Iranian DDoS on BBC has FBI On Alert for Further Cyberattacks

Mellisa Tolentino | March 16th

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is keeping their eyes peeled for cyber attacks as they deem it might be used by terrorists to cause massive destruction. "While to date terrorists have not used the Internet to launch a full-scale...»

Millennial Media Revises IPO Plans, Raises the Stakes

Maria Deutscher | March 16th

Millennial Media is currently the largest independent mobile ad network; its competitors have long been bought out by Google, Apple and other big fish looking to strengthen their hold on respective mobile ecosystems. That,...»

Microsoft Demonstrates “Beamatron” Augmented Reality via Kinect-Projector Duo

Kyt Dotson | March 16th

As a device that “sees” the world, Microsoft’s Kinect peripheral has been providing a lot of potential methods for delivering augmented reality. In this particular demo, Andy Wilson from Microsoft Research shows off the “Beamatron”—a Kinect attached to...»

Google Shifts Focus from Trusted Products to Social Platform as Security Probe Pushes On

Mellisa Tolentino | March 16th

[caption id="attachment_96230" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Photo credit: Minh Uong"][/caption] Back in February the Wall Street Journal published an expose on how Google used codes to bypass Safari’s security measures for tracking users’ browser activities.  Since then,...»

Dell to Setup 20 Data Centers in APJ

Maria Deutscher | March 16th

Dell is looking to open 20 new facilities to power private and public cloud services throughout the Asia Pacific-Japan region. The company says that the driver behind the initiative is demand from customers based in...»

HP Master Technologists Greg & Chris Tinker Takes a Look at Cloud Plumbing [VIDEO]

Maria Deutscher | March 16th

[caption id="attachment_96210" align="alignright" width="300" caption="The Cube - HP New Support Reality - Greg & Chris Tinker, HP with John Furrier and Dave Vellante"][/caption] Greg and Chris Tinker, two identical twins who work for Hewlett-Packard as Master...»

Mobile Payments at SXSW: PayPal Stole the Show

Mellisa Tolentino | March 16th

SXSW is still in full swing in Austin, Texas.  And in major events like this, you are bound to come across the hottest technology, including mobile payments.  But an article on Gigaom stated that...»

SAP Hoping for Big Data Edge with Predictive Analytics

Maria Deutscher | March 16th

SAP is making the new SAP BusinessObjects Predictive Analysis available to select customers, and will presumably be releasing out the platform into general availability sometime later this year.  This latest push represents the latest piece...»

Exclusive: CEO of HP’s Big Data Company Vertica Chris Lynch Resigns – Pledges Support to Startups

John Furrier | March 16th

Chris Lynch, the CEO of Vertica a company he led in it’s acquisition to HP for $350+ million, has resigned as head of HP’s Vertica division effective immediately, SiliconANGLE has learned. A source close to...»

So Who Was The First To Get The New iPad? It Wasn’t Steve Wozniak

Mellisa Tolentino | March 16th

Today’s mobile roundup features the official launch of the new iPad, Samsung’s Galaxy Note launch in Australia and more. Apple People in different parts of the world geared up to wait in line to be the first...»