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Valve will offer HTC Vive dev kits for free to select developers

In order to get its new virtual reality (VR) device out onto the market as quickly as possible, Valve will be offering free development kits for the upcoming HTC Vive to a small handful of developers. Valve Corporation and HTC … Continue reading ?

Talon broadens client support in new version of enterprise file-sharing app

Talon Storage Solutions, Inc. has extended its MobileFast file-sharing application to support Android and Windows Phone clients as part of a broad set of enhancements announced this week. Previously, the platform only supported Apple iOS client devices. Users of all … Continue reading ?

HTC One M9 vs. Galaxy S6 vs. iPhone 6

The HTC One M9 went on sale at midnight, which means there’s another flagship device to choose from. Which flagship device will you be purchasing? Is it Apple’s iPhone 6 from last year? Samsung’s Galaxy S6, which you can now … Continue reading ?

BlackBerry’s turnaround remains on track with surprise quarterly profit

When John Chen took over as BlackBerry CEO a little over 20 months ago, the company was caught in a seemingly irreversible death spiral, hemorrhaging cash all over the place. Many analysts were predicting the company’s demise, and the company … Continue reading ?

Epic Games reveals three more Unreal dev grant winners

Earlier this year, Epic Games announced that it would be giving out grants to worthy developers using Unreal Engine 4 for their games, and today the North Carolina-based studio has announced three new winners, bringing the number of to nine … Continue reading ?

Roost smart battery integrates with Facebook’s Parse IoT

This week’s Smart DevOps roundup features the integration between a smart battery and an Internet of Things (IoT) platform, the acquisition of an open source project to help developers create IoT solutions and a new OpenJDK-based Java platform for IoT. … Continue reading ?

Facebook helping iOS devs by open-sourcing its React Native framework

Developers looking to make the leap from web to mobile apps often have a tough road ahead of them, as the two formats can have very different requirements and code structures. Facebook Inc is looking to make this transition a little bit … Continue reading ?

Report: Slack raises up to $160 million Series E on a $2.76 billion valuation

Enterprise messaging platform provider Slack Technologies Inc. is said to have raised up to $160 million Series E on a $2.76 billion valuation. The round hasn’t been officially confirmed by the company, however The Wall Street Journal reported that new investors have … Continue reading ?

Microsoft rolls out new Azure Site Recovery and Backup tools

Microsoft has launched a couple of new features for its Azure Site Recovery and Backup services. First up is Azure Site Recovery, which has been given the ability to enable “protection and disaster recovery” for physical servers and VMware virtual … Continue reading ?

Google makes Cloud Platform installs easy with Cloud Launcher

Google Inc. announced a handy new feature for its Cloud Platform Thursday that will make life a lot easier for first timers or those looking to save time: the Cloud Launcher. The launcher offers easy installation of over 120 open … Continue reading ?

Intel, Micron & Toshiba tout faster, cheaper Flash

Chip makers usually try to add extra storage capacity by packing greater numbers of transistors onto their flat checkerboard-style circuitry grids. But now they’re getting smarter – they’re stacking transistors in three dimensions, and that should lead to an exponential … Continue reading ?

One cloud storage provider to rule them all? Amazon Cloud Drive now offers unlimited storage

On Thursday, announced that it will now offer unlimited cloud storage on its Amazon Cloud Drive platform. As of the announcement, unlimited cloud storage is available on two new storage plans that cater for a range of content and … Continue reading ?

Microsoft acquires another app-making start-up: PowerPoint plug-in LiveLoop

The acquisition of LiveLoop by Microsoft has been confirmed for an undisclosed amount, making it the third notable app-specific start-up, after the popular email app Accompli and Android calender app maker Sunrise, Redmond has acquired recently. LiveLoop is a San Francisco-based web … Continue reading ?

Apple to launch popular iPhone trade-in program in China

Following the U.S. success of its iPhone trade-in program, Apple Inc. intends to expand the program to China. Sources familiar with the iPhone maker’s plans told Bloomberg that the program is set to launch in China as soon as March … Continue reading ?

Throng of iPhone app makers roll out support for Apple Watch ahead of April launch

          The Apple Watch only goes on sale April 24, but that’s not stopping app developers from rolling out support for the new wearable. On Thursday a number of app makers – such as Evernote, Dark … Continue reading ?

The solution to Virtual Reality nausea is…Virtual Reality noses?

One of the greatest challenges facing developers of Virtual Reality programs is the tendency for people using their devices to occasionally become violently ill. At a session during Game Developers Conference 2015 in San Francisco, video game legend and Oculus VR … Continue reading ?

GameStop posts weak Q4, continues shifting away from storefront game sales

GameStop Corps posted some less than stellar results for the fourth quarter of its fiscal year, overshadowing the Dallas-based game seller’s otherwise strong showing in 2014. The store reported $3.48 billion for its 2014 Q4 earnings, missing its earlier projection of $3.6 billion … Continue reading ?

Intel aims to optimize the hardware-software relationship | #OCPSummit15

Workload-defined architecture is the way of the future, said the Intel Corporation‘s Raejeanne Skillern. As GM of the Cloud Services Provider Business Unit at Intel, she knows first hand that in order to really take advantage of scale optimization in … Continue reading ?

HTC One M9 hits shelves; here’s what you need to know

If you’re an HTC Corp. fan and have long waited for the company’s next flagship smartphone, the One M9, wait no more. The company announced that the device will go on sale today at midnight or at 12 AM on … Continue reading ?

Bitcoin Weekly 2015 March 25: Noble Markets and Nasdaq software, ChangeTip integration, Paybase woes, and Cryptoine hacked

This week had some interesting revelations with the Noble Markets exchange licensing Nadaq’s own software. ChangeTip began support for live streaming website opening up a chance to tip bitcoin to our favorite streamers. And Coinapult has re-enabled withdrawals from … Continue reading ?

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