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A motley crew of tech firms have banded together to launch a new certificate authority initiative called “Let’s Encrypt”, that hopes to make the World Wide Web a safer place to be. Let’s Encrypt, which is backed by Akamai Technologies … Continue reading ?
Teradata Corp. and MapR Technologies Inc. are joining forces to make their vision for Hadoop more appealing to organizations that are adopting the open source framework in pursuit of cost savings and better business insights. The collaboration builds on the … Continue reading ?
According to Daring Fireball‘s John Gruber (via The Tech Block), Apple Inc. could introduce its “biggest camera jump ever” in the next-generation iPhone. In a recent episode of his podcast The Talk Show, Gruber said, “The specific thing I heard is that … Continue reading ?
Microsoft Corp. is further its move toward open-source integration with the release of a new tool to manage Docker containers inside its Windows Server operating system. The new Docker Command Line Interface for Windows comes just weeks after Microsoft teamed … Continue reading ?
IBM is rolling out a new collaboration service that puts an analytic spin on the traditional email formula in a bid to help enterprise workers share information with peers more effectively. Hyped as a reinvention of email itself, the platform … Continue reading ?
Apple Inc. announced yesterday, the availability of WatchKit, which is software that provides developers with a set of tools to make apps for Apple Watch. “Apple Watch is our most personal device ever, and WatchKit provides the incredible iOS developer … Continue reading ?
Enterprise Linux vendor SUSE LLC has burst onto the software-defined storage scene with a major new release at this year’s SuseCon conference in Orlando, Florida. SUSE introduced a new solution called SUSE Storage. Currently in beta, it’s described as a … Continue reading ?
For U.S. merchants, Black Friday is a huge extravaganza of deals offered and prices dropped in an attempt to entice as many shoppers as possible through their doors. In light of this sort of retail holiday, Jon Holmquist founded Bitcoin Black … Continue reading ?
A new report from Black Lotus, a leader in availability security and provider of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection, shows that attackers are using less bandwidth to cause trouble but are getting smarter about how their attacks work. Distributed … Continue reading ?
Nokia Oyj unveiled the Nokia N1 this week, a new Android tablet soon to hit the market that looks strikingly similar to Apple Inc.’s iPad mini 3. The question is, does the Nokia N1 have what it takes to compete with … Continue readi...
Austin-based technology company StepOne, Inc. has announced the launch of its new service: Care Profiler, a data analytics tool that acts as “the first CT scan for customer service.” When most people hear the words “customer service,” they imagine long hold times and bouncing around different … Continue reading ?
This week’s Smart Living roundup features the expansion of an existing smart home partnership, a smart water sprinkler, and a new Bluetooth platform for the connected car. . GE and Quirky launch more connected products General Electric Co. will be … Continue reading ?
The new converged virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) announced recently by Dell and Nutanix can cut 25 percent off the total lifetime cost of a large VDI infrastructure writes Wikibon CTO David Floyer. Floyer cites an example of the total three-year … Continue reading ?
November has traditionally been one of the busiest months in terms of big-name video game releases, and with good reason: publishers want to put out their guaranteed big sellers right before the holiday shopping season. This year is no different, … Continue reading ?
Intel Corp. is planning a bit of a structural shakeup, announcing that it will combine its PC and mobile chip groups into a single entity after struggling to crack the mobile device market. The shakeup was announced via an email … Continue reading ?
Despite selling its mobile business to Microsoft and facing public opinion that Nokia Oyj had abandoned the mobile market, the Finnish company reminds the world it’s still alive and kicking with news of the upcoming Nokia N1 tablet. But is Nokia … Continue reading ?
In an era where public concern over omnipresent and oppressive government surveillance is at an historical high, partly attributable to Edward Snowden’s National Security Agency (NSA) revelations, nine of the world’s biggest tech companies are fighting for the public’s right to internet … Continue reading ?
More government agencies are using Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) to get more done while their budgets remain stagnant. Aaron Hughes, systems architect at the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, says that his organization has been using … Continue reading ?
“Our customers don’t win unless the ecosystem wins,” said Terry Wise, Director of Worldwide Partner Ecosystem at Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Services (AWS). This realization, he said, has lead to a “tweaking” of the AWS strategy. Their current objectives include: … Continue reading ?
For sale in 2012 at a price of only $35, the Raspberry Pi revolutionized the world of low-cost Linux-based developer platforms. Since then the vendor, Adafruit Industries, has sold more than four million, a figure that displays the success of the project. The … Continue reading ?