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

Facebook Rolling out Mobile Privacy Controls

Facebook has announced in its blog today it’s rolling out its PC privacy controls to all of the social networking giant’s 200 million mobile users. This update will enable users to more effectively manage view and control the applications using their personal Facebook data. “A full list of all the applications you use, along with […]

Nexage Ads Get Rich with Media Connect

Nexage announced today the official release of Nexage Rich Media Connect or RMC, a mobile ad solution designed to scale mobile reach media and enable its clients to access large volumes of high-yield rich media ads. This is in addition to increasing the throughput and efficiency of ad campaigns while simplifying the overall related process. […]

PostPost and its Identity Crisis, Now on Facebook

TigerLogic just launched a real-time Facebook social newspaper PostPost, which is compiled from links, photos and videos a user’s friends share on the social networking site.  PostPost, written in JavaScript and built out of the Facebook Open Graph API, utilizes the Yolink search API and jQuery Masonry plugin to import data from Open Graph and […]

Online Video on the Rise

The online video industry some rapid growth in certain areas. As the industry tries to find more efficient routes to monetizing the greater and greater demand. In the past we’ve covered how some, including OnLive, take the ‘if you can’t beat them join them’ approach with the streaming giant, who has in turn seen an […]

Mobile Advertising Trends Take on the Market

According to a recent report released by IDC also covered by SFGate, Google and Apple currently hold the largest share of the mobile ad market, which may be fairly obvious for some, especially in light of the companies’ recent acquisitions. “But the mobile display ad market is still very fragmented, and no single company has […]

Facebook Expanding in D.C. for Progress with Privacy Issues

Facebook is expanding its Washington D.C office with the timely addition of privacy-related advocates, as its privacy issues raise more and more eyebrows from legislators. The company is currently amidst a search for a public-policy expert and a vice spokesman, followed by a recent appointment of a new head of office and the team of […]

IDC Predicts 2011 Personal, Mobile Cloud Boom

Global market intelligence firm IDC issued a report predicting personal and mobile cloud use will grow out of their current proportions, and collide into mainstream IT.  The report also predicts a 5.7% increase  in global IT spending and a 500+ percent growth in the cloud in 2011, among other things. “What really distinguishes the year […]

RIM Acquires mobile UI designer TAT

RIM’s CTOD David Yach today announced in the Blackberry blog that UI designer TAT (The Astonishing Tribe) will join Research in Motion’s lines to develop BB PlayBook and its other mobile platforms. “Today we are pleased to confirm plans for The Astonishing Tribe (TAT) team to join Research In Motion (RIM)… For those who don’t […]

Google Reader for Android: Another Stand Alone App Launch

Google today announced in its blog it has released Google Reader for Android, as a standalone app. Reader for Android has numerous features, and is only one item in an array of many the search engine giant has taken to minimize the gap between its PC and mobile offerings, which is crucial for Android’s future […]

Kikked in the Face with a Lawsuit, RIM Takes No Prisoners

The Canada-based RIM sued Kik yesterday for allegedly infringing patents related to BBM. No exact details were disclosed, but the lawsuit does include accusations blaming Kik chief and former RIM employee Ted Livingston of unlawfully using information he obtained from the mobile maker in order to copy BlackBerry Messenger aspects. “Kik was once the highlight […]