The Ponemon Institute finds the average cost of a data breach, The Weather Company announces Deep Thunder, Microsoft buys Wand Labs and LinkedIn, Apple plans a new file system called Apple File System, Microsoft hopes to cash in on legal marijuana, Hewlett Packard teams up with GE, and John Curran discusses what's happening with IPv6.
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- ARIN Activates Waiting List for IPV4 Addresses
- Growing the Internet with IPv6
- The average cost of a data breach is now $4 million
- IBM's Deep Thunder Shows How Weather Is Big Business
- Microsoft buys Wand Labs to add more natural language tech to messaging apps and bots
- Municipal fiber network will let customers switch ISPs in seconds
- Apple File System Features Deeper Encryption, SSD Support
- Intel x86s hide another CPU that can take over your machine (you can't audit it)
- Microsoft just joined a herd of tech companies trying to cash-in on the legal marijuana boom
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise and GE are teaming up on the Internet of Things
- Microsoft by the Numbers
- How Jeff Weiner Talked To Employees After LinkedIn's Stock Crash