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Motorola 360: the beautification of wearable tech

Motorola has raised the bar for smartwatch aesthetics, convincing many naysayers that despite lukewarm responses thus far, there’s still hope for wearable technology.  With Apple Inc.’s just announced Apple Watch, the Moto 360 already has some company in the exclusive Beauty+Functionality … Continue reading ?

Tableau widens its target, sets sights internationally| #data14

Building around the same customer focused culture and sales strategy from the beginning, Tableau Software, Inc. focuses on taking on the local and international market. The company’s efforts revolve around enabling people to better see and understand data, explains Kelly Wright, EVP … Continue reading ?

Tableau faces pressure to remain “cutting edge” in BI, says analyst | #data14

Data visualization and user experience will be the dominating themes of the 2014 Tableau Big Data Conference, predicted theCUBE’s John Furrier and Jeff Kelly. In their coverage kickoff, the hosts swapped predictions for Tableau’s success and shared their thoughts on … Continue reading ?

Specs + prices for iPhone 6, Plus and the Apple Watch

Apple Inc. has finally launched its rumored upsized iPhones, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, at its launch event today. Here is a recap of the event highlights, including new product specs and features.     iPhone 6 and 6 … Continue reading ?

Robots will take over our homes, furniture included

This week’s Smart Living roundup features a survey among American consumers regarding the public perception of smart homes, expectations for highly automated cars set to hit the market in 2017, an all-seeing robot vacuum, an affordable wireless lighting system, and the couch … Continue reading ?

It’s not the iWatch: Top 5 things to know about the Apple Watch

Apple, Inc. officially launched its inaugural smartwatch, the Apple Watch, today alongside the iPhone 6, fulfilling years of expectations for wearable tech fans. Here are the top five things to know about the latest iDevice. Top 5 things you need … Continue reading ?

The Internet has been running on life support for 15 years | #Peer2

The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) realized that it was running out of IPv4 address space at least 20 years ago, but the biggest concerns lie in the unknown aspects of transitioning away from this protocol. About 15 years … Continue reading ?

Analytics bigwigs converge around Tableau in partnership bonanza

Red-hot data visualization vendor Tableau Software Inc. will attempt to position itself at the center of an ecosystem during its this seventh annual customer event in Seattle this week by showcasing an impressive lineup of partners that are building upon … Continue reading ?

Advertisers win in Facebook’s efforts to dethrone YouTube

Facebook Inc. appears to be positioning itself as a rival to YouTube with new functionality aimed at bringing the media viewing experience on the News Feed more up to par with that offered by Google Inc.’s dominant video sharing website. … Continue reading ?

Ebay payments unit will drive mainstream acceptance for Bitcoin

EBay Inc., owner of famous payment processing platform PayPal, is finally getting into Bitcoin. Monday at TechCrunch Disrupt, eBay announced that Braintree, the company’s developer-centric payment processing subsidiary, would be experimenting with accepting the digital currency over the “coming months.” … Continue reading ?

CloudKit transforms document access & storage in iOS 8

Just hours away from the expected launch of Apple’s iPhone 6 and not surprisingly all the talk is centered on the actual device. Few doubt that Apple’s CEO Tim Cook will have something pretty cool to show off when he … Continue reading ?

Fool me twice: Malware used in Target attack catches Home Depot off guard nearly a year later

The latest major cyberattack on a top U.S. retailer employed a variant of the malware that hackers used to break into the network  of Target Corp. last December, according to influential security blogger Brian Krebs. The holiday season heist saw … Continue reading ?

Top 5 perks for work: Microsoft’s new Lumia 830

Microsoft, Corp. describes its new Lumia 830 as “the affordable flagship” of its smartphones selection. Much of the buzz has been about the smartphone’s PureView camera, which offers a new set of capabilities, but the Lumia 830 comes equipped with … Continue reading ?

The public cloud gets more secure with chip-level enforcement and real-time behavior scanning

IBM hopes to address CIOs’ persistent unease with the state of cloud security by adding a new layer of control for its infrastructure-as-a-service platform that enables organizations to enforce access policies down to the chip level. Dedicated servers from SoftLayer, … Continue reading ?

Watch LIVE! from Tableau Conference 2014

If you’re a data enthusiast looking for the next big event, head to Seattle, WA for this year’s Tableau Conference. Kicking off this week, the five-day conference will be held at the Washington State Convention Center. We’ll have live event coverage today … Continue reading ?

Microsoft launches Office Delve to help workers stay connected

Microsoft Corp. has finally unveiled its long-awaited social networking features for Office 365, with the launch of a new product called Office Delve. We first caught a glimpse of Office Delve at Microsoft’s SharePoint conference back in March, when the … Continue reading ?

How a 140-year-old utility biz went back to selling subscriptions – via the cloud

Ohio’s CBTS may not be a household name like Google or Amazon, but it boasts a much longer and extensive history than either. The firm traces its roots to local telephone kingpin Cincinnati Bell, which began operating all the way … Continue reading ?

Salesforce under attack: Dyre malware slurping CRM data is warning that malicious types are trying to attack customers with a remote access Trojan called Dyre that’s designed to slurp user’s login credentials. The company has just issued an alert which states: “On September 3, 2014, one of … Continue reading ?

Networked storage is getting old: Revenues slump again

The market for networked storage arrays is still in decline, with revenues falling for the second quarter in a row, according to market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC), which has just release its Q2 2014 quarter storage tracker, which looks … Continue reading ?

Size doesn’t matter for these data visualization experts | #data14 CrowdChat

Wikibon‘s Big Data Analyst Jeff Kelly recently hosted a preview CrowdChat ahead of the Tableau Conference 2014 (#data14) that is taking place this week, September 8-12, at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, WA. For the past seven years, the … Continue reading ?

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