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Cloud Applications Are Becoming Easier To Build

14 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Software applications have gone into the cloud, we know this to be true. Of course there is no “real cloud” as such, it’s just another server in a datacenter powering your app, but you get the point. Software applications are now being architected (and built) to run in cloud computing [...]

Alibaba's Ant Financial Closes Private Placement of Shares, China's Social Security Fund Invests

15 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Chinese e-commerce titan Alibaba’s affiliate Ant Financial has received backing from the government, as it announced the closing of a financing round led by the country’s National Social Security Fund. The NSSF and other investors, including China’s major insurance companies, invested an undisclosed amount in Alibaba’s financial arm, in a deal [...]

Dalian Wanda Invests In Travel Company, Accelerates Tourism Expansion

16 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

China’s Dalian Wanda Group is leading a 6 billion yuan investment in online travel company, as it diversifies further into the country’s booming travel market. Dalian Wanda Group, the parent company of Hong Kong-listed property developer Dalian Wanda Commercial, has agreed to invest 3.58 billion yuan in Suzhou-based in [...]

Russian Spacecraft Successfully Launches To International Space Station

18 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Third time's a charm as a Russian Progress spacecraft launches to the International Space Station for a Sunday rendezvous.

Samsung's Newfound Love Affair With Tizen Is Doomed

23 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

If Samsung is hoping that handsets running the long-promised Tizen OS are the answer to its weakening financial success in the smartphone market, it's asking the wrong question. The problem is that switching to Tizen is a tough bargain for existing Android users, and it's just as tough a sell for someone starting out in the smartphone world.

Moor To The Story: Quicktake on Cisco's Acquisition of OpenDNS

This week, Cisco Systems announced its acquisition of OpenDNS for $635M.  OpenDNS is a Software as a Service (SaaS) provider for deploying security solutions that enables companies to quickly deploy applications and end-point security solutions to protect themselves and their devices from malware and viruses.  This acquisition will help Cisco [...]

Why Privacy Advocates Are Protesting Proposed Limits On Anonymous Domain Registration

The personal data of countless website owners could be vulnerable if a new proposal goes into effect. The proposal in question—which has yet to be either accepted or rejected by ICANN, an international nonprofit organization that regulates the Internet—would require all "commercial website" owners to display their addresses in the WHOIS [...]

2015 Forbes Women's Summit: Full Session Videos

On June 10th, women of multiple generations came together for the third annual Forbes Women’s Summit: Power Redefined. The theme of this year’s gathering was “Transforming the Rule of Engagement.” In order to achieve meaningful impact, leaders must connect with a diverse array of stakeholders to build community around a [...]

Intel President Renée James Departs As Chipmaker Continues To Find Its Footing In Post-PC Era

(Photo credit: Scott Eells/Bloomberg) Intel's most powerful female executive (and #45 on our Most Powerful Women list) is departing for greener pastures. The company announced Thursday that Intel president Renée James is stepping down to find a chief executive officer position outside the chipmaking giant. "When and I were appointed to our current roles, [...]

After 'Arkham Knight' Rocksteady Should Take Batman 'Beyond'

Many of those who bought Arkham Knight at launch are probably going to be wrapping things up this week, because most people aren’t crazy enough to beat it in three days like me so I could write this post. After that, however, outside of a few DLCs, the Arkham series will [...]

Why Hacking Works And How It Can Be Blocked Effectively

Why does hacking work? How can it be blocked most effectively? This question was originally answered on Quora by Adrián Lamo.

To Lead The Software Container Rush, Docker Plays Nice With Its Startup Friends

Billion-dollar startup Docker's the leader of a rush to containers in software. To keep it that way, it has to learn to play nice with its startup friends.

Uber Is The Napster Of Driving-as-a-Service

When an innovative new concept disrupts an established industry there are always growing pains. There is generally a backlash from dominant players resisting change—scratching and clawing to maintain the status quo. Even if they succeed in the short term, though, time marches on and the future comes whether they like [...]

Harvard Got Hacked, Again

For the second time in four months, Harvard University was hacked. On Wednesday, the school announced that it discovered a breach in its Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Central Administration IT networks. The news of the hack—which was discovered on June 19— comes on the heels of a handful of [...]

Windows 10 Release Delays Confirmed By Microsoft

Most can forget about getting Windows 10 on launch day...

How NASA Is Helping Rovio's Angry Birds Explore The 'Solar System'

Rovio's Angry Birds Space game gets an update today that adds 15 Solar System levels. Each level features a different planet, comet or satellite in our Solar System.

This Is What It's Like To Live In Zambia And Love Japanese Cartoons

Zambian anime fans at Lusaka Comic Con. Dragon Ball Z is one of the most famous Japanese anime shows on Earth. But when it came to Zambia, fans got a subversive surprise. The action show is all about “powering up” into fighters’ final forms, where “power” is chikara in Japanese. What subtitlers [...]

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