Stanford Offering Online Graduate Certifications in Data Mining

Klint Finley | October 19th

Stanford is now offering two online graduate certifications in data mining: the Mining Massive Data Sets Graduate Certificate and the Data Mining and Applications Graduate Certificate. They cost about $10,000 each. Both are part of...»

Automattic Finally Monetizes (Seven Years Too Late)

Mark 'Rizzn' Hopkins | October 19th

Earlier today at John Battelle’s Web 2.0 Summit, Federated Media and Automattic issued a joint announcement that they were now able to offer publishers on WordPress.com’s free blogging service the ability to run advertising on their blogs. This...»

What Oracle Gets Out of the Endeca Deal

Klint Finley | October 19th

Yesterday Oracle announced the acquisition of enterprise search company Endeca. Apart from amplifying what Wikibon's Dave Vellante calls "urinary olympics" between Oracle and HP (which you'll recall just acquired the enterprise search company Autonomy, with much derision...»

The Coming Flood of Internet Domain Names – Will Corporations Pony Up?

Tom Foremski | October 19th

AdAge columnist Judy Shapiro writes that ICANN's new program, which allows any word to be used instead of .com or .org, etc, will create "one of the biggest changes on the Internet in a decade." She
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Consumer Revolution: The Power is Now in Our Hands

Mellisa Tolentino | October 19th

Brian Solis, the principal of a research-based advisory firm and globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders and published authors in new media.  He joined the Altimeter Group back...»

SlideRocket Extends the Niftiness of Applications to Support Education

Kristina Farrah | October 19th

It doesn’t seem too long ago when analysts and pundits alike criticized the idea of software because they didn’t believe that something intangible can actually make real money. Today, however, the tech bubble that used to

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How Many Android Tablets are in the Wild?

Mellisa Tolentino | October 19th

Walt Mossberg interviewed Google’s mobile chief Andy Rubin in All Things D’s AsiaD, the company’s inaugural expansion on a global stage.  They talked about the just-launched Galaxy Nexus that uses facial recognition to...»

Q&A With Pat Hanrahan, Tableau Co-Founder and Data Visualization Pioneer [Part 2]

Alex Williams | October 19th

In part two of our Q&A with Tableau Co-Founder Pat Hanrahan, we discuss the lack of capabilities in most data visualization technologies; the different ways to judge data visualization and the technology developments underway...»

New Media Minute: Can Social Media Save a TV Show?

Daisy Whitney | October 19th

Network executives are already canceling new fall shows like ABC’s Charlie's Angels and NBC’s The Playboy Club, raising the question of what role social media plays in the success of a TV show. The New Media Minute did...»

The End of a Story: Google Buzz

Saroj Kar | October 19th

Google has announced that it will abandon Google Buzz, which lets you share information with friends without having to create new networking contacts. End of service will take place in mid-January 2012. This decision is taken in...»