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YouTube reveals plans to prevent ads from appearing on controversial videos

Several advertisers and even the U.K. government have pulled out of YouTube over the last week after complaining that their ads were displayed alongside controversial content, and today Google Inc. revealed a few of the ways it hopes to address their concerns and give brands better control over where their ads are displayed. Show More Summary

Rocket Lab raises $75M to start launching satellites into orbit

Low-mass satellites are taking over the aerospace industry by storm thanks to their relative affordability and the fact that they can be launched in large numbers. But the technology is held back by the infrequency of space launches, an obstacle that Rocket Lab Ltd seeks to remove. Show More Summary

Akamai adds new technology for speeding up video streaming, downloads

Alongside its efforts to expand into new areas such as security and access management, Akamai Technology Inc. is continuously improving its core content delivery services. The provider today launched a technology called Akamai Media Acceleration that is designed to speed up the transfer of large files over the web. Show More Summary

ARM offers up a new microprocessor designs for AI, machine learning

Smartphone chip designer ARM Holdings plc showed off its latest microprocessor design today, touting its ability to support intelligent systems in everything from phones and PCs to connected cars and more. The new multi-core, micro-architecture...Show More Summary

MetaX wields blockchain in bold bid to clean up digital advertising

It’s no secret that digital advertising is riddled with fraudsters and scammers who do everything from running phantom ads never viewed by a human being to injecting malware-laden ads into websites. That’s the problem that a startup called MetaX hopes to solve using blockchain, the distributed ledger technology behind bitcoin. Show More Summary

LinkedIn adds high-end Sales Navigator edition

LinkedIn Corp. is furthering its drive into the customer relationship management market with a new high-end edition of its Sales Navigator prospecting tool and improved sales follow-up functionality. The top-of-the-line Sales Navigator...Show More Summary

South Korean mobile gaming giant Netmarble files for $2.4 billion IPO

South Korean mobile games developer Netmarble Games Corp. is going public with the company filing paperwork to raise 2.7 trillion won ($2.4 billion) in an initial public offering. In a filing with South Korean security authorities, the...Show More Summary

Cisco discloses over 300 switches vulnerable to CIA hack with no patch available

In a damaging public disclosure, Cisco Systems Inc. has admitted that over 300 of the switches it sells contain a critical vulnerability that allows the Central Intelligence Agency to take full control of the devices, but worse still...Show More Summary

Adobe wants one cloud to rule them all with new marketing focused Experience Cloud

Adobe Systems Inc. is strengthening its cloud offerings with a new service that combines parts of its marketing, analytics and content tools in an effort to broaden its footprint for enterprise marketing users. Called the Adobe Experience...Show More Summary

IBM boosts hybrid cloud play with new partnerships, storage offering

IBM Corp. said at its InterConnect cloud conference yesterday it’s working with Red Hat Inc. to speed up adoption of OpenStack and make it easier for enterprises to migrate Linux workloads into private clouds. To that end, IBM said it’s...Show More Summary

IBM partners with Dalian Wanda to bring Watson & cloud services to China

IBM Corp. is teaming up with Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group Co. Ltd. to have another crack the Middle Kingdom’s cloud computing market. The two companies plan to form a joint entity called the Wanda Cloud Company that will begin offering services from 2018, IBM said at its InterConnect conference yesterday. Show More Summary

Powering a wireless world with wireless energy

Few things unite people in this modern world like the shared hatred of smartphone battery life. Batteries have fallen far behind the technology they’re meant to power, and while solutions are on the way, perhaps better batteries aren’t really the answer. Show More Summary

Report confirms that Apple is banking on augmented reality to be the next big thing in consusmer tech

It’s no secret that Apple Inc. chief executive Tim Cook thinks that augmented reality is going to be the next big thing, the omnipresent consumer technology that we can’t, and won’t live without. A recent report in Bloomberg has given...Show More Summary

Could IBM’s off-stage integrator role earn them more revenue in cloud?

On the shelf between the geeky Google Cloud and blockbuster Amazon Web Services is IBM, with a service integration offering that may look comparatively lackluster to businesses shopping for a cloud provider. But Mohammad Farooq (pictured),...Show More Summary

At the intersection of integration, security and cognitive workloads

Today’s advances in cloud computing, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things have the enterprise rapidly trying to catch up with technology. Customers are looking for ways to use their existing infrastructures while taking advantage of the cloud. Show More Summary

Key discoveries for tiny startups in a market full of giants

Everyone starts somewhere. Sometimes, that means growing an idea into a business under the dark shade of industry giants. Sensibill Inc. is one such startup, offering business-level billing and receipt management services for banks. If there’s a land of giants, it’s the banking industry. Show More Summary

13-year-old developer and IBM cloud champion helps shape The Cognitive Story

One of today’s driving forces behind cognitive technologies such as artificial intelligence is 13-year-old Tanmay Bakshi (pictured), developer and IBM Champion for cloud. However, being the youngest developer to work on the IBM’s Watson AI platform is clearly not enough for this talented teenager. Show More Summary

How PlayFab will use IBM Watson to make better games

Video games can offer more data and metrics than pretty much any other form of entertainment, and PlayFab Inc. wants to use the power of IBM Watson to turn that data into valuable insights for game developers. PlayFab provides a backend...Show More Summary

Automation key to lowering storage costs in data-driven world

Data is a business’ most precious asset, and in this data-driven world, any company that isn’t collecting, storing and using data will be devoured alive by those who are. Given that, the issue of storing all that data becomes a prime concern. Show More Summary

IBM goes all-in on its hybrid cloud services strategy

When IBM decided to bring an analytics platform to market, a “data-first” strategy and developing a method for how the business uses data were the first two steps in the process. The company is working with various verticals, and the...Show More Summary

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