… patents were issued to IBM during 2016 to protect inventions in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive computing and cloud computing.
This is the second and final part of the series covering the key events of 2016 from the cloud and container world. The first part is available here. Google joins Open Compute Project Facebook-led Open Compute Project (OCP) is getting traction. Google joined OCP in March 2016, and submitted a specification that […]
2016 was a great year for smartphones. In fact, I can’t remember a year where almost every phone released was so consistently not bad. As such, it doesn’t make much sense to call out a single “best” phone of 2016. (If I had to pick one, it would have been the Note 7… but we all know how that turned out.) Still, there are great phones for everyone out there, depending on your needs. Easiest phones to recommend Apple iPhone 7 Look, I’ve been team Android since day one. But when it comes to recommending a phone for the person who wants…
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Continue to Cloud Computing ». From Trekkies, Wookies, and Propellerheads. “Life would be so much easier if we only had the source code.”.
Altec will attend Amtech’s conference in Las Vegas to interact with attendees and present a breakout session on DocLink.
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So, a lot of the content we’re delivering on “user group Sunday” is about the disruption, the change and the advantages [of cloud computing]. I’m not …
Global Cloud Management for OpenStack Market 2016 (Major Manufacturers profiled in this research report):- BMC , HP, IBM, Red Hat, VMware.
1105 Public Sector Media Group is pleased to announce that voting for the 2016 THE Journal Readers’ Choice Awards is now open
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Each year, CRN honors the coolest startup companies across a variety of technology areas, including cloud computing, security, storage, networking, …
Campus Technology has officially announced the recipients of its 2016 Innovators Awards. After a nomination process that brought in submissions from all over the world, 11 honorees were selected in…
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According to a new report from one of the most reliable Apple analysts in the world, Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities, we are about to see a dramatically overhauled MacBook Pro towards the tail end of this year.
Google I/O is two days away, but there have been very few rumors about what we may get from this year’s event. Nobody seems to have much of a clue as to what will happen, which is either Google playing its cards close to the chest, or having a bad hand. Still, we’re hopeful that Google will somehow delight us. Here’s what team TNW is looking for. Project Tango Bryan Clark: At CES, Google and Lenovo teamed up to announce its first consumer device with Project Tango, a smartphone. Project Tango, if you’re unfamiliar is next-gen 3D mapping technology that…
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Making good on its promise, GM will be adding Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to its 2016 Chevrolet models by spring.
Chevys fitted with the 7-inch MyLink system will be able to use Android Auto as soon as customers take delivery on their vehicle. But customers who purchase a 2016 Chevrolet model optioned with the 8-inch MyLink system will have to wait until March 2016 to receive the Android Auto update.
Being the egalitarian brand that it is, the Android Auto rollout will span 14 vehicles in the range, from the subcompact Spark to the 650-horsepower, Italian supercar-trouncing Corvette Z06. Read more…
Following the debut of its highly stylized new Murano and Maxima (positioned as a four-door sports car), Nissan unveiled a revised version of the Altima for 2016, which brings the front- and rear-end closer inline with the brand’s new looks. Thankfully, unlike the Maxima, the Altima’s new styling isn’t so brutal.
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That lack of visual brutality has paid off; not only is the 2016 Altima sportier looking than the 2015, it’s also more aerodynamic with a drag coefficient of 0.26 down from 0.29. With the reworked front- and rear-fascias, along with active grille shutters (which open and close at different speeds and improve airflow) and improved underbody aero. Taking the new sporty look one step further, Nissan has also slotted a new SR model into the Altima line. Read more…