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SUSE steps into the software-defined storage space

Enterprise Linux vendor SUSE LLC has burst onto the software-defined storage scene with a major new release at this year’s SuseCon conference in Orlando, Florida. SUSE introduced a new solution called SUSE Storage. Currently in beta, it’s described as a … Continue reading ?

Bitcoin Black Friday 2014 plans to be bigger than ever with 6,000 merchant deals

For U.S. merchants, Black Friday is a huge extravaganza of deals offered and prices dropped in an attempt to entice as many shoppers as possible through their doors. In light of this sort of retail holiday, Jon Holmquist founded Bitcoin Black … Continue reading ?

Black Lotus Report: DDoS volume decreasing but attackers becoming more sophisticated

A new report from Black Lotus, a leader in availability security and provider of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection, shows that attackers are using less bandwidth to cause trouble but are getting smarter about how their attacks work. Distributed … Continue reading ?

Nokia N1 vs. iPad mini 3: Can the copycat measure up?

Nokia Oyj unveiled the Nokia N1 this week, a new Android tablet soon to hit the market that looks strikingly similar to Apple Inc.’s iPad mini 3. The question is, does the Nokia N1 have what it takes to compete with … Continue readi...

StepOne’s “CT scan for customer service” leverages Big Data

Austin-based technology company StepOne, Inc. has announced the launch of its new service: Care Profiler, a data analytics tool that acts as “the first CT scan for customer service.” When most people hear the words “customer service,” they imagine long hold times and bouncing around different … Continue reading ?

Quirky kills the thermostat with new product launch

This week’s Smart Living roundup features the expansion of an existing smart home partnership, a smart water sprinkler, and a new Bluetooth platform for the connected car.  . GE and Quirky launch more connected products   General Electric Co. will be … Continue reading ?

Wikibon says Dell’s converged architecture cuts VDI costs 25%

The new converged virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) announced recently by Dell and Nutanix can cut 25 percent off the total lifetime cost of a large VDI infrastructure writes Wikibon CTO David Floyer. Floyer cites an example of the total three-year … Continue reading ?

Playing it safe: 3 big game releases today, all sequels

November has traditionally been one of the busiest months in terms of big-name video game releases, and with good reason: publishers want to put out their guaranteed big sellers right before the holiday shopping season. This year is no different, … Continue reading ?

Intel throws its chips in one basket: Mobile and PC divisions to merge

Intel Corp. is planning a bit of a structural shakeup, announcing that it will combine its PC and mobile chip groups into a single entity after struggling to crack the mobile device market. The shakeup was announced via an email … Continue reading ?

Full specs on Nokia’s new N1 tablet: iPad copycat with Android flavor

Despite selling its mobile business to Microsoft and facing public opinion that Nokia Oyj had abandoned the mobile market, the Finnish company reminds the world it’s still alive and kicking with news of the upcoming Nokia N1 tablet. But is Nokia … Continue reading ?

Tech giants push USA Freedom Act now, fearing Republican rejection next year

In an era where public concern over omnipresent and oppressive government surveillance is at an historical high, partly attributable to Edward Snowden’s National Security Agency (NSA) revelations, nine of the world’s biggest tech companies are fighting for the public’s right to internet … Continue reading ?

Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife uses AWS to save taxpayers money | #reinvent

More government agencies are using Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) to get more done while their budgets remain stagnant. Aaron Hughes, systems architect at the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, says that his organization has been using … Continue reading ?

Amazon strategy emphasizes ease of use and ecosystem partners | #reinvent

“Our customers don’t win unless the ecosystem wins,” said Terry Wise, Director of Worldwide Partner Ecosystem at Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Services (AWS). This realization, he said, has lead to a “tweaking” of the AWS strategy. Their current objectives include: … Continue reading ?

The new Raspberry Pi A+ is here: smarter, smaller and cheaper

For sale in 2012 at a price of only $35, the Raspberry Pi revolutionized the world of low-cost Linux-based developer platforms. Since then the vendor, Adafruit Industries, has sold more than four million, a figure that displays the success of the project. The … Continue reading ?

GitHub boosts its enterprise business edition with AWS support

The goal of GitHub is to do almost everything possible for developers such as hosting code, managing tasks, authentication, and finally providing a space to test, analyze, and host and display production results. The code repository has been a mainstay of … Continue reading ?

Splunk embraces AWS, continues to offer hybrid alternatives | #reinvent

As more customers begin to migrate production workloads to the Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud, Splunk seeks to provide customers with “service assurance,” said Splunk, Inc. SVP and GM of Cloud, Marc Olesen. Splunk aims to “be where … Continue reading ?

Oculus VR announces Mobile SDK and the Gear VR headset at $199

Oculus VR has just gone live with the mobile SDK aimed at bringing developers to the Samsung Gear VR–a mobile device that is essentially someone strapping a Galaxy Note 4 to their face. The mobile SDK represents a year of … Continue reading ?

Smart parking, solar bike path launch in Europe

This week’s Smart City roundup looks at expected annual revenues of wireless control systems for smart buildings, another city implementing smart parking technology, and the opening of a solar highway in the Netherlands.  . The promise of wireless smart tech   … Continue reading ?

Unified snags theCUBE alumnus Shawn Douglass as CTO

Cloud-based marketing specialist Unified Inc. scored a major strategic victory this week after hiring long-time enterprise technologist Shawn Douglass to lead its product strategy. In his new role, the industry veteran will focus on leveling the playing field for traditional … Continue reading ?

NetApp brings its storage OS and backup service to AWS in hybrid cloud push

NetApp Inc. is bringing two of its most strategic software solutions to Amazon Web Services (AWS) in hopes of tapping into the cloud juggernaut’s growing enterprise momentum. The move comes amid faltering demand for the storage vendor’s traditional arrays, which … Continue reading ?

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