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Twitter shares fall as user growth stalls

Twitter's stock price fell after it reported weak user growth in its Monday earnings report

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For big raises in IT, look to mobile, security, big data

More women will enter the technology workforce in the coming years as they use IT jobs to land business positions, a report said

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Neural networks draw on context to improve machine translations

Dutch researchers have improved the output of a statistical machine translation system by examining the context in which words are found

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Oracle says state wanted to take 'unacceptable risk' with health care website transition

It's the latest twist in the ugly public battle between Oregon and the vendor over a failed Obamacare software project

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Facebook hopes to get people talking -- using whatever name -- with Rooms app

People also do not need a Facebook account

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Amazon Web Services opens German location to ease privacy concerns

A second location in Europe will also help improve reliability

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Microsoft to discontinue free Xbox Music streaming

Microsoft said it would emphasize its music purchase and subscription service

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Xiaomi moving data outside China following privacy concerns

The data migration will help Xiaomi improve load times for its international services

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Government regulation on cloud security may spur SaaS use in health care

The SaaS industry can also help increase adoption by designing products with better user interfaces

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IBM and Microsoft pledge to make their clouds compatible

IBM will support Microsoft technologies, and vice versa, in each other's respective cloud

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Lufthansa leaves the computing to IBM

The German airline is selling its IT services business to IBM in an outsourcing deal that could save it €70 million annually

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Amazon takes aim at Microsoft's Active Directory with new service

The AWS Directory Service costs from $36.50 per month

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Yahoo squeezes out some growth

The company's mobile revenue was material enough to report for the first time, the company said