HTC Looks into Security Flaw Discovered by a Blogger

Kristina Farrah | October 3rd

Not too long ago, a blogger discovered a security flaw in some of HTC’s mobile phones. EVO 3D, EVO 4G, Thunderbolt, and possibly the Sensation--the phones hold a user’s GPS location and e-mail addresses, which are accessible to...»

Oracle Tries to Hijack the NoSQL Movement with Big Data Appliance

Klint Finley | October 3rd

This morning Oracle officially announced Oracle NoSQL, a product our editor Alex Williams broke the news about last week.  It turns out that Oracle NoSQL will be a separate product from Oracle Exalytics, the business analytics appliance CEO...»

On Eve of iPhone Event, Expectations are High

Maria Deutscher | October 3rd

An email sent out by Apple late last month to select tech reports inviting them to attend an event at their Cupertino headquarters on October 4, which also contained the words “let’s talk iPhone,” tells...»

Hadoop, NoSQL and Big Data Job Trends

Alex Williams | October 3rd

Apple is looking for a Hadoop administrator to help "redefine" adverting on mobile devices. TripAdvisor needs a software engineer to build out its bigger than 25 terabyte database. Nokia seeks an engineer to...»

Adobe Acquires Nitobi, Strengthens HTML5 Strategy

Saroj Kar | October 3rd

Every year during the MAX technology conference, the latest technology trends and new products are showcased. And at the start of this year's event, Adobe didn’t disappoint. First the company announced the acquisition of privately...»

Oracle Performance Not Aligned with a Big Data Approach

Maria Deutscher | October 3rd

Oracle Open World 2011 kicked off this week, and SiliconANGLE will be delivering live coverage and analysis all throughout the event.  We've already had some fun with CEO Larry Ellison's keynote from last night,...»

What’s Your Gaming Personality, and How Much is it Costing You?

Kristina Farrah | October 3rd

There are real life rewards to social gaming, whether you're a hardcore gamer, a casual spender or a socially driven butterfly.  and according to game publishers RockYou, there's four different types of social gamer personalities,...»

Tresata Goes Deep on Big Data for Banking

Jeffrey Kelly | October 3rd

It’s a question that all new software vendors face: Should we deliver a horizontal, customizable platform that appeals to multiple industries or specialize in a single vertical with a highly-specialized software suite and do it...»

Flash Sales Flourish with Gilt’s Latest Buy, Daily Deals Decline in Kind

Kristina Farrah | October 3rd

Among the digital industries turning investors' heads these days is flash sales and daily deals.  Because of the strong competition within the advertising and retail markets, it’s not surprising that a third of these sites...»

iPad: Where Travel, Shopping and Mobile Payments Collide

Phoebe Mandap | October 3rd

It seems the iPad is synonymous with travel. It's not all that surprising of an association, given the mobility of the iPad. And in my personal experience, tools like the iPad even spur travelers to...»