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Pentagon, Looking for Edge in the Future, Checks In With Silicon Valley
(New York Times, February 26, 2015)
Oracle Upgrades Database To Meld Together SQL and NoSQL Worlds
(ITBusinessEdge, February 26, 2015)
3D Robotics Taps Qualcomm For $50M Series C And Mobile Tech
(TechCrunch, February 26, 2015)
Amazon wants delivery trucks to 3D print orders on the move
(IT ProPortal, February 25, 2015)
Google’s AI Is Now Smart Enough to Play Atari Like the Pros
(Wired, February 25, 2015)
Hackers impersonating IT staff popular tactic in data breaches, FireEye finds
(ZDNet, February 24, 2015)
Deutsche Bank signs multibillion dollar outsourcing deal with HP
(ZDNet, February 24, 2015)
Qualcomm, Timex Collaborate on Smartwatch
(NBC San Diego, February 24, 2015)
Google to teach Boys & Girls Clubs to code
(USA Today, February 23, 2015)
‘A living lab': Cisco’s new Canadian HQ is a lesson in smart technology
(Financial Post, February 23, 2015)
Three Months Later, State Department Hasn’t Rooted Out Hackers
(Wall Street Journal, February 20, 2015)
Oracle Launches Oracle Hospitality
(FTN News, February 20, 2015)
Cisco gears up for 'smart' India play
(Business Standard, February 20, 2015)
FCC Sets March Dates for Auction Road Show
(Broadcasting & Cable, February 20, 2015)
ETECSA, IDT reach pact to carry long-distance voice service between U.S. and Cuba
(FierceTelecom, February 20, 2015)

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LightSquared
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HP
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AOL
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Washington Resource Associates
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Oracle
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Yahoo!
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Intuit
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AT&T Services, Inc.
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CA Technologies
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Expedia, Inc.
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Visa Inc.
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Qualcomm
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Cisco Systems
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Akamai
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Amazon
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