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Skype celebrates its tenth anniversary of free video calling by adding free group video calls to its mobile apps (a feature already available on Skype for desktop). Eager Skypers can sign up to get it earlier.
Small businesses that use Kronos workforce-management software will soon be able to tap familiar Google tools in their HR efforts thanks to a new integration project.
Users of Tableau's cloud software for business analytics can now choose whether to store their data in North America or Europe thanks to a new data center the company has opened in Ireland.
Twitter users on iPhone can access Periscope live streams without a separate app (but no broadcasting or commenting).
T-Mobile's John Legere decides to "help clarify" how Binge On throttling works after weeks of dodging questions.
Enterprises deploying Internet of Things devices and accompanying software don't have to go it alone, but choosing a platform for building your applications is a big decision that's hard to go back on, says IoT analyst Dima Tokar.
Xumo turns Internet video into streaming channels, with smart-TV integration from LG, Vizio, and Panasonic.
Instead of duplicating its main TV network online, NBC plans up to nine streaming service to scratch specific itches.
Translate text, purge spreadsheets of duplicate data, and more with these helpers.
Two bulbs are set to release: one in partnership with JBL that includes a 13 watt speaker, and the other with built-in voice activation and control thanks to Nuance.
Amazon's jump into the chip business won't change what's in Fire devices -- for now -- but it'll help the retailer drive more media delivery, file storage and cloud systems in homes and data centers.
DeepSpar's tool combines the cloud and local diagnostics to recover data.
The HD 800 S is all about refinements, while the new focus on immersive audio signals a strategic shift for the company.
Sling TV aims to make its interface less confusing with a new “My TV” landing page, emphasizing content over channels.
After nearly a year in preview, Amazon's WorkMail hosted email and calendar service for enterprises is now generally available.