NEW YORK— IBM is investing $3 billion to build an "Internet of Things" division aimed at harnessing the massive trove of data collected by smartphones, tablets, connected vehicles and appliances and using it to help companies better manage their businesses. IBM estimates that 90 percent of all data generated by mobile and "smart" devices is never analyzed.» Read More
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Twitter has mulled deals worth billions of dollars as it seeks to add a music service to its offering, FT reported, citing sources.
The National Security Agency's snooping is about to get more difficult. NYT reports.
Samsung Electronics on Tuesday is unveiling its first phone that uses propriety software, rather than Google Android.
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Apple is readying a new platform that would turn the iPhone into a remote control for lights, security systems and other household appliances.
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A lawsuit seeks to find the person who posted a negative review including the claim "the owner smokes weed," The Oregonian reports.