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

Dell’s new XPS 13 two-in-one promises a hybrid experience

Although the Consumer Electronics Show doesn’t officially kick off until Thursday, hardware makers are already starting to unveil the new products that they’ll be demonstrating at the event. Dell became one of the first to join the fray today, pulling back the curtain on a new two-in-one configuration of its XPS 13 laptop. Introduced during […]

MobileEye and HERE join forces to help autonomous vehicles drive better

If autonomous vehicles are ever to hit the roads en masse, they’ll require the ability to accurately recognize all the different landmarks and environmental factors that influence driving. The technology isn’t quite there yet, but Mobileye N.V. and HERE believe that they can bring the auto industry a lot closer. The companies today launched a […]

Amazon Web Services’ WorkMail gets support for Outlook, other email clients

Not even the holiday season can slow down Inc.’s aggressive feature development roadmap, as the company Wednesday rolled out support for the IMAP data transfer protocol to AWS WorkMail. The addition to its cloud-based email and calendar service will enable users to view their messages through a wide range of popular email clients. The list […]

Qualcomm fined $854M by South Korean antitrust regulators

A year after getting hit with a $975 million antitrust fine in China, Qualcomm Inc. is once again on the hook over its business practices. The Korea Fair Trade Commission today ordered the chip maker to pay $854 million for what it has deemed to be anticompetitive behavior in the mobile processor market. Qualcomm, which reported […]

HERE adds three big Asian investors to jumpstart China expansion

The rapid rise of smart vehicles is driving a lot of investor interest in the tech companies that are helping the auto industry build out its digital capabilities. One name that has been coming up particularly often lately is mapping provider HERE, a former Nokia Corp. subsidiary that was acquired by a group of German car […]

Salesforce backs $7.5M round into fleet management startup Automile

The massive amount of administrative work involved in managing a company’s vehicle fleet can be overwhelming even for the most well-staffed operations department. But according to Automile Inc., it doesn’t have to be. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based offers a service that promises to reduce the load on logistics personnel using real-time sensory data from the […]

Backtrace bags $5M to help developers squash software bugs faster

At a time when releasing new code several times a day is becoming the norm for software teams, spending hours hunting down bugs the old-fashioned way is proving to be less and less sustainable. Abel Mathew and Samy Al Bahra experienced this challenge firsthand during their time at AppNexus Inc.’s engineering group. To help developers […]

Data integration startup Xplenty lands $4M and makes its first acquisition

Moving information from one system to another can either take a few clicks or a few weeks depending on the use case. When it comes to large-scale analytics projects, data transfers are more likely to fall into the latter category, a situation that Xplenty Ltd. has spent the last six years trying to elevate. The […]

Microsoft lands $927M tech support deal with US Defense Department

Professional services don’t come up nearly as often during Microsoft Corp.’s earnings calls as Office 365 or Windows, but they’re nonetheless an important revenue source for the company, especially in the public sector. The technology giant on Monday won a landmark technical support contract from the U.S. Department of Defense that is worth $927 million. Under […]

Dynamic Yield raises $22M to make marketing more personal

A custom advertisement or targeted piece of content can go a long way toward winning over an online shopper, but the large volume of traffic that e-commerce companies receive makes it difficult to provide a personalized experience for every visitor. Dynamic Yield Inc. has taken it upon itself to ease the task. To fuel its […]