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This week’s SmartHome roundup features smart holiday lights, a Bluetooth smart solution that focuses on smartphones, and other new products for home automation. Holiday . MooresCloud, an emerging smart home technology provider enabling ‘Illumination-as-a-Service,’ recently announced that Holiday, its smart … Continue reading ?
Held under the “Making Data Work” motto, this year’s edition of Strata Conf. in Santa Clara, California, brought together the leading minds in Big Data who are using it to drive business strategies, as well as the practitioners who collect, … Continue reading ?
The combination of open source software and commodity hardware holds the potential for unprecedented efficiency and operational agility, but despite the success of web-scale giants like Google and Facebook in implementing this paradigm, it has yet to prove itself in … Continue reading ?
Are you ready, Texas??? For what? For this year’s South by SouthWest festival, of course! SXSW is all set for March 7-16, 2014 at the Austin Convention Center but if you’ve ever been to the event, you’ll know that comfy shoes … Continue reading ?
Ellen DeGeneres crashed Twitter. Well, she didn’t intentionally did it, but that’s what happens when a famous person tweets an epic selfie during The 86th Academy Awards. The infamous selfie includes Ellen, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, … Continue reading ?
We’re seeing all kinds of devices being connected to the Internet these days that help make our lives easier and more manageable – cars, fridges, video cameras, thermostats, toilets – you name it, it can probably get online. That’s all … Continue reading ?
Has the appointment of Satya Nadella as Microsoft’s new CEO created some animosity between colleagues? According to a report from Recode, two executives who’re directly reporting to Nadella will be leaving the company soon. Sources claim that EVP of business … Continue reading ?
Google has just added a new gimmick to the latest beta of its Chrome browser, throwing in “Hands-Free Google Voice Search” for desktop users. As the name suggests, the new feature means that you can search Google simply by ‘asking’ … Continue reading ?
Just when we were beginning to think that all is lost, beleaguered Bitcoin exchange MtGox has suddenly given users a glimmer of hope that they might see (some of) their funds again. The company has just set up a new … Continue readi...
Consistent user experience and security are the two top priorities in the mobile enterprise, and Dell is going for both. The vendor recently announced an expanded partnership with cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) firm NetSuite to provide consulting, implementation and … Continue reading ?
The cloud was the center of the tech universe this week with IBM’s Pulse 2014 event. According to Erich Clementi, SVP of Global Technology Services at IBM, his company has identified three vital areas as the focus of its cloud development going forward, … Continue reading ?
It’s been a big week for the cloud ecosystem, with Pivotal announcing that it will establish an independent foundation to oversee Cloud Foundry. Popular among developers for its scalability and relative ease of use, the platform-as-a-service solution was scooped up … Continue reading ?
The industry’s old guard is undergoing an historic transformation as it repositions for the mega-trends that are changing how IT services are consumed and delivered in the enterprise. Hewlett-Packard and Dell are both pursuing aggressive restructuring plans in an effort … Continue reading ?
This week’s SmartWorld Series features products and partnerships announced at the Mobile World Congress, and more. For those who missed this week’s SmartWorld Series, here’s a chance to catch up on the exciting developments happening in the connected world. Each … Continue reading ?
The city is one of humanity’s biggest cultural and technological achievements—a part of civilization that provides infrastructure for often millions of people in a very small space. These vast constructions of human presence need a great deal of tuning, planning, … Continue reading ?
The 2014 Mobile World Congress event has officially wrapped up, leaving us gawking at some of the new devices and prototypes showcased in Barcelona. If you missed SiliconANGLE’s coverage of the event this week, here’s a roundup of some of … Continue reading ?
One of the most powerful ways to make the cloud work for your company is locating at least part of your contact center there. The call-center-in-the-cloud offers tremendous flexibility and should offer significant cost savings, too. Many companies have already … Continue reading ?
Earlier this year, Amazon revealed that there’s a probability that it will raise its Amazon Prime subscription from the now $79 rate to $119 a year. It’s a price hike that staggers into three-digit territory, but comprises free two-day shipping … Continue reading ?
If you want to learn about something, the quickest way is to do a search about whatever topic you’re interested in on the Internet. There are millions of published articles and videos available online, but sometimes these aren’t enough, especially … Continue reading ?
As in most of life, with outsourcing you get what you pay for. If you want your outsourced cloud to offer as good or better security than your own data center, you better be willing to write the check. “You … Continue reading ?