Smile! 3 Impressive photo-sharing apps

Mellisa Tolentino | January 28th

Have you ever dreamed of being a professional photographer? Or do you just wish your amateur shots turned out better? This line of thinking is one of the reasons why photosharing apps have become...»

Bitcoin Weekly 2015 January 28: All about exchanges–Winklevoss Gemini, Coinbase Exchange, CoinMKT

Kyt Dotson | January 28th

This week appears to be mostly about the Bitcoin exchange ecosystem: the launch of Coinbase Exchange across the U.S., the Winklevoss twins plans for the Gemini exchange, and CoinMKT acquisition by AMX. In more grim news, a Colorado...»

Health gadgets for pregnant women and people with severe allergies

Mellisa Tolentino | January 28th

This week’s Smart Health roundup features the U.S. beta debut of a wearable health tracker with its own coach, an EpiPen smart case and smart clothes for pregnant women.


GOQii debuts in the U.S. market


Windows slump shows Microsoft’s transformation is taking hold

Mike Wheatley | January 28th

Yesterday brought bad news for Microsoft's shareholders, but the company's leadership won't be unduly concerned that its share price fell by 9 percent on Tuesday afternoon, shortly after announcing its fiscal second-quarter results...»

Where are developers going? PS4 vs Xbox One vs PC

Saroj Kar | January 28th

A few years ago, some reports claimed that games on PC were at risk of extinction. Today, however, we can say that, gaming on PC is far from dead, and that the reports issued years ago were...»

Teachers turn to data analysis to help students

Kristen Nicole | January 28th

Educators are increasingly turning to data to create targeted learning plans and help students excel on an individual level, according to Apple Inc.'s Vice President for Education John Couch. In some cases, colleges are...»

The green side of the software-defined data center

Maria Deutscher | January 28th

Born-on-the-Web companies have already initiated a massive industry-wide shift toward virtualization and highly scalable open source platforms, but they're also have an impact in a less-noticed area: power efficiency. Data centers are among the biggest electricity consumers on...»

Oracle seeks to streamline datacenter, foster innovation and lower prices

Rachel Schramm | January 28th

Oracle Corporation wants to offer a low-cost, highly streamlined platform upon which companies can spark innovation, said Neil Mendelson, Vice President of Big Data at Oracle. His company plans to leverage the combination of Big Data


Forrester: HP a top supplier for private clouds in China

Maria Deutscher | January 28th

While it hasn't made too big of a name for itself in the public cloud, the soon-to-split HP is a force to be reckoned with on the global map when it comes to private implementations, according to...»

Dragon Age: Inquisition is Bioware’s most successful launch ever

Eric David | January 28th

At Electronic Arts Inc.'s Q3 earnings call, the company claimed that the November release of Dragon Age: Inquisition was the most successful game launch in Bioware's history, topping other hit games by the developer such as Mass EffectKnights of the...»