Cloud’s Week in Review: From Open-source Storage to Intel Research

Maria Deutscher | August 28th

There’s been some buzz around quite a bit of cloud industries throughout the week, following some big announcements including product updates, acquisitions and more. The first one to take the spotlights is Gluster, developer of...»

Thomson Reuters and other Top Tablet Apps for Business Users

Maria Deutscher | August 27th

This week too we’ve rounded up five of the most widely used tablet business apps out there. This category is a growing one, and more and more developers are following the trend.  As the social...»

What a Jobs-less Apple Can Learn from Bill Gates

Cherr Aira | August 27th

Steve Jobs built the Apple empire from ground up. And as he leaves, a very significant chapter of a globally-recognized company will close.  In every goodbye, letting go and moving on are crucial.  Apple...»

5 Social Collaboration Companies Likely to Follow Jive to an IPO

Klint Finley | August 26th

This week Jive Software took steps towards launching an IPO by filing an S1. Many have focused on the company's lack of profitability and deep losses (see Dennis Howlett's coverage for a particularly harsh take...»

The Disruptive Nature of NAND Flash Storage Explained

Bert Latamore | August 26th

Flash storage, on everything from large, high speed servers to laptops, is a major technology disrupter that will replace high-speed SAS disk systems on servers and disk drives in laptops and desktop PCs. It is...»

TMZ Shoots a Sickly Steve Jobs, Stoops Too Low for Words

Kristen Nicole | August 26th

There’s a photo floating around of Steve Jobs looking rather ill.  It was posted by none other than TMZ, less than 48 hours after Jobs announced his resignation from Apple as CEO.  It’s for...»

LogLogic, Data and Privacy

John Casaretto | August 26th

Earlier this week, LogLogic released a new generation of its software that offers a number of exciting new features.  The LogLogic 5.2 software is now configurable to allow restrictions in regards to data privacy...»

UK Police Continue Pursuit of Anonymous with Another Arrest in Hartlepool

Kyt Dotson | August 26th

Thursday, U.K. police charged yet another suspect in connection with the Anonymous led denial-of-service attacks (DDOS). A 22-year-old student, Peter David Gibson, of Hartlepool, was charged under the Criminal Law Act of 1977. He has been bailed out...»

The Future of Music is in The Cloud, from BBM to mySpace

Mellisa Tolentino | August 26th

Sound-tripping has really gone a long way.  There was a time we were content in tuning in our favorite radio station or buying the album on release day, which evolved into downloading music in mp3...»

The Music Streaming Wars Heat Up as Spotify Integrates with SoundHound

Saroj Kar | August 26th

Online Music service Spotify has announced collaboration with SoundHound to enable both free and paid SoundHound users in Europe to access Spotify’s songs tracks. SoundHound makes music search and discovery applications for mobile devices. The collaboration gives Spotify...»