Better late than never appears to be the mantra at Oracle Corp. The database giant, which was famously late to embrace cloud computing and is still playing catch up, is now said to creating a “new startup organization” focused on emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, cloud, Internet of Things and virtual reality. Show More Summary
Mark Bergen, writing for Bloomberg: The Alphabet Inc. company is making a rare, sweeping change to the algorithm behind its powerful search engine to demote misleading, false and offensive articles online. Google is also setting new rules...Show More Summary
Big Data analytics firm Palantir Technologies Inc. has taken the easy road and decided to settle a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Labor that alleged it discriminated against Asian job applicants versus contesting the allegations in court. Show More Summary
Gurgaon based TOP Technologies Private Limited that runs a coworking platform The Office Pass, has closed a seed investment round from a
Matrix Partners India and Times Internet today announced that they have co-led a Series A round of funding for Myra, a company
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The classics are making a comeback, and we want to know what Super Nintendo games you would like to have in the mini version of this rumored console.
CNET@Work: The CRM giant will offer WeWork members 30 percent off its software available in the recently launched WeWork Services Store.
Bangalore-based Frrole Inc. is venturing into the U.S. market with a social monitoring tool aimed at marketers that incorporates an element of artificial intelligence to provide deeper insights based on social analytics. Called Scout, the product combines audience intelligence, social listening and on-demand research in a single platform. Show More Summary
This guest post by Jerry Chen, a partner at the venture capital firm Greylock Partners, originally appeared on Greylock’s blog, reproduced here by permission. Chen has frequently appeared on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media Inc.’s mobile video studio. Show More Summary
The social network's co-founder may not be running for president, but his manifesto was inspired in part by talking to one.
The data miner agrees to pay $1.6 million to settle accusations it discriminated against Asian job applicants.
Google is making some serious changes to Search. The main aim is to bury the bad results from bogus sources, promoting accurate results from authoritative sources. Google is also promising to be more transparent about its products, and by announcing this it’s clearly off to a good start. Show More Summary
Old media — print, radio and film — are finally seeing that Silicon Valley is not some existential threat and technology, like the cloud, can assist them — as it has other industries, according to Brian Lillie (pictured), chief customer officer and executive vice president of technology services at Equinix Inc. Show More Summary
I compared the cheapest 2016 and 2017 OLED TVs directly. Both are awesome, but only one is overpriced.
Families of five can get unlimited voice and data for $120 a month before taxes and fees.
If you're a fan of the popular livestream, mark your calendars for a few hours each week of watching April, Oliver and their still-unnamed son.
AT&T lost more than 348,000 postpaid phone customers as it builds out new lines of business like its DirecTV streaming service.
At its annual F8 developer conference, Facebook announced a beta trial of its Thoughts project. Thoughts is a collaboration between Facebook and the research community that has set a goal of typing 100 words per minute, 5x faster than typing on a smartphone, straight from someone's brain. Show More Summary
For those who are new to the professional blogging world, one of the most important things to understand is that there are two major kinds of blog income: active and passive. Active income typically involves one-on-one services suchShow More Summary