• Google Fiber puts expansion plans on hold to review strategy

    In a dramatic change in strategy, Google Fiber has paused plans to roll out fiber optic cables across a number of U.S. cities, as the company reevaluates its strategy to presumably use mainly wireless to provide high-speed Internet service.

    26 Oct. 16 17:17 Written by John Ribeiro
  • Was the Dyn DDoS attack actually a script kiddie v. PSN?

    The massive DDoS attack that disrupted the internet address-lookup service Dyn last week was perhaps pulled off by a script kiddie targeting PlayStation Network and using Mirai malware to assemble a massive IoT botnet, according to research by Flashpoint.

    26 Oct. 16 09:32 Written by Tim Greene
  • AWS quietly launches tool for migrating on-premesis apps to the cloud

    Amazon is trying to simplify the process of moving legacy applications to the cloud with a new service that it quietly launched this week. The aptly-named Server Migration Service is designed to help IT teams set up the incremental replication of virtual machines from their on-premises infrastructure to Amazon's cloud.

    26 Oct. 16 07:22 Written by Blair Hanley Frank
  • Intel wants to make its IoT chips see, think, and act

    While ARM introduced two minuscule processor architectures with new security features on Tuesday, Intel unveiled its Atom E3900 chips with a focus on computer vision and industrial-grade timing.

    26 Oct. 16 07:10 Written by Stephen Lawson
  • ARM builds up security in the tiniest IoT chips

    On Tuesday, ARM will introduce processors that are just a fraction of a millimeter across and incorporate the company’s TrustZone technology.

    26 Oct. 16 03:25 Written by Stephen Lawson
  • Google is trying to reinvent the whiteboard

    What's big, red, and supposed to be the next big thing in workplace collaboration? Google's new Jamboard, a massive touch display and accompanying cloud service that's supposed to help business users brainstorm together.

    26 Oct. 16 03:00 Written by Blair Hanley Frank
  • Google buys eye-tracking VR firm Eyefluence

    Google has acquired a 3-year-old eye-tracking company focused on virtual and augmented reality, signaling the tech giant's interest in the immersive technologies.

    26 Oct. 16 02:35 Written by Grant Gross
  • Azure brings SQL Server Analysis Services to the cloud

    SQL Server Analysis Services, one of the key features of Microsoft's relational database enterprise offering, is going to the cloud. The company announced Tuesday that it's launching the public beta of Azure Analysis Services, which gives users access to semantic data modeling tools in the cloud.

    26 Oct. 16 02:00 Written by Blair Hanley Frank
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