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Amazon’s AWS Quietly Acquired NoSQL Database Migration Startup Amiato In May 2014

Amazon Web Services, the enterprise division of the e-commerce and cloud services giant, has been growing its reach in data warehousing and big data analytics by way of Redshift, a hosted product that it launched in 2012 and is now AWS’s fastest growing product “ever”, according to CTO Werner Vogels. Along with input from AWS’s own in-house engineering teams, it… Read More

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Managed By Q Launches Out Of Beta In NY, Expands To Chicago

Managed By Q, the iPad-powered office management platform, has today announced that it will be launching out of beta in NYC. The company is also expanding to Chicago, launching an invite-only beta to startups and businesses in the area. Managed By Q is a platform built to help offices keep track of groceries, supplies, cleaning, repairs — all the things that take focus away from running… Read More

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GE Spotlights New Smart Street Lamps

GE has a new smart street light in early production, and it hopes that over time, cities and third-party developers will begin to take advantage of the platform to build smart city apps. The light itself is a super-efficient LED that could last up to 20 years. Where it gets interesting is that GE is including a sensor pack with each bulb with capabilities such as video, light and weather… Read More

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Pepperdata Scores $15M For Hadoop Cluster Management

Pepperdata, a company that’s built a platform for managing and fine-tuning Hadoop cluster performance, announced a $15M Series B funding round today. The round was led by new investors Wing Venture Partners along with Citi Ventures and Silicon Valley Data Capital. Prior investors Signia Ventures and Yahoo Chairman Maynard Webb also participated. Today’s money brings the… Read More

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Google Risks More Antitrust Probes as EU Patience Snaps – Bloomberg

BloombergGoogle Risks More Antitrust Probes as EU Patience SnapsBloombergGoogle Inc.'s antitrust complaint from the European Union may provide a template for more cases targeting online travel or mapping, as EU regulators escalated a four-year-old probe into the search-engine giant. The EU is still “actively looking” at how Google ...Google takes on EU anti-trust case with charts showing how weak it isThe IndependentIn Redmond, no-one needs to google--or rather, Bing--"Schadenfreude"FortuneWhat all Google is doing wrong, according to the European UnionIBNLiveDaily Mail -Hindu Business Line -Independent Onlineall 2,056 news articles »

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