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  • Mozilla-backed selfie stunt challenges Europe’s copyright laws

    Stiff EU copyright proposals that theoretically ban memes, gifs and even pictures of some landmarks are the target of a campaign backed by Firefox browser maker Mozilla, which has encouraged a campaign of digital civil disobedience it’s calling Post Crimes.

    28 Sept. 16 07:11 Written by Jon Gold
  • Google Fiber push advances in Nashville

    Google Fiber won a victory in Nashville as the city's Metro Council approved an ordinance that would speed up the company's fiber-optic cable installations.

    23 Sept. 16 05:19 Written by Matt Hamblen
  • Citigroup is cutting costs by making storage simpler

    Citigroup is using software-defined storage to build an infrastructure that could last 25 years – while generations of hardware come and go. By simplifying its architecture, Citigroup expects to slash its operational expenses, which make up most of its storage costs.

    23 Sept. 16 03:49 Written by Stephen Lawson
  • SanDisk reveals world's first 1TB SD card

    SanDisk today showcased its upcoming 1TB SDXC card prototype at a European trade fair for photo and video professionals.

    21 Sept. 16 02:52 Written by Lucas Mearian
  • Asana's new feature lets users 'track anything'

    Asana is making it easier for users to adapt its work tracking software to way more purposes than just task tracking, with a new custom fields feature that it launched on Thursday.

    16 Sept. 16 01:07 Written by Blair Hanley Frank
  • Violin, still pushing flash speeds, looks to the cloud

    In flash storage these days, it takes more than speed to win over many enterprises. Flash pioneer Violin is introducing its fastest arrays yet but also bringing its Concerto OS to the cloud.

    15 Sept. 16 03:22 Written by Stephen Lawson
  • 5 ways Cisco could become an iPhone's best friend

    Favored status for Apple iPhones and iPads on Cisco Systems networks starts Tuesday, giving users better Wi-Fi roaming, integrated VoIP calls and priority for the most important business apps. Here are five new capabilities that may prove most useful.

    13 Sept. 16 22:00 Written by Stephen Lawson
  • This new imaging system can read closed books

    They say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but a new imaging system from MIT can see right through the cover and read the book while it's still closed.

    10 Sept. 16 04:24 Written by Katherine Noyes
  • Survey reveals desire and constraints of enterprise network modernization

    There’s broad recognition among enterprises of the need for network modernization, but many decision-makers are constrained by the prospect of capital equipment outlays, proving a solid return on investment, or fear of being locked into a proprietary solution.

    02 Sept. 16 02:40 Written by Staff
  • EU outlines stiff new net neutrality rules

    The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications published a 45-page report that essentially bans paid prioritization of network traffic, and imposes strict requirements on any specialized services that ISPs want to offer.

    31 Aug. 16 05:45 Written by Jon Gold

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