There's also a hint at how the addition of SportStream's real time data tools could step up Facebook's live TV game against Twitter.
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Kinesis pricing is set up on a "pay-as-you" go scale, starting at $0.015 at an hourly shard rate of one megabyte per second of data.
Following Apple and Microsoft (and soon Google), retail stores seem like the likely next step for Samsung.
Once again, just like Cisco and Yahoo earlier today, PayPal's latest buy is fueled by mobile interests.
Obviously, the "Royal Baby" was in there too.
The networking giant said the acquisition will help it better navigate mobile collaboration and cloud computing.
The recall, outlined by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, covers HP Chromebook 11 chargers with the model number MU15-N1052-A00S.
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CA CEO Michael Gregoire talks innovation, organic development, keeping engineering talent and the quickly changing software business model.