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US tech spending to see 'solid, steady growth' this year and next, Forrester says

Combined U.S. business and consumer spending on technology will rise 5.3 percent this year to US$1.315 trillion and 6.0 percent to $1.4 trillion in 2015, thanks to an improving economy and an acceleration in purchases by businesses and government agencies, according to Forrester Research.
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Official urges state to adopt federal Obamacare site, rather than fix one Oracle built

Oregon's CIO has recommended state officials adopt the federal government's Healthcare.gov insurance exchange in time to meet a Nov. 15 open enrollment deadline, rather than attempt to fix the troubled site it built along with Oracle.
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Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel agree to settle Silicon Valley hiring case

The four remaining defendants in Silicon Valley's closely watched employee hiring case -- Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel -- have agreed to a settlement, according to a new court filing.
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Wearable device battery could last 10 years

Researchers have designed a battery that could keep wearable and health care devices running for 10 or more years without a recharge.
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Public cloud market ready for 'hyergrowth' period

The public cloud market is set for what one analyst firm calls 'hypergrowth.'
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Apple users put at risk by 3-week delay between OS X and iOS patches, researchers say

Apple exposed iOS users to security threats by taking three weeks longer to patch the same vulnerabilities in the mobile OS that it previously fixed in Safari on OS X, a former Apple security engineer said.
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San Diego's SAP system has tripled workloads for some tasks, report says

San Diego's US$50 million SAP system has ended up tripling employees' workloads for certain types of tasks, but the city has also failed to devote enough attention to training, according to a consultant's report released earlier this month.
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Vic Gundotra, who led the creation of Google+, leaves Google

Vic Gundotra, a key executive at Google who helped to create Google+, is leaving the company, he announced on Thursday.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook steps up on the auction block again

Apple CEO Tim Cook is back on an auction block, repeating an offer that last year brought in $610,000 for the Washington, D.C.-based Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.
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California phone kill-switch bill fails vote in state senate

A bill that would mandate a kill-switch on all smartphones sold in California failed a key vote in the state's senate on Thursday.
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Facebook enters fitness tracking with acquisition of 'Moves' app maker

Facebook is moving into the hot space of fitness tracking by acquiring a Finland-based mobile app maker.
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As iPad sales slump, Cook hijacks analysts' fast-uptake explanation

Apple on Wednesday conceded that it sold 16% fewer iPads in the March quarter than in the same period last year, fulfilling analysts' expectations -- in spades -- that iPad sales have slowed.
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Facebook tries to break the news with FB Newswire

Facebook, looking to provide more valuable news information, is providing a new tool to that will post real-time content related to the day's news.
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Tip of the Hat: Heartbleed prompts chastened tech giants to fund OpenSSL

Computerworld offers a Tip of the Hat to Jon Brodkin of Ars Technica for an incisive look at how only a potential disaster could convince top tech execs to finally help fund the OpenSSL and other open-source projects.
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Planet Labs plans big increase in imaging cubesats

Planet Labs, a satellite imaging startup formed by ex-NASA engineers, has applied for permission to more than double the number of satellites it has in orbit.
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