Robert Hof

Robert Hof is editor in chief of SiliconANGLE.

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Tableau picks former AWS veteran Adam Selipsky as new CEO

Tableau Software today appointed a new president and chief executive, former Amazon Web Services executive Adam Selipsky.

$67B Dell-EMC deal clears last hurdle with reported China approval

Chinese regulators reportedly have approved the Dell’s $63 billion acquisition of EMC, removing the last hurdle to what will be information technology’s largest acquisition ever.

Intel bets on 5G wireless networks and AI to power its future

Intel today doubled down on two big bets on the future of computing: next-generation 5G wireless networks and artificial intelligence.

Intel plunges deeper into virtual reality, Internet of Things at IDF

At its developer conference today, Intel Corp. today charged full-bore into what it view as the next big tech markets: virtual reality and the Internet of Things.

Deep learning boom drives Q2 earnings upside for Nvidia

Nvidia Corp. reported better-than-expected second-quarter earnings on the strength of GPUs for deep learning neural networks.

HPE buys SGI for $275M to boost high-performance computing

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise today said it will acquire the high-performance computing company SGI, once the high-flying 3-D workstation maker Silicon Graphics.

Here’s why Andreessen Horowitz is looking to invest in open source

If you look strictly at declining information technology budgets, it might look like tech’s traditional mainstay “infrastructure” market — computing hardware, software and networking gear — is spiraling into insignificance. Indeed, it even looked that way to Martin Casado (pictured above), who cofounded the networking software startup Nicira Networks in 2009 before selling to VMware in 2012 […]

Pingpad pivots to enterprise with Slack document collaboration app

In the merciless world of consumer apps, pretty good uptake by users is never good enough. That’s why the Palo Alto, CA startup Pingpad Inc. today is pivoting its app, a lightweight social network for small groups to get things done, to the enterprise. Not only that, it’s pivoting onto the wings of Slack with […]

Rackspace beats Q2 earnings forecast – but reveals no news on buyout deal

RackSpace Hosting Inc. had some news today, but not the big news investors had hoped for. The company, which provides managed cloud computing services to corporations, disappointed investors by issuing an outlook for slower growth for the rest of the year. Its shares, which had fallen 2.3 percent in trading today, fell about 1.8 percent in […]

Tech lead, two others leave Google’s self-driving car unit

Three people have left Google’s self-driving car project, including tech lead Chris Urmson.