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  • Cisco to buy Columbia's Sourcefire for $2.7B

    Cisco to buy Columbia's Sourcefire for $2.7B
    A marquee name in the technology industry said Tuesday that it is buying Columbia-based Sourcefire — a homegrown player in the hot cybersecurity field — for $2.7 billion cash. Cisco Systems wants to bolster its security offerings with...
  • Drawing insight into Google's Doodles

    Drawing insight into Google's Doodles
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google.com is the most visited online front door in the United States. According to Alexa, a longtime Internet statistics firm, it is also the second most visited home page in the world behind Facebook.com; roughly 40 percent of...
  • First day of summer 2013 (and winter): a Google Doodle salute

    First day of summer 2013 (and winter): a Google Doodle salute
    Christoph Niemann likely has two of the most-viewed artworks on display -- at least for today. The New York-based author and animator has a pair of Google Doodles hanging atop millions of browsers around the world. For those in the Northern Hemisphere,...
  • Verizon Wireless brings 4G LTE to more cities, looks to LTE-A next

    Verizon Wireless proclaimed its roll-out of 4G LTE is "substantially complete" two and half years after it began, announcing Thursday the high-speed mobile data network is available in 500 U.S. markets. The New Jersey-based mobile carrier has led the...
  • What a view: Our top 10 favorite Google Photo Spheres [Photos]

    What a view: Our top 10 favorite Google Photo Spheres [Photos]
    Since Google launched Photo Sphere late last year, numerous users have contributed panoramic photos to Google Maps. Photo Sphere is a special camera mode available on some Android smartphones that allows users to quickly and easily take 360-degree...
  • Three Years On Top Through Innovation

     Three Years On Top Through Innovation
    At William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance, employee cubicles are rapidly being replaced by shared workspaces. Computers of all sorts — laptops and tablets — are being added, and digital networks are being ramped up for speed and...
  • Online piracy of entertainment content keeps soaring

    Online piracy of entertainment content keeps soaring
    Despite the growth of Netflix, Amazon.com and other legal channels for watching entertainment online, the volume of pirated movies, TV shows, music, books and video games online continues to grow at a rapid pace. The amount of bandwidth used for...
  • Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis heard voices

    Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis heard voices
    WASHINGTON — Six weeks ago, Aaron Alexis told people someone had threatened him at an airport in Virginia. A few days later, in Rhode Island, he heard voices. He thought people were speaking to him through "the walls, floor and ceiling" of the...
  • MPAA report says Google, other search engines a major gateway to piracy

    A study released by the Motion Picture Assn. of America is taking aim at Google, alleging the Internet giant and other search engines are making it too easy for consumers to find pirated content online -- even when they're not looking for it. A study...
  • NFL amps up its digital media, launching a fantasy football effort

    NFL amps up its digital media, launching a fantasy football effort
    As National Football League players begin pulling on their practice jerseys at training camp, the league has unveiled an online community designed to spur participation in fantasy football. Dubbed Fantasy Genius, the site enables novices to seek...
  • Silicon Valley optimistic about Jeff Bezos buying Washington Post

    Silicon Valley optimistic about Jeff Bezos buying Washington Post
    SAN FRANCISCO — Jeff Bezos' purchase of the Washington Post is provoking anxiety and uncertainty among journalists. But for Silicon Valley techies, this unlikely marriage is cause for optimism: Someone may finally deliver technical and...