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China again blames US for disrupted cybersecurity talks

A top Chinese official said the country does not tolerate hacking

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Is your Ethernet fast enough? Four new speeds are in the works

Cloud providers, carriers and fast Wi-Fi users are all looking for fatter pipes

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Dropbox used for convincing phishing attack

Dropbox was quick to remove the bogus login page, Symantec said

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IBM 'major announcement' points to deal on chip manufacturing

IBM issues media advisory, raising the possibility that it has struck a deal with GlobalFoundries

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Revolutionize Disaster Recovery with DevOps Tools

Here's how the DevOps movement can help you get back on your feet.

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Report: Microsoft is about to jump into the smartwatch fray

Forbes says that Microsoft will introduce its own smartwatch "within weeks."

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Snapchat begins serving up in-app ads

Hey—a company's gotta make money somehow.

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Vietnam-based Viettel enters East African market

Operator is expected to use Tanzania as a path for further investment in Africa.

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Tor-based anonymizing router gets pulled from Kickstarter for rules violations

Kickstarter alleges that the Anonabox project's creator misled contributors, thus breaking the crowdfunding service's rules.

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Small Teams, Big Deployments

These companies fearlessly found solutions to major data problems, all the while keeping their staff size lean and efficient.

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LG G Watch R: My first 12 hours with the best-looking Android Wear watch of all

Shipping in early November, the G Watch R evokes a traditional sports chronograph, complete with a circular display and watch faces with digital complications.

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Spoiler Alert review: This game starts at the end and goes backward from there

This platformer's neither polished nor long enough to warrant your attention, despite the cute concept.

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Obama orders chip-and-PIN in government credit cards

The move could push retailers and banks to better secure their own cards and systems

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Apple SIM has great potential, but widespread changes will take time

The new Apple SIM lets iPad users choose between data plans from different operators just by touching the screen.

Snapchat rolling out non-'creepy' ads that still might get creepy

Snapchat has a fair amount of data that could be used to target its ads. Will the company use it?