Mark Terenzino, CEO of Sqrrl, joined Jeff Frick in theCUBE for a quick update on the company, during the BigData SV Conference in Santa Clara. “We finished off 2013 ahead of plan on customers, ahead of plan on bookings, we … Continue reading ?
The post Else 3.10.13: Satoshi, Snowden, Google, And The Meaning of it All appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog. The past week spun with controversy and breaking news around many of our society’s most interesting conversations:...Show More Summary
Everything's gonna be fine. Or not.
Bieber referred to ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez as “my baby” during a surprise performance in Austin, Texas.
Efficiency means doing things at the right time, automating what you can, and going through them in one go. If you’re effective, you’re doing something right. That’s why you should use email filters and schedule email time. One trick is to prepare canned responses for emails you frequently write. Show More Summary
There were a lot of great interviews at #ONS2014, but the award for most insightful goes to Dave Ward, CTO of Engineering & Chief Architect at Cisco. Meeting with theCUBE hosts John Furrier and Dave Vellante, Ward discussed the software-defined networking … Continue reading ?
Last night's 'True Detective' finale made our inner lit geek very happy.
Google announced that Project Ara, its modular smartphone, on which work began not so long ago, would be a real device, not just a concept. Google holds the Advanced Technology and Projects division of Motorola after selling out to Lenovo. … Continue reading ?
Our Threat Report covering the second half of 2013 (with some forecasting of 2014) was released last week.You'll find it, and all of our previous reports in the Labs section of f-secure.com. On 10/03/14 At 06:24 PM
Pinterest is following the lead of Google, Facebook, and Twitter by releasing their first ever transparency report detailing they have received requests from the US government to provide user information. In the report Pinterest revealed...Show More Summary
by Stoney deGeyter Dear Web Developer, Let me start off by saying that I am simply amazed at your skills and abilities. The fact that you can take what appears to be random strings of letters, numbers and other strange keyboard characters and turn them into a great looking website is, quite simply, an amazing feat. Show More Summary
Because the NSA is "setting fire to the Internet."
Even the Zimbabwean tyrant Robert Mugabe had more followers.
This week’s SmartHome roundup features smart TVs in control of homes, an alliance for smarthomes launched at SXSW, and an Android tablet for all your home automation needs. Smart TVs to control your home Samsung and startup VTouch are working … Continue reading ?
You’re fortunate enough to have a PlayStation 4 sitting under your TV, having chosen the Sony console over Microsoft’s Xbox One and Nintendo’s Wii U. Now, you want to know which accessories to buy for it. We’ve already offered up five suggestions, but the PlayStation Camera deserves some special attention. Show More Summary
I heard one of the panelists at SXSW today talk about it being a thinkers conference. I thought that was worth a short post, because imho if you exclude even one thought from the flow, it's no longer about thinking -- it's about keeping the promoters happy. Show More Summary
"Make sure you're regularly posting fresh content. "Oh yeah, and of course it has to be unique and useful and relevant and share-worthy and…" Sound familiar? The SEO industry is awash with advice like this and it's true – it is important to be regularly creating fresh content that is going to be of benefit [...]Show More Summary
Nielsen, the media-measurement juggernaut, announced that it is opening up its API for the first time. Nielsen made the announcement alongside many other groundbreaking launches and promotions as SXSW continues to heat up. With coverage...Show More Summary
As a translation service powered by human translators and accessed via an API, Gengo has a fairly unique business model—an API-as-product that uses the API to engage a human workforce to carry out sophisticated business processes.
The latest piece of predictive tech in the growing market of things that know what you want.