Maria Deutscher

Maria Deutscher

Maria Deutscher is a staff writer for SiliconANGLE covering all things enterprise and fresh. Her work takes her from the bowels of the corporate network up to the great free ranges of the open-source ecosystem and back on a daily basis, with the occasional pit stop in the world of end-users. She is especially passionate about cloud computing and data analytics, although she also has a soft spot for stories that diverge from the beaten track to provide a more unique perspective on the complexities of the industry.

Latest from Maria Deutscher

Akamai adds new technology for speeding up video streaming, downloads

Alongside its efforts to expand into new areas such as security and access management, Akamai Technology Inc. is continuously improving its core content delivery services. The provider today launched a technology called Akamai Media Acceleration that is designed to speed up the transfer of large files over the web. As the name suggests, it’s geared […]

Samsung debuts its long-awaited Bixby voice assistant

The launch of the Galaxy S8 next week will mark much more than just a hardware refresh for Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s flagship smartphone series. Today, the mobile giant confirmed that the handset is set to ship with a homegrown artificial intelligence called Bixby, which has been the subject of intense speculation since company executives […]

LinkedIn releases the code for its internal Flashback testing tool

In today’s interconnected world, cloud applications often require the ability to interact with other services, which creates more work for developers. LinkedIn set out to ease the task today by open sourcing an internal tool that is designed to automate one of the most tedious chores involved in implementing application connectivity: testing how traffic is […]

Dell absorbs development startup ManyWho into its Boomi business

A few days after a top Silicon Valley venture fund backed Skuid Inc., a startup that lets companies develop custom software without any programming, the stakes in the code-free development segment are rising once again. It’s the result of Dell Technologies Inc. joining the fray on Thursday through the acquisition of four-year-old application specialist ManyWho […]

Amazon embeds Alexa voice assistant into shopping app on iPhone

Amazon.com Inc. is moving to target a much broader segment of potential users beyond its own popular Echo devices by embedding its Alexa voice assistant into its iPhone shopping app. The update started rolling out today and will provide access to all the key features that can be found in the Echo smart speakers with which […]

Telsa seeks to raise $1.15B as the Model 3 heads to production

Tesla Inc. is giving shareholders an opportunity to raise their bets ahead of its push to take on mainstream car makers with the $35,000 Model 3 sedan. On Wednesday, the company announced plans to put $250 million worth of common shares up for grabs on the stock market along with $750 million in convertible notes. […]

NodeSource’s newest tool aims to make the Node.js ecosystem more secure

NodeSource Inc. has taken it upon itself to help the thousands of organizations that use Node.js make their applications more secure. The startup, which was founded three years ago to commercialize the popular programming platform, is tackling the challenge a new tool that provides the ability to vet the third-party code packages used in a […]

Nvidia teams up with Bosch to develop AI system for self-driving cars

For chip makers working to capitalize on the autonomous vehicle revolution, cultivating alliances in the auto industry is just big a priority as developing processor technology that can stand out from the pack. Nvidia Corp. marked a major victory on this front today by striking a partnership with Robert Bosch GmbH. With annual revenues exceeding […]

Controversial Zenefits founder launches new HR startup with $7M in funding

A year after giving up the reins at Zenefits Inc. amid concerns over his conduct as chief executive officer, Conrad Parker is taking another shot at disrupting human resources software. The entrepreneur, who helped establish his previous company as one of the top players in this market, on Tuesday launched a new startup that aims to […]

Taking on Slack, Microsoft Teams launches with 100+ new features

The millions of workers who rely on Microsoft Corp.’s Office 365 suite will have an important new update available for download the next time they log in.   The release brings with it Microsoft Teams, the company’s long-awaited answer to Slack, which hit general availability today after a four-month pilot. More than 50,000 organizations signed […]