An Impossible SF Commute Spurs Virtual Work Days

Maria Deutscher | February 20th

On Sunday the San Francisco Bay Bridge reopened, just in time to accommodate the bulk of the early-morning traffic. Most vehicles crossing over in that particular timeframe include workers rushing to the office. This statistical...»

WiFi’s Role in Toppling 4G and Local Retail Ads

Kristen Nicole | February 20th

Intel researchers are working on a project called Rosepoint wherein they managed to put a digital 2.4 GHz WiFi radio on a chip, right next to one of their low-power Atom CPUs.  The new...»

Developers: Make Operations Staff Your Best Friends

Klint Finley | February 20th

One of the things I hear periodically from critics of the DevOps movement is that it's too heavy on the "Dev" side of things. For example, here's a rant about how DevOps is a power grab...»

Copyright and Remixing: The Irony of Things, SOPA, Megaupload

Mellisa Tolentino | February 20th

Before I get to the point of this article, just a quick update: A  new indictment was filed in the Eastern District of Virginia against Megaupload, the file-sharing site founded by Kim Dotcom, which was seized by US...»

The Battle Over The Pirate Bay Censorship Rages On Across Europe

Kyt Dotson | February 20th

Thunderstorms have been rumbling in the cloud over what to do with the file sharing site, The Pirate Bay, and most of the drama centers around how different nations treat copyright infringement. As a site TPB would exist...»

Google’s Self-Driving Cars May Soon Be Driving Legally in Nevada

Kyt Dotson | February 20th

In what will be a momentous occasion for Google, Nevada has just unveiled the intent to draft legislation that will make them the first state in the United States to approve autonomous, self-driving cars. As we at SiliconANGLE...»

Fusion-io Boosts Webair’s Cloud

Maria Deutscher | February 20th

Flash storage provider Fusion-io recently released another one of its case studies, this time about how ioMemory helped data center operator Webair address the growing demands of its customers. Webair previously used traditional disk-based storage...»

Samsung Board Approves LCD Spin-Off

Mellisa Tolentino | February 20th

Last week, Samsung Electronics announced that they were considering spinning off their liquid crystal display operations by merging it with their Samsung Mobile Display arm which makes organic light-emitting diode or OLED panels. The company,...»

Avaya could Go Public in a $1BN IPO

Maria Deutscher | February 20th

Networking gear maker Avaya will become an even more serious threat to Cisco and Juniper Networks come April with reports of going public. That’s the timeframe two different anonymous insiders provided, according to a...»

Barnes & Noble to Release 8GB Nook Tablet on Wednesday

Mellisa Tolentino | February 20th

Last year marked the year of the tablet.  2011 was the year everyone decided to show off their take on the tablet, some competing with the iPad in size, while others decided to take on...»