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IBM to pump $3 billion into new IoT business unit

The IBM IoT Cloud Open Platform could ingest and analyze Internet of Things data for enterprises

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US trade body to investigate Apple after Ericsson complaints

The case is part of a growing spat between the two companies on LTE patents

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West Africa nations tackle e-governance

A number of projects in West African countries are helping to cut down on bureaucracy and paperwork

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Abolish geoblocking? Not so fast, says EU digital Commissioner

The EU needs to pay attention to the interests of the film industry, Commissioner Oettinger said

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Bitcoin in China still chugging along, a year after clampdown

Local bitcoin exchange BTC China is thriving from speculative interest in the cryptocurrency

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, March 30

Pebble Time breaks Kickstarter record... Tim Cook speaks out on discrimination... Intel is said to be considering Altera buy

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India backs open source software for e-governance projects

The country had previously not taken a definite stand in favor of either open source or proprietary software

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FCC will vote next month on plan to share valuable 3.5GHz spectrum

Carriers and consumers would get access to a fat frequency band used mostly by government today

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Kleiner Perkins cleared of sex discrimination against Ellen Pao

The jury found against her on almost all counts, though one remains.

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French self-driving car goes for a spin around Paris monument

Valeo and Safran expect self-driving cars on the roads by 2020, but on the way they must navigate stop lights, pedestrians ... and cannons.

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Google to bring imaging, sensor technology to the operating room

Google is providing sensor and software technology, not its robotics work

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Slack hacked, compromising users' profile data

Slack has added two-factor authentication as a response.

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Congress moves quickly on cyberthreat information sharing

A House committee approves a second bill, despite concerns about consumer privacy