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SourceForge | March 14, 2014
The software’s core team talk about their Win32 Disk Imager project, originally developed for the Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) Netbook release.
Nick Kolakowski | March 14, 2014
This isn’t the first time scientists have suggested the platform, which relies on aggregated data, isn’t tracking the flu with accuracy.
Nick Kolakowski | March 13, 2014
In a new report, the investment firm suggests that Bitcoin “likely can’t work as a currency.”
Apple’s invention aims to provide an accurate measure of how far and fast a person moves.
Nick Kolakowski | March 12, 2014
Millions of gamers demanding instant data from a company’s servers can quickly wreck the collective experience. All cloud-product developers, take note.
David Bolton | March 12, 2014
Every programmer boasts a “secret sauce” technique for being more productive and churning out more code.
Nick Kolakowski | March 11, 2014
IT vendors have increasingly turned their sights on the auto industry as a new source of business.
Susan Hall | March 11, 2014
In five years, there will be almost half a million “data scientist” positions, according to one research firm.
Nick Kolakowski | March 10, 2014
During a video conference with a South by Southwest audience, Snowden opined on many topics.
A note on Mark Karpeles’ hijacked blog alleges fraud against the Bitcoin community.
David Bolton | March 7, 2014
Now that the proverbial dust surrounding the error has settled, it’s worth taking another moment to see what exactly went wrong.
Nick Kolakowski | March 7, 2014
“No, no, no, I was never involved,” Nakamoto reportedly told journalists.
Nick Kolakowski | March 6, 2014
Lots of IT vendors are jumping aboard the Hadoop bandwagon. The research firm decided to rank them.
Newsweek claims to have uncovered the mysterious founder of the popular crypto-currency.
Nick Kolakowski | March 5, 2014
Officials seemed reluctant to plunge into the weeds of privacy and security at the conference.
Miko Matsumura | March 5, 2014
Not only is Data Science not a science, it’s not even a good job prospect.
Nick Kolakowski | March 4, 2014
Who needs to pull off a conventional bank robbery when you can simply steal Bitcoin online?
Google BigQuery can prove a useful way to aggregate numbers (such as IP addresses) by geography.
Nick Kolakowski | March 3, 2014
The right combination of data analytics has helped win many a championship; but an over-reliance on “Big Data” can also lead to disaster.
Apple saw its share of the tablet market tumble from 52.8 percent to 36.0 percent between 2012 and 2013, according to Gartner.
Nick Kolakowski | February 28, 2014
An “information crisis” could swamp organizations that don’t handle data well.
David Bolton | February 28, 2014
Look into open-source projects, find something you like, and see whether you have the skills to get into it. It’s really that easy.
David Bolton | February 27, 2014
Which of these free C compilers will suit your needs?
Nick Kolakowski | February 27, 2014
Monsanto and other “Big Agra” companies are using analytics to power “prescriptive planting” initiatives.
Nick Kolakowski | February 26, 2014
If Bitcoin’s most prominent exchange can just “disappear” and take fortunes with it, should the world still trust Bitcoin?
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