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MuleSoft bridges gaps between mobile and enterprise data

MuleSoft Inc. is rolling out a major upgrade to its popular application connectivity service that takes aim at one of the most overlooked challenges in enterprise mobility: hooking up applications running on employee devices to the back-end infrastructure storing the … Continue reading ?

How social media has changed the State of the Union

The format of the State of the Union has changed little over the last few decades, but the way it is both broadcasted and discussed has rapidly evolved from year to year, especially with the recent widespread adoption of social … Continue reading ?

Medical center finds flash rewrites the rules of data storage

For most organizations, Big Data is still a future technology. In medicine, and in particular for major medical centers that combine advanced treatment of genetic diseases such as cancer with research, it is a present-day reality. The grainy grey-scale snapshots produced … Continue reading ?

Dropbox acquires CloudOn, continuous international expansion

Following a busy year in 2014, with no less than nine acquisitions, Dropbox has made its first acquisition of 2015 in the form of U.S.-Israeli app maker, CloudOn. The move is part of Dropbox’s international expansion effort and aimed at providing … Continue reading ?

Shazam in the big leagues with $30M funding round at $1B evaluation

Shazam Entertainment Ltd. announced on Tuesday, January 20, that they had received $30 million from investors. This latest investment now values the company at roughly $1 billion and becomes only the fifth technology start-up from the UK to have a … Continue reading ?

Egnyte moves to steal Box’s analytics thunder

Days before enterprise file-sharing kingpin Box Inc. is due to hit the stock exchange, one of its biggest rivals is rolling out new analytics functionality as part of a deliberately timed pivot aimed at taking the competitive fight beyond collaboration. … Continue reading ?

Leave those kids alone! Microsoft and Apple sign student privacy pledge, but why did it take Google so long?

Following President Obama’s endorsement of a Student Privacy Pledge last week Google Inc.  has now joined other tech giants Microsoft and Apple Inc., as well as a long list (91 at time of writing) of other companies, in signing the … Continue reading ?

Charlie Shrem associate gets 4 years for Silk Road money laundering

Charlie Shrem associate Robert Faiell has been given a 4 year sentence for his involvement in the Silk Road money laundering case. Faiella, known as “BTCKing,” told U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff today that he exchanged the digital currency for use in … Continue reading ? to take on Amazon with new VOD/ streaming service Inc. is set to launch a new video on demand (VOD) and streaming service that will compete Amazon, the company announced Tuesday. The new service is to be offered via the Overstock Club O loyalty program and will start … Continue reading ?

Betty White isn’t dead, and Facebook wants to hide hoaxes like that from your News Feed

A few times a year, you might notice a sudden outpouring of emotion on your Facebook news feed as friends and acquaintances express their condolences to each other about the sudden death of America’s favorite Golden Girl, Betty White. They … Continue reading ?

HP targets verticals with ruggedized tablet line

Hewlett-Packard Corp Inc.’s Personal Systems Division today announced a new set of mobile devices including tablets designed to meet the special needs of specific verticals. The tablets come with security, software and services designed for mobile. These tablets are designed specifically … Continue reading ?

Google Project Ara Round Up: Smartphone customization coming this year

Google’s modular smartphone, Project Ara, is expected to enter a new phase early next year. Project Ara is a concept pioneered by the Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group at Google Inc. aimed at the realization of a fully modular … Continue reading ?

China super-sizes 3D-printing with world’s first printed apartment building

The utility of 3D printing continues to grow with leaps and bounds and the most recent invention, the world’s first 3D-printed apartment building, is on display now at China’s Suzhou Industrial Park. The building is the pet project of Shanghai-based … Continue reading ?

What CIOs can learn from web startups running containers in production

Gartner Inc. recently brought the gaping functional gaps between containers and conventional virtualization into the spotlight with a widely-covered report that concluded that the average organization is still better off using a hypervisor than a container for most workloads. That … Continue reading ?

Coinbase raises $75m Series C in largest round ever for a Bitcoin startup

Coinbase Inc. has raised $75 million Series C in a round led by DFJ Growth that included The New York Stock Exchange, USAA, BBVA (Brazil), NTT Docomo (Japan), Valar Capital, Vikram Pandit, Tom Glocer and Carlos Rodriguez Pastor. Previous investors … Continue reading ?

Steam Broadcasting and FPS counter are out of beta—Here’s how to use them

Valve Corporation has officially released new Steam Client features that add native support for livestreaming, as well as an easy to use framerate counter for the game performance geeks. Valve first began testing out Steam Broadcasting in the Steam beta client back in … Continue reading ?

Why software-defined networking matters | #VTUG

Software-defined networking promises the freedom to provision transport capacity through a consistent programming interface instead of individually configuring the underlying components, but details of how that will translate into practice for the average organization have been relatively scarce. Joe Onisick … Continue reading ?

Scottish startup pureLiFi raises £1.5M to create light-based Wi-Fi substitute

pureLiFi, the light communications technology company previously known as PureVLC, has raised £1.5 million (approximately $2.26 million) in their latest round of investment. This gives the company a valuation of over £14 million (approximately $21 million). A VC funding round … Continue reading ?

Apache Falcon gets top-level status, filling gap in Hadoop ecosystem

Hadoop marked another milestone along its breakneck evolution on Monday when Falcon, one of the most promising technologies in the upstream ecosystem, exited incubation to become a top-level project of the Apache Software Foundation. The news comes just a few short … Continue reading ?

HTC to enter smartwatch market alongside release of 20MP camera phone, says report

With Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 just around the corner, HTC Corp. is rumored to have both a new flagship smartphone and a smartwatch in the offing. A source familiar with the company’s plans told Bloomberg that the upcoming smartphone, … Continue reading ?

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