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CTO to startup founder: The reprogramming process
Leaving your job as a corporate CTO to found a startup requires a big mindset change. Keep these factors in mind if you are looking to take the leap.
How IoT big data will transform manufacturing automation
Find out how big data and Internet of Things contribute to smart manufacturing automation, which may benefit everyone in the supply chain.
IDG Contributor Network: Coca-Cola piloting free Wi-Fi at vending machines

Here’s a clever value-adding innovation: free Wi-Fi access at beverage vending machines.

Coca-Cola, in conjunction with UK-originating telco BT, is rolling out a vending machine in rural South Africa that will let anyone nearby get online.

The two test vending dispensers are being located in high-traffic areas. One is adjacent to a taxi rank, and another to a fast food joint. Both are "near shopping areas and schools," according to South African tech website TechCentral.

Increasing knowledge

Providing internet will let community business people manage some of their affairs online and will let children "increase their knowledge through research," a Coke representative said, according to the TechCentral report.

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10 things to know about the state of tech in education
The current state of tech and education is in flux. Here are 10 things to know about what's happening now.
The 64-bit Android question
Are you ready for 64-bit Android? Jack Wallen shares the information that's important to those interested in jumping on the newest bandwagon to hit the Android trail.
Report: Softbank in talks to buy Dreamworks Animation

Japan’s Softbank is in talks to acquire Dreamworks Animation, The Hollywood Reporter said late Saturday citing a source. The Wall Street Journal later reported the same news citing “people familiar with the matter.”

Softbank is best known as operator of Japan’s scrappy, third-ranked cellular carrier. In 2013, it bought the number three U.S. wireless carrier, Sprint, and earlier this year made a play for fourth-ranked T-Mobile USA, but has given up on that acquisition.

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Design and Validation of Ethernet Network Interface Card Using Simevents Technique
Simevent proved to be efficient and flexible tool in the design and simulation of computer networks. Ethernet Network Interface Card (NIC) includes Logical Link Controller (LLC), M...
Bash shell vulnerabilities plague Linux systems, and may be more damaging than Heartbleed
An exploit discovered in bash that has existed for approximately 20 years is causing a mad dash by admins to patch affected systems. Here's a simple test to see if your install of ...
Yahoo will ring in the new year by killing its website directory

Yahoo, which got its start as a digital phone book of websites, is closing that book.

Yahoo will shut down its Directory service on Dec. 31, the company said Friday in a blog post. As for why, the firm did not say much beyond this: “While we are still committed to connecting users with the information they’re passionate about, our business has evolved and at the end of 2014, we will retire the Yahoo Directory.”

Yahoo’s directory had organized the Internet’s websites by topic and location that could be explored by subject area, a different approach from searching the Web via queries done in Google, Bing or Yahoo’s main search bar on its homepage. As it stands now Directory sites are organized by topics like health, sports and entertainment, though a search bar has been incorporated into the page.

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Could ultrafast broadband over copper speed the rollout of gigabit internet?
Researchers in the UK have revealed a technique that could enable up to one gigabit internet speeds over existing copper connections.
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