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Xamarin hopes to attract more developers with expanded iOS support

The company has also expanded the ability to share code across multiple OSes

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Collaborative foundation aims to boost MIPS adoption

The foundation will offer open-source OS distributions for MIPS, including Android, CentOS and Ubuntu

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Salesforce.com glitzes up its mobile app with 30 new features

Salesforce1 Mobile now has more integrations plus support for BlackBerry and Microsoft Windows 8

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IT pro gets prison time for sabotaging ex-employer's system

Ricky Joe Mitchell must also pay more than $500,000 in restitution and fines

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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison set to launch in-memory database option

The feature will give customers 'ungodly' speed improvements, according to Ellison

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Dassault's virtual heart gives cardiologists individualized 3D models

The health care industry could learn from aerospace companies when it comes to using IT, said CEO Bernard Charlès

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SAP buying SeeWhy for targeted marketing technology

The deal will give SAP real-time targeting capabilities

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IBM buys Cognea, will add its virtual assistant technology to Watson

The deal is part of IBM's plans to commercialize Watson

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SAP apps heading to Microsoft Azure cloud

The companies are also integrating SAP's Business Objects with Microsoft's BI software

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NetSuite slapped with fraud lawsuit over 'aggressive' salesman's claims

SkinMedix wants its money back for the allegedly 'unusable' e-commerce site NetSuite built

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Microsoft yanks Azure auto-hosted SharePoint apps service

The company plans to relaunch the program later this year

music and books

AI system reads novels, then writes music for them

Works are assigned emotional density scores and interpreted in major or minor keys

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Amid turmoil, questions loom for SAP at Sapphire

The event is incoming sole CEO Bill McDermott's 'time to shine,' says one analyst