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Salesforce's new analytics apps will be tailored for specific roles

The first to arrive is Sales Wave Analytics, targeting salespeople

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SAS automates data modeling for fast analysis

SAS Factory Miner can automate the buidling of data models and pick the best ones to predict the future

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Salesforce Marketing Cloud aims to blur the lines between marketing, sales and service

New updates enrich the software's tools for better cross-channel integration

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Dropbox for Business to get mobile management boost

Applications are on the way from partners including AirWatch and MobileIron

Twitter adds autoplaying videos

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Videos will play automatically in users' feeds, without sound, until they're tapped on

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From doughnuts to Dressgate: How real-time marketing helps brands stay relevant

Say goodbye to those leisurely campaigns of yore

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Alabama researcher devises a way to harness unused IoT power

The Aura system could generate income from unused computer cycles

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SAP steps up its IoT push with new Hana, analytics releases

SAP Cloud for Planning gets a new mobile app

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KakaoTalk users will get streaming video in chat rooms

South Korean users will be able to comment on live sports matches with KakaoTV

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IBM prepares Spark for machine learning

IBM has contributed SystemML language to the Spark community and will offer Spark as a Bluemix service

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Smartphone beacons power crowdsourced weather forecasts

Japan's Weathernews is giving out atmospheric sensors to improve its crowdsourced weather app

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Alibaba prepares to launch Netflix-like service in China

The service would be offered through smart TVs and set-top boxes running Alibaba software

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FCC says PayPal 'robocall' policy could break rules

FCC has told PayPal that it needs to take written permission from customers for telemarketing robocalls and robotexts

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Virginia teen pleads guilty to giving Islamic State help on bitcoin

Ali Shukri Amin, 17, used Twitter to link to an article on how to use bitcoin, according to U.S. officials

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Four challenges for Twitter's next CEO

Identity problems, slowing user growth and abuse, oh my!