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Box builds an even better Box to power enterprise app development

Cloud file sharing firm Box has launched “Box Developer Edition”, a platform designed to be used as the backbone of new apps they build. Announced at the second annual Box Dev Day, the new product allows devs to use only … Continue reading ?

Mesosphere adds Kubernetes container management to its Datacenter OS

An ambitious startup called Mesosphere Inc. is bidding to establish its technology as the default operating system in the data center. Meanwhile there’s Google and its Kubernetes project, which it hopes will become the standard technology for interacting with large … Continue reading ?

Vital-Radio will monitor your heart rate and breathing through your Wi-Fi router

The fitness tracker market is set to boom over the next few years with Parks Associates predicting that the value of the market will increase to $5.4 billion in 2019, up from $2 billion in 2014. Everyone is releasing a … Continue reading ?

Here’s what you’ll find in the new Windows 10 Technical Preview

Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Technical Preview, Build 10061, for members of the Windows Insider Program, and with it testers can enjoy new calendar and mail apps, as well as some improvements to Start, Taskbar, and Action Center. In … Continue reading ?

iOS 9 rumors: new features or pie in the sky?

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2015) is taking place in San Francisco from April 8 to April 12. At the event, Apple is expected to unveil a new version of OS X, a revamped Apple TV box, a new … Continue reading...

Meh: Google launches disappointing Project Fi MVNO

Google Inc. Wednesday launched Project Fi, its long expected wireless service, but despite the hype leading prior to launch, it’s fairly disappointing. First with the basics: as rumored Project Fi customers will access the T-Mobile, Sprint, and Wifi networks, seamlessly … Continue reading ?

Startup Avni says it makes switching clouds drag-and-drop simple

Placing a bet that the profusion of cloud computing platforms has created a new kind of problem as well as an opportunity, startup Avni, Inc. has introduced Software Defined Cloud (SDC) 2.0, a sort of cloud-of-clouds technology that it says … Continue reading ?

How many kittens won’t Facebook save today?

News that Facebook Inc. is again changing its “who sees what” algorithm in a way that just happens to make it more necessary for community groups and small businesses to pay for their messages to be seen — by their own … Continue reading ?

ServiceNow targets proven service management solutions | #Know15

  Enterprise Cloud company ServiceNow, Inc. has evolved its business edition offering with the unveiling of ServiceNow Express, a set of integrated Cloud IT service management applications. Addressing problem-to-solution time   According to Matt Schvimmer, vice president and general manager … Continue reading ?

Bitcoin Weekly 2015 April 22: Mt Gox heist went on for years, CryptoMoms first anniversary, Xapo partners with Taringa!

The crash and burn of Mt Gox felt as if it would shake the foundations of the Bitcoin ecosystem–in hindsight, it did, but not in the way that it seemed it would: instead of causing an economic crash, Mt Gox … Continue reading ?

How to opt into Twitter’s new DM tool

Direct Messaging (DM) has long been a feature of the microblogging service Twitter, Inc., but the downside of this capability is that, unless you are following the person or you are one of the select few who can receive DMs from … Continue reading ?

World of Warcraft creative lead Rob Pardo joins Unity as an advisor

Unity Technologies has announced that World of Warcraft Chief Creative Officer Rob Pardo will be joining the game engine company as a creative advisor. Pardo is a veteran of the video game industry, and he has worked on several highly … Continue reading ?

Nail art just got smart: NailO controls smartphones, lights and more

This week’s Smart Living roundup features nail art stickers that serve as more than just body decoration, a device that makes sense of your old smoke detector and the robotic chef of the future.  . NailO thumbnail trackpad The MIT … Continue reading ?

Rock Band 4 will be co-published by peripheral maker Mad Catz

It has been a long time since a new Rock Band title was released—about three years to be exact, and that is only if you count the Frequency-like rhythm game Rock Band Blitz. It has been closer to five years since Rock Band … Continue reading ?

Real-time data is the key to innovation, says ServiceNow CEO | #Know15

As the president and CEO of ServiceNow, Frank Slootman has a lot to say about workflow, Big Data, and the future of tech. With constantly changing technology and customers demanding rapid innovation, it’s a struggle to stay on top of … Continue reading ?

WANdisco’s new Fusion tool syncs Hadoop clusters

WANdisco Plc. has just announced the release of its new WANdisco Fusion tool, designed to distribute large datasets across multiple Hadoop clusters while keeping them in sync and up to date. WANdisco Fusion uses active replication technologies to deliver up … Continue reading ?

Sign-ups for free HTC Vive VR dev kits are now available

The gaming community was both surprised and intrigued when Valve Corp and HTC Corp announced their virtual reality partnership earlier this year during HTC’s Mobile World Congress presentation. The HTC Vive VR headset is set to challenge Oculus VR in … Continue reading ?

YouTube cuts support to older iOS devices and smart TVs

Google Inc has decided that it is no longer worth supporting YouTube on older devices, so the company has announced that it will be pulling the plug on several outdated systems, including older Apple TVs, iOS devices, and smart TVs. … Continue reading ?

Cyberattackers go ‘phishing’ for corporate victims

Cyberattackers are increasingly focusing their attacks on businesses rather than consumers, according to a new study by security company ProofPoint Inc. The current favored tactic is to exploit the fatigue of middle managers whose inboxes are often overloaded with emails, … Continue reading ?

VMware earnings top analysts’ expectations

VMware Inc. might be worried about the threat posed to its business by containers, but its financial health is looking better than ever following yet another fine quarterly earnings report. The company has just posted first quarter results exceeding analysts’ … Continue reading ?

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