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Two trends in particular have disrupted the storage market in recent years: Flash and software-led initiatives. They’re both game-changers, destined to meet along the path to evolved storage architecture. But will that inevitable juncture be met with harmony or conflict? … Continue reading ?
The United States National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) is the nuclear energy branch of the Department of Energy (DOE). Their critical operations oversee a number of sensitive nuclear-related missions, including weaponry, nonproliferation, nuclear security, navy operations, counterterrorism and defense. A … Continue reading ?
When a hot tech start-up gets acquired by a mega-vendor, there are a number of natural evolutions that occur. Among them is the inevitable departure of some of the company’s founding members and other top talent. I say inevitable because … Continue reading ?
Earlier this month it was reported that Facebook was in the final stages of acquiring Waze, the crowd-sourced app that gives users community-generated, real time traffic and road alerts including accidents, hazards, police traps, and more. The acquisition was priced … Continue reading ?
In today’s NewsDesk Show news roundup (see full video below): Chrome 28 unveiled a day after predecessor was released; Google’s new photo search feature may violate privacy; Rhapsody releases redesigned iPhone app; Atari to undergo $22.2M bankruptcy auction; Microsoft releases … Continue reading ?
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) put out a notice about a “potential PII incident” this week. PII of course means Personal Identifiable Information. The issue centers on a recently discovered vulnerability that put the personal information of thousands and thousands … Continue reading ?
If you’re Android user and happen to own a compatible phone, there’s a good chance that you’ve already tried Facebook Home – once – then immediately uninstalled it because it really sucks. This is why Facebook has decided to pull … Continue reading ?
You may not have seen last night’s news about the collapsed freeway bridge in Washington State that sent cars tumbling into the icy waters of the River Skagit, 55 miles north of Seattle. Thankfully rescuers say that nobody was seriously … Continue reading ?
As Yahoo announced its acquisition of Tumblr and a significant update to Flickr in the same day — my first reaction was, “why did they blow their load in one day?” Our news cycle is short, but even as short … Continue reading ?
When Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One there were a lot of mixed reactions. Some were impressed, others were disappointed, and some just didn’t care at all. Microsoft touts the One as an all-in-one entertainment system, meaning not only will it … Continue reading ?
Today most big organization are in a transition, trying to find their way in a new business world that demands agility and harnessing new technologies to seize the business opportunities that will spell prosperity or just survival in the reality … Continue reading ?
Natural disasters can happen in the blink of an eye, leaving a devastating trail of debris and memories. Some say that these tragedies can be prevented lessened, if only we had better technology to predict natural disasters and steer clear. … Continue reading ?
Intel has a lot riding on the success of its upcoming Haswell processor, which represents the next big generational shift in its line of flagship PC chips. In an effort to build up some excitement ahead of its launch, the … Continue reading ?
The mobile industry is steadily warming up to Big Data. Developers are seeking out new sources of competitive advantage, and gaining a better understanding of their users and applications is often at the top of their lists. This week, Appcelerator … Continue reading ?
On today’s SiliconANGLE Live NewsDesk Show, (see live feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand), we discuss the crowd-sourced mapping app Waze, and the who’s who of web giants, including Google Now, interested in buying it. Its being reported … Continue reading ?
The fightback against patent trolls is picking up steam with new ammunition materializing in the form of Texas Senator John Cornyn’s newly introduced Patent Abuse Reduction Act of 2013. According to Cornyn, the bill is designed to act as a … Continue reading ?
On Tuesday VMware unveiled its vCloud Hybrid Service, an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution meant to hinder Amazon’s expansion into the traditional enterprise market. Wikibon senior analyst Stu Miniman discussed the news in a recent interview with SiliconAngle’s Kristin Feledy. VMware first … Continue reading ?
What with Facebook’s attempted acquisition of Waze thrown into doubt, reports have emerged that Google is about to drive forward with its own attempt to purchase the social mapping application. With Microsoft and Apple also rumoured to be interested, the … Continue reading ?
The desktop is generally a boring place, stuffed with thick, noisy, energy-sucking devices that sit all day and take up valuable desktop space. Of course, without these devices, business across the world would come to a standstill as just about … Continue reading ?
Perhaps you’ve noticed the surge of online hack attacks in recent months, targeting celebrities and every day users alike. Whether you’re a government organization or a corporate entity, the proliferation of the networked web has opened up infinite paths to … Continue reading ?