Cloudy Times: From Enterprise to Consumer, HP to Apple

Maria Deutscher | June 13th

This past week features some of the biggest conferences for just about every industry in the cloud, from the customer to the enterprise level.

On the hybrid cloud front, Hewlett-Packard announced it has made

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Big Data Breaches: A 6 Month Downfall

Maria Deutscher | June 13th

These past few months seems to have spurred an unusually large number of hacks targeted against some of the biggest names in the tech industry. The first one to be highlighted on this list

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The UN Did Not Declare an Internet Right

richardbennett | June 13th

You might think the United Nations has declared a universal Internet right, based on some of the bloggy news of the past week. Wired’s Threat Level started the ball rolling Friday with a claim by
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Spotify, iCloud Battle for US Music Market

Cherr Aira | June 13th

London-based Swedish music services company Spotify is making its way to become a superpower in the online music industry. The “to die for” factor in their new attack of the business is their “freemium” service....»

Bubble Talk is Cheap, Few Deterrents for SocNets Going Public

Maria Deutscher | June 13th

The social media realm had its fair share of IPO headlines this year, and the latest name to join the list of companies planning on going public is CafePress. The online vendor founded in

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Fusion-io IPO Distracts from Social Media Bubble Froth

Cherr Aira | June 13th

Amidst stocks decline and long economic slumps, Fusion-io's strong IPO opening is the most notable deal in the tech community throughout a seemingly tough week. The Salt-Lake City-based company debuted its IPO...»

Appcelerator Launches Service to Build, Test and Deploy iOS, Android Apps

Kristen Nicole | June 13th

Appcelerator has always been about the cloud, even indirectly.  The mobile cloud development platform has taken an agnostic approach for developers to distribute their software, and as the cloud provides more virtual perks for software...»

HP in a Seesaw: Stocks Down, Tablets On

Cherr Aira | June 10th

Hewlett-Packard is on an upswing and a downhill ride. Being the largest computer manufacturer in the world, a lot is expected from them. And setbacks, in the eyes of outsiders, are nearly impossible. But, the...»

I Do Love Storage: Michael Dell’s Amorous Story

Cherr Aira | June 10th

Most people know Dell as the world’s leading computer-maker. End of story. Not known to many, Dell is also involved in the development of related products and services such as the storage—which is the main...»

First Came $25 Million for College Scholarships Now Microsoft Says K-12 Next on List

Steven Hodson | June 10th

A few days ago Microsoft announced that along with Boeing, they would be putting up $25 million each towards funding college scholarships in Washington State. Now Microsoft has announced that they will be looking ...»