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Bitcoin tipping sees giant growth: ChangeTip exceeds 10,000 tips in one day

Yesterday, Bitcoin tipping service ChangeTip announced that it had exceed 10,000 user generated bitcoin tips in one day, marking a milestone in the phenomenon of microtransacted bitcoin tipping across the Internet. As a currency that can be broken down into … Continue reading ?

Find the best of 2014 Cyber Monday & Black Friday deals for gaming and electronics

Black Friday is no longer single day for the great deals and discount. Numerous online retailers are celebrating a week long Black Friday 2014 with special promotions and special discounts to kick off the holiday shopping season. Throughout the week … Continue reading ?

Upgrades for Zigbee and other Industrial Internet protocols

This week’s Smart DevOps roundup features a new protocol stack to simplify deployment and management of Industrial-Internet of Things (IoT) network applications, an old alliance aims to unify IoT efforts, and a device that lets you invent your own connected … Continue reading ?

Your webcam is being broadcast in Russia! Check this list of hacked cameras

If you own a webcam, CCTV, or baby monitor with a video feed, you might want to stop what you are doing and read on. The United Kingdom is warning people from all over the globe about a Russian-based site … Continue reading ?

Next Glass app tastes beer and wine for you

Gone are the days of being confused over the vast selection of beers and wines on offer at your local supermarket. A new app, called Next Glass, takes the difficult choice out of your hands and does the work for … Continue reading ?

Pretty Bing gets a facelift with Microsoft update: Can it outshine Yahoo?

The Bing search engine just became a little more interesting following the latest Microsoft update, which consists of image captions, an information carousel, high-definition (1920×1080) backgrounds and a new menu for Office Online. Microsoft reported that the move comes after … Continue reading ?

Hackers leak logins from PSN, Windows Live, and 2K Games

The hacker group DerpTrolling, who claimed responsibility for the distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against Blizzard Entertainment during the launch of Warlords of Draenor last week, has leaked login information for 5,604 accounts from the PlayStation Network, Windows Live, and … Continue reading ?

Survey: 70 percent of IT pros prefer open source to proprietary software

An overwhelming majority of IT professionals favor open source software over proprietary alternatives, according to a new study from the Ponemon Institute conducted on behalf of Zimbra Inc., the enterprise collaboration provider. That mirrors a similar pattern among enterprise developers, over … Continue reading ?

Splice Machine says it has world’s only relational DBMS running on Hadoop

After two years in development, Splice Machine Inc. is launching what it calls the world’s only Hadoop-based relational database management system (RDBMS) into general availability with the promise of providing a cheaper and more scalable alternative to the Oracle Corp. databases … Continue reading ?

Facebook breaks into the drone business – for charity?

Facebook Inc. is rapidly increasing its Connectivity Lab project by adding over a dozen new jobs for aeronautical and thermal engineers, as well as other technicians and specialists. The purpose of the new hires? Drone development. The new drone team will be … Continue reading ? expands beyond marketing with brand engagement platform Inc. is taking social media analytics beyond the marketing department with a new iteration of its Social Studio that promises to help professionals in other parts of the business gain a better understand of customers, too. The move follows … Continue reading ?

New Gorilla Glass 4 will save your phone; Mythbusters shows just how cool it is

If you own a smartphone you probably live in constant fear of dropping it. Corning Inc. wants to give you peace of mind with the 4th iteration of its venerable Gorilla Glass and, to top it off; they’ve hired the … Continue reading ?

Researchers develop software that heals itself after infection by computer virus

Researchers at University of Utah have written security software that can recognize virus infections and repair the damage. The software reportedly managed to deal with the known Shellshock bug within minutes. The software is called A3 and runs within a … Continue reading ?

Internet of Things already in use for more than half of global business

This week’s Smart City roundup features a revealing report on how businesses now see the Internet of Things market, a connected traffic system’s role in easing traffic congestion, and a new smart park on the rise.  . IoT is a game changer … Continue reading ?

Apple early on Black Friday buzz with free shipping

In Apple Inc. news today, the iPhone maker changes the ‘Free’ button to ‘Get’ in the App Store, unveils Black Friday offerings, and reveals a new plan to regain relevance in the music industry.  . From Free to Get   … Continue readi...

Soccer fans tire of over-digitized experiences as Microsoft kicks off cloud deal with Real Madrid

Real Madrid, ranked the world’s best soccer club of the 20th century (or football,as it’s called outside the U.S.), have recently struck up a deal with Microsoft to transform how their live games are watched. Employing Microsoft’s cloud solutions, fans will now be … Continue reading ?

NASA’s building a ‘living’ drone that decomposes on impact

If you’re flying surveillance drones and don’t want them to be found by the people you’re spying on, ‘living’ drones that decompose after a crash landing might be just what you’re looking for. NASA and a team of students from … Continue reading ?

Cisco leverages Hadoop for latest contribution to open security framework

Although Cisco Systems Inc. is best known for selling proprietary data center switches, it also plays an active role in the open-source ecosystem, ranking as the sixth most prolific contributor to OpenStack and listing several community projects under its belt. … Continue reading ?

World of Warcraft back on top – 10 million subscribers for first time in two years

Blizzard Entertainment’s World of Warcraft has been the juggernaut of Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) gaming for nearly 10 years, and with the subscription numbers released on Wednesday, it does not look like it is going anywhere anytime soon. The game’s latest expansion, Warlords … Continue reading ?

CipherCloud scores $50 million to make the cloud safe for corporate data

CipherCloud Inc. became the second cloud security startup to announce an eight-figure funding round this week after revealing on Wednesday that it has raised $50 million from a group of prominent investors to make the public cloud safer for storing … Continue reading ?

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