday, now what?

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Hopefully you’ve never experienced that sinking feeling the moment you realize that you’ve either lost or had your mobile device stolen. This situation alone can be enough to paralyze some, but if it happens while you’re away from home on unfamiliar territory, it’s even worse. For all the love, joy,...
You’ve lost or had your mobile phone stolen on holiday, now what?

AT&T and IBM team up for private enterprise cloud service

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Wireless operator AT&T and IBM announced on Tuesday a partnership to build a cloud service using on private networks instead of the Internet. The join venture combines AT&T’s virtual private networking technology and IBM’s SmartCloud Enterprise+ product. The service is set to arrive next year and is specifically built for...
AT&T and IBM team up for private enterprise cloud service

Baidu Launches English-language Antivirus Software

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Chinese Internet search giant Baidu launched a free Windows security suite today, in the company's latest effort to crack foreign markets. Will international customers use antivirus software from a Chinese company? China-based Internet powerhouse Baidu is betting they will--the company's new English-language Baidu Antivirus 2013 launched today. The free...
Baidu Launches English-language Antivirus Software
Apple attempts to quell BYOD fears with iOS guidelines

Intel officially launches 22nm Ivy Bridge processors, will likely add improved A/V, USB 3.0, more to future Macs

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After months of talking about its features, Intel officially launches its new Ivy Bridge processor today. As we previously reported, this processor is undoubtedly headed to the next line of Macs and will help provide some significant feature updates. The processor is a 22-nanometer 3D transistor chip which will be mor...
Intel officially launches 22nm Ivy Bridge processors, will likely add improved A/V, USB 3.0, more to future Macs
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