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Faltering demand for personal computers has led Symantec to shut down its Backup Exec.cloud service, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday. The company is pulling the plug on the cloud locker in an effort to slim down and refocus on the rapidly … Continue reading ?
It has been predicted that use of in-car, WiFi-enabled applications will grow eight-fold by 2019. In anticipation for this growth, Broadcom is boosting its effort in this space, announcing a new line of wireless chips targeted for use in automobiles. … Continue reading ?
A bunch of ex-Nokia engineers have just launched Jolla, pronounced Yol-la, the first mobile devices running the open-source Sailfish OS. The operating system isn’t based on Android but nevertheless it can run most Android apps, and it can also be … Continue reading ?
Thanksgiving marks the start of the holiday season and what better way to kick things off with some apps to help you make this day a little more special for you and your loved ones? Foodie Recipes Before you go … Continue reading ?
Overnight the value of Bitcoin smashed through the $1,000 barrier for the first time, an historic milestone for the crypto-currency that’s now cemented its status as a viable alternative to government-backed fiat currencies. As SiliconANGLE’s Kyt Dotson reported earlier today, … Continue reading ?
Leaks involving the NSA’s massive surveillance campaign keep on coming, with the latest being that government spooks collected evidence of online sexual activity and visits to pornographic websites as part of a plan to discredit six Muslim “radicalizers”, reports The … Continue reading ?
Microsoft just can’t stop making fun out of Google’s efforts in the laptop industry and to help it do so, it’s just hired the guys from the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop. Rick Harrison and his crew are famous, but … Continue reading ?
In what is by far the first ever time, BTC value has hit an average of $1,000 USD across exchanges. This is historic perhaps only because modern mathematics is base-10 and people psychologically love powers of ten, but it’s also … Continue reading ?
On a bit of a programming note, all month long in the month of December, SiliconANGLE will be featuring cybersecurity stories that focus on 2014 and beyond. We have gathered a number of thought leaders, executives and leading engineers to … Continue reading ?
This year, Black Friday occurs on Friday, November 29. This event for most retailers represents a huge rush of shoppers seeking deals before year’s end in a heady, berserk rush to find the best prices of the entire year—and at … Continue reading ?
Following in the footsteps of Yahoo! boss Marisa Mayer, Meg Whitman last month revised Hewlett-Packard’s historically liberal remote working policies as part of a new turnaround strategy dubbed HP Way Now. The framework necessitates “all hands on deck,” according to … Continue reading ?
NetApp aims to revolutionize the enterprise by means of storage. theCube, SiliconANGLE’s premiere production program, broadcast live from the recently concluded Oracle OpenWorld event. theCube hosts John Furrier, SiliconANGLE founder and CEO, and Dave Vellante, Wikibon co-founder and CEO, sat down … Continue reading ?
Wikibon’s Dave Vellante, Jeff Kelly and Stu Miniman gathered in theCUBE at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 for an in-depth discussion of the company’s place in the rapidly shifting enterprise tech landscape. The focal point of the event was Oracle’s new Database … Continue reading ?
This week’s SmartCar roundup features solutions to bolster electric vehicle adoption, a trend that’s been slow despite the growing concern over vehicle carbon emissions and air pollution. While consumer demand is growing, infrastructure has a hard time keeping up. So … Continue reading ?
We at SiliconANGLE have been following the Bitcoin market and community for a while now and with each jump in valuation and press cycle comes new blood rushing in like a tide. As a result of new people entering the … Continue readin...
Amidst the rising anger from YouTube users over Google’s decision to integrate Google+ with its comments feature, the company has announced new measures to combat the deluge of spam that’s arisen as a result of the new system. YouTube users … Continue reading ?
Sony has filed for a patent that aims to quite literally top the wearable technology sector, and it certainly gets ten out of ten for novelty value. According to a US Patent and Trademark Office application, Sony has applied for … Continue reading ?
With all the hype around Big Data, one of the most pressing concerns for organizations is finding qualified data scientists who’re able to translate that mish-mash of numbers into something that makes sense – actual insights that can be used … Continue reading ?
It seems the NSA stories insist on staying at the top of the tech radar. As found in a New York Times article, the NSA may have tapped into fiber-optic connections to achieve their eavesdropping operations. If that is the … Continue reading ?
Like the plot of a number of popular espionage action flicks, the action has now turned its focus to one set of the files within the Edward Snowden payload. They’re calling it the “Doomsday” cache – a highly sensitive, ultra-classified … Continue reading ?