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Mandrill warns attack may have exposed some data about email

The transactional email service said it doesn't believe data was stolen

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Salesforce App for Outlook brings CRM data to the inbox

Now in beta, the app is available for free with a subscription to Salesforce Enterprise Edition or higher

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OneDrive finally stores your MP3s and plays them back via Xbox Music

Storing your music in the cloud is a convenience Microsoft should have offered long ago. Now it does.

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Google Cloud and a Chromebook might be your next contact center

Avaya and Google have joined hands to help mid-sized companies give customer service

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Ellison swings at Salesforce as Oracle's growth sputters

A mixed Q3 earnings report was buoyed by strong cloud revenues

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Facebook brings payments to Messenger app

Users can link their debit card and send money through the app, which Facebook makes users use for person-to-person chatting.

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Twitter adds tool to report tweets to the police

The tool gives users an emailed summary report they can forward to law enforcement.

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Dropbox for Business gets two new collaboration tools

Users can now comment on shared files and keep Microsoft Office documents synchronized more easily

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S. Korea probes Uber employees for breaking transport laws

Up to 17 people, including the head of Uber's operation in the country, are under investigation

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Unify adds connectors, features, Android app to its unified comms service Circuit

Since its demo at last year's Cebit, Circuit has become a real service, changed its name and picked up some paying customers

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Home air quality sensor stores data in the cloud

The $200 sensor can help monitor PM2.5 particles, which have been linked to disease

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Online mall Rakuten to accept bitcoin in US, Germany

Rakuten hasn't decided yet on integrating bitcoin into its large Japanese site

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What, me worry? Despite Snowden leaks, Americans' use of the 'Net largely unchanged

In light of broad government snooping, many people aren't even aware of privacy tools like Tor or encryption