Soon We’ll All Be Reading Magazines in VR

The world of virtual reality is going to take us to places we’ve never been before—across the globe, or to new, unimaginable planets. Or maybe it will just help you read the New Yorker. Who can say for sure?

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Why Dedicated Servers Are Known As Smart Investment And Technology Management Move

The deployment is as easy as installing a WordPress site. Needless to say … In a few minutes, data backup and hosting applications let you use highly secured servers reserved for your business located in world-class data centers. And let you be the


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Privacy group calls for a boycott of tech companies supporting CISA

Privacy advocates are stepping up their lobbying efforts against the controversial cyber threat information sharing bill currently in Congress after several tech giants indicated their support.

Activist group Fight for the Future criticized Salesforce for supporting legislation which would “grant blanket immunity for American companies to participate in government mass surveillance programs like PRISM, without meaningfully addressing any of the fundamental cyber security problems we face in the U.S.” Accordingly, Fight for the Future said it will abandon the Heroku cloud application platform within the next 90 days and encourages others to follow suit. The letter to Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff was posted on the site YouBetrayedUs.org.

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Volleyball to Host Arkansas Wednesday

BATON ROUGE, La. – The LSU volleyball team opens Southeastern Conference play on Wednesday night hosting the Arkansas Razorbacks at 8 p.m. inside the Pete Maravich Assembly Center and televised live on ESPNU. All home matches in the 2015 …

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Gear VR is Turning Into a Roku For Your Face

Gear VR is Turning Into a Roku For Your Face

Twitch? Netflix? Facebook videos? See you never, real world!

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Industrial Companies Can Now Gain Competitive Advantage with New…

Simutech Multimedia introduces a new cloud-based training system for electrical maintenance staff

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Cloud computing illustration. by Alexander Kiselev · Follow Following Blocked. Sep 24, 2015 | @2x. Cloud computing illustration. 3 likes. 11 views.
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IBM Watson’s A.I. gets smarter

IBM is adding new smarts to its Watson artificial intelligence system, including the ability to scour photos on social networks to see what you’ve been up to.

Watson began life as a hardware system built to win the TV quiz show Jeopardy, but it’s evolved into more than a dozen cloud services that developers can use to add cognitive capabilities to applications.

IBM says there are now more than 100 commercial applications making use of Watson, and at an event in San Francisco on Thursday it will showing new computing services to encourage more developers to get on board.

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Today’s Best Deals: Cheap Battery Pack, Packing Cubes, Apple Watch, and More

Here are the best of today’s deals. Get every great deal every day on Kinja Deals, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to never miss a deal, join us on Kinja Gear to read about great products, and on Kinja Co-Op to help us find the best.

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BlackLine Executive Appointments Aim to Accelerate Global Enterprise Adoption of Leading Cloud …

“While the ERP world has matured, advancements in cloud computing are paving the way for a new generation of software aimed at providing a …


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This Guy Makes Art Out of Sloppy Photoshop Disasters

People spend years mastering the tools of Photoshop. They labor arduously to create seamless images with no trace of manipulation. Lucas Blalock labors arduously as well. But in his art, the artifacts of cutting, duplicating, and transforming become the very backbone of the finished product.

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10 IT Infrastructure Skills You Should Master

Things like cloud computing, software-defined networks (SDN), bring your own device (BYOD), and collaboration advances have all made their impact …


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“mijin”, the permissioned blockchain platform – Planning to…

Tech Bureau (CEO: Takao Asayama) announces Mijin, a low-cost solution for creating permissioned blockchains. The goal of Mijin, is to allow financial institutions to reduce infrastructure costs by up…

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The History of MarTech – In 16 Charts

The History of MarTech - In 16 Charts

It’s important to study the past if you want to define the future, at least according to Confucius and the growth team at Percolate, a New York City-based start-up marketing technology firm.

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Streaming Apps Are Coming to VR Starting with Netflix Today

For those who have been itching to stream the new season of TV from the comfort of your Gear VR, a Netflix VR app will be available today, with apps for Hulu and Vimeo as well as Twitch coming on soon.

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Capgemini recruits Microsoft Azure in cloud service expansion push

CloudCapgemini has added Microsoft to its cloud services programme as it seeks to give a broader range of cloud services to more clients. Microsoft is the first in a number of vendors that CapGemini is seeking to add to its cloud service portfolio, it said.

Under the new Capgemini Cloud Choice with Microsoft scheme it will offer cloud advice, managed platforms and ‘applied integrated innovation’ services. Initiatives include OneShare, which speeds the testing and development of Microsoft Azure systems and offers to control costs through usage monitoring and resource scheduling.

A second mooted offering is SkySight, which is described as an ‘Azure-like’ private cloud which aims to help enterprises to speed up the installation of new applications. Capemini says it will help clients get value for money on managed services and fine-tune the configuration process.

