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WESTPrime migration reaches milestone.
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The agency wants the private sector to manage a key part of project.
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Verizon ID service makes it possible to ink contracts or access ...
Sorry, Apple: Hong Kong Way Ahead with Mobile Payments
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FCC Hints at Expanding Net Neutrality Rules to Cell Phones
Under fire from liberals, the commission chairman hints at broader rules.
Army Eyes 4G Cellular Tech for Combat Communications
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App Exposed Flight Data of Japan’s Air Force One for Years
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How Do Agencies Feel About iCloud?
Some federal agencies have given the personal cloud service a wide berth for years.
Feds Crack Down on Google Over Kids' App Spending
The company will pay $19 million for failing to stop children's spending sprees.
Introducing the World’s First National Digital Currency
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Smartphone ‘Kill Switch’ Law: Who Gets to Shut Off Devices?
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