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Hortonworks courts enterprises with Apache Spark endorsement

Hortonworks Inc. is extending its sphere of influence deeper into the Hadoop ecosystem with a sweeping plan to support the Spark in-memory processing framework. The move is the latest in a string of initiatives from the software maker that are designed … Continue reading ?

Microsoft explains delays for Xbox One China launch

Originally slated to launch in China on September 23, Microsoft Corp. pushed the launch date of its Xbox One out to “by the end of this year”. Asked why the console was delayed, Microsoft said, to give the console “a … Continue reading ?

HP launches App Store to push SDN innovation and open standards

With International Data Corporation (IDC) forecasting that the worldwide software-defined networking (SDN) market for the enterprise and cloud service provider segments will grow more than eightfold to over $8 billion by 2018, Hewlett-Packard Co. yesterday announced the general availability of … Continue reading ?

Docker adds Official Repos for language stacks to the Docker Hub

Docker Inc., has said it’s going to deliver additional programming language stacks to its customers after learning from their search habits in the Docker Hub. The company wrote about its plans in a blog post this week, saying it’s already … Continue reading ?

FBI boss Comey slams Apple & Google over new encryption methods

The FBI is getting a bit riled over Apple Inc. and Google Inc.’s decision to use tougher encryption methods in its mobile devices, because it’s making it almost impossible for spooks to snoop on suspected criminal. “There will come a … Continue reading ?

Amazon provides an update on its impending EC2 instance reboot

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has provided more details on a major Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Instance reboot that’s set to take place in the coming days, and the good news is it doesn’t have anything to do with the Bash … Continue reading ?

Dropbox celeberates iOS 8 with new mobile release

Cloud storage powerhouse Dropbox Inc. is marking the much-anticipated launch of Apple’s iOS 8 with an updated version of its client app that takes advantage of the new functionality included in the new release and that bolts several other major … Continue reading ?

The perks of having no datacenter | #Inforum14

The datacenter-less approach to enterprise software makes Infor Inc. distinct among its competitors and a potential market disruptor. On the second day of the Inforum 2014 conference, analysts Jeff Kelly and Dave Vellante kicked off their event coverage, live from … Continue reading ?

Opinion: theCUBE covers Oracle OpenWorld at critical time

Today theCUBE kicks off three days of coverage of Oracle OpenWorld 2014 at a critical time in Oracle Corp.’s existence. Like all the old-line vendors – IBM, Hewlett-Packard, EMC, Microsoft Corp., Dell Computer, SAP – its markets are shifting radically underneath … Continue reading ?

How Big Data will drive smart building adoption

This week’s Smart City roundup features some fresh ways in which Big Data is becoming the driving force behind smart building adoption, Cisco’s blueprint plans for smart cities, and a dedicated platform for enterprise apps and devices.  . Big Data will drive … Continue reading ?

Teradata buying a future in Big Data

Data warehouse heavyweight Teradata Operations, Inc., is buying its way into the future of Big Data, writes Wikibon Principal Research Contributor Jeff Kelly in his latest Professional Alert. Since 2011 Teradata has acquired Aster Data Systems, Hadapt (SQL-on-Hadoop) and Revalytics … Continue reading ?

Pockets are for wallets, not iPhones: Issues with Apple Pay, #bendgate emerge

iPhone users are reporting major software and hardware issues just a week after the release of iOS 8, the iPhone 6, and the iPhone 6 Plus. Apple Inc. pushed out its first iOS 8 software update on Wednesday, but some … Continue readi...

Do surveys still matter? Qualtrics’ $150 million funding round proves they do

Sometimes, it’s best just to ask. Even in the era of real-time social media tracking and automated sentiment analysis, the humble survey remains a powerful tool. So much so that Qualtrics Inc. has raised a massive $150 million from two … Continue reading ?

Amazon forced to reboot its EC2 instances to fix Xen bug

Amazon Web Services is set to begin a messy but necessary reboot of its Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances in order to fix a bug that was found within the Xen virtualization platform. The reboots, which will affect instances all … Continue reading ?

Responding to small business demand, UPS adds 3D print locations

On the back of its successful experiment with 3D Print in six markets, The UPS Store will now offer the service at nearly 100 stores countrywide. According to The Wholers Report 2014, the 3D print service sector grew by 21 … Continue reading ?

Xamarin bundles over 1,000 test devices in the cloud

Xamarin, the mobile app-dev specialists, has announced the launch of its new web-based “Xamarin Test Cloud”, which lets developers test out their apps and programs on over 1,000 devices. Developers will be able to create their own test scripts using … Continue reading ?

Location, location, location: The age-old real-estate mantra applied to Flash in the datacenter

Over the last decade, virtualization has revolutionized the data center by more effectively leveraging the CPU and memory resources on the server to increase hardware utilization and reduce operating expenses. Of course, as with all things performance-related, once a log … Continue reading ?

Bash! Take that Heartbleed, there’s a new bug in town

Linux users, which includes the vast majority of the world’s enterprises, could be in for a nasty shock. A security team at Red Hat has just uncovered a deadly new bug in the Bash shell, which is one of the … Continue reading ?

Facebook’s fleet of jumbo drones will take flight by 2015

Facebook Inc. is revealing more information about its unmanned aerial vehicle ambitions. The social networking giant plans to have a fleet of drones flying overhead at all times, in the future. They won’t be delivering products, like the Amazon Prime … Continue reading ?

A modular TV that tracks your health

This week’s Smart Health roundup features a healthy round of funding for iHealth Lab, a television that does more than entertain you, and a fresh effort to help people with food allergies better enjoy their dining experiences.  . iHealth Lab’s healthy … Continue reading ?

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