Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

All Blogs / Technology / Internet / Posts With Video


Why YouTube’s Automated Copyright Takedown System Hurts Artists

For some, getting a copyright claim on their YouTube video might be an inconvenience. For others, it’s a massive headache that ignores copyright law… in the name of enforcing copyright law. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and VPN services.

Private, Partner or Public: Which API Strategy Is Best For Business?

Businesses exploring an API strategy are asking themselves: private, partner or public? Since the start of the year, there has been a lot more thinking aloud about how businesses decide whether to start with an internal (private) API; use partner APIs to manage specific business relationships; or jump straight into designing external, developer-facing open (public) APIs.

3 Game Capture Software Solutions Tested

Gaming is awesome: but sharing that with the world is even better. To do that, you’ll need some way of recording your antics. In today’s video, I’ll show the best way to record from a PC, a console, and even from an iPad. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jCHQ4PqQSs...Show More Summary

Send in the clouds : Stu Miniman + the Storage Alchemist on cloud innovation in the enterprise and beyond

Cloud computing is sweeping through the enterprise, giving rise to new challenges and opportunities that CIOs simply cannot afford to ignore. Steve Kenniston, an industry veteran best known for his personal blog The Storage Alchemist, appeared in the latest episode … Continue reading ?

Print your food: 3D printing accelerating food product development

With one press of the button, and you can get a meal out of the printer, specifically tailored to your taste, and health condition. For now this is still very far from reality, but worldwide there are more and more … Continue readin...

#MozCon 2014: Everything You Want to Know (Including the Kitchen Sink)

2 months agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by EricaMcGillivray MozCon is five months away! What?! And besides my daily countdown to MozCon, provided by the lovely Sha Menz, many of you out there have asked for the juicy details of what we're planning this year. This year,...Show More Summary

Moderated Testing 101

What is moderated testing? Remote moderated usability testing is an adventure. During a moderated test, you are live, “on the line” with your test participants, guiding them through the tasks, answering their questions, and replying to their feedback in real … Read More

Zettaset wins patent for “split brain resistant failover” in Hadoop

Zettaset, a fast-growing developer of management software for Hadoop, has been awarded a patent for the high-availability (HA) component that ships with its flagship Orchestrator solution. Issued on November 26, 2013 and announced last week, U.S. Patent #8,595,546 covers a … Continue reading ?

The role of the cloud : Realizing the vision for self-serve analytics | #BigDataSV

Over the past three years, Big Data has evolved from hype to reality in the enterprise, presenting a new paradigm for decision-making with the potential to drive competitive advantage as well as operational efficiencies. Alteryx COO George Mathew believes that … Continue reading ?

Video Game Hub Episode 5 – Titanfall Beta, Flappy Bird Saga, Batman Drama

Welcome to MakeUseOf’s Video Game Hub episode 5, the weekly news show where we count top the top five news stories from the busy world of video games. A new episode airs each and every Friday. Who has time to keep up with all that constantly...Show More Summary

Server SAN: What it is and why it matters

One of the major challenges that faces any organization with digital data is how to maximize storage availability while minimizing the amount of time and money spent maintaining it. Server SAN is a concept of storage that does exactly that, … Continue reading ?

Running Android apps on Windows Phone would be suicide

It’s being reported that Microsoft is considering allowing Android apps to be used on its Windows Phones, a move that would represent a major U-turn from its usual business model, but could also be seen as an admission of defeat. … Continue reading ?

Bullish on Bitcoin : The biggest land grab since the Internet

Bitcoin is the biggest land grab since the Internet. That Internet as we know it was created 24 years ago by Tim Berners-Lee with the first web browser called the WorldWideWeb (no spaces). Three years later Jim Clark and Marc … Continue reading ?

Which Social Media Platform Is Best For Your Brand

2 months agoInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

  You can't do it all – especially with social media. With 10+ popular social platforms, how do you give each one your best effort? If your brand is new to social media or looking to expand its efforts, check out this guide to decide which one you should focus on. Here are four brands [...]Show More Summary

Elite former-Israeli intelligence experts launch big data analytics security platform: Cybereason

A new cybersecurity tool launched from stealth mode today by ex-military intelligence agents offers a way to stop hacker operations in real time.  The founder’s name is Lior Div, and he is a recipient of Israel’s prestigious Medal of Honor … Continue reading ?

How to edit Look Backs on Facebook : Here’s 3 worth watching

You may have already seen your friends’ Look Back videos, and some of you may already be tired of these cheesy short clips.  Though many have shared their videos on Facebook, some have opted not to because some of the … Continue reading ?

How Pirate Bay Came Close to Hosting on North Korean Soil

The Pirate Bay has flirted with North Korea on more than one occasion. While most attempts were practical jokes, in its early days the notorious site came close to actually hosting its servers on North Korean soil through a connection at the country's embassy in Sweden. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and VPN services.

Why Asian Culture Killed the $50k/Day Mobile Game App Flappy Bird

2 months agoTechnology / Internet : ShoeMoney

Warning: This is my pure personal opinion. Not of this site, where I’m guest posting. Plus I’m making lots of generalizations. Read at your own discretion. If you haven’t heard yet, #1 mobile game “FlappyBird” that was making over $50k in ad revenue per DAY was taken off the app store… by it’s creator. Why? […]

Web Animation at Work

When I left my job last April, the plan was that I’d use my fancy CSS3 animation tricks to land a front-end development position at an agency in New York. But as I spoke at more and more conferences and interviewed at more and more companies, I realized I would never be satisfied working as a traditional front-end developer. Show More Summary

Uncovering ‘The Mask’, the most sophisticated malware yet?

An incredibly complex malware that’s said to be one of the most sophisticated ever discovered has been targeting computers around the world since at least 2007, according to a new report from security firm Kaspersky Labs. The malware, which has … Continue reading ?

Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC