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Reports have been publicly trickling in that show some of the fears people have had thus far about the state of security for the healthcare.gov website. Critics have been pointing out how the site’s issues with stability, speed and reliability … Continue reading ?
This week’s SmartWorld Series features report findings that show a rise in interest for smart home solutions, the move for the ‘Wantified’ revolution, new ideas for electric car charging station infrastructure, and a SmartWig. If you missed this week’s SmartWorld … Continue reading ?
Apple recently released its Apple TV update. But instead of wowing fanboys with new features, the update left plenty to be desired. If you are an Apple TV owner and want to upgrade to a different set-top box provider, here … Continue reading ?
Nature abhors a vacuum, and enterprises abhor platforms lacking tooling. Few enterprises have the developer resources or technology savvy of early adopters. For Hadoop, early adopters invented the technology; mainstream enterprises want to consume it. On a just-concluded tour of Ovum enterprise clients … Continue reading ?
Data scientists are now a crucial part of the tech industry. As more people use technology ranging from home and office PCs to laptops, mobile devices and the internet, more and more data is being generated. It would seem that … Continue reading ?
While most Black Friday bargain hunters are set to descend on the stores like a pack of rabid animals later today, a new breed of savvy tech-shoppers will do their shopping at home, buying their gifts anonymously using Bitcoin. That’s … Continue reading ?
This week’s Wearable Tech roundup features Sony’s SmartWig, GIST, and Muse. Sony’s SmartWig Sony has applied for a rather odd-sounding patent which pertains to a “SmartWig” device. In the patent applications, the SmartWig is described as a device that’s … Continue reading ?
Some retail stores will be starting their Black Friday sales early this year. Some stores opened as early as 6 AM on Thanksgiving, while other shops will be sticking to tradition and will only be opening their doors at 12 … Continue reading ?
Another week, more NSA developments, well allegations really. Somehow perhaps people are getting numb to these things as they come out there is less and less surprise left. Last week news emerged that the NSA had infected more than 50,000 … Continue reading ?
Trying to make sense of Healthcare.gov through everything that’s happened so far in this botched atrocious rollout, it’s quite mind-boggling. Now comes yet another head-scratcher. The Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed that Healthcare.gov will be picking up … Continue reading ?
Imagine a world where machines can distinguish your emotions and react accordingly? For example, if you are stressed, your smart bathroom will automatically run a warm, relaxing bath filled with your favorite scents to relieve stress. Or if your kitchen senses that you are … Continue reading ?
CyberSecurity. 2014. What is going to be out there in terms of threats, products and trends? There’s plenty of opinions about this because security in the industry is so widespread by disciplines. That’s the modern security environment. So we sought … Continue reading ?
Ken Grohe, Virident’s vice president of worldwide customer operations, returned to theCUBE at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 to discuss the latest developments from his company and the use cases that are driving flash adoption in the enterprise. In September, hard drive … Continue reading ?
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 ?