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Where is enterprise infrastructure headed in 2015? -
The first intergalactic war will be started by spoilers -
The DJI Inspire 1: finally, a drone that flies well indoors -
On Docker, CoreOS, open source and virtualization -
Mobile this week: OK Google listens more; Android-powered cars -
With Tidal, Sonos adds its second HD music service -
Medium hires its first head of content advertising -
GetGlue successor TVtag is shutting down -
Pandora says new copyright claims on Oldies violate free speech -
Deep learning now tackling autism and matching monkeys’ vision -
Here’s how Sidecar took the lead in the carpool race -
The teens behind EarthPix and other viral Twitter feeds go legit -
Reddit reveals its plan to distribute $5M to users: Reddit Notes -
Chromebooks get an always listening “OK Google” command -
The connected home’s next big success story: the smart lock -
Hulu adds Fargo and other cable shows, looks more like Netflix -
Da Vinci 1.0 review: a bargain 3D printer that comes at a cost -
FCC mobile competition report once again dodges its key question -
T-Mobile will pay $90M over bogus charges on customer bills -
FBI: Sony hack was North Korea’s work -
Elon Musk: Tesla battery swap now working in beta in California -
Stripe meets IFTTT: Payments now act as app triggers -
Sophisticated cyberattack damaged German steel plant, report says -
RunKeeper updated to use the GPS in Sony Smartwatch 3 -
Mashgin aims to shorten the cafeteria line with computer vision -
Red Hat’s success aside, it’s hard to profit from free -
Samsung Galaxy J1 looks to be a budget-friendly Android -
Profit and positive cash flow keep BlackBerry moving forward -
Sponsored post: Profile: Emmanuel Abbe – Winner of $100k 2014 Bell Labs Prize -
How NASA launched its web infrastructure into the cloud -
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