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Microsoft prepares Windows 10 for panoply of sensors

A unified sensor interface will allow Windows 10 devices to support a slew of new environmental, biometric, proximity and motion sensors.

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Friday, March 20

FTC staff pushed for Google antitrust suit... Target may pay $10 million to breach victims... Tesla update adding self-drive to cars

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With mobile on its mind, SugarCRM looks to expand

The idea is that instead of just inputting data, users like salespeople will get help as they go about their day

Meet Sirius, the open-source Siri clone that runs on Ubuntu

Backed by Google and created with software from some of the nation's top universities, Sirius can even identify objects in pictures to respond to your questions about it.

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Wednesday, March 18

Facebook jumps into P2P payments...GOP tackles FCC chairman over net neutrality...Microsoft says Hello to biometrics... and more tech news

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Facebook query software crawls data mountains more quickly

Facebook has updated its Presto SQL query engine for faster performance

HSA spec released, will share workloads among CPUs, GPUs

HSA Foundation's first software and hardware specification could extract more performance, battery from mobile devices

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Microsoft customizes Azure for the Internet of Things

The cloud service will provide many technologies to run distributed networks

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Networking's open at last. Now what?

Open-source hardware and software provide new options, but most enterprises won't use them for years

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Oracle introduces big data-infused marketing services

Oracle has unveiled new services around customer service and prospect marketing

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Docker scoops up Kitematic for smoother Mac compatibility

Startup's open-source tool adds a GUI and one-click Docker installation

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Outages plague App Store, iTunes, and other Apple services

If you're trying to buy music, apps, or games this morning, good luck.

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Facebook's Open Compute Project starts to crack networking

Efforts to open up "black box" switches have started to deliver results