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David Needle

David Needle is a veteran technology reporter based in Silicon Valley. He covers mobile, big data, customer experience, and social media, among other topics. He was formerly news editor at Infoworld, editor of Computer Currents and TabTimes, and West Coast bureau chief for both InformationWeek and Internet.com.

Missing E-mails, More Questions in AMD, Intel Case

The AMD-Intel antitrust case exploded in controversy this week when Intel (Quote) admitted it is missing an unknown number of...

Sybase Looks to Secure Instant Messaging

Sybase subsidiary iAnywhere is readying mobile instant messaging and presence capabilities for its Information Anywhere e-mail suite. The new offering is due...

Cisco Disconnects From iPhone Lawsuit

Cisco (Quote) has dropped its lawsuit over Apple's planned use of the iPhone trademark in its forthcoming handset. Wednesday ...

Smartest Mobile Users? It Ain’t Us

Is the mobile device glass half empty or half full? According to an global study of mobile users, there...

Cisco, Apple Still Wrestling Over iPhone Trademark

Hold the iPhone. The Cisco versus Apple trademark dispute hasn't been resolved, but negotiations have been extended. Late Thursday Cisco (Quote) ...

HP Serves Up New Blades

SAN FRANCISCO -- HP is ramping up its server and blade line with new products as well as a...

VeriSign Tackles Growing Internet Security Threats

SAN FRANCISCO –- VeriSign (Quote) CEO Stratton Sclavos said Internet security threats are growing and he gently chastised the industry...

Notebook Users Under Attack at Security Conference

You might think attendees at a security conference would take extra precautions to ensure their notebook's safety. Think again. According to...

Akamai Serves Up Netli

Web acceleration giant Akamai (Quote), based in Cambridge, Mass, looked to Silicon Valley for its latest acquisition, Mountain View, Calif. based...

Security, Sharing From Afar

PALM DESERT, Calif. -- Both the free-wheeling nature of the Internet and security solutions were on display at DEMO, a...