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What are teenagers up to on social media? Twitter use has grown dramatically since 2011, while Facebook stays dominant but shows flat growth.
What are the likely trends in NoSQL, and what’s driving NoSQL adoption in the enterprise? Get answers to these questions and more when you join GigaOM Research and 10gen for an in-depth discussion on June 4 at 10 a.m. PT.
Despite being late to the market, Nvidia is showing it can keep up with the latest technological advances in LTE technology. But like it's exaggeration-prone competitors, Nvidia is falsely labeling its chip "LTE-Advanced."
The platform could give publishers a new tool in their quest to monetize online content. Not only does it let mobile websites issue push notifications, but it also introduces new real estate for ads.
By the wireless power invested in me, I now pronounce you a couple. Two wireless charging companies combine and agree on a single power standard. That's great but there's still much work to be done in this industry.
During the Iraq war, the U.S. military used open-source data, from news reports to Facebook photos, to help detect patterns in the violence. But that's just the beginning. In future conflicts, big data will be a key part of the propaganda campaigns around the wars.
A new startup is using financial incentives and penalties to help employers encourage their employees to lose weight and lower their risk for chronic disease.
Knewton, a New York-based adaptive learning startup, has partnered with education publisher Macmillan.
Internet entrepreneur and thought leader Marco Arment has concerns about storing sensitive data in cloud-based storage. In this post, we write about the security red flags raised by Arment. There is another option. Varonis DatAnywhere provides a secure private cloud experience that leverages existing IT infrastructure.
Many publishers treat obnoxious comments as a problem to be solved -- Above the Law takes the opposite approach, and embraces readers as they are.
Many companies rely on multiple databases, but what if you could take bits and pieces from each and make queries that way? Orchestrate.io has picked up seed funding to help companies do so.
Startup ConsultingMD has raised $10 million to enable patients to reach the country's leading medical specialists for second opinions delivered online.
AppGuru will work with LogMeIn's own web conferencing; cloud storage and screen sharing applications as well as Google App sand Office 365, says LogMeIn CEO Michael Simon.
Those on the autistic spectrum often display highly focused and analytical traits. SAP is the latest company - and the first major multinational - to move to harness these characteristics for IT-related work.
The multinational-targeting cloud platform is currently based on in-house technology, but France Telecom's business services arm is considering options such as OpenStack for the future.
IBM's Watson has been helping clinicians diagnose ailments and bankers recommend the right products for customers, and with its latest job it will help brands provide better customer service and reach a wider audience.
AWS is the first major cloud provider to get its FedRAMP certification which should make it easier for government agencies to use it for more workloads.
Square has launched an under-the-radar payments service that lets customers transfer cash through email. It's certainly not a new concept, but it's another tool in Square's arsenal as it delves deeper into the consumer market.
Microsoft is set to announce a new Xbox on Tuesday. Here's what we know so far about everything related to TV and online video services.
Deep inside the House of Mouse researchers are solving computer science and mechanical engineering problems -- like how to build a robot that can hand you a drink without creeping you out.