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AT&T wants cool apps from open-source developers

AT&T is breaking away from proprietary hardware and software

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House approves weakened bill to limit NSA bulk collection

Critics of the bill say they plan to push for changes as it moves to the Senate

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Obama backs new surveillance legislation, but tech companies reject

A tech industry group said it cannot support the legislation in its current form

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Swarm 'Portal' beacon to provide retailers insight on in-store activity

The device picks up heat signals from shoppers to give retailers foot traffic patterns

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Cisco's IoT ship sails ahead as former captain joins startup

Guido Jouret will head a Silicon Valley lab for Shanghai-based Envision Energy

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BlackBerry to take on IoT headaches with Project Ion

Working from its QNX platform, the company will offer a cloud-based platform for back-end development

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Cisco welcomes Dimension Data to global cloud initiative

The company compared its Intercloud to international roaming for hybrid clouds

Lawmakers to FCC: stop mulling net neutrality reclassification

Some Republican House members question the need for the FCC to move forward with any net neutrality rules

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Vodafone revenue stays flat as European troubles come to the fore

The company is hoping increased data usage and integrated TV and broadband offerings will help improve its fortunes

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Cisco will lead SDN and win IT, Chambers says

The company's sweeping architectures will beat generic hardware, Chambers said

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What will consumers gain from AT&T's DirecTV buy?

AT&T wants to buy DirecTV and is making several promises to sweeten the deal. But are AT&T's commitments all they're cracked up to be?

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Report: The NSA records all cellphone calls in the Bahamas

The surveillance is done using a "cutting edge tool" called SOMALGET, reported The Intercept, citing documents leaked by Edward Snowden

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Bandwidth-sipping IoT steers clear of net neutrality debate -- for now

For now, the Internet of Things doesn't use enough network capacity to stir up arguments