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This may shock some of you and others maybe not so much. There are hackers out there that love to experiment with drones. Thankfully the ones we know about are good guys. When they find some weakness or pull off … Continue reading ?
When Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos revealed the company’s octocopters, the drones set to revolutionize the concept of package delivery, many were awed, some in disbelief, while others began dreaming of ways to pwn them. The simplest way of stealing Amazon’s … Continue reading ?
Hardware juggernaut Dell is upping the ante on data center management with a new release of Active Systems Manager. The update marks the latest milestone in the company’s effort to cement its foothold in the converged infrastructure space, a fast … Continue reading ?
As CEO Meg Whitman closes in on enterprise services, Hewlett-Packard is venturing beyond familiar ground in pursuit of new revenue opportunities. On Tuesday the company pulled the curtains back on Propel, a new freemium cloud offering designed to make IT … Continue reading ?
President Barack Obama has been photographed numerous times using his BlackBerry phone. Many people believed that this is because he just loves his BlackBerry so much, and couldn’t care less for any other mobile phone. But now he’s admitted, that’s … Continue reading ?
An underground online marketplace that sold illicit goods including guns and drugs has suddenly vanished without trace, taking with it as much as $100 million worth of Bitcoin, in what has been labelled as the “Biggest Darknet Scam Ever”, according … Continue reading ?
OpenStack is a tough sell in the enterprise. Despite strong industry support, the platform is still immature and suffers from a lack of transparency about how it differentiates itself from VMware vCloud and Amazon Web Services. Mirantis and IBM are … Continue reading ?
Security researchers have discovered an online hoard of more than 1.5 million stolen passwords for user accounts on top websites like Google, Facebook, Yahoo and Twitter. The database of stolen user credentials was discovered by researchers at Trustwave’s Spiderlabs, which … Continue reading ?
Every fifth person on Earth already has a smartphone. The majority of these people live in economically developed countries. For example, people in the United States own 13 percent of all the smartphones in the world while only accounting for … Continue reading ?
Hospital IT shops live in a world of their own, dominated by systems that are often the opposite of open and where combining data from the patient care and financial management systems is a major challenge. That is exactly what … Continue reading ?
Xiaogang Cao is an entrepreneur and journalist, and in recent days his name is appearing in the Internet because he posted a picture of rather special mining extraction. We’re talking about images that portray a specialized datacenter, aka one of … Continue reading ?
Hosted by AmbushedGamer, indie game fans, streamers, and developers are joining together for the first time in the first annual 12 Days of Indie charity stream. The charity stream is set to include a number of streamers, fans and developers … Continue reading ?
It’s a week after BTC value exceeded $1,000 and we had Bitcoin Friday (taking advantage of the “retail holiday” Black Friday.) As a result of the value in excess of $1,000 popular market charting website Bitcoinity has switched to mBTC … Continue reading ?
2013 is almost over. We’ve seen a lot of interesting trends over the past few months. As the year draws to a close, let’s look at what we can expect for 2014. 2014 Trends. Wearable Tech 2013 was big … Continue reading ?
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 ?