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IBM should “stay the course” despite losses, analysts suggest | #ibminsight

Although IBM took losses “on the chin” recently, analysts say that the company should continue to embrace its transition to cloud, Big Data, and analytics products. In their kickoff segment at this year’s IBM Insight 2014 event, theCUBE co-hosts Dave … Continue reading ?

CBT Nuggets cooks up Chef training videos to serve DevOps to IT pros

The world of DevOps is slowly filling to the brim with tools, each of which takes on a particular vertical of the whole DevOps experience—but as has been reported before, DevOps is a culture more than it is a single … Continue readi...

Amazon tops Google in this dongle measuring contest

Revealing its latest streaming media device this morning, Inc. looks like a winner. The Fire TV Stick is an HDMI dongle that enables users to watch content from streaming media providers, such as Netflix and Hulu Plus, on their … Continue reading ?

What you missed in the Smart World: Wearable addictions

This week’s Smart World Series features a traceable umbrella, a wearable tech addiction and new platforms for the development of the Internet of Things.. For those who missed last week’s Smart World Series, here’s a chance to catch up … Continue reading ?

Watch LIVE! from IBM Insight as Big Data goes pro

Broadcasting live from theCUBE this week, SiliconANGLE is at the IBM Insight conference in Las Vegas. Big Blue’s annual Big Data conference is among the industry’s largest, with over 13,000 attendees expected this year. The show will host product demos, … Continue reading ?

A “very Darwinian” evolution for Big Data in enterprise | #BigDataNYC

Conversations at the recently concluded Hadoop World conference have changed drastically in the past two years, according to Abhi Mehta, CEO of Tresata. Among the biggest changes is the increase potential customers looking to get started with Big Data solutions … Continue reading ?

Amazon’s Kindle Scout publishes books by vote

The newly launched Kindle Scout service from Ing. gives readers the power to decide what books get published, while also giving new authors the exposure they need. The service allows readers to view samples of unpublished books and vote for three of … Continue reading ?

Microsoft co-founder tops the bill in Ebola donations – some think it’s not enough!

Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft Corp., has topped the list of the biggest donators in the computer tech industry in fighting the deadly Ebola virus outbreak. He tweeted late last week, “I’m committing at least $100M to #TackleEbola. Join me … Continue reading ?

Be careful what you say online—it could turn into a TV series

In case you hadn’t heard, the things you say online could have real-life consequences. But for one user on the public Q&A forum Quora Inc., that consequence could be a television series. The show’s premise came out of a simple question: “If every state of the … Continue reading ?

Scientists use drones to map malaria in Southeast Asia’s jungles

In the remote jungles of Southeast Asia, drones are being used to fight a new battle. But it’s not Al Qaeda or ISIS we have to worry about this time around, but a smaller and potentially even more deadly foe … Continue reading ?

Bitcoin celebrates with its own Bitfilm festival

You know something is getting big when they make a movie out of it. So what does a dedicated film festival say about that ‘something’? It means that it’s ‘something’ you had better start learning about. And that’s now the … Continue reading ?

Soft Machines exits stealth with conceptual “virtual CPU core” design

Stealthy semiconductor design startup Soft Machines Inc., has just gone public with a Variable Instruction Set Computing (VISC) conceptual architecture it thinks could usher in a new era of scaling and performance. Soft Machines is hopeful it can overcome the … Continue reading ?

BlackBerry secures a bevy of U.S. patents and may join the fast-growing wearables market

The Financial Post has reported that Blackberry Ltd. has attained 27 new U.S. patents. According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Official Gazette, included in the patents are security features and a user interface for a conference-calling system. Blackberry … Continue reading ?

HP launches community edition of Helion OpenStack

Hewlett-Packard Co. has made good on an earlier promise to build and offer its own OpenStack distribution with the general release of its Helion OpenStack software. HP’s Helion is based on the new Juno OpenStack release, and is offered alongside … Continue reading ?

Bitcoin scammers get served with lawsuit from Silver Law Group

The appeal of Bitcoin as an investment has increased over the years, especially now that more merchants and retailers are accepting it. But as with anything that attracts investors and big money, scammers will descend upon it like vultures, scrapping … Continue reading ?

Twitter acquires Twitpic’s archive at the eleventh hour

Twitter Inc. has saved Twitpic Inc. Noah Everett, creator of Twitpic, announced on their blog on October 25 “I’m happy to announce that we have reached an agreement with Twitter to give them the Twitpic domain and photo archive, thus … Continue reading ?

Thousands protest proposed “Internet tax” in Hungary

Angered by government plans to impose the world’s first tax on web traffic, thousands of Hungarians have taken to the streets of Budapest to protest the move. RT News reports that “tens of thousands” of people besieged the Hungarian Economy … Continue reading ?

How FortyCloud addresses cloud security: Q&A with CEO Amit Cohen

There’s a new wave of security vendors surfacing that are offering more innovative ways to address cloud security in light of enterprises’ increasing concerns about how to securely migrate to the cloud. One of these vendors is FortyCloud LTD, a … Continue reading ?

What you missed in Big Data: Oracle, eBay join Hadoop open-source party

The past week has seen not one but two technology giants take on a bigger role in the open-source community’s efforts to bring modern analytics within the grasp of the traditional enterprise. Online retail giant eBay Inc. led the charge … Continue reading ?

HP launches commercial OpenStack distro along with developer and customer goodies

Hewlett-Packard Co. has moved another step closer to realizing its lofty vision for a homegrown hybrid cloud with the introduction of the long-awaited commercial version of its OpenStack distribution and two complementary products aimed at helping customers make more of … Continue reading ?

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