CollabNet Bets on PaaS as the Future of Enterprise App Development

Alex Williams | April 30th

CollabNet is a leader  in the application lifecycle management market space. But it sees its future as a development engine for the platform-as-a-service (dPaaS) market. Today the company is launching a new strategy around cloud...»

Travora Media Acquires The Nile Project to Strengthen Social, Mobile Portfolios

Saroj Kar | April 29th

Travora Media has taken in The Nile Project, Inc. a San Francisco-based company also known as Nile Media, the global travel content publisher that provides well-known websites such as NileGuide, Localyte and 10Best, as well as...»

This Week in Big Data: Cloudera and VMware Enter the Frey

Maria Deutscher | April 29th

This past week in big data has been a pretty exciting one, with some product launches and a milestone acquisition by VMware. First up is Cloudera, which is not exactly new to the big data business....»

IBM Quietly Launches a Web API Management Service and Makes a Big Push to Attract Developers

Alex Williams | April 28th

IBM quietly launched a Web API management service this week called the Cast Iron API Cloud that illuminates a keener focus on app development and a hard push to attract developers to build mobile...»

Programming Language Popularity Based On O’Reilly Book Sales

Klint Finley | April 27th

O'Reilly's Mike Hendrickson has published some interesting data about the company's programming book sales. I previously looked at Hacker News poll on readers' favorite languages and compared it to RedMonk's analysis of programming language use on...»

PC Gaming Rejoice: Valve Confirms Linux Version of Steam and the Source Engine

Kyt Dotson | April 27th

The bloggers over at the Linux blog Phoronix caught up with Valve’s CEO Gabe Newell to ask about his video game distribution service and their intent to port it to the open source Linux operating system. The rumors...»

This Week in Cloud: Remote Storage Regains Interest

Maria Deutscher | April 27th

The concept of offering users online hosting that they can use to hold their personal files and data is nothing new. In fact, it has been almost completely milked out in the past couple of...»

Cryptic Studios Hack Discovered…From December 2010

Kyt Dotson | April 27th

In a statement released just yesterday Cryptic Game Studios—developer of City of Heroes, Champions Online, Star Trek Online, and a few other online game titles—revealed that they discovered that their systems have been hacked…in December 2010. The...»

Microsoft’s Laptop Advantage Over Apple

Anton Wahlman | April 27th

Let's say you could buy an Apple MacBook Air -- but with twice the battery life, at half the price. Does that sound attractive? Duh! What is this -- a so-called "ultrabook" that Intel is pushing through its usual OEMs?...»

Citrix Boasts Q1 Sales Growth, NetScaler Success

Maria Deutscher | April 27th

Virtual desktop solutions maker Citrix reported impressive gains for the first quarter of 2012, crediting a great deal of it to the success the company’s NetScaler VDI delivery platform has seen in the same...»