Stephen LawsonSenior U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service

Stephen Lawson covers mobile, storage, and networking technologies for the IDG News Service, and is based in San Francisco.

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IoT will stump IT until clouds and big data come aboard, EMC says

The company says the Internet of Things is the best case for its collection of tools

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Run your own cloud storage for less, EMC says

The company is launching its Elastic Cloud Storage Appliance, formerly Project Nile, at EMC World

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EMC acquires flash storage startup DSSD

The Silicon Vally company is developing new technology for server-based flash

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EMC heads back to the high-stakes software table

Software initiatives are likely to be a big part of EMC World this week

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Wearables offer hazy hope for mobile chip growth

As smartphone and tablet growth slows, watches and other devices have room to grow, an analyst says

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EMC's Project Liberty could free storage software from hardware

The company will demonstrate the emerging technology at EMC World next week

Florida commuter's illegal jammer blocked more than cell talkers

The man allegedly used a cellphone jammer in his car for as long as two years.

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Under fire over net neutrality plans, FCC seeks early feedback

The agency set up an email box for reactions to a plan that hasn't been formally released

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Unruffled by surveillance language, US praises NETmundial conference

Officials say the US agrees with the global Internet meeting's views on surveillance

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US wireless users may get to share military spectrum

The FCC says military radar stations can share the spectrum with licensed and other users

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Ex-FCC commissioner to head CTIA in latest Washington shuffle

Meredith Attwell Baker, a onetime Obama appointee, will now run the mobile industry group

AT&T: Phone buyers are hanging up on subsidies

Almost 3 million people picked the installment plan in the first quarter, according to the carrier's quarterly results.

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Violin and Microsoft play a duet to speed up applications

The storage vendor put Windows Storage Server in its flash array for enterprises

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Super-high frequencies could one day deliver your mobile video

Researchers are meeting in New York this week to talk about millimeter-wave cellular networks

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IT security is national security—but you're not alone

Managing the danger of cyberattacks has to involve all parts of an enterprise, speakers tell a Kaspersky conference