A third scheme will create industry-focused IP offerings, such as a system tailored to the specific needs of the banking sector, based on the experiences of Capgemini’s own in house banking specialists. The domain expertise will be offered in all major industries, including pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and the health sector.

The cloud offering will cover all solutions encompassed within hybrid, public, hosted and private cloud services using Azure.

As part of the offering, Capgemini will align activities with independent software vendors and start-ups to create new ways of delivering integrated solutions. New ventures and start-ups will also benefit from the offering, Capgemini says, as partners will become a focal point for integrating new innovations into the Capgemini solutions portfolio.

The expansion comes after Capgemini subsidiary Sogeti reported that it managed to cut the costs of one client, Dutch postal service PostNL, by 20 per cent by migrating its IT services onto the cloud with Microsoft Azure.

“Capgemini helped us to define our roadmap to migrate more than 40 applications and now operates its Cloud Platform for us,” said Marcel Krom, CIO at PostNL. “We have reduced costs and gained flexibility in handling volume variances.”

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Peloton’s on-demand spin class app now lets you bookmark and filter search results

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Last year, when I reviewed Peloton, a new indoor cycling bike system with on-demand lessons from a live studio, I came to the conclusion that the bike itself could be too expensive for most people. Since then, the company has released an iPad app for users to ride along using their own bikes, and today an update will make it even easier to find the rides you want whenever you want it. The latest version of the Peloton app now allows users to bookmark rides they like, whether it’s one they’ve taken before that they enjoyed or from an instructor…

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Google Throws Its Weight Behind Cybersecurity Startup

“We are joining forces with Google Capital to help millions of organizations around the world securely adopt cloud computing, mobility and the Internet …


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8 Reasons Why the Tokyo Olympics Will Be the Most Futuristic We’ve Ever Seen

In 1964, the last time Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics, the nation revealed one of the biggest mic drops in transportation history: the debut of the shinkansen, the world-famous bullet train that became a Japanese icon. The first high-speed train in the world, it spurred similar technology to spread to Europe and other East Asian nations, paving the way for current maglev trains and, arguably, the Hyperloop.

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Beyond Documentum, EMC Disrupts Itself

Beyond Documentum, EMC Disrupts Itself

Alas, there’s something interesting to talk about at EMC besides the shape and timing of CEO Joe Tucci’s exit and whether Elliott Management will force it to lighten its grip on VMWare.

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Get Schooled On Training for Your Analytics Career

If you’re transitioning your career to analytics, you’ll find this blog useful for assessing which training option is right for you


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Facebook Renames Its Controversial Internet.org App

Facebook Renames Its Controversial Internet.org App

Facebook is rebranding its most predominant—and controversial—effort to connect the unconnected.

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Doing tokenization and cloud computing the PCI way

PCI tokenization and cloud computing is easy to do wrong. Find out how to do … Cloud computing introduces a new set of security concerns. Driving in …


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Here’s Epic’s Oculus Touch Shooter, Bullet Train

Here’s Epic’s Oculus Touch Shooter, Bullet Train

Oculus’ two-handed motion controls let you point your virtual guns anywhere you want.

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Scientists Discover Weather on Rosetta’s Comet

Earth’s favorite comet is chock full of surprises. The latest? Weather, of sorts. According to research published this week in Nature, Comet 67P has a small weather system driven by an intense day-night cycle.

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SoftNAS Expands Management Team as Part of Continued Growth Strategy

Richtberg’s experience ranges from entrepreneurial product strategies in cloud computing and software-defined infrastructure, to the creation of …


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Former NASA Space Shuttle & Mars Rover Engineers Invent a Smart…

New game changing technology, easy to install “smart device” will double the hot water output of any water heater. For home owners this means no more cold showers and endless hot water for…

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HP’s struggles reflected in CIOs IT purchasing plans

HP’s plan to lay off 33,000 workers over the next three years — the latest step in its massive restructuring — underscores the challenges the tech giant faces as it seeks to adapt to changing demands in corporate computing.

CIOs, many of whom are under pressure to inject digital capabilities into their businesses and support increasingly mobile workforces, are shifting spending away from enterprise hardware and services to cloud, mobile and analytics software. Incumbent vendors are scrambling to keep up, each in different ways. However, HP’s answer to the challenges is the most dramatic and headline-grabbing.

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The Magnetic Fields’ Triumphant Return to Synthesizers

The Magnetic Fields’ Triumphant Return to Synthesizers

Singer-songwriter Stephin Merritt breaks down his new song, “Andrew in Drag.”

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7 patents to be announced at VIT fest

… during the event would relate to agriculture, two to the manufacturing sector, one to transportation and three to IT (cloud computing and big data).


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