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Burner announces new integration with Zapier, a public API and Hostbot

Burner, the app from California-based Ad Hoc Labs Inc., has launched a variety of new features. These include a new integration with automation tool Zapier Inc., a public application programming interface (API) with support for OAuth 2.0 and a chatbot called Hostbot that allows automated communication between guests and short-term rental hosts. Show More Summary

Bill Gates hopes technology and education will break us out of our filter bubbles

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates believes we are stuck inside “filter bubbles,” hardly making use of the wealth of information out there on the Internet, television and social media, our worldviews reinforced inside our own private echo chambers. Show More Summary

Apple’s rumored March event set to showcase new iPad Pro lineup, upgraded iPhone SE, more

Rumors have been making the rounds since last year that Apple Inc. would launch its refreshed iPad Pro lineup in 2017. The latest report from Japanese site Mac Otakara has claimed that Apple will hold an event next month where the company will unveil four iPad Pro models. Show More Summary

Red Hat improves container integration services on OpenShift

The rapid growth of cloud-based Software-as-a-Service systems, Internet of Things and new data streams means that organizations are under increasing pressure to deliver innovative new services. Because of this, API-based architectures...Show More Summary

Google touts GPU-based instances for Google Compute Engine and TensorFlow

Google is touting a new beta service for its cloud that lets customers rent Nvidia Corp. GPUs running in its data centers for machine learning and other heavy compute workloads. The program, which was launched yesterday, allows Google...Show More Summary

GlobalSign brings high-volume security certificates to Internet of Things

Internet security and trusted identity certificate provider GlobalSign announced today that the company has launched its Managed Public Key Infrastructure Platform as a commercial service. With the capability to output certificates in large volume, this new platform can support the security needs of Internet of Things networks at scale. Show More Summary

IBM trains Watson to detect eye problems

It seems that hardly a week goes by nowadays without IBM Corp. finding a new application for its Watson artificial intelligence system. The latest addition to the list is detecting eye problems, an area where the technology giant hopes to automate diagnosis in the same way that it’s doing over on the oncology front. Show More Summary

Microsoft adds Kubernetes to its cloud-based container service

As container adoption continues to grow, cloud providers are putting more and more effort into accommodating applications that use the technology. Microsoft Corp. upped the ante today by adding support for Kubernetes to its Azure Container Service. Show More Summary

Data.world raises $18.7M to build a social network for analytics pros

Analytics professionals have access to a variety of tools that can help them increase the accuracy of their information and add new details from external sources. But according to Data.world Inc., understanding the big picture requires an entirely different kind of service: a social network. Show More Summary

Cisco extends network virtualization to branch offices

Furthering its belated but seemingly earnest push toward network virtualization, Cisco Systems Inc. today introduce a new hardware platform and virtual network services for branch locations, as well as software for virtualizing the network perimeter and extending that capability to co-location centers. Show More Summary

Intel accelerates 5G push with new products, partners and platforms

Having been all but shut out of the first wave of the mobile computing revolution, Intel is moving to make sure lightning doesn’t strike twice. At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, the company is revealing a sweeping set of products,...Show More Summary

Genomic researcher tames container data problem to speed new therapies

If you think you’ve got big data challenges, consider the plight of the Translational Genomics Research Institute. The Phoenix-based nonprofit manages and share data on thousands of patients across a network of academic, government, clinical and corporate partners. Show More Summary

WhatsApp revamps its Status feature: How to use the Snapchat-like status update

To coincide with Facebook Inc.-owned WhatsApp’s eighth birthday this week, the messaging service has updated its WhatsApp Status feature. The Snapchat-like feature will now allow users to share photos, videos and GIFs, decorated with text, emojis and drawings, with their contacts. Show More Summary

Uber’s woes continue as half the world takes swipes at a once friendly giant

The transportation network behemoth, Uber Technologies Inc. of late seems to have aligned itself with a bunch of premonitory biblical expressions, a la how the mighty have fallen or that pride comes before a fall. Amid accusations of...Show More Summary

Wikibon report preview: How big can Amazon Web Services get?

In Wikibon‘s semiannual review of the cloud industry, my colleagues David Floyer and Ralph Finos and I study events and trends in public cloud, true private cloud and X-as-a-service market segments. We’ll soon deliver our overall cloud...Show More Summary

Google and Microsoft agree to censor piracy search results in UK

Searching for pirated media is about to get a bit tougher in the United Kingdom thanks to a new agreement by Alphabet Inc. and Microsoft Corp., both of whom will now demote piracy search terms on Google and Bing, respectively. The two...Show More Summary

Report from Nuance shows how healthcare professionals benefit from AI

Voice and language processing solutions company Nuance Communications Inc.  announced the results of a product study today that shows how much healthcare professionals can benefit from artificial intelligence. The company revealed the...Show More Summary

As companies convert to cloud, why has security become the ‘department of no’?

All these cutting-edge, cloud-based solutions are going to help everyone crunch workloads in no time and turn larger profits — as soon as they can get them past security. Companies pursuing a cloud-first model are hitting a snafu: “They...Show More Summary

Microsoft forms cloud partnership with Flipkart, Amazon’s top rival in India

Microsoft Corp. has announced a new partnership that will make Azure the exclusive cloud platform for Flipkart, the largest online retailer in India. According to Microsoft, Flipkart’s first goal is to implement Azure for its computing infrastructure, adding the cloud platform’s analytical muscle to Flipkart’s existing data centers. Show More Summary

TVSquared raises $6.5M to bring analytics to TV advertising

Although brands invest more than $200 billion in TV ads every year, they lack access to many of the spending optimization capabilities that are available on social media and other online marketing channels. A Scottish startup called TVSquared Inc. Show More Summary

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