Cisco takes on Shadow IT, Yahoo settles e-mail privacy class action, the Nest thermostat update leaves many homes very cold, and another round of 2016 predictions.
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- Making it Easier for Small Businesses to Upgrade to Windows 10
- Cisco Fighting Shadow IT With New Cloud Service
- Yahoo settles e-mail privacy class-action: $4M for lawyers, $0 for users
- FCC had “productive” net neutrality talks with Comcast and T-Mobile
- AMD Unveils 64-Bit ARM-Based Opteron A1100 SoC With Integrated 10GbE For The Datacenter
- Big Data Goes Mainstream: What Now?
- First it was Juniper with a backdoor, now it seems Fortinet does also
- The Internet of Cold Things
- City-run ISP makes 10Gbps available to all residents and businesses
- IBM Plans to Acquire The Weather Company’s Product and Technology Businesses
- Where is machine learning heading in 2016?
- For Years, the Pentagon Hooked Everything To The Internet. Now It’s a ‘Big, Big Problem’
- IBM Shows Off a Quantum Computing Chip
- The First Person to Hack the iPhone Built a Self-Driving Car. In His Garage
- California, Google Ready For Autonomous Vehicle Showdown In 2016
- As AT&T falls behind T-Mobile in streaming, an executive blames net neutrality