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DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft Outlook makes its augmented-reality debut on HoloLens; IBM launches Apache Spark-based Data Science Experience; Verizon's latest bid for Yahoo's Web business is $3B; and there's more.
Spark for Azure HDInsight is now generally available, and new R Server integrations are on the way, announced Microsoft.
The vendor's new chips for four- and eight-socket systems bring performance and memory capacity improvements over the previous generation.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple to deliver thinner, lighter MacBook Pro models: analyst; Facebook to Thune: analytics show no bias in trending topics; Polycom gets counteroffer to Mitel's $1.96 billion bid; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple loses iPhone trademark case in China to leather goods company; malware disrupts business operations at Michigan public utility;IBM brings quantum computing to the masses; and there's more.
After a decade of proving that Hadoop is not just hype, much of the focus and attention of this open-source community now goes to its evolving ecosystem of tools and applications—Spark, Impala, Hive—that are helping usher in new users exploring new use cases. However, as additional workloads...
SAS Institute introduced its Viya platform, which will make it easier to deploy SAS analytics applications to cloud computing environments.
DAILY VIDEO: Global iPhone shipments down 43.8% in Q1, report finds; Microsoft Edge users can now make Skype calls without plug-in; Microsoft keeps Power BI insights private with ExpressRoute; and there's more.
While CRM software and applications like payroll and expense reporting have moved steadily toward the cloud, business intelligence (BI) and big data analytics have been slower to follow the lead. But as the cloud becomes more mainstream, all signs point to "go" for analytics to get out of the...
Social network unveils Chatbots for Messenger, expanded development tools, a design for a 360-degree 3D camera, and a 10-year plan of development action.
The open-source effort, which is backed by Cloudera, Intel, eBay and others, is seeing early adoption, as organizations aim to gain the upper hand on attackers.
BlueTalon provides a software package that secures all data streams into a Hadoop instance from wherever they emanate.