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Nick Kolakowski | May 20, 2013
Google has given every indication of being “all in” with regard to public-cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).
David Strom | May 20, 2013
It seems like new programming languages are created every week. But which ones aren’t worth wasting your time on?
Nick Kolakowski | May 17, 2013
The firm hints that the decline of the PC market, coupled with the popularity of iOS and Android, is also harming Windows 8’s corporate adoption.
Google offered upgrades to its Google Compute Engine, and rolled out the standalone Google Cloud Datastore.
Nick Kolakowski | May 16, 2013
Google’s social network features new tools, including automatic photo sorting and hashtags, that rely heavily on databases and semantic analysis.
Google Android and iOS continue to split the majority of the smartphone market—leaving other vendors fighting for third place.
Nick Kolakowski | May 15, 2013
Sensors sprinkled around the Google I/O 2013 conference will record and analyze massive amounts of ambient data.
Bob Holt | May 15, 2013
Training front-end developers to become experts is hard, but finding the perfect developer is even harder.
Nick Kolakowski | May 14, 2013
SAP is embracing the cloud wholeheartedly as an analytics platform. Oracle has seemed more reluctant to follow that path.
Dawn Kawamoto | May 14, 2013
American tech workers argue that the corporate push for H-1B visas is all about suppressing workers’ wages.
Nick Kolakowski | May 13, 2013
Google breaking down the walls between its products seems like something done with an eye toward the competition.
Sandeep Bhanot | May 13, 2013
Nick Kolakowski | May 10, 2013
The Open Data Policy is a big step toward institutionalizing data transparency.
Terry Walby | May 10, 2013
The journey to automation nirvana is a long one.
Nick Kolakowski | May 9, 2013
As the analytics space gets more crowded and competitive, smaller IT firms could begin uniting in larger numbers.
Facebook is reportedly in talks to buy Waze, a crowdsourced mapping-and-navigation app.
Nick Kolakowski | May 8, 2013
Stephen Wolfram offered MIT Technology Review his opinion on so-called “personal” analytics.
SAP is trying to expand the reach of its HANA in-memory technology.
Nick Kolakowski | May 7, 2013
Windows 8 has sold 100 million licenses. That’s a solid number, but Microsoft needs it to climb much higher in months and years ahead.
David Strom | May 7, 2013
Tech firms are relying on non-traditional hiring methods, from programming contests to finding the right people via algorithm.
Don Willmott | May 6, 2013
The book’s authors make a convincing case for Big Data analytics as a true leap forward, and a real opportunity for business.
Nick Kolakowski | May 6, 2013
Michael Widenius, co-founder of MySQL, suggests that Oracle has neutered the open-source database. He’s not the first to say so.
Nick Kolakowski | May 3, 2013
Google Now and other apps are leveraging user data more intensively than ever. Will that erode our expectations of privacy?
Oracle has invested in digital-health firm Proteus, which builds ingestible sensors that collect patient data.
Nick Kolakowski | May 2, 2013
The U.S. State Department’s CSO, along with other groups, are using data analytics to try and reduce violence around the world.
Head-mounted displays / sensors like Google Glass are:
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