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Sony backflips: The Interview will now show in a limited theatrical release, VOD

Sony Corp. has announced that it will allow showings of The Interview in a limited theatrical release, after previously cravenly giving in to threats following its much publicized hacking by North Korea. At the time of writing screenings of the comedy have been … Continue reading ?

Businesses will finally own their data, says InsightSquared: 2015 Tech Predictions

In 2015, software purchase decisions will be further decentralized within organizations, customer patience for long implementation cycles will wane, and every employee in the organization will have access to the data they need. This is all according to Fred Shilmover, … Continue reading ?

Data forensics will combat rising cyber threats, says EXASOL: 2015 Tech Predictions

In 2015, data science sophistication will increase, an explosion of new tools and services will occur, and the gap will widen between the expectations of data scientists and the fulfillment of those roles by data scientists. This is all according … Continue reading ?

Predictions for DevOps in 2015: The Year of Smart DevOps

For some, it’s hard to pin down exactly what DevOps is, but it’s not hard to describe what it means: better collaboration between development and operations using a method designed to speed up the lifecycle of releases from development to … Continue reading ?

Track Santa with these 5 apps and websites: Live chat, write to Santa

Though technology can sometimes seem to take away from the magic of the holidays, it can also keep the spirit alive. Just a day before Santa is expected to start his Christmas Eve journey, technology provides us a way to … Continue reading ?

2015 Technology Predictions: Druva on Big Data

As 2014 nears its end, it’s the perfect time for our second annual Technology Predictions series in which industry experts share their predictions about the hot tech trends that they think will take center stage in 2015. We’ll be sharing … Continue reading ?

IDC highlights top Big Data trends for 2015

Fewer tech trends are likely to be hotter than Big Data analytics in 2015 as far as the enterprise is concerned. Hot on the heels of Forrester’s forecast that Hadoop will become an “enterprise priority” in the next 12 months, … Continue reading ?

A changing tide in tablet sales? New Microsoft site pushes Surface Pro 3 on MacBook users

In the consumer tech days of yore when the now mighty Apple Inc. was still playing catch-up to the seemingly insuperable Redmond giant Microsoft Corp. it was the former who were often seen tempting people to ‘switch over’ to their … Continue reading ?

3 games from 2014 that should have been great, but weren’t

2014 has seen the release of several long awaited games, including followups to some of gaming’s biggest franchises, but it has also seen the release of several huge disappointments that suffered from game-breaking bugs, missing features, and uninspired gameplay. Here is … Continue reading ?

HP thinks it’s got a better way to run Hadoop | #HPdiscover

Running Hadoop on converged infrastructure is not a particularly attractive proposition. The massive workloads that the data-crunching framework is designed to handle require an entirely different ratio of compute and storage resources than the typical enterprise application demands. That balance … Continue reading ?

Twitter shares spike amidst speculation of CEO’s departure

Twitter Inc.’s flagging stock saw a sharp rise yesterday after analysts predicted that CEO Dick Costolo’s reign at the company will soon come to an end. Despite the popularity of the micro-blogging service, Twitter has been in rough shape over the … Continue reading ?

North Korea kicked entirely offline in apparent Sony hack retaliation

If you play with fire, expect to get burned. That’s a lesson that North Korea has learned the hard way after suddenly finding itself wiped off the face of the Internet, following an outage that appears to be the result … Continue reading ?

Judge refuses to lift Autonomy albatross from HP’s neck

The botched acquisition of Autonomy Corp., keeps coming back to haunt Hewlett-Packard Co.. Three years and a leadership change after plunking down $11.7 billion for the British analytics provider, HP has hit another legal stumbling block as a U.S. District Judge … Continue reading ?

KipstR: a 3D-printed wearable that records TV shows when you doze off

A new wristband, called KipstR, wants to make sure you never miss another minute of your favorite TV show because you dozed off on the couch. The 3D-printed wearable acts like a TiVo remote and can pause or record whatever … Continue reading ?

South Korean nuclear plant breached by unknown hackers

North Korea’s ongoing cyberwar with Sony Pictures and the US might be stealing most of the headlines this Christmas, but that hasn’t spared its near-neighbor South Korea from a hacking scandal of its own. Reports at the weekend suggested one … Continue reading ?

LG’s new W-Fi speakers respond to text messages and auto-plays your music

Ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), scheduled to take place in Las Vegas early in January 2015, LG Electronics Inc. has unveiled some innovative new mobile features for its Music Flow wireless speaker system. The lineup includes a new … Continue reading ?

Oracle gobbles up Datalogix for smarter marketing services

Oracle gave itself an early Christmas present on Monday with the acquisition of Datalogix Inc., a top supplier of consumer spending information for use in analytics. No financial details were disclosed for the deal, which is the latest in a … Continue reading ?

Charlie Shrem handed 2 year jail sentence for Silk Road money laundering

In January of this year, Charlie Shrem, CEO of Bitcoin exchange service BitInstant, was arrested over allegations of money laundering. Reports stated that Shrem and a man named Robert Faiella, also known as BTCKing, planned to sell more than $1 … Continue reading ?

Bitcoin 2015: here’s the early bull and bear predictions

Where will Bitcoin head in 2015? It’s December and that means it’s prediction time, and so far with pre-Christmas predictions there’s a split of opinion between those predicting a bull or bear market. Bulls At the head of the bullish Bitcoin … Continue reading ?

Google reveals first working autonomous self-driving vehicle prototype

Google has revealed the first “real build” prototype working version of its autonomous self-driving vehicle. The new car, part of Google’s self driving car project, is the first fully functional self-driving car designed from the ground up by the company. … Continue reading ?

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