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ebay spins paypaleBay has decided to spin off PayPal into a different company from next year. The move is expected to enable PayPal to make better deals in an evolving payments market, as growth at eBay is taking a hit. PayPal will be able to act in a flexible manner from next year.

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rackspaceRackspace, a managed cloud company, announced the next global release of its Rackspace Private Cloud offering powered by OpenStack designed to run enterprise production workloads. The offering now includes an industry leading 99.99 percent OpenStack API uptime guarantee, increased scalability to hundreds of nodes and DevOps automation services for application lifecycle management.

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windows 10Microsoft revealed plans for its upcoming revisions to the Windows desktop operating system. The next release of Windows will pave the path for the next generation of mobile-first, cloud-first approach that Microsoft is going to follow. Microsoft’s next desktop operating system will be called Windows 10.

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chromebookGoogle’s Chromebooks are saving the PC industry for now, along with Apple’s Mac. When a platform starts selling well, software companies want to be on it. The latest company to join the Chromebook party is popular software developer company Adobe. Adobe has finally brought Photoshop to cloud-powered Chromebook machines.

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logentries partners new relicLogentries, the log management and analytics service built for the cloud, announced a New Relic integration that provides real-time visibility into log level transactions from client-side devices (such as mobile apps or web browsers) to traditional application and backend servers.

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cloudflare universal sslCloudFlare made a significant announcement, releasing its Universal SSL for all websites. The move is aimed at making the World Wide Web a lot more secure place for everyone. CloudFlare will allow websites to add SSL security to their websites completely free of cost.

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commvault private cloud servicesCommVault (NASDAQ: CVLT) announced a new consulting service that enables customers to rapidly design data protection services as a critical component of their private cloud infrastructure. The idea is to tackle a perennial weakness in private cloud implementations that has prevented enterprises from reaping the benefits of modern cloud architectures.

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larry ellisonOracle launched an upgraded cloud platform on Sunday. The company revealed some details about its new cloud suite that will have the ability to allow customers to use its flagship database on the cloud, as well as on premise. The announcement came at Oracle’s annual OpenWorld conference.

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blazemeter acquires loadosophiaHeadquartered in Mountain View, California, BlazeMeter, the load and performance testing as a self-service platform for mobile, web and APIs, announced the acquisition of Loadosophia, which provides state-of-the-art analytics technology for JMeter users. Andrey Pokhilko, Loadosophia and JMeter-Plugins.org founder joins BlazeMeter’s executive team as Chief Scientist.

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outsystems platform 9OutSystems, the open, rapid application delivery platform (PaaS) provider, released OutSystems Platform 9, which enables any developer to easily and rapidly create and deploy apps across iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and web, from a single application design and code base.