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When Andy Rubin was replaced by Sundar Pichai as head of Android and Chrome, many thought that he’d be leaving the company for pastures new. But now, it’s been revealed that in fact, he’s been be working on something much … Continue reading ?
Wearable technology has received a significant amount of attention this year, and the era of connected devices is only expected to gain popularity as people become more mobile. With that in mind, Broadcom Corporation, a global company specializing in semiconductor … Continue reading ?
This week’s SmartCar roundup features Volvo’s Gothenburg project and its take on EVs, and Ford’s self-parking car. Volvo’s Gothenburg project Car manufacturers are racing to be the first to market autonomous vehicles by 2020, but Volvo seems to be … Continue reading ?
DataSift announced on Tuesday that it has raised $42 million in Series C financing to expand into new markets and accelerate the development of its flagship platform, a social media analytics solution used by more than 1,000 companies in 40 … Continue reading ?
Just a few weeks ago, SiliconANGLE’s theCUBE broadcast live from the AWS re:Invent 2013 conference. One of the interview broadcasts welcomed the director of developer marketing for Splunk, Jon Rooney. Wikibon’s Dave Vellante and Jeff Kelly sat down with Rooney … Continue reading ?
Today I want to re-visit the AWS re:Invent conference, held just 2 weeks ago in Las Vegas. The co-founder and CTO of MongoDB, Elliot Horowitz, stopped in for a candid conversation with John Furrier and Dave Vellante on SiliconANGLE’s theCUBE, … Continue reading ?
Unified monitoring provider Zenoss is extending its flagship Service Dynamics suite with two new plug-ins for Windows Server and Azure environments. In a release, Zenoss cited Bloomberg projections that Azure deployments will surpass $1 billion in sales this year thanks … Continue reading ?
Last week, Sony revealed that it applied for a SmartWig, a wearable device that looks a lot like your ordinary wig but functions as an aid to the visually impaired and can give directions to people travelling. Not one to … Continue reading ?
Apple has officially jumped on the Big Data bandwagon with the acquisition of Topsy Labs, a social media analytics startup headquartered in San Francisco. The consumer electronics giant confirmed the buy after insiders leaked the news to the Wall Street … Continue reading ?
It’s no secret that some major banks aren’t really all that enamored with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Last month there were reports that US banks like Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Citibank were shutting down the bank … Continue reading ?
We’ve heard how Big Data is transforming various industries, and how it can affect the fortunes of big businesses, but very few actually specify how Big Data is transforming the world and people’s lives. To illustrate this, WhoIsHostingThis.com has created … Continue reading ?
By and large, Bitcoin miners tend to be decent folk, and so it’s always disappointing to hear stories of those who’re abusing the system. Such is the case with a company that goes by the name of Mutual Public a.k.a. … Continue readi...
Mobile shoppers are out in force this holiday season. After sifting through terabytes of transactional data from about 800 U.S. retail websites, IBM found that Black Friday deals on smartphones and tablets accounted for 21.8 percent of total online sales, … Continue reading ?
Software-defined storage (SDS) is not an opportunity to move to the cheapest available storage arrays warns Consultant and Wikibon Analyst Scott Lowe in “Software defined Storage Does Not Mean the End of Hardware Costs“. Actually, most vendors, including Scale Computing, … Continue reading ?
CIOs should insist on built-in data telemetry on system performance in any new data arrays they buy, writes Consultant and Wikibon Analyst Scott Lowe in “CIOs Should Require Analytics As part of Vendor Infrastructure Support“. Advanced telemetry is a mainstream … Continue reading ?
As an e-book reader and advocate going back 15-plus years, I am getting thoroughly sick of hearing about the wonderful heft and smell and feel of physical books. Every time I hear a discussion (usually a podcast) someone waxes poetic … Continue reading ?
Back in May, Kaggle ran a competition with hack/reduce and dunnhumby focused on using big data predictive analysis on product launches. The objective: to discover how to predict the level of success or failure of a product by looking at … Continue reading ?
Sumo Logic has positioned itself at the forefront of the Internet of Things with a cloud-based machine data analytics solution that empowers organizations to tame the rapid growth in information without a hefty upfront capital investment. Bruno Kurtic, the firm’s … Continue reading ?
Cloud computing has really made it’s mark on the industry. In addition to improving the agility influence on the communication and collaboration between developers and IT operations with the DevOps model cloud-technology has lowered costs, changed the enterprise, and given … Continue reading ?
In general, the native apps are still favored by developers over web applications due to the fact that they are able to ensure a higher level of performance and greater integration with the operating systems adopted by mobile devices, such … Continue reading ?