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The co-founders of analytics startup Interana came on the Structure Show podcast this week to talk about how to spread data analysis throughout customer accounts, the types of things you can…
If you haven't been inside your local library in the last ten years, you might be surprised how easy it is to check out ebooks.
The week in cloud: Amazon has said that live migration would not have averted last month's cloud reboots. But folks are betting it's working on the technology just the same.
As Google acquires a diverse range of IoT connected home startups, it feels inevitable that we will all soon join a world of connected spaces. But how far off are we…
It took a while, but mobile and the IoT are finally big enough for enterprise vendors to care.
There are few things riskier than recommending a security or privacy measure that turns out not to work -- a fact that applies to app vendors and security-focused journalists alike.
Estonia could serve as a model for the European Union's goal of creating a unified, €500-billion digital market.
As journalist/programmer Stijn Debrouwere has argued in a persuasive essay about the challenges facing the news business, journalism isn't being disrupted just by different forms of journalism -- it's being disrupted…
A message-queuing system called Iris has led to Facebook cutting down on delivering excess data by roughly 40 percent.
The price of bitcoin may be down 39 percent since last quarter, but VC's don't seem to care.
Apache Spark is taking the big data world by storm, but the folks at Databricks wanted to disprove a misconception that its only performance advantages over Hadoop MapReduce come in-memory.
Al Jazeera's AJ+ venture has landed a bit of a coup by hiring Circa's Chief Product officer David Cohn to lead its audience engagement team.
More senior execs expect significant migration of core IT functions to the cloud, regardless of type. They believe these workloads will move more than business applications, many of which may have…
Provo, Utah–based sales automation company InsideSales has always been interested in applying data analysis to mountains of sales data. After delivering on this mission last year, the company is now ramping…
Warrant canaries -- which tech companies are using to tell people that the government is NOT using secret orders -- are the new frontline in the legal fight over surveillance.
Standards formation is a messy business, and that's proving true for the internet of things, as Broadcom leaves Intel's Open Interconnect Consortium after a disagreement over IP.
In this Gigaom Research webinar, the panel will discuss how the multi-cluster approach can be implemented in real systems, and whether and how it can be made to work. The panel…
HTC's 13-megapixel Eye camera is headed to a version of the aluminum-bodied One M8 in China.
Google's new European transparency report gives everyone a much clearer picture of how the company is handling requests for privacy-based de-linking -- and how complex the whole situation is.
The White House appears to be providing the FCC with fresh political cover in the event the agency decides to defy the cable industry and impose net neutrality rules.