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Semi smart wearable: Victoria’s Secret offers bra with heart-rate monitor support

With the wearable technology market currently undergoing strong growth, it was only a matter of time until the technology came to undergarments. Victoria’s Secret is now offering the heart-rate monitor compatible sports bra. The bra, which doesn’t come with anything … Continue reading ?

Jaspersoft drives vision of BI for the rest of us | #reinvent

Six months after merging into TIBCO Software Inc., Jaspersoft is continuing to spread its vision for embedded business intelligence (BI) to new markets and seek customers who wouldn’t otherwise consider BI solutions, according to cloud veep Karl Van den Berg. … Continue reading ?

Government uses law passed by First Congress to access locked phone

The year is 1789. George Washington sat as the first President of the United States after taking office in April, and the first Congress passed a range of laws while sitting at Federal Hall in New York City, including one … Continue reading ?

GoPro to enter the drone market

GoPro Inc. is said to be expanding its range to embrace the growing drone market, according to reports. The Wall Street Journal claims that the popular action camera maker will “start selling multi-rotor helicopters equipped with high definition cameras late … Continue reading ?

CryptoPHP backdoor threatens WordPress, Drupal, Joomla users

Pirate theme and plugin providers are targeting WordPress, Drupal and Joomla users through a packaged backdoor called CryptoPHP. The package gives hackers the ability to command and control server communication, mail communication as well as manual control on other server wide … Continue reading ?

Cities will only become smart by working together: Report

This week’s Smart City roundup features a report on the smart city market, a technology platform for smart infrastructure, and a new patent for invisible bar codes.  . Smart city market value to reach $1.565 trillion in 2020   A … Continue reading ?

AWS public sector boss: Cloud computing unclogging governments everywhere | #reinvent

The government doesn’t exactly have a reputation for staying on top of technology trends, but when it comes to cloud computing, the bureaucratic machine seems to be making an exception. Amazon Web Services (AWS) global public sector vice president Teresa … Continue reading ?

2014 new parents holiday gift guide: 5 high-tech baby gadgets

Welcome to the fourth installment of SiliconANGLE Media’s 2014 Holiday Gift Guide series. In this series of gift guides, we’ve been giving you cool high-tech gift ideas for your friends and loved ones this holiday season. We kicked it off … Continue reading ?

BitTorrent to launch original series Fall 2015

BitTorrent Inc. has jumped on the bandwagon currently occupied by Netflix Inc. and by announcing a release date for its first original series. The series titled Children of the Machine, is directed by German producer Marco Weber (Brooklyn’s Finest, Unthinkable) and … Continue reading ?

Did Microsoft just give away its newest acquisition, a revolutionary email app?

A post on Microsoft’s official blog, that has since disappeared, suggests that the company might be about to purchase the email start-up company Accompli. The post, which was written by Microsoft’s corporate vice presidentRajesh Jha, was headed ‘blank post please … Continue reading ?

Why Nintendo’s Game Boy mobile patent is bad news for emulators

Nintendo Co., LTD. filed an application on Thursday with the United States Patent & Trademark Office for “Hand-Held Video Game Platform Emulation.” The patent would cover the use of video game software from the Nintendo Game Boy “on a low-capability target … Continue reading ?

Can BlackBerry revive its fortunes in enterprise mobility management?

BlackBerry last week unveiled its mobile enterprise platform BlackBerry Enterprise Server 12, which allows IT departments to manage Android and iOS devices plus BlackBerry’s own smartphones. It also announced it will integrate Samsung’s Know enterprise security system with the platform, … Continue reading ?

Euro MPs vote to break up Google in totally meaningless gesture

European MPs have had Google in their sights for some time now, and have just upped the ante by voting to “unbundle search engines from commercial services”, which would effectively mean breaking up the company. It should be noted yesterday’s … Continue reading ?

Facebook privacy policy still might not be good enough for UK

Reading the Facebook privacy policy is “like engaging with ‘Shakespeare’ ” according to a British committee, who says that social media sites should do more to ensure that users understand exactly what is being done with their data. The British parliament’s … Continue reading ?

Apple Watch site updated, showcases new Watch features

Apple Inc. has updated the marketing site for its upcoming Apple Watch. The site now has more details about the wearable and showcases its many features in detail with the help of beautiful interactive graphics. The site focuses on three … Continue reading ?

Android Pay is coming to China, UnionPay courts smartphone makers

Android could soon be a strong player in the mobile payments market and provide Apple Inc. with some competition. The largest issuer of debit and credit cards in China, China UnionPay has been promoting Android Pay, according to Shanghai’s China … Continue reading ?

Bored with mom & dad spying on your Facebook? Here’s 5 alternatives

Facebook, Inc. is still the largest and most popular social networking service used worldwide but its younger user base is slowly dwindling. According to a new report from GlobalWebIndex, Facebook has 1.35 billion active monthly users, but it’s userbase in … Continue reading ?

Where to get real-time Black Friday alerts: Twitter and beyond

Creating a shopping list for Black Friday is one thing, but staying on top of the hottest deals across the bevy of participating retailers is another. The biggest discounts seem to go the fastest, so you’ll need all the help you … Continue reading ?

A decade of great ideas for VMware and Dell | #DellWorld

Tom Surdey, VP for Strategic Alliances and Emerging Partners at VMware Inc. talks about their relationship with Dell Inc., in a live interview with theCUBE at Dell World 2014. “It’s a very exciting time for VMware if you look at … Continue reading ?

EU demands “right to be forgotten” goes international

Europe’s “right to be forgotten” has generated a lot of controversy since Google was forced to start deleting some links from its search engine. But so far the ruling has only been applied to Google’s European domains – like … Continue reading ?

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