The politico’s crypto conundrum: To Bitcoin or not to Bitcoin?

Mellisa Tolentino | April 18th

Almost everything in the world is subject to some kind of government regulation, or has been otherwise tainted by politics. Now, as people begin exploring the possibility of having a unifying currency - one


Tor remains vulnerable to Heartbleed, pulls back capacity

Mike Wheatley | April 18th

More than a week after we first learned about the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL – the encryption that protects more than half of the internet – it's been revealed that large numbers of...»

Applications key to ‘lighting up the cloud’ | #RHSummit

Alan McStravick | April 17th

Over the previous two days, SiliconANGLE’s theCUBE has broadcast live from this year’s Red Hat Summit, held in the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The final guest joining co-hosts Stu Miniman and John Furrier was the Senior...»

Infrastructure and platform categories to be completely obliterated | #RHSummit

Alan McStravick | April 17th

At this week’s Red Hat Summit, celebrating its 10th anniversary, co-hosts of SiliconANGLE’s theCUBE, John Furrier and Stu Miniman, welcomed several members of the Red Hat Executive team. Early yesterday, Brian Stevens, Executive Vice President and CTO...»

IBM earnings disappoint those impatient on cloud investments

John Casaretto | April 17th

IBM watchers, take a deep breath and relax.  On Wednesday, IBM reported quarterly financial revenue that was its worst in five years.  Some truly epic numbers are unfortunately found throughout the report – at the high...»

Round-up: New APIs and SDKs from enterprises hope AI will help understand you

Saroj Kar | April 17th

Mobile and cloud services now have extensive capabilities. In addition to analyzing digital content, these services can harness ambient data such as temperature, location, user movements, schedule, user habits and engagement. As a result, developers need to be...»

Google Glass without glasses: here comes the Google contact lens with camera

Saroj Kar | April 17th

Google has patented a system in which cameras would be embedded into contact lenses. What would this accomplish? It could help generate pictures of everything that comes into the field of view of...»

Heartbleed Eh? – World’s first Heartbleed hacker arrested

John Casaretto | April 17th

The first of what are likely to be several arrests made in connection to the Heartbleed vulnerability has come out of Canada.  Nineteen year-old Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes of London, Ontario was charged by the Royal Canadian Mounted...»

Developers movin’ on top: How open-source + cloud changed the landscape

Mike Wheatley | April 17th

One of the biggest ongoing conversations in tech right now pertains to the shifting role of developers, and what this will mean for IT departments. A recent survey by Puppet Labs shows that...»

Diving into Big Data : Data lakes vs. data streams

Guest Author | April 17th

Data lakes and data streams are becoming common analogies in the discussion around analytics and potential enterprise big data strategies. The analogies are appropriate from several aspects beyond just visualizing different approaches to accessing useful information. As in nature, both lakes and...»