Mobile app development company Parse is adding Cloud Code to its list of services.
After an investigation, web services company GoDaddy claims that its major outage yesterday was “not caused by external influences” and that a DDoS attack or a hack weren’t to blame.
Playcast Media has allied itself with Nvidia and cable TV set-top box makers Cisco and others to bring cloud gaming to the masses.
Google’s big vision was to organize the world’s information. Eric Warnke just wants to move it.
Popular web hosting company GoDaddy has restored most of it services after a member of hacker collective Anonymous attacked the site.
Look for Agawi to provide streamed games to Windows 8 devices in the not-so-distant future.
Allan Leinwand, the CTO of infrastructure and lead force behind Zynga’s hybrid cloud efforts, has left the struggling games company to become the CTO of ServiceNow.
A member of hacker collective Anonymous has claimed responsibility for the outage, and they said GoDaddy’s DNS servers were all taken offline.
Sports fans typically know much more about the performance of their favorite team and how well its key players are performance than execs know about the internal processes of their IT infrastructure … and how they impact profitability.
That’s what the new DevOps Dashboard from AppFirst is built to solve.
Apple is attempting to start a Pandora-like Internet radio service, according to the Wall Street Journal, which says that Apple executives have been talking to music industry players to negotiate licensing.
Backup storage provider Pogoplug has integrated with Amazon’s new Glacier cloud storage in a move to make personal backup storage more affordable and reliable, the company announced today.
Video service company Brightcove announced a handful of new products today aimed at simplifying the workflow involved with video encoding for both On Demand and live streaming content.
Real-time video conferencing application FuzeBox releases Ignite 2.0.
Ed-tech is on fire! Desire2Learn, a startup that has bootstrapped for over a decade, has raised its first round of venture capital funding from New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and OMERS Ventures, the venture capital arm of one of Canada’s largest pension fund managers.
Calling all cloud fanatics! Nominations are open for our Innovation Showdown, one of the highlights of the CloudBeat 2012 conference (Nov. 28-29) at the Sofitel Hotel in Redwood City.
To give retailers a competitive edge, Shopify announced a partnership with ShopStation that promises to cut shipping time anywhere from a half to a third.
Editor’s Pick Accomplished Silicon Valley investor Vinod Khosla likens modern healthcare to witchcraft, and says technology will replace 80 percent of doctors. His views, offered up in a talk last week in San Francisco, made doctors hopping mad. But criticisms were mostly knee-jerk. Khosla has a point.
Microsoft’s new service agreement gives the company the ability to share a user’s data with all of its cloud-based services.
Guest Post Last night’s changes to Microsoft’s Services Agreement mean only bad things for users.
One of the most watched tech IPOs has finally happened. Workday, a human resources software maker, files for its $400 million IPO.
The saying “Trying to catch a cloud and pin it down” is how many people feel about cloud security. But Zscaler believes it can actually do the job, and so does its first investor, Lightspeed Ventures, which just pumped $38 million into the company.
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Google announced two new user-friendly features for its popular BigQuery application with an aim to make it easier and cheaper for businesses to analyze huge data-sets.
PC software maker Soluto has launched a new tool called Quick Question that makes it easier than ever to ask a friend or family member for tech help.
Video sharing service Vimeo has finally integrated with cloud storage service Dropbox after many requests from the vocal Vimeo community.
Sales communications startup Clearslide has raised $28 million in its second round of funding aimed at opening a New York City office, developing new products, and increasing marketing efforts.
Platform-as-a-Service startup AppFog has acquired leading Node.js PaaS Nodester in a move that gives AppFog even greater versatility for the 60,000 developers using its service.
Editor’s Pick AMD’s APUs are one way to handle all of the computing tasks in the era of Surround Computing
As promised two weeks ago, Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud storage service has launched on Android and can be downloaded now in the Google Play store.
Rackspace picked up Mailgun today, a Bay Area-based startup with a web service to create and manage email inboxes within apps.
Magisto’s app automates the video editing process, making it possible for people to upload video clips and let the service do the work of cutting the video.
Tidemark targets Fortune 1,000 companies with mobile apps for financial planning, operational planning, and metrics management.
Editor’s Pick The appeal of “big data” has made data scientists a hot item. But perhaps a better term would be “data artists,” befitting the artfulness that goes into interpreting and illustrating big datasets.
IBM has agreed to acquire major HR software player Kenexa for about $1.3 billion.
While Amazon’s new Glacier service might be good for compliance purposes (data you likely will never need to look at again), many large businesses need backup storage that’s easier and faster to access. That’s where Quantum comes in.
AMD is launching high-end graphics cards aimed at reducing power consumption and operating costs in data centers.
Just weeks after another security breach, cloud storage company Dropbox has added a two-step verification process to help make user accounts more secure.
Editor’s Pick SAP’s startup program is not just about building loyalty with early-stage companies. It’s about ensuring SAP has an equity stake and, when the timing is right, that it can make the first stab at acquisition.