TouchMedia enables large advertisers to transform their media messages into on-demand interactive conversations using personalized engagement tools.
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Microsoft Research peels back the curtain on its viral hit, How-Old.net, which uses a machine-learning technology called Project Oxford.
The company has figured out how people can share the open windows in their busy schedules without revealing a person's entire calendar.
For a two-week period in May, patent owners will have an opportunity to pitch their intellectual property to Google.
Two of Silicon Valley’s most important investors, Intel Capital and Silicon Valley Bank, discussed the next great technology investment opportunities and what could go wrong.
Illumio programs the correct security policy and manages enforcement across applications, workloads and processes as they are provisioned.
Vera breaks down IT security to its common denominator: the protection of each file individually by putting it into a secure wrapper.
IT SCIENCE: Duke eCal adds sports schedules directly into the personal calendar of those who sign up. It's free of charge and dynamic.
Speculation about a Google buy out of Twitter percolates yet again, weeks after a partnership that will allow live Tweets to appear in Google search results.
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Hyperkin unveiled an iPhone attachment on April Fool's Day to turn an iPhone into a Game Boy game player. It was a gag, but it got so much interest, the company is now running with it.
The startup crawls every bit of data and catalogs every object, logical or physical, within an IT system and makes specific items easy to find.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Pending content deals with The New York Times and other trusted news providers could help revive the legitimate journalism business.
The partnership with Johnson & Johnson builds on Google's rising aspirations in the life sciences space.