Skytree Delivers (Literally) Astronomical Analytics

Maria Deutscher | February 23rd

Skytree, named after the tallest tower in the world residing in Tokyo, is a new machine learning startup that exited stealth today. The company’s pre-launch homepage featured a partially Photoshopped telescope snapshot of a...»

Fusion-io is All About Flash Gaming, Drecom its Latest Client

Maria Deutscher | February 23rd

Flash storage giant Fusion-io has been releasing case studies covering various companies’ use of its ioDrive solutions on a fairly regular basis lately, many hailing from the gaming sector. The newest comes from Drecom,...»

Motorola Responds to Microsoft, Apple Corrects ABC’s Foxconn Expose

Mellisa Tolentino | February 23rd

In today’s mobile roundup, we have Motorola’s response to Microsoft’s latest legal complaint, their participation at the Oscars, Apple’s troubles in China and Samsung’s Mobile World Congress offerings. MoMo Willing To Settle as they Walk the...»

Marten Mickos Gets a Buzz Cut and Eucalyptus Starts Hitting its Stride

Alex Williams | February 23rd

Eucalyptus Systems CEO Mårten Mickos made a bet with his engineering team. Beat the deadline for the next release and he'd let them shave his head, complete with the Eucalyptus logo. The engineering team won. And...»

2011 Was the Year of the Smartphone and Wi-Fi

Kristina Farrah | February 23rd

2011 was a flourishing year for Android as it moved ahead of everyone else in the mobile OS race. To start, it dominated with a 47 percent market share of device impressions last


Geoloqi Launches Platform for White Label Geolocation Apps

Klint Finley | February 23rd

Geoloqi has been around as a multipurpose geolocation app for iPhone and Android since 2010, and its API has been available since last summer. But today the Portland, OR startup is releasing its real product: the Geoloqi SDK...»

Dell Fails to Meet Expectations Admits PC Market Turmoil

Maria Deutscher | February 23rd

Manufacturing giant Dell, alongside competitor HP, has been making efforts to find a workaround for the impact that Apple’s iPad and Android tablets, among other mobile devices, has had on the PC industry. About...»

Infochimps Launches Hadoop and Big Data Management Platform

Klint Finley | February 22nd

Infochimps, known for its data market, today announced a big data management tool called Infochimps Platform, a suite for managing Hadoop and other big data tools that can be hosted in the cloud or on-premise. Infochimps will...»

Juniper’s Mykonos Acquisition a Step Into New Security Realm

John Casaretto | February 22nd

News that Mykonos Software was acquired by Juniper Networks was published here earlier at SiliconANGLE.  The integration is ambitious, but invokes some great strategic alignment. The result should help deliver next-generation security directly from Juniper’s network...»

Red Hat’s KVM Overtakes Xen and Service Providers Lead the Way

Klint Finley | February 22nd

This week Ubuntu sponsor company Canonical released the results of its latest Ubuntu Server User Survey. Over 6,000 Ubuntu Server users from around the world responded. Possibly the most interesting result is that although VMware still...»