How an SRA International app is making cancer research easier | #know15

Rachel Schramm | April 27th

SRA International, Inc. is building an app designed to make it easier for cancer researchers to do their jobs. It supports the technical staff at the National Cancer Institute using QR codes to offer the tech support staff...»

Tesla Motors website, Twitter account and Elon Musk pwned by hacker prank

Kyt Dotson | April 27th

Over the weekend, Tesla Motors, Inc. had its website hacked and replaced with an odd collage of images in what is common for the cyberspace version of graffiti. Near the same time the hackers also hijacked Tesla’s Twitter account,...»

Konami has canceled ‘Silent Hills’ made by Guillermo del Toro and Hideo Kojima

Eric David | April 27th

For the last few months, Konami Corp has been a stone wall when it comes to rumors about game legend Hideo Kojima's exit from the studio, but now the Japanese game developer has announced that...»

The focus on exploring the ITSM marketplace is growing larger everyday | #know15

Heather Johnson | April 27th

  Robert Young, research manager for endpoint device and ITSM at International Data Corporation (IDC), believes that IT departments need a laser-like focus on service awareness. Young analyzes how the cloud, mobile, social and Big Data impact IT...»

ServiceNow’s moves are “damn good” says analyst: ecosystem will explode | #know15

Rachel Schramm | April 27th

Bolstered by consistent messaging and a platform play instead of a product, ServiceNow has continued to evolve and inspire confidence. TheCUBE hosts John Furrier and Dave Vellante shared their predictions for ServiceNow's future as they wrapped up...»

What you missed in the Smart World: Sexy furniture that weighs you, nail art that controls your world

Mellisa Tolentino | April 27th

This week’s Smart World Series features stackable switches that not only conduct electricity but also transmits data, smart city initiatives across the globe, game-changing wearable devices, nail art that turns your thumbnail into a trackpad and how health...»

Cloudy king? AWS said to be bigger than Google, Microsoft, IBM AND Salesforce combined

Mike Wheatley | April 27th

Few were surprised to learn that Amazon Web Services is the leading cloud player when it comes to the amount of cash it's raking in, but is it really larger than all four of its...»

When Monty Python legend John Cleese throws water on theCUBE

Mellisa Tolentino | April 27th

It's nothing new to land an A-list tech executive on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s premiere video production for exclusive event coverage, but what happens when a famous comedic actor drops by? While at ServiceNow Knowledge15, John Cleese, English actor, comedian, writer...»

Google makes a case for encrypting the Web

Mike Wheatley | April 27th

China kicked up a storm earlier this month when it was alleged to have used its “Great Cannon” weapon to carry out distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against GitHub, a code repository...»

Valve head Gabe Newell responds to paid mod controversy

Eric David | April 27th

When Valve Corp announced that it would be allowing content creators to sell mods for games like Skyrim through Steam Workshop, it probably did not expect the extremely negative response it got from its...»