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If you’re still looking for a way to get your hands on Google Glass because a) you weren’t able to sign up at Google I/O 2012; b) your #ifihadglass reason wasn’t good enough to make the cut; c) no one … Continue reading ?
Twitter has played a huge role in disseminating real-time information during major events like elections and in times of disasters. Journalists leverage the simplicity of the platform to deliver bite-size news or even links to pertinent articles. The only drawback … Continue reading ?
China apparently isn’t the least bit bothered that we know all about it’s cyberhacking activities, as security firm Mandiant reports that two of its major advanced persistent threat (APT) groups have resumed full operations, despite their public exposure last year. … Continue reading ?
One of the first questions asked by many when OpenSSL’s Heartbleed vulnerability first came to light was whether or not the bug may have been put there deliberately, either by national intelligence agencies or some other malicious actor. But even … Continue reading ?
[Editor's Note: If you've missed it, SiliconANGLE Security Editor John Casaretto has been granted unprecedented access to John McAfee and his personal files, and has for the last several weeks been relating the story of how the software security luminary … Continue reading ?
Will Hadoop replace your enterprise data warehouse (EDW)? This question, or some variation there of, has been making the rounds lately. Just this week I’ve read two good posts on the topic (this one from Matt Asay and this one from Timo … Continue reading ?
The Raspberry Pi was originally designed to provide a low cost solution to all lovers of programming (including students). With the passage of time, a strong community around this little device has grown so as to transform the minicomputer into … Continue reading ?
IBM is hosting an innovative CrowdChat on Watson and the Cloud. Transcript of live recorded crowd conversation below. The topics will be about how IBM Watson tise in with #cloud computing. It’s been 3 years since IBM Watson appeared on … Continue reading ?
Spurred by recent advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence, context-aware intelligent assistants represent the new frontier of content search and discovery. Companies leverage unstructured data—things like photographs, videos, chat logs, documents—to make better, more informed business decisions to automate … Continue reading ?
Editor’s Note: ”We’re huge fans of open source, as is our guest author Neil Levine, the vice president of Product for Inktank. But it’s not all rose water…here’s Levine’s perspective, who argues that open source is going to find its way into … Continue reading ?
VMware is reinforcing the on-premise pillar of its hybrid computing strategy with a new release of Horizon that connects the dots between the software-defined data center and the public cloud in a unified platform for virtualizing desktops and applications. The … Continue reading ?
With advents like optical puck tracking, player tracking and even fight tracking technology, hockey is on the cutting edge of sports tech. San Jose Sharks COO John Tortora joins hosts John Furrier and Jeffrey Kelly on #theCUBE to share some … Continue reading ?
Fanbois may have something to truly cheer about with Apple said to be releasing a glut of new devices later this year. Naturally this is all just hearsay – as is the case with Apple – but the source seems … Continue reading ?
Microsoft’s virtualization push has been growing for some time already, and yesterday it fired another shot in the direction of VMware users, announcing an updated Virtual Machine Converter that can move virtual machines from ESXi to Hyper-V. That Microsoft wants … Continue reading ?
In January, Facebook announced a 49 percent year-over-year increase in its number of mobile daily active users. Then, in its Q4 2013 earnings report, it said that its mobile daily active users had reached an average of 556 million. What … Continue reading ?
Windows XP holdouts are now living on borrowed time, with their systems becoming more vulnerable by the day with the end of Microsoft’s support. This means no more security updates and no more protection against new vulnerabilities – in other … Continue reading ?
Storage vendor NetApp announced a series of major changes to its senior leadership team this week, most significantly the election of chief executive officer Tom Georgens as chairman of the board. He is stepping into the shoes of 20-year company … Continue reading ?
This week’s SmartCar roundup features a software giant’s concept for the connected car platform, an app that diagnoses your car problems, and the largest telematics contract to date. Microsoft’s prototype connected car platform . At BUILD 2014, Microsoft revealed its … Continue reading ?
To support “write once, run anywhere” application development on new Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Update 1, Microsoft announced the release of the Release Candidate of Visual Studio 2013 Update 2. This update aligns with recent Microsoft products and … Continue reading ?
Here we are. The day after the big XP apocalypse and we’re all still here. The Heartbleed SSL vulnerability has grabbed all the headlines the last couple of days for good reason. However just because you got some cash at … Continue reading ?