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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Thursday, March 19

First commerical OpenPower servers coming...Delphi sends self-driving Audi on coast-to-coast road trip...data breach bill draws fire

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Feds fine Verizon $3.4 million over 911 service outage issues

750,000 California residents were unable to call 911 during an outage last year, the FCC said

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Pixometer app offers a smarter way to read dumb meters

There's no real-time energy tracking with this app, but it's handy for reading awkwardly placed meters and for budgeting for future bills

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UberPop banned by German court

Uber will probably appeal the verdict

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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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Red Hat formulates a plan for building enterprise mobile apps

The FeedHenry acquisition last year now gives Red Hat an integrated mobile platform

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM gets an analytics-infused update

Highlights include new social and mobility features, closer Office 365 integration

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Alibaba uses facial recognition tech for online payments

The technology could replace the use of passwords on Alibaba's Alipay service

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MacBook makes a case for wireless docking -- but too soon

The single-port laptop could have used some wire-free tools that haven't hit the mainstream yet

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This isn't your father's enterprise software

Changing expectations and a new generation of users are transforming the face of business applications

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Lyft raises $530 million in latest funding round

The ride-hailing company will use the money to grow in the U.S. and launch its service abroad

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Alibaba investing $200 million in photo-messaging app Snapchat

Alibaba has recently been investing in both U.S. and Chinese tech companies

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SugarCRM acquires Stitch to boost mobile CRM offerings and know-how

Stitch's technology analyzes email, calendar and CRM data to help make sales staff more effective