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Adding to the momentum of cloud services in the health care industry, goBalto Inc. raised another $12 million from investors on Wednesday to help accelerate the development of new drugs. The investment brings the startup’s total funding to $37.6 million, … Continue reading ?
Smart jewelry start-up Ringly has raised $5.1 million in Series A funding led by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. New investors to the party included High Line Ventures and Silas Capital. Earlier investors, who took part in Ringly’s $1 million … Continue reading ?
For offshore workers, getting paid can be a real pain in the ass. The problem is that third-party payment services, not too mention outsourcing websites, take a very significant cut from the wages they earn. Then there’s the transaction fees … Continue reading ?
Oracle Corp. is going after the core of the data center with the latest generation of its Engineered Systems, offering much higher performance at what it says is half the price of comparable systems from industry leader VCE Co. LLC. … Continue reading ?
At the Windows 10 consumer preview event yesterday (the full presentation can be seen here) Microsoft’s Operating System Group chief Terry Myerson announced that people running Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 on their devices will receive the … Continue reading ?
Google Inc. is reported to be entering the cell provider space with a deal that will establish the tech giant as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO.) The Information claims that the new service will be called “Nova” and will operate … Continue reading ?
Blackberry Ltd. CEO John Chen has today called on Congress to implement “Application Neutrality,” a proposal that would legally force app makers to provide a version of their apps that would work on Blackberry devices. A perhaps mentally unhinged Chen argues … Continue reading ?
Today, Microsoft Corporation managed to capture the rapt attention of a million geeks—and everyone else—when the software giant unveiled its newest product: an augmented reality headset called HoloLens. Windows Holographic is essentially a head-mounted display as a pair of goggles … Continue reading ?
Oracle Corporation customers, said Mike Palmeter, Senior Director of Product Engineering at Oracle, are looking for ways to “divest themselves of tech responsibilities.” They “want to go up” the stack instead of focusing their efforts on low-level infrastructure in order … Continue reading ?
Mobile, cloud, and analytics are taking the enterprise into uncharted territory, and Oracle Corporation is poised to help them conquer this new realm, according to Matt Eastwood, Group VP & GM of the Enterprise Platform Group, IDC. Big business have realized … Continue reading ?
Oracle Corporation‘s long years of investment in engineering are paying off in a big way, said John Fowler, EVP of Systems at Oracle. The goal, he explained, was to build, “bigger, more powerful systems that are more cost effective because … Continue reading ?
“Oracle is making a big march toward converged computing,” said Mike Jennings, CEO, Secure24. In his interview with theCUBE co-hosts John Furrier and Dave Vellante at Oracle’s Next Generation Engineered Systems Lanch event, he said that “as a partner and … Continue reading ?
The City of San Francisco’s Controller’s Office says their main tech challenge is hiring the IT staff they need to compete with companies such as Google or Uber Technologies, Inc. Dennis McCormick, Deputy Director, Controller’s Office, City of San Francisco explained … Continue reading ?
2014 has been a year of incredible innovation for the connected home. With lower hardware prices, increased bandwidth availability, abundance of cloud capacity, incredible sensor miniaturization, advances in wireless standards and an abundance of mobile devices and interfaces, the foundation … Continue reading ?
Oracle rolled out a mammoth batch of patches on Tuesday in the first of four annual security fixes for its vast array of enterprise software products. What makes the otherwise routine update stand out is the sheer number of vulnerabilities … Continue reading ?
Google is boldly going where no web giant has gone before, and along with investment firm Fidelity is pumping a massive $1 billion into Elon Musk’s SpaceX space transportation company. Together, Google and Fidelity now own almost 10 percent of … Continue reading ?
This week saw Coinbase receive the largest funding round in the history of Bitcoin-related startups, which is an amazing thing following investment trends in the Bitcoin industry. And ChangeTip adds Facebook to its stable of social media that people can … Continue reading ?
What happens when extreme performance meets extreme savings? That’s the question Oracle Corp. will be answering when it launches its next-generation engineered systems on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. Watch our live coverage here on SiliconANGLE.com (see streaming video to the … Continue reading ?
This week’s Smart Living roundup features a future-proof smart light bulb, a refrigerator that also brews your morning cup of coffee and a Chinese phone maker that will test smart home modules later this month. Connected Cree LED Bulb … Continue reading ?
Applications and software will undergo a radical transformation in the coming years as developers move to embrace all-flash environments in the data center. This transformation will be hastened by the continuing evolution of all-flash array architectures, which research firm Wikibon … Continue reading ?