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ViaSat-1 went up about 18 months ago, but the satellite broadband company is already planning its next-generation bird, ViaSat-2. The high-Earth orbiter will far exceed Via-Sat-1's already impressive 140 Gbps of total capacity.
Google and the Catlin Seaview Survey are working as fast as they can to map the world's coral reefs in Google Streetview. But the project's founder fears he may be too late.
How do you deliver a new mobile operating system version without actually making it available for download? Give developers the tools to add new features through APIs and services: No muss, no fuss, and no additional device fragmentation.
My post about the Google+ redesign and the shift in direction from Facebook design has met with some well reasoned argument. Here I present my own arguments, and reason why I think the two design philosophies are moving in different direction.
Jelly has raised a Series A round to continue hiring and prototyping the mysterious mobile product from ex-Twitter executives. Still no word on what the company's working on.
The first fully integrated nanosystem for artificial photosynthesis is developed for producing hydrogen with cheap components and biomimicry.
Google Glass is still leagues short having the thriving developer community of Android, but at I/O Google began seeding that app ecosystems with the help of six big-name web and media brands.
Startup Raise Labs wants to rethink college financial aid with a model that enables students to earn micro scholarships over the course of their high-school careers.
Verizon's prepaid plans are still more expensive than other no-contract operators, but you can now get 2 GB of 3G data on the $60 plan and 4 GB on the $70 plan.
It may not be pleasant for the competitors, but cloud competition is nothing but good for cloud consumers -- whether they're startups or Fortune 100 companies.
Blind trust in black box, or click-and-run, software is a growing problem in science, and the concern extends to big data and high performance computing.
Journalists and organizations now have the ability to use sensors to collect their own real-time data and report on it. The practice raises both practical and ethical questions, Columbia's Emily Bell said Thursday.
Google said Thursday it is establishing a Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab to trigger the next phase of machine learning with the power of quantum computers. The efforts could trickle down to ordinary people.
The titans of the web are rebels, playing by their own rules. That is to be applauded at times, but we should also be thinking about the wider, long-term implications for society and fair competition.
Devicescape says nearly one and three smartphone buyers never bother to connect their devices to their home Wi-Fi networks, but it's developed a means of luring those customers into the Wi-Fi fold.
All other analytics solutions answer specific questions asked by users. However, for most real-world data, there are simply too many possible questions for a person to consider all of them. BeyondCore automatically asks all possible questions, then presents the most useful answers in order of importance.
Now that GCE is available to all -- complete with by-the-minute charges and a new NoSQL database service, we eagerly await Amazon's response. Make no mistake, there will be one.
With Amazon beefing up its own AWS monitoring tools, it makes sense for companies like Newvem to take on other clouds. That's just what Newvem is doing.
San Francisco-based Ringadoc has raised an additional $700,000 to help doctors streamline communication with patients.
In a provocative live webinar, David Linthicum, Jo Maitland and John Cowan discuss the emergence of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) market exchanges and how they will change the technology landscape and financial approach to IT infrastructure.