Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Tuesday June 18, 2013 here’s your SiliconANGLE daily round-up. Another buy for Yahoo? Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer could be close to another acquisition. Rumors of a buyout of New York based startup Qwiki … Continue reading ?
The controversy around the NSA’s recently exposed surveillance program has triggered an important public debate about user privacy and Big Data transparency, according to Tresata founder Abhishek Mehta. He provided his take on these two topics in a Q&A session … Continue reading ?
Hewlett-Packard made a big fuss about its public cloud service at last week’s HP Discover event in Las Vegas: Bill Veght, the company’s software chief, boasted that HR SaaS provider Workday abandoned Amazon Web Services (AWS) in favor of HP … Continue reading ?
Global interest in hackathons is growing fast, with many events booking out shortly after being announced. Developers keen to test out new skills in real world environments, and entrepreneurs who want to connect with a readily assembled network of do-ers are driving global growth in hackathon events. Show More Summary
General Manager of Cloud and Smarter Infrastructure at IBM Deepak Advani came to talk on theCube with Dave Vellante and Stu Miniman at IBM Edge 2013 in Las Vegas. When asked about cloud adoption, Advani noted that the pressure CIOs … Continue reading ?
As part of my ongoing coverage of the Collaborative Economy (read all the posts) it’s important we explore all facets of this disruptive trend to corporations not just upsides, but the downsides. I also see that marketplace friction is a sign of disruption as power changes hands, which should make the seasoned web strategist [...]
Most people consider their smartphones the most important thing in their lives. It holds all their contacts, memories in photos and videos, and even other personal accounts such as bank or credit card details. So when someone loses their smartphone, … Continue reading ?
Posted by Cyrus Shepard Have you ever redirected a page hoping to see a boost in rankings, but nothing happened? Or worse, traffic actually went down? When done right, 301 redirects have awesome power to clean up messy architecture,Show More Summary
It was a sunny day at San Francisco when O’Reilly Fluent Conference 2013 kicked off, and Jeff Frick did the honor to wrap-up the first day of SiliconAngle’s coverage there. The event had a whole lot of guests and we’re happy to haveShow More Summary
Among the myriad of guests at O’Reilly Fluent, we had the chance to sit down with Daniel Riegel of ScootNetworks for an interview. ScootNetworks is a company which offer scooters for hire that are half the price of taxis, as fast asShow More Summary
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Another guest at The Cube during our second day of coverage at O’Reilly Fluent is Ann Spencer, Editor for O’Reilly’s Strata Practice Media. We’re delighted to have a chat with her because SiliconAngle has been to every single one ofShow More Summary
In our quest to extract signal from the noise at O’Reilly Fluent, we came across Lyle Shearer, front-end developer at Hudl. Jeff Frick was particularly delighted about having Shearer at The Cube because he is among the user-base of Hudl, an app that helps teams study themselves and scout their opponents. Continue reading ?
At O’Reilly Fluent, we are delighted to have a talk with Roger Magoulas, research director of O’Reilly Media. He’s a recurrent Cube alumnus and we love having Roger here at theCube not only because we love O’Reilly but also because Roger is in the cutting-edge of the market place, the trends and the people; and interesting insights are handy from him. Continue reading ?
We are very grateful to have on-screen the man who is at the helm of Fluent Conference, Simon St. Laurent of O’Reilly Media. Fluent is wildly successful as a developer conference and although there’s not much media hype about it, the event focuses on what really matters most: great developers that encourage solid following! Continue reading ?
Posted by PhilNottingham Video can be an expensive and time-consuming investment. For small businesses especially, the cost of producing video will always have to be weighed against other marketing investments, and the sad truth is that video can be a tough sell â?? especially when the ROI from its significant expense is hard to predict or quantify. Show More Summary
InterviewMaster a Bangalore-based startup has nabbed undisclosed amount of funding from Mumbai based VentureNursery Angel which is India’s first Angel-backed Start-up Accelerator. InterviewMaster.in has also been selected by VentureNursery’s...Show More Summary
Yesterday, Google tests giant balloons that beams Internet to earth below it and connect 50 test users of Canterbury area, New Zealand to the internet. It says the technology could bring web-surfing to remote corners of the world, underserved and places where cost of internet is high. Google says, it might actually be possible to [...] Article originally at - IndianWeb2.com
Stu Miniman carried out several of the interviews scheduled for Day 3 of our coverage with theCUBE, live from HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas, focusing on HP’s Partners. His guests for this segment were John Prego, Director of Global … Continue reading ?
One of our guests at The Cube is James Ferguson, CEO of kWIQly. The very first thing we noticed about this startup is the rather interesting spelling of its company, which Ferguson explained right away; kW stands for kilowatts, IQ for intelligence, and ly for quickly. Continue reading ?