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AT&T Violates Net Neutrality, Pebble Smartwatch Plunges, Cyber Attack on Saudi Arabia

AT&T Violates Net Neutrality, Pebble Smartwatch Plunges, Cyber Attack on Saudi Arabia

Tech News This Week:   FCC says AT&T Violates Net Neutrality with Sponsored Data Scheme; Verizon is Next The Federal Communications Commissio

How Cloud Platforms Protect Themselves From Security Threats

How Cloud Platforms Protect Themselves From Security Threats

An estimated 79 percent of companies are already either operating in a cloud environment or preparing to do so, according to CloudPassage’s Cloud Se

Google Daydream View: An Advancement for Mobile VR?

Google Daydream View: An Advancement for Mobile VR?

Virtual reality has come a long way since Morton Heilgi’s Telesphere Mask from 1960. Since its first announcement at the tenth Google I/O, it became

How App Development will Pivot with Virtual Reality

How App Development will Pivot with Virtual Reality

Many technological advances now exist that were not around a decade ago. A number of mobile apps allow the owner to play games, navigate unknown terri

The Culture of Open Source

The Culture of Open Source

Open Source Culture When you hear open source software, what do you think of? Software developers hunched over keyboards, fueled by sugar and caffeine

10 Mistakes to Avoid in Planning for OpenStack Cloud

Build your own cloud? With free open source? Too good to be true?  Not quite.    OpenStack provides you with the opportunity to make resources

Is Open Source A Good Business Model For Your Company?

While terms like “cloud,” “big data,” and “devops” may be over-used and over-hyped, it should be clear to anyone in the industry that we a

A New Way To Collaborate On Projects Using The Flower Platform

Open source software (OSS) is noted for its collaborative model and is often provided free. Developers creating open source code use licenses that let

OpenStack’s Third Birthday – a Recap with a Look into the Future

OpenStack was first announced three years ago at the OSCON conference in Portland. I remember the first time I heard about the announcement and how it