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Steam reveals Source 2, Steam Link, and SteamVR | #GDC2015

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Valve Corporation took to Game Developers Conference (GDC 2015) like a fish to water and has announced a whole slew of new products and services. Amidst them the Source 2 engine, successor to the Source engine used in Valve games … Continue reading ?

Infographic: Black Lotus report reveals DDoS is common, leads to customer churn

In 2014, distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks continued to be a massive concern for numerous Internet services. This was especially signaled by the Christmas Day siege of Xbox Live and PlayStation Network by infamous Internet mayhem crew Lizard Squad. A … Continue reading ?

League of Legends dev talks balancing depth with fun | #GDC2015

Riot Games’ League of Legends (LoL) is one of the most popular games in esports, and this week at Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, LoL’s lead designer Ryan Scott talked about finding the balance between depth, complexity, and fun in video games. … Continue reading ?

Why content doesn’t matter to this data mining business

Data mining social data is driven by technology that continues to break new ground. Some would go so far as to say this tech has unlimited reach, with the potential to improve society’s overall health. Currently, organizations of all types are utilizing … Continue reading ?

Big screen showdown: Galaxy S6 Edge vs. iPhone 6 Plus

Challenging the norms of smartphone design, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. unveiled two flagship devices at Mobile World Congress this week: the flat screen Galaxy S6 and the dual-curved screen Galaxy S6 Edge. Between the sibling handsets specifications vary little, the … Continue reading ?

OpenGL successor Vulkan will level up the gaming industry

A successor to OpenGL, the open source graphics library that stands as a direct rival to Microsoft’s DirectX 12 library and Apple’s Metal, has been named by The Khronos Group, a consortium of schools and businesses tasked with maintaining OpenGL … Continue reading ?

A lamp that literally connects loved ones around the world

This week’s Smart Living roundup features connected lamps to bring loved ones closer, a smart home solution for renters and the first home-car automation integration.  . Good Night Lamp Whether you’re heading across country for college or a new job, moving … Continue reading ?

Network Wars: Aruba give HP needed credibility in wireless market

Hewlett-Packard Co. yesterday confirmed rumors it wants to buy out Aruba Networks Inc., announcing it would acquire the company later this year in a deal worth almost $3 billion. The acquisition has been approved by the board of directors at … Continue reading ?

Game community conflicts are “like inflammation in the body” | #GDC2015

In the last two years, game developers have learned that public relations in the video game industry is about far more than customer service. With heated conflicts arising more and more between different groups of players, many game makers are finding … Continue reading ?

Zuckerberg reassures telecoms that Facebook is a friend

Facebook Inc has made major strides in helping developing countries connect to the web thanks to its Internet.org charity organization, but yesterday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook and Google receive too much … Continue reading ?

Drones in the enterprise: How high can they go?

Drones, also called unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are undergoing a dramatic transformation as they evolve from expensive toy to critical business tool. Fitted with sensors and miniature cameras, these unpiloted aircraft are being pressed into service in many industries – … Continue reading ?

Google confirms Android Pay, mobile payments war escalates

Last week rumors surfaced that Google Inc. will introduce Android Pay, a new payments API to power in-store and in-app payments for third-party Android apps. In an announcement made yesterday at Mobile World Congress, taking place in Barcelona this week, … Continue reading ?

PayPal acquires Paydiant, recommits to mobile payments war

  On Monday, PayPal announced that it had reached an agreement to acquire Paydiant Inc., a mobile payments company that provides technology that enables retailers to create their own branded mobile wallets. While PayPal has not disclosed the deal value, … Continue reading ?

Tech giants launch ACE to standardize mobile security in the enterprise

A group of top enterprise vendors has launched a new industry  initiative at the Mobile World Congress this morning with the goal of establishing a common standard for how workers access company data from their smartphones and tablets. The effort … Continue reading ?

Microsoft’s new ultra-thin foldable keyboard will fit in your pocket and work on any device with Bluetooth

It so often happens when you’re on the go that you want to type out a long message, or jot down an idea, or even wax poetical, but you can’t be bothered tapping it out on your phone. It looks … Continue reading ?

HP acquires Aruba Networks for $3 billion

Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) has acquired wireless networking infrastructure technology outfit Aruba Networks Inc. According to reports the terms of the transaction will see HP buy Aruba for $24.67 per share in cash. The deal is worth $3 billion, but $2.7 billion net … Continue reading ?

Google confirms the rumors, will offer cell services as a MVNO

Google Inc has confirmed speculation that it’s entering the mobile phone carrier space as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO.) Google’s Sundar Pichai said at a speech at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that the tech giant will enter the … Continue reading ?

Wikibon: In-memory databases turn Big Data into actionable insights

Big data promises to revolutionize business. But often business opportunities are fleeting. A retailer, for example, can only use information on up-selling a customer while that customer is in the store or on the retailer’s Web site. Once the customer … Continue reading ?

VMware targets telcos with vCloud For NFV

VMware Inc. is pushing into the telecommunications sector with a new version of its management stack that has been adapted for the needs of large network operators. The repackaged suite includes specialized capabilities to support mobile traffic. That kind of … Continue reading ?

PC gaming market expected to exceed $35 billion by 2018 says OGA report

The Open Gaming Alliance (OGA) announced plans to release an annual research report on the games industry at the end of March. This report contends that PC gaming is not just a growing industry, it’s an ever-expanding market that will … Continue reading ?

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