GridGain is Heady on Analytics with Version 4.0 Platform

Maria Deutscher | March 26th

GridGain announced the fourth and latest release of its Java-based open source analytics middleware, which features several improvements and expanded support. Version 4 introduces a new tool appropriately named the Monitoring and Management Console, aimed...»

Data Scientist Hilary Mason Speaks about’s Dragoneye and Real Time Social Data

Kyt Dotson | March 26th is a URL shortener best known for living in a niche alongside such powerful contenders as Tinyurl, Google’s variant, and many others—the debate over the use of URL shorteners continues to be heated—but with services such as...»

Nokia Lumina Will Be AT&T’s Cheapest Flagship Phone Yet at $99

Mellisa Tolentino | March 26th

The Nokia Lumia 900 will be launching on April 8 in AT&T stores, priced at $99.99 with a two-year contract.  This will be AT&T’s cheapest flagship phone ever sold. The Lumia 900 features...»

3 Trends a Rearden Data Scientist Would Like to See Visualized: Q&A Series

Kristen Nicole | March 26th

Rearden is one of the few companies utilizing big data ideals to directly benefit the consumer.  With an edge on travel patterns, Rearden has a good idea of our behavioral patterns when it comes...»

DevOps Vendor Opscode Raises Even More Money: $19.5 Million Series C

Klint Finley | March 26th

Today, Opscode, the company that sponsors the configuration automation tool Chef, announced that it has closed $19.5 million in series C funding lead by Ignition Partners with follow-on investment from Battery Ventures and Draper Fisher Jurvetson....»

Why Google Matters in HP’s $800 Million Deal With Travel King Sabre Holdings

Alex Williams | March 26th

Sabre Holdings has a considerable data trove. Its holdings span reservation systems for airlines to the online travel service Travelocity. Its databases are spun out across the network. There are databases for IBM mainframes, Oracle systems and those...»

Pinterest Updates TOS, Photgraphers Still Unhappy

Mellisa Tolentino | March 26th

Pinterest, the online pinboard that lets users organize and share photos of the things they love, revised their terms of service after consulting with their members.  Here are some of the few changes...»

Loeb vs. Yahoo: Battle of the Board

Mellisa Tolentino | March 26th

In what could be seen as move to spite Daniel S. Loeb, an American hedge fund manager and founder of Third Point, activist investor and owner of a large stake in Yahoo, the company appointed...»

Instagram Heads to Facebook with Vitrue’s Latest Module

Saroj Kar | March 26th

Vitrue, maker of enterprise software for social media campaigns, announced the launch of the new Instagram Tab module, an industry first that allows marketers to seamlessly integrate images into Instagram Facebook pages. Vitrue offers a...»

Apple Battles Smugglers, Cracks Down on Developers and UDIDs

Mellisa Tolentino | March 26th

Today’s mobile roundup features Apple’s strategy in battling smugglers, NetZero’s Prepaid Wireless Data Plan, and more. Apple Trumps Smugglers A report from Reuters tells the tale of smugglers wanting to generate huge profits from the new...»