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Microsoft Azure beats Amazon and Google in Forrester Wave for Big Data Hadoop Cloud Solutions

In the latest Forrester Wave report for Big Data Hadoop Cloud Solutions, Microsoft Azure came on top beating both Google and Amazon Web Services. After 37-criteria evaluation, Forrester recognized Microsoft Azure as a leader in their Big Data Hadoop Cloud Solutions. We are excited to see Microsoft so prominently placed in the Forrester Big Data […]

8 things I learned in 7 years writing for The Next Web

Today is my final day writing for The Next Web before I embark on something new. Late May will mark seven years since my first ever article was published. It was about the launch of Google Wave, and thankfully my career here outlived that once hotly-anticipated piece of technology. Show More Summary

Telegram calls Google buyout rumor ‘absolute bullshit’

Google may be the king of search but some of its best efforts around building communications tools have failed – remember Wave? – or faltered – remember the last time you used Google+? No, me neither. Google Chat, now integrated with Google Hangouts, was once my go-to office gossip tool. Show More Summary

Google predicts the future: Go big on artificial intelligence - CNET

In his first-ever letter to shareholders, Google CEO Sundar Pichai says the next wave of computing is all about machine learning. And a computer that can beat you at a 2,500-year-old board game.

Google brings high-speed public Wi-Fi to nine more train stations in India

Back in January Google rolled out its first wave of high-speed Wi-Fi to train stations in India, and now the company has added nine more stations. With more than 100,000 people already logging into the Wi-Fi each week, Google's mainShow More Summary

Google Wants You To Wave Goodbye To Your Free Time

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Blank space on your calendar used to be a good thing. It was your free time, when you could relax, work on a personal project or hang with friends. Now, Google wants to fill empty calendar space with the activities you’d like to do at some point but never seem to have time for. Show More Summary

Microsoft envisions Cortana as your best digital friend

Microsoft’s Cortana personal assistant competes against the likes of Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and the unnamed mystery voice behind Google Now. It’s part of a new wave of services that are slowly making talking to computers mainstream, but because of Microsoft’s weak position on mobile, it hasn’t quite had the same impact as some of its competitors. Read More

‘Would I Put A Sociopathic Genius In Charge Of This Process?’ Artificial Intelligence Concerns Rising As AlphaGo Wins Big

Artificial intelligence is making waves once again as Google’s AlphaGo made headlines after it defeated Go grandmaster Lee Se-Dol for the first time. While many are calling gains in AI a win for society, others are voicing concerns over the future of a society in which computers can outperform humans in almost every conceivable fashion.... Show More Summary

Tech News: Go Games Send Waves of Interest on Artificial Intelligence in South Korea

Following the defeat of 9-dan world champion Lee Sedol to Google DeepMind's AlphaGo AI (artificial intelligence) program, interest on Go games has massively increased in South Korea.

Google I/O 2016 invites are going out!

Check your mail. If you registered for a general attendee or academic ticket for Google I/O 2016 last week, now's the time to check your email. Google has begun sending out the first wave of invites for the annual developer event, which runs from May 18-20 in Mountain View, Calif. Show More Summary

This ain't your average princess ring: 10 unique engagement ring designs you never expected

If you're looking for unique engagement ring styles, and stumbling across the same-ol same-ol on Google searches and Pinterest, you better take a few quick breathes and prepare yourself for the tidal wave of engagement ring creativity that our sponsor Joseph Jewelry is about to unleash on you today. Show More Summary

It’s 2-0! How Google’s DeepMind is beating the best in Go, and why that matters

It probably won't get as much attention, but DeepMind has a chance to make bigger waves in AI than IBM did, when it beat Gerry Kasparov at chess in 1997.

The Experiment Is Over: Google Opens Its Project Fi Wireless Service To All

It drops the invite-only requirement and throws in a Nexus 5X for $200 in the hopes of bringing on a wave of new customers.

Photo: Virtual Reality Straphanger Discovers Perfect Way To Avoid Eye Contact

It seems like only yesterday we were beta testing our nightmare dystopian future and groveling at the feet of attractive cyberunicorns. But for now, Google Glass has gone the way of Google Wave and Google Buzz into the big recycling bin in the clouds, leaving tech-savvy New Yorkers with fewer ways to distinguish themselves from the unwashed masses. Show More Summary

Watch a real dog react to Google's latest robotic dog (Goog)

Boston Dynamic's robotic tech is making waves again. After showing off its current crop of humanoid robots last week in a video that's since gone viral, a new video has been posted of their robot dog Spot facing off against Andy Rubin's...Show More Summary

Google Project Skybender could bring super fast internet with the use of drones

A new report swears Google has been working on a new movement called Project SkyBender. They are using "self-flying" solar drones and millimetre wave technology.

India get its first beach with free public Wi-Fi

Visitors to Malpe beach in the southern Indian district of Karnataka will now be able to surf the Internet along with the waves thanks to a free public Wi-Fi network set up by the Indian government See also: Google launches free Wi-Fi service in India with Mumbai Central Station This makes it India's first beach to get free public Wi-Fi. Show More Summary

Jeremy’s 5: New emoji, T-Mobile LTE CellSpot, Google Photos, iTunes account merging + iOS beta battery

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Welcome to the latest edition of Jeremy’s 5, my latest quick roundup of 5 interesting little things that aren’t big enough for full articles, but are still worth sharing with you. This week, I’m looking at the next wave of emoji, T-Mobile’s 4G LTE CellSpot, Google Photos, iCloud/iTunes Account Merging, and battery drain from the latest iOS beta… 1. Take A Sneak […]

This Is What Happens When Every German Googles "Pepper Spray"

Back in November, we remarked that despite occasional videos of angry Germans protesting at what has become the biggest "foreign invasion" of Europe since World War II, the German popular response to the wave of migrants, which is now expected to top 1 million in 2015 has been relatively calm. Show More Summary

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