Being able to read eBooks and have an RSS library at all times with the help of a single tool is quite impressive. For all those users...
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SAP Nation, a book chronicling the bloat of the SAP economy, could also apply to other enterprise tech vendors. Does scale truly represent customer interests?
Two very good books: One documents the massive SAP ecosystem and the challenges now confronting all within it. The other details, in a very personalized but highly transferable way, how major change should be undertaken.
This entertaining and original publication explains the implications of sharing personal information in the era of big data analytics, through the medium of the graphic novella.
Barbie apparently fails as a computer engineer as Mattel removes 'Barbie: I can be a Computer Engineer' book from all sales outlets.
Samsung is pulling out of the e-book business in South Korea after previously ending Samsung Books abroad, reports ZDNet Korea’s Jaehwan Cho.
Hall County School Districts (HCSD) mobile app provides students, parents and the community with up to date district and school information....
Is cash outdated? In this thought-provoking book, digital money and digital identity expert Dave Birch explains why he thinks so, and outlines the emerging identity-based payments ecosystem that may replace it.
The refreshed edition of the popular Asus Transformer Book T100 is now available in the US, with a unique feature.
Calibre for Linux is a program to manage your eBook collection. It acts as an e-library and also allows for format conversion, news...
MIT professor Alex Pentland outlines his theories on how good ideas arise and spread, and how sensors and big data analysis can deliver better social outcomes.
How does internet technology change the reality of what humans do? In this book, Jamie Bartlett explores some of the internet's wilder shores in search of an answer.
This book explains what it covers very well, but in a field that's moving as fast as big data and machine learning, its sound but rather traditional approach may soon look a little dated.
How can businesses fully and continuously engage their customers? CRM pioneer Jeff Tanner's new book delivers a strategy for realizing big profits from Big Data.
Amazon and book publisher Hachette have begun a propaganda war against each other. Now, Amazon is reaching out to readers and authors. We interpret Amazon's comment and go behind the bluster.
A new book by Robert X Cringely raises an intriguing question about IBM today: are we witnessing the end of the American IT icon?
Five hospitals in China will allow patients to book medical appointments, pay their bills, and receive test results via their mobile devices.
I was impressed with this 2-in-1 when I bought it six months ago and it still meets my needs.
According to Michael Lewis, the financial markets are rigged, with banks and big brokers operating 'dark pools' that can be exploited by high-frequency traders. This book exposes the scam, and describes how one group is trying to change the game.
Is there a simple answer to the future of technology and the world of work? Probably not, but this thought-provoking book might help you relax and stop worrying about it so much.
Smartphones and computers can not only enrich our lives, they can also be used to expose them. This book explores many examples of technological 'creepiness', and offers advice on how to protect your privacy.
The founder of computer book publisher and events organizer O'Reilly Media received Silicon Valley Forum's 2014 Visionary award.
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