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Splunk boasted it signed more than 600 new enterprise customers during the quarter, ending the fiscal year with over 9,000 customers worldwide.
The tech giant must cough up roughly half a billion after being found guilty of using Smartflash patents without permission.
Rent the Runway, a self-described "fashion company with a technology soul," wants to revolutionize how the average person shops for clothes -- using big data.
The White House is stacking up on Silicon Valley heavyweights as it wrangles its cyber data and security policies.
Processors and RAM are fixed entities in a PC, but right from day one data is incessantly eating away at your storage space. And it's not just your data (which you can manage) but endless gigabytes of temp files and cached junk.
Wall Street was bracing for a loss at 37 cents per share with revenue of $26.11 million.
The product updates and rollouts come just ahead of next week's Strata + Hadoop summit.
The majority of dating apps have serious security vulnerabilities that put user data at risk. And because people are online dating at work, those risks are passed onto their employer.
Under Armour, thanks to its acquisitions of three fitness app firms -- including MyFitnessPal, has amassed a lot of athlete data. But will that data help its core business?
The two corporations will be jointly working on proof of concepts at the AT&T's Internet of Things Foundry located in Plano, Texas.
UPDATED: Amazon will start breaking out AWS results starting with the first quarter earnings report of 2015.
The FTC's chairwoman argued these advised guidelines would both reassure consumers while helping the Internet of Things realize its full potential.
As we look at how software will be evolving, traditional PC applications and mobile apps have some substantial differences, key among them the depth and flexibility traditional applications offer that are often an anathema to mobile users.
Netflix is negotiating its content deals now in a way that will mean people outside of the US will no longer need to use VPNs to access the shows and films they want to watch.
The war on net neutrality (along with that battle against HBO) are lowly bullet points as Netflix eyes global dominance.
Logitech said it has already wired its Harmony platform and API to support more than 270,000 connected devices made by the likes of Nest, Honeywell, Sonos and SmartThings, among others.
Citrix updates XenMobile as it aims to pull away from the enterprise mobility management pack.
If there is one takeaway trend from the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, it is that we are moving toward a connected world and there is really no way around that anymore.
As Australia's bushfire season continues, users of Emergency Management Victoria's official fire app have received warnings for blazes that do not exist.
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