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North Korea Was Behind Sony Hack, U.S. Says, but What Can It Do?
(Bloomberg, December 18, 2014)
Stocks cheer Fed patience; Oracle leads tech rally
(CNBC, December 18, 2014)
Cisco showcases Idea London start-up successes in IoT and healthcare
(V3.co.uk, December 18, 2014)
Google Maps for Android has a VR mode, thanks to Google Cardboard
(Gigaom, December 18, 2014)
Sprint hits 2014 network targets; more LTE expansion planned for 2015
(Mobile World Live, December 18, 2014)
Gamers can now listen to Pandora on the Xbox One
(The Next Web, December 18, 2014)
AT&T serves up 75 Mbps U-verse broadband speed tier
(FierceTelecom, December 18, 2014)
Software Companies, IRS Nearing Deal On Tax Preparation as Congress Weighs In
(Bloomberg, December 17, 2014)
HP's NFV Director Merges Physical, Virtual
(Light Reading, December 17, 2014)
Google Drive gets Gmail attachment capabilities, Open Doc Format support, and more
(PC World, December 17, 2014)
Senate Confirms FCC Commissioner O'Rielly to Full Term
(Multichannel News, December 17, 2014)
Techstars Hires Startup Vet to Run Qualcomm Robotics Accelerator
(Xconomy, December 16, 2014)
Google Reveals 2014's Top Searches
(PC World, December 16, 2014)
Autodesk to open space in downtown Boston, acquires Terrible Labs, funds Robin
(Beta Boston, December 16, 2014)
FireEye predictions for cybersecurity in 2015
(ZDNet, December 16, 2014)

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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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