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Amazon Fire TV announcement April 2 2014

Amazon, AT&T, Snapchat rated among the least trustworthy with data, EFF finds

The companies ranked poorly in a report by the Electronic Frontier Foundation that measured how government data requests are handled.

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Lenovo plans new cloud offerings for mobile devices, data centers

Lenovo's Stoneware unit is planning to add off-premises, hosted application services to its cloud portfolio

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PowWow customizes desktop, Web apps for tablets and smartphones

The company's platform costs $25 per month and user

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IBM adds OpenStack to its cloud marketplace

IBM's OpenStack distribution can run on x86 servers and Systems z mainframes

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Dropbox plays nicer with Web apps

The cloud storage company added webhooks technology for better communication with servers

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Target, The Gap and others form group to share cyberthreat data

A range of retailers will share cyberthreat data through a new center to prevent attacks

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Red Hat dismisses claim of OpenStack favoritism

Contrary to a news report, Red Hat said it supports RHEL customers regardless of their OpenStack supplier

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For entry-level tech jobs, hiring managers care about passion for IT more than a diploma

College graduates don't need to be employed to become involved with the tech industry

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Amazon brings cloud monitoring tool to Europe

The expansion allows collected log files to be stored locally

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Judge throws out New York's request for data on Airbnb

The judge called the subpoena overly broad

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Google under antitrust investigation in India over AdWords

Google is already under investigation in other antitrust cases before the Competition Commission of India

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SAP cutting unspecified number of jobs in workforce restructuring

SAP will ultimately add more jobs by the end of this year, according to a spokesman

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Salesforce.com ties Force.com to Heroku for richer app development

Customers won't need 'ninja developers' anymore to create powerful new types of applications, a Salesforce executive says