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IAHGames to launch new mobile role playing game by Daylight Studios

IAHGames partners with Daylight Studios to launch a mobile RPG for iOS Conquest Age.

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Software company creates 75 jobs

A leading company in software quality is to create 75 jobs over the next three years.

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Former NSA, CIA head: Terrorists go for Gmail

Terrorists: You've got Gmail. Former NSA and CIA Director Michael Hayden said Google's free email service is the preferred form of communication for terrorists around the world, the Washington Post reported.

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Google's Indian bred VP Gomes aiming to create new mobile centric interface

Washington, Sept.12 : Google's Tanzania-born, India-bred, U.S.-educated vice-president of search Ben Gomes believes the next frontier of search is to build or create an interface much like talking to a person and asking a question.

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Smartwatch Season? Samsung, Sony and Qualcomm all debuted computerized watches this week

Is the smartwatch ready to take off like the smartphone or MP3 player?

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Accenture, Cognizant Technology Solutions, IBM, Huron Consulting Group and Franklin

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Accenture, Cognizant Technology Solutions, IBM, Huron Consulting Group and Franklin Covey

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NDP's telecom hearings proposal nixed

A House of Commons committee has voted down a proposal by the Opposition NDP to hold hearings on rules governing the wireless industry in the midst of a fevered public debate about Canadian telecommunications.

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NSA leaks reveal UK passes 'snoop-data' through secret Middle East station

London, Aug. 23 : The leaked NSA documents have brought forth another key element to the US' mega 'snoop-op' suggesting that UK's spy agency runs a secret internet monitoring station in the Middle East and passes the surveillance data through its channel and shares it

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Yahoo! Overtakes Google In Us Web Traffic

Analysis of US internet use suggests Yahoo! attracted more people to its web services than Google for the first time in over two years.

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Amazon vs. IBM: Big Blue meets match in battle for the cloud

San Francisco The tech industry maxim that "no one ever got fired for buying IBM" is a testament to how Big Blue has been the gold standard in computing services for decades.

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