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Tech Deals & Startups
New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.
Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.
More Innovation News
PARC (Palo Alto Research Center) this week reminded everyone what an innovator it is. The lab, nestled in the Palo Alto, Calif., foothills, on March 6 gave reporters a look into diverse projects that it is working on and that will reach the market in a few years, such as long-living batteries,...
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Code _n contest identified 50 finalists vying for awards at CeBIT as top innovators in sustainability and energy savings. But what constitutes innovation?
Google Glass SLIDESHOW
Wearable technology has become one of the most important trends in the mobile industry lately, due mainly to the excitement generated by speculation surrounding Apple's iWatch and Google's Glass. The two major companies have shone a light on a marketplace that has, for the last several years,...
Dealing With the Half Life of Data Value SLIDESHOW
With a clear trend upward in big data workloads in all vertical segments, enterprises are searching for the most efficient ways to manage the processing, storage and retrieval of data in both batches and in real time. Because IT managers have asked for it, new technology is coming into the...
Exploding Amounts of Data SLIDESHOW
All the global networks for mobile devices are experiencing huge performance pressures. Seemingly insatiable consumers equipped with a growing arsenal of mobile devices have pushed networks' capacities to the brink. In fact, Forrester Research predicts that 1 billion people will own smartphones...
Although it hasn't been known for inventing new products, Samsung has built a reputation -- and a multinational presence -- by refashioning conventional products into its own new versions.
UnitedHealthcare is offering a $60,000 prize for developing products that solve challenges in health care and aid people with chronic conditions.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam outlined ways health care IT can tackle society's challenges, along with awards of $1 million to do so using the company's technology.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Looking back, the year 2012 wasn’t as bad for the IT industry as it seemed it would be. The predicted Mayan Apocalypse proved to be a chimera for corporate IT as for the rest of the world. But what might be lying in wait for 2013?