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It seems as if every major computer company wants to make its own wearable bracelet. The latest to jump into the emerging market is Lenovo, which quietly published a product page for a smart…
Stephen Orban, a former CIO at Dow Jones and a Bloomberg veteran as well, brings an enterprise worldview with him to Amazon Web Services.
Fitibit has new trackers: The recalled Fitbit Force returns as the Fitbit Charge with an optional heart rate monitor. Next year, fitness buffs can also pick up the Fitbit Surge, which…
SwiftStack's take on OpenStack storage technology lets an organization tether together its storage infrastructure across multiple data centers.
The next phase of smart home adoption will depend on capabilities and control moving from the hardware into a software layer.
Although some believe developers should never trust Twitter again after the 2012 API crackdown, many mobile app makers disagree.
Expecting privacy in every form of communication may create more problems than it solves.
After a series of announcements -- in which the service said it was shutting down, being acquired by an unnamed company, and then shutting down again -- Twitpic says it has…
As he competition among cloud computing providers steps up, so is interest in the internet of things. More connected devices -- perhaps especially by governments rolling thousands at a time --…
With strong personalities at play and a lack of any legal recourse, companies involved with open-source projects may get more than they bargain for when harassment and even death threats occur…
Sundar Pichai just became the second-most-powerful man within Google, and is now overseeing search, infrastructure, maps, commerce, ads and more as well as Chrome and Android.
Twitter has open sourced a tool that it uses to detect spikes in time-series data, in order to make sure it's able to react to issues with its servers, applications or other systems…
If you want to build an economy around bitcoin, you can't leave out educating the professionals, argued David Berger of the Digital Currency Council.
HP is breaking itself up into PC-and-printer and enterprise units; eBay is splitting from PayPal. Should IBM follow suit?
A review of how sponsored posts are handled at Gigaom and why suggestions that they influence our editors are just plain wrong.
An "anti-Facebook" company is making big promises not to sell ads or user data -- but those promises will mean little until the company acts to be more transparent.
Given their huge resources, it's obvious who the Big Three companies are in public cloud. The question is, after them, who else can compete.
In this Gigaom Research webinar, our panel of experts will discuss DevOps best practices and address the benefits of Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment. Please join us along with our sponsor…
The European Modeo will be the first Ford car with Pedestrian Detection, which uses radar and camera sensors to identify pedestrians in or near the vehicle's path.
A new app lets you ask strangers multiple choice questions. Although it's not anonymous, using it feels more than a little bit like confession apps like Secret and Yik Yak.