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Unofficial Lightning USB Cables and Adapters Launching Soon at Significant Discounts

www.macrumors.com
Earlier this month, we pointed to a new iPhone 5 Flash Lightning Dock from iPhone5mod.com, one of the first unauthorized Lightning-equipped products to surface on the market. At the time, iPhone5mod told us that it was using genuine Lightning connectors sourced from Apple's supplier, but noted that it also had...
Unofficial Lightning USB Cables and Adapters Launching Soon at Significant Discounts

Taking the cloud to a higher altitude

venturebeat.com
This sponsored post is produced by Matt Quinn, CTO of TIBCO. We’re well beyond any question about whether cloud computing is the future. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) paved the way for the idea that organizations can operate some of their most important systems in an on-premise or off-premise cloud. Small, medium and...
Taking the cloud to a higher altitude

If The RIAA Was Innovative: An Alternate Universe Timeline

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1999: Realizing the inevitable, the RIAA convinces member labels to set up all-you-can eat buffets. All music available as DRM-free downloads, $5/mo. 100M of storage, additionally available for increased monthly fee. The RIAA uses superior marketing muscle to "drown out" competing "free" alternatives, insists people should only download from "legitimate"...
If The RIAA Was Innovative: An Alternate Universe Timeline

Announcing APDB: The World's Fastest Database

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The Relational Database is dead. It had a long, distinguished life that started in 1970 with Dr. Edgar F. Codd, but it has since seen its day. Like the sextant, slide rule, and punch card, relational databases are becoming relics of the past as the industry moves towards better, faster,...
Announcing APDB: The World's Fastest Database

ZFS Comes to OS X Courtesy of Apple's Former Chief ZFS Architect

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Apple's flirtation with ZFS, the file system backed by Sun, has been well-documented with rumors and speculation dating back to 2006. The interest was fueled in mid-2007 by a claim by Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz that ZFS would supplant HFS+ as the file system for Mac OS X Leopard. While...
ZFS Comes to OS X Courtesy of Apple's Former Chief ZFS Architect

Cloud-Based Video Storage From Apple?

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Greg Sandoval, reporting for CNet: The company’s representatives have recently spoken with some of the major film studios about enabling iTunes users to store their content on the company’s servers, two people familiar with the discussions told CNET. That’s in addition to streaming television shows and music. […] Apple’s vision...
Cloud-Based Video Storage From Apple?

Twitter switched from Photobucket to an in-house storage system called Blobstore in September

thenextweb.com
Today, Twitter has posted up an article on its engineering blog explaining how its in-house photo storage system called Blobstore works. Twitter built the new storage product in-house to replace Photobucket, which it partnered with in 2011, when it began allowing native photo attachments. Blobstore was turned on in September,...
Twitter switched from Photobucket to an in-house storage system called Blobstore in September
Microsoft offers free cloud backup beta for Windows Server "8"

Amazon Glacier: Archival Storage for One Penny Per GB Per Month

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You Need Glacier I’m going to bet that you (or your organization) spend a lot of time and a lot of money archiving mission-critical data. No matter whether you’re currently using disk, optical media or tape-based storage, it’s probably a more complicated and expensive process than you’d like which has...
Amazon Glacier: Archival Storage for One Penny Per GB Per Month

Social Platform Unison Adds Voice And Video Using WebRTC, Features You Won't Find In Yammer, Convo Or Chatter

techcrunch.com
The news feed is getting increasingly complex. It’s evident in Salesforce Chatter, which has added a new layer to the feed for sales people to add, edit or complete deals. Unison is breaking through the added confusion of the feed by changing the metaphor and the information architecture with a...
Social Platform Unison Adds Voice And Video Using WebRTC, Features You Won't Find In Yammer, Convo Or Chatter

Future versions of CyanogenMod won't enable root by default

arstechnica.com
Many technically-inclined Android users "root" their devices, a process that allows them to circumvent some of the operating system's built-in restrictions by running at an elevated superuser privilege level. Although rooting opens up sophisticated capabilities that wouldn't otherwise be available, it also exposes the user to some risks. It...
Future versions of CyanogenMod won't enable root by default
Amazon debuts cheap archival and backup cloud storage with Glacier

The Importance Of Big Data, Integrity & Security In Enterprise SEO

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The phrase Big Data is everywhere. Not a day passes without the release of another report that describes the extent to which Big Data is influencing how we do business. But, what exactly is Big Data? What does Big Data mean in the context of digital marketing? How can we...
The Importance Of Big Data, Integrity & Security In Enterprise SEO
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