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Pokémon Go goes live in 15 more countries, but leaves India and China on the waitlist


It’s been a month since Niantic unleashed its tremendously popular AR game Pokémon Go, but millions of players around the world still haven’t had a chance to try it. However, the company’s slowing remedying the situation. Last Friday, the game launched in 15 more countries across Asia and Oceania: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, and Palau. Niantic is certainly going to be busy monitoring its server uptime with the massive influx of new players that came online over the weekend. However, it hasn’t yet launched the…

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BrandPost: Disaster Recovery: Rules to Live By

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Disaster Recovery: Rules to Live By

Floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, power outages, equipment failure, hackers, employee error, malicious insiders… the list of potential threats to an organization’s data and business continuity seemingly are endless.

However, by following well-established disaster-recovery (DR) strategies for small businesses and medium-sized organizations, IT pros can effectively safeguard company data and keep their businesses running in the event of man-made or natural disasters, and even cyber-threats.

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24 hours of the new iPhone 6S launch: Follow live

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For Apple fans, nothing is bigger than iPhone launch day.

Every year, lining up at stores for the new iPhone is a major event for the Apple faithful. And this year’s release of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus is no exception.

But the mold has changed. While people still line up, an iPhone launch in 2015 looks a lot different than it did in 2007. Mashable will be reporting ’round the clock from Sydney, Singapore, London, New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles to capture the glorious anticipation. Read more…

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VMware touts container management and live migration of virtual machines

VMware executives demonstrated new virtualization technologies designed to run in the data centers of the future at the company’s annual VMworld conference.

VMware showed off a new capability of moving a live, running virtual machine (VM) from one data center in California to another in Virginia. Executives also demonstrated how the company is working with containers, a rapidly emerging virtualization technology popularized by Docker.

The ability to move live VMs is an advance on the company’s technology, which has been available for several years. The vMotion technology offers a way to move a VM from one part of the data center to another, while keeping the application inside the VM running.

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