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MicroStrategy to focus on customers, not 'PowerPoint slides,' at conference

CIOs from Facebook and Gucci are among more than 50 Microstrategy BI customers set to speak

New software tools help developers create Bitcoin-friendly Android apps

A new SDK lets Android developers easily accept Bitcoin payments in their apps

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Overstock.com now accepts Bitcoin for online purchases

The e-tailer is the biggest name to embrace the digital crypto-currency yet.

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Kanye West sics lawyers on Coinye -- a digital currency he inspired

Attorneys send a cease and desist letter, alleging copyright infringement

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SaaS predictions for 2014

News of hybrid SaaS, PaaS and happier customers is all on tap

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Wall Street Beat: Economic growth, software news and BlackBerry deal boost tech stocks

Oracle results offered some bright spots, and BlackBerry's step away from hardware cheers investors

Bitcoin: The virtual currency built on math, hope and hype

Bitcoin's sharp rise in value this year has many questioning whether the virtual currency is sustainable in the long term.

China's largest bitcoin exchange forced to stop accepting deposits

China has been clamping down on the currency, and has banned banks from trading with it

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Wrike tunes its social project management tool for large teams

Wrike Enterprise is designed to give managers greater visibility and control over complex projects with many participants

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Data discovery to become main focus of BI vendors, Gartner says

Half of all BI (business intelligence) implementations will incorporate machine data streams by 2017, according to a new report

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Online lingerie seller claims JDA software didn't provide even the bare necessities

Mergers and acquisitions can have an impact on deals based on product road maps, analyst says

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HP hits restart on 'converged systems,' takes aim at vBlock

HP is taking another stab at converged systems that it says are more tightly integrated, allowing customers to purchase and deploy them in 20 days.

Sneaky software turns your PC into a Bitcoin-mining zombie -- and owns up to it in the EULA

What's more brazen than a toolbar sucking up your system resources to mine for Bitcoins? A toolbar that announces its plans to hog your CPU in its terms of service agreement.