Apr 15  Comment 
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Forbes  Apr 9  Comment 
Update: CNET has posted a list on the Heartbleed status for top 100 sites
Forbes  Mar 21  Comment 
I've been reading a Cnet blog on why their correspondent is leaving Microsoft Office for good. He makes some compelling arguments; a single app crashed in the middle of an install, took MS Office in totality out for him, the pricing no longer...
Cloud Computing  Feb 19  Comment 
Recurly, Inc. announced today that Sam Parker has joined the company as chief operating officer (COO). A 20-year business veteran and former executive of SAY Media, CBS Interactive and CNET Networks, Parker strengthens ...
Cloud Computing  Jan 22  Comment 
MetaIntell ™ , the leader in intelligent cloud-based mobile risk management (MRM) announced today that after testing the top 500 Android applications using its next generation AppInterrogator™ product, it identified...
Benzinga  Jan 15  Comment 
CNET Senior Editor Scott Stein appeared on CNBC's Tech Yeah! Tuesday where he went over video games sales amidst retailer GameStop (NYSE: GME) predicting quarterly profits that are below analysts' forecasts.  “I think it's going to be...  Jan 10  Comment 
Security and computer tech website Cnet reports similar hacking of credit card customers.
Jutia Group  Jan 7  Comment 
[] - The head of mobility at AT&T (T), Ralph de la Vega, said in an interview with CNET that the carrier continues to work with BlackBerry (BBRY) and is supporting their efforts to "continue being a viable ... Read more on this....
Forbes  Dec 31  Comment 
As 2013 closes, we are left with a bit of a puzzle in technology. The Chromebook, a browser-based, almost computer, designed by Google is definitely more popular than ever. But is it really catching on? And if so with who? Based on the breathless...
DailyFinance  Dec 18  Comment 
Highly Accomplished Technical Executive With Experience Managing Global High-Performance Teams at CBS and CNET to Lead Company's IT Infrastructure as It Continues Its Trajectory of Programmatic GrowthREDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 12/18/13...


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