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Workspace: What Does He Do, Work in a Cave? Why, Yes

A software company operates underground to keep data secure. Its chief seeks a Middle-earth effect in décor.

Fox News /
Kentucky man sold program that spied on victims, must forfeit $725G

A Kentucky man who peddled malicious spy software on hacker forums got his comeuppance courtesy of the FBI.

Marketwatch /
Best New Ideas in Money: Here are the best new ideas in money

In this series we explore the next phase of money’s evolution, profiling 12 ideas with the potential to rethink money, upgrade its operating system ...

The Guardian /
Yes, I ‘cheat’ at video games – it’s half the fun | Stephanie Munro

Gaming is hardly the Olympics. If you can find small ways to enhance your performance (and your enjoyment) I’m all for itIf you’ve ever thrown your ...

Reuters /
SolarWinds shares rise 3.2 percent in downsized market debut

SolarWinds Corp's shares rose as much as 3.2 percent in their downsized U.S. market debut on Friday, giving the enterprise software maker a market ...

Reuters /
Dell to take $21.7 billion tracking stock offer to December vote: sources

Dell Technologies Inc will ask holders of "tracking stock" tied to its software company VMware Inc to vote on its $21.7 billion cash-and-stock offer ...

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Cramer's 5 favorite tech stocks right now, including Apple, Salesforce and Adobe

Jim Cramer reveals his top "power" players in the information technology space, including consumer tech plays, software giants and a fintech kicker.

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SAP plays down margin fears, prioritizes growth: CFO

Faster than expected growth in its cloud business has pressured margins at German business software company SAP , but for Chief Financial Officer Luka Mucic that's a good problem to have.

NY Times /
Computer Stories: A.I. Is Beginning to Assist Novelists

Robin Sloan is using a homemade software program to supply phrases and images for his new book.

Reuters /
SAP raises guidance as cloud transformation gathers pace

German software company SAP reported a 41 percent jump in cloud revenues in the third quarter as its business transformation gathers pace, enabling ...

CNET /
Iconic Abrams tank gets a high-tech upgrade - CNET

The M1 Abrams is one of the most formidable vehicles in military history, and a new generation is on the way with massive tech upgrades.

CNET /
Spotify for Wear OS lets you play music from your wrist - CNET

The biggest music-streaming service comes to smartwatches running on Google's software.

CNN /
New satellite images suggest military buildup in Russia's strategic Baltic enclave

New satellite imagery shared exclusively with CNN shows Russia appearing to upgrade four of its military installations in Kaliningrad, Russia's strategic outpost on NATO's doorstep.

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New images suggest military buildup in Russia's strategic Baltic enclave

New satellite imagery shared exclusively with CNN shows Russia appearing to upgrade four of its military installations in Kaliningrad, Russia's strategic outpost on NATO's doorstep.    

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Fujifilm wins appeal in battle with Xerox over aborted merger

Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp has won an appeal in its legal battles with Xerox Corp, with a New York court overturning preliminary injunctions requested by an activist investor that had blocked their planned merger.

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NASA astronaut recalls 'wild ride' after aborted Russian rocket launch

Nick Hague and cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin were not hurt during the failed launch to the International Space Station by a Russian ...

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Hackers Accused of Ties to Russia Hit 3 E. European Companies: Cybersecurity Firm

Hackers have infected three energy and transport companies in Ukraine and Poland with sophisticated new malware and may be planning destructive cyber ...

Reuters /
SAP vows to ease cloud transition; German customers less keen

Software company SAP SE said it plans to offer more support to help reluctant clients shift to its latest cloud-based business suite, a transition crucial for its future profitability.

Reuters /
Hackers accused of ties to Russia hit three East European companies: cybersecurity firm

Hackers have infected three energy and transport companies in Ukraine and Poland with sophisticated new malware and may be planning destructive cyber attacks, a software security firm said on Wednesday.

VoA /
Cosmonaut Describes Aborted Soyuz Launch

Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin says the force he felt during a Soyuz emergency landing last week was like having a concrete block on his chest. Ovchinin and U.S. astronaut Nick Hague spoke separately Tuesday about their frightening experience when an unknown mishap caused their Russian Soyuz to abort its mission 60 kilometers (37 miles) ...

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NASA astronaut unfazed by frightening aborted launch

For NASA astronaut Nick Hague, who was making his first space flight, the long-awaited goal of finally flying in space was just out of reach

Reuters /
IBM revenue misses as server, software sales slow

IBM Corp reported a bigger-than-expected drop in revenue on Tuesday, hit by slowing software sales and wavering demand for mainframe servers, ...

CNET /
NASA astronaut details fall to Earth after failed Soyuz launch - CNET

Astronaut Nick Hague talked to media for the first time since surviving an aborted launch to the International Space Station and shared what it was ...

MSNBC /
Google will stop bundling its apps on Android phones in response to EU fine

In response to the European Union's $5 billion antitrust ruling, Google is changing the way it bundles its Android smartphone apps and allowing ...

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Proofpoint report: More than half U.S. agencies met deadline to upgrade cybersecurity

A cybersecurity firm said Tuesday more than 60 percent of the federal government's Internet domains now have authentication to prevent hacking via email.

Reuters /
TomTom shares slide 13 percent after Volvo contract loss

Shares in navigation firm TomTom slid 13 percent on Tuesday on news it had lost a contract with carmaker Volvo, renewing worries that Google's entry into in-dashboard software may hurt the Dutch firm.

Engadget /
Huawei Watch GT hands-on: Big battery promises and yet another OS

Looks like smartwatches aren't going away anytime soon, and may actually be coming back to haunt our wrists. With companies like Google, Samsung, Apple and Qualcomm all launching new devices (or at least some software and hardware ...

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