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IBM detects skin cancer more quickly with visual machine learning

Cognitive computing could improve the ability to spot melanoma early on

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Startup rethinks databases for the real-time geospatial era

SpaceCurve's new database platform offers large scale real-time geographic data analysis

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Dropbox rolls out desktop Microsoft Office collaboration tool in early access

Dropbox introduced its Project Harmony solution for collaboration in the desktop Microsoft Office suite in early access.

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FoundationDB gears up for the Internet of Things

The latest FoundationDB database is capable of writing over 14 million records per second

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Kakao Talk adds encrypted 'secret chat' feature amid privacy worries

Secret Chat offers end-to-end encryption on messages

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Hadoop successor sparks a data analysis evolution

2015 could be the year for Apache Spark

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Improved Skype 7 for Windows rolls out against backdrop of user complaints

Lync integration is the biggest improvement, along with touch enabling and a new compact view that helps you use your screen space more efficiently.

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Microsoft delivers the talking Dynamics CRM update

The software uses Cortana to process voice commands

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HP rolls data analysis tools into the cloud

Online versions of HP Vertica and IDOL will be available as cloud services in 2015

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Microsoft buys Acompli to enhance Outlook for iOS, Android

Acompli's mobile e-mail client could power Office Outlook services on iPhones, Android devices.

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Startup SQLdep aims to help DBAs stay sane

The company's tool automates analysis of SQL code

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Office 365's spam filter gets smarter at sorting bulk mailings

The Exchange Online Protection email security engine rates these promotional messages on a scale of 1 to 9

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Teradata brings MapR Hadoop into the data warehouse

Enterprises benefit from extending their data warehouse architectures to handle big data workloads, Teradata says