Maria Deutscher

Maria Deutscher

Maria Deutscher is a staff writer for SiliconANGLE covering all things enterprise and fresh. Her work takes her from the bowels of the corporate network up to the great free ranges of the open-source ecosystem and back on a daily basis, with the occasional pit stop in the world of end-users. She is especially passionate about cloud computing and data analytics, although she also has a soft spot for stories that diverge from the beaten track to provide a more unique perspective on the complexities of the industry.

Latest from Maria Deutscher

Groupon Pushes Growth with Merit-Based Scholarship Deals

The pioneering  Groupon daily coupon site has added yet another category to its ever-expanding list of deals: the $60,000 Grouspawn parents-based (2+ blows in one) strike college scholarships service. In 20 years from now, when everybody will be going to work in flying cars, the parents possessing solid proof they used the Groupon daily-deal service […]

Surprising Groupon Survey Results, and Growing Discomfort among Business Owners

Daily-deal site Groupon has created striking waves throughout the entire web since its launch. Speculated by many to be one of the fastest growing online businesses ever and raising an impressive $170 million in funding throughout only 2 years, it definitely has a remarkable portfolio. Nevertheless, this fame is equally balanced by its lack of […]

The Devil is in the Details, and Google’s Threading them Out

In their latest announcement / semi-disclosed piece of friendly G-mail propaganda, Google had announced in their latest blog that they updated the ever-popular G-mail service, and “finally,” as quoted from one of our editors here at SiliconANGLE, and gave users the option to turn off the default “Conversation View”. “Users who prefer a traditional inbox […]

From BlackBerry OS to PlayBook OS: About Time?

RIM’s PlayBook tablet, officially announced this week, will, oddly enough, be using a different operating system than the company’s BlackBerry devices. The PlayBook will consequently be powered by RIM’s latest acquisition of mobile OS developer QNX, and not the latest, sixth version of the BlackBerry operating system. Today, however, brings news that RIM may be […]

Microsoft Expands To More Markets, Collides with Old Rivals

Introducing the new and improved version of Office for Mac, Microsoft has made a rebound from its past, possibly deliberately abortive Office editions, and offers OS X users a new Office experience – a decent one.  PCMag offers the details, “…Microsoft has finally gotten it right. After a string of disappointing releases, the new Mac […]

Google Preps Developers for International Paid Apps Market

The Android paid apps support currently enabled in a Google-uncharacteristic number of only 14 countries seems to finally be heading to a long-anticipated significant expansion. The following e-mail sent to Android developers from Google indicates the same: “Hello, We’re writing to inform you about some changes to Android Market that require your attention. Over the […]

Twitter Commands High Prices for Promoted Tweets – Statistics In Favor.

Twitter has recently picked up some of the Adword & AdSense ‘street wisdom’ Google has long since developed, and with a first sizable shot at making cold-hard advertising revenue, this Valley start-up is beginning to do some heavy marketing of its own. But is it the right direction?  The Wall Street Journal looks at both […]

First Maker’s Faire in the East Coast, and the Age of Tomorrow

Taking place on the grounds of the New York Hall of Science, the first ever Maker’s Faire in the east coat is happening this weekend. It’s going to showcase just how far along we’ve come since the early days of the Net. Social media empowers people, and those people empower the community.  O’Reilly’s got a […]

The Kindle and Mobile Tech: Proving Demand Beyond Smartphones

Amazon has released a new update for its free Kindle for Android e-Reading app, blessing it once more with an array of extra features, and demonstrating once again just how long its been since the Android user had to go to their local bookstore. The app that enables users to enjoy over 700,000 Kindle books […]

Target Introducing iPad to its Stores, and the Holiday Shopping Season Preparation Begins

Target has just announced it will start carrying 4 different models of the Apple iPad, as of October 3rd.  These include the 16, 24 and 36GB models as well as the Wi-Fi 3G model.  It’s of course, in time for the holiday shopping season, through a retailer that looks forward to this time of year, […]