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DataHero, a startup targeting individuals who want an analytics experience much simpler than what most BI software can provide, has raised an extended seed round of $3.15 million and has redesigned its product based on behavioral analysis.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 has shipped 10 million units in just 2 months. Check out which other phones have made it into Samsung’s “10 Million Seller Club.”
With a new firmware update, Nintendo has finally righted a wrong for many gamers, creating a cross-platform online ID.
Microsoft's chances in this enw world depend on its ability to balance old successes like Windows and Office with transformative new technologies, he said.
Managing software development can seem like a real-life video game, as feature requests, changing priorities and cryptic collaboration leave you leaping over fireballs while battling mages and warlocks. But savvy organizations have learned a few cheat codes that can help keep software projects on track.
Apple is complaining about a court monitor's aggressive antitrust tactics. It turns out the company has a point -- and a federal judge is over-stepping her authority, according to an antitrust expert.
Chinese hackers targeted five European foreign ministries in the run-up to the Russia-hosted G20 summit in September, according to security firm FireEye. There is no evidence that it was state-sponsored snooping, though FireEye reckons they were after intelligence related to the then-possible invasion of Syria. This […]
Mature computing, advanced screen technology, and the explosion in better sensor technology have created what looks to be the perfect storm for wearables across a number of categories.
Lots of shops run vSphere in-house and cloud outside and RightScale says it's bringing that VMware environment under its cloud management umbrella.
Many users of the pornographic streaming-video service Redtube have received letters asking them to pay hundreds of euros per viewed clip. The illegality of viewing streams of copyright-infringing material is questionable, as are the methods used to identify the users.
Everything you need to to know about the updates to Bluetooth as it relates to the internet of things, plus a few gifts for those far more fortunate await you on this week's podcast.
Qualcomm has handed its AllJoyn protocol for the internet of things over to the Linux Foundation in hopes of establishing a universal standard. The effort has legs, but still has a ways to go.
Old News, meet New News: E.W. Scripps has announced that it will acquire video-journalism-for-hire startup Newsy for $35 million, with the deal expected to be finalized by January of next year. Newsy has made a name for itself by producing news videos alongside content for websites […]
Hilarie Koplow-McAdams brings enterprise sales credibility with her into New Relic which seeks to entrench its APM tools in companies ranging from startups to the biggest of big companies.
OwnCloud now has fresh money to push its vision of user- and IT-friendly file-sync-share-and-store technology.
Qualcomm is following Apple and Intel down the 64-bit rabbit hole, announcing today a new version of its Snapdragon processor supporting the new advanced computing architecture. Don't expect these new chips in high-end devices, thou...
Can Google Chrome Apps rival native software on desktops and mobiles? The company thinks so and is creating the tools necessary for developers to build such apps. This video shows them off along with software that runs on multiple devices and platforms.
Netflix has open sourced a tool called Suro that collects event data from disparate application servers before sending them to other data platforms such as Hadoop and Elasticsearch. It's more big data innovation that hopefully finds its way into the mainstream.
The mobile wave continues to build with no signs of cresting. According to StatCounter's data, mobile devices accounted for 21.6 percent of global web browsing as of last month. PCs still have their place but it's diminishing quickly for some activities
Amazon Web Services remains king of cloud but from all appearances, Google Compute Platform plans to dispute that title.