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Nick Kolakowski | December 20, 2013
Newly revealed documents from Edward Snowden suggest the NSA and GCHQ spied on a variety of public figures.
David Bolton | December 20, 2013
Developed by Zynga engineers, PlayScript is a new compiler and runtime that extends ActionScript with features from C# and compiles to mobile devices.
Nick Kolakowski | December 19, 2013
Cyber-criminals had more than two weeks to pluck through 40 million customer accounts, Target confessed.
Jeff Cogswell | December 19, 2013
Intel and g++ compilers give you plenty of options for generating vectorized code. But how well does each platform actually perform?
Nick Kolakowski | December 18, 2013
Amazon Kinesis is the e-commerce giant’s entrant into the burgeoning marketing-analytics space.
Jon Bennett | December 18, 2013
Some of the most well-known terms describing flash memory are, without a doubt, the most poorly named in the NAND flash ecosystem.
Nick Kolakowski | December 17, 2013
Games such as “Candy Crush,” along with Snapchat and other social apps, were among the most popular iOS downloads this year.
Fitbit, FuelBand, and ingestible sensors aren’t quite enough to support researchers’ grandiose dreams for healthcare IT.
Nick Kolakowski | December 16, 2013
A gradual rollout supported by data might have served the hyper-local news network better than rapid, widespread distribution.
Boston Dynamics creates robots capable of scaling vertical surfaces, walking upright on two legs, and sprinting at up to 29 mph.
Nick Kolakowski | December 13, 2013
The $75 million in VC funding will go towards making the Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset a commercial reality.
Confusion over the candidacy of Qualcomm executive Steve Mollenkopf is the latest twist in the drama over Ballmer’s successor.
Nick Kolakowski | December 12, 2013
For any business considering the addition of an analytics platform to core operations in 2014, it’s worth asking tough questions.
It’s not about how well the consoles sell in their first few weeks of release—it’s how they do over the next few years.
Nick Kolakowski | December 11, 2013
Federal grants are supporting research into improving transportation via technology and data.
Nokia is working on an Android-based smartphone, according to reports. But would Microsoft actually allow it to release such a device?
Nick Kolakowski | December 10, 2013
A new scoring system by analyst Gene Munster puts the two voice-activated assistants on relatively even ground.
The new alliance of major companies proposes an open-source framework for uniting devices and services.
Nick Kolakowski | December 9, 2013
Despite its somewhat-tortured relationship with data analytics, HP can’t afford to let its rivals get ahead.
Virtual worlds are reportedly a big target of Western intelligence services.
Nick Kolakowski | December 6, 2013
In an interview with MSNBC, the President also alluded to the agency’s “aggressive” activities overseas.
Val Huber | December 6, 2013
Reactive captures the meaning of the underlying data, while enforcing consistency.
Nick Kolakowski | December 5, 2013
Pivotal and Capgemini want companies to bring data into a single “pool” for easier analysis. But that also comes with some risks.
The agency uses all that data to establish relationships between targeted individuals and previously unknown associates.
Nick Kolakowski | December 4, 2013
Google’s IaaS offering faces a tough road if it wants to fight toe-to-toe against Amazon Web Services.
How much of your media do you store locally?
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