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Barely a few hours after Microsoft’s new Xbox One console was launched in the US, and already the online community is poking fun at the electronics giant for its focus on the console’s new TV features at the expense of … Continue reading ?
Even long before releasing the Glass project in public, Google imposed a number of restrictions for the prospective users for the usage of head-mounted display. Later, it created an entire list of rules and restrictions on the functionality of apps … Continue reading ?
Google’s entry into the Infrastructure-as-a-Service market with the Google Compute Engine (GCE) is an immediate challenge to Amazon’s dominance. Certainly Amazon sees it that way, as evidenced by the price war that has immediately broken out between the two Internet … Continue reading ?
Today leading edge companies are grasping the opportunities provided by technologies like the cloud, mobile computing, and Big Data to create innovative change in their organizations, in some cases to the point of completely reinventing their businesses. CEOs are acknowledging … Continue reading ?
As part of the presentation today for #XboxReveal in which Microsoft unveiled the next-generation Xbox One console, Marc Whitten took the stage to talk about what makes the gaming console tick. He started by describing how software, hardware, and sensors … Continue reading ?
In today’s NewsDesk news roundup: Flickr’s new update and terabyte offering; Microsoft pushes original content with The Music Room; AWS gets FedRAMP accreditation; Dish Chairman offers to purchase LightSquared assets for $2B; Facebook “share dialogue” moves out of beta; Square … Continue reading ?
Simon Biddiscombe, the chief executive officer and president of QLogic, left his post to “pursue other opportunities” in an abrupt move that took many by surprise. Chief technology officer Jean Hu has assumed the role of interim CEO until a … Continue reading ?
The long awaited Bitcoin miners from Butterfly Labs are finally shipping after 8 months of delay. The company offers four configurations: Jalapeno, which is a 5 GH/s Bitcoin Miner; “Little Single” a 25 GH/s Bitcoin Miner; “Single” a 50 GH/S … Continue reading ?
SiliconANGLE is covering live the VMware press event where VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger and Bill Fathers, SVP GM vCloud, unveiled VMware big push into the public cloud to counter both Openstack and Amazon AWS with a unique enterprise approach called … Continue reading ?
Don Mattrick took the stage before a cheering and excited audience in an auditorium on Microsoft campus. In order to launch, a commercial was run that spoke to the intentions of Xbox as it moves into the future using the … Continue reading ?
Yahoo! has been extremely busy with social media announcements of late. Though it promised to not screw up Tumblr, it would appear that promise didn’t extend to Flickr. Or maybe, because they messed with Flickr so much, what Marissa Mayer … Continue reading ?
Microsoft is set to unveil its next generation gaming console previously dubbed as Durango. There are many rumors regarding the big reveal, and in just a few hours, everything will be clarified – hopefully, unless Microsoft decides to do a … Continue reading ?
Now that Tableau’s cash flow has increased after a successful debut at the NYSE, the data visualization company is expected to have the ability to build out its enterprise solutions and generate even more revenue. According to Wikibon analyst Jeff … Continue reading ?
The Big Announcement about the next-generation Xbox happens today and if you’re a gamer, it’s something you don’t want to miss out on. Not only will fairly-much every major gaming website be live streaming and blogging the press conference, you … Continue reading ?
It’s been eight years since Microsoft launched the Xbox 360. Obviously that product has been a massive success for a company that is not widely known as a consumer company. Today we’ll hear what’s next as the company is set … Continue reading ?
The security of industrial control systems is a fairly hot topic of conversation these days, with the assumption being that it leaves a lot to be desired. Acknowledging that the security of critical is a potential weak point in the … Continue reading ?
Guess you’ve already heard that Yahoo! has reached an agreement to acquire Tumblr, the blogging syndication tool for $1.1 billion. Upon hearing the news, more than a few Tumblr users were quick to go on panic mode thinking Yahoo will … Continue reading ?
On today’s SiliconANGLE Live NewsDesk Show, (see embed feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand), we learn that Butterfly Labs has finally begun to ship its long awaited ASIC Bitcoin Miners. Imagine being told about something great that you … Continue reading ?
On today’s SiliconANGLE Live NewsDesk Show, (see embed feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand), we discuss how Orchestrate.io just received $3 million to crunch all kinds of data in the cloud. Antony Falco, co-founder of Basho Technologies, has … Continue reading ?
You probably think of Skype as a secure means of online communication, what with messages being secured with end-to-end communication. But according to an investigation by Ars Technia, you’d be dead wrong – it seems that Microsoft is making a … Continue reading ?