DALLAS, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Amid the proliferation of real
time data from sources such as mobile devices, web, social media, sensors,
log files and transactional applications, Big Data has found a host of
vertical market applications, ranging from fraud detection to R&D.
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"Big Data Market: 2014 – 2020 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies,
Industry Verticals & Forecasts"
In 2014 Big Data vendors will pocket nearly $30 Billion from hardware,
software and professional services revenues Big Data investments are further
expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 17% over the next 6 years, eventually
accounting for $76 Billion by the end of 2020 The market is ripe for
acquisitions of pure-play Big Data startups, as competition heats up between
IT incumbents Nearly every large scale IT ven... (more)
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 06/28/12 -- GOOGLE I/O -- Dolphin
Browser, the most popular third-party browser on Android and iOS and only
Gesture and Voice enabled browser, today announced the launch of Dolphin
Garage, which opens the Dolphin Browser API to allow for third-party
development. Dolphin also announced four new Add-ons from Dropbox, Pocket,
Evernote and Wikipedia that show off Dolphin Garage's powerful capabilities.
In addition, Dolphin Garage also supports Web apps based on Adobe's PhoneGap,
which enable faster HTML5 Web app deployment.
Dolphin Garage gives developers access to more than 150 Dolphin internal APIs
including various browser user interface interactions, while also providing a
runtime sandbox environment to allow developers to create their own
experiences within Dolphin Browser.
Powered by Dolphin Garage, users can now seamlessly exp... (more)
Personal Branding Journal launched today on Ulitzer.
The latest Ulitzer topic is created by Wiliam Arruda and edited by Dr. Hubert
Dubbed 'The Personal Branding Guru’ by Entrepreneur magazine, William
Arruda is a pioneering brand strategist, speaker, author and founder of Reach
Personal Branding. He is credited with turning the concept of personal
branding into a global industry.
William delivers keynotes and workshops on the transformative power of
personal branding for some of the world’s most successful companies. He
energizes and motivates his audiences—and his private clients include some
of the world’s most influential leaders. As a thought-leader, William is a
sought-after spokesperson on personal branding, social media and leadership.
He has appeared on BBC TV, the Discovery Channel and Fox News Live and he’s
been featured in count... (more)
If you’re reading this months Hobo linkbuilding tips, you’ll see that I
laid down a strategy for getting good backlinks. I thought it was worth a
post specifically on finding suspended accounts with Google. I really don’t
want to cause other sites trouble, so most of my tips you’ve got to use
your brain a bit.
Here’s an example:
Basically, you find suspended accounts using Google which are related to your
site, find out who links to them, and contact the linking sites informing
them they link to a dead /suspended account, and ask them to link to yours
Example – here’s the first one that popped into my head: Toys & ”
“suspended account” – bingo – number 1 listing is a site with about
35 links (see here
http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=toys+”account+suspended”) from other
sites using yahoo site explorer. Repeat ad nauseum till you find decent link
During the last half an hour Twitter is down. It's hit by a denial of service
And when Twitter is down, there is no way to quickly say to the entire world
that Twitter's down.
Actually, to put it properly, there is no way to broadcast (push) this
But the good news is the some nice fellow create a very simple and cute Web
page that answers ( in three characters or less) just one question, "Is
Twitter down?", which at this very moment shows a large red
In general, creating such a simple Yes/No site can save lots of money to the
vendors of any other commercial software. Say, your firm runs an e-commerce
Web site GreatOnlineStore.com. When your server is down, the phone lines
of your customer support get swamped (and you pay for all these 800
numbers!). Frustrated customer keep banging your server getting errors
back...What a mess....
You coul... (more)
Funambol, the leading provider of open source mobile cloud sync and push
email for billions of phones, today announced that its new version 8 software
is generally available. Funambol v8 makes it easy to keep the data and
content on billions of mobile phones in sync with social networks, email
systems and personal computers via the Internet cloud.
Funambol v8 has a completely redesigned AJAX web portal. The portal's
striking interface makes it simple for users to access mobile data and rich
media in the cloud, using any modern browser
"With the exploding popularity of smartphones, people are carrying more of
their lives on their phones than ever before," said Fabrizio Capobianco,
Funambol CEO. "People increasingly expect to access their data and content in
the cloud and other systems. The new Funambol Portal makes it super easy to
access mobile data and content, any... (more)
Cloud Expo on Ulitzer
Ulitzer.com announced today "the World's 30 most influential Cloud bloggers,"
who collectively generated more than 24 million Ulitzer page views.
Ulitzer's annual "most influential Cloud bloggers" list was announced at
Cloud Expo 2009 West, which took place at the Santa Clara Convention Center,
Cloud Expo 2009 West drew more delegates than all other Cloud-related events
put together worldwide.
"The world's 50 most influential Cloud bloggers 2010" list will be announced
at the Cloud Expo 2010 East, which will take place April 19-21, 2010, at the
Jacob Javitz Convention Center, in New York City, with more than 5,000
expected to attend.
Detailed information on how to become a Ulitzer blogger can be obtained
Ulitzer New Media Power Panel at the Santa Clara Convention Center, CA,
during Cloud Expo 2009 West.
"Ulitzer New Media ... (more)
2010 will undoubtedly be a year of technology innovation. In 2009, Twitter
revolutionized the way we get news, it brought us closer to those who were a
part of the news, almost making traditional media irrelevant. I don’t know
who (or what) will be the Twitter of 2010, but below are a few predictions
for the coming year.
Google’s Chrome Netbook OS will be a hit. Their OS will mostly be dependent
on a Google Account. A Google Account opens up their full Google Apps suite,
which includes email, calendar, word processing, and MS Office like
functions. Google’s renditions of their current OS have been well received
by the “blogosphere” especially it’s ability to fit on a 1GB flash
drive. An OS that small is perfect for Netbooks and tablet PCs. The smaller
footprint also gives the user more capabilities. A key part of the Chrome OS
will be the Chrome brower (my browser ... (more)
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interesting news and articles related to field mobility that I run across
each week. I am specifically targeting information that reflects market
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Nearly 50 million “non-trucking” commercial fleet vehicles will be
equipped with telematics technology by the end of 2019, according to the
latest study from ABI Research. Read Original Content
According to Sandle Research the global fleet management system market will
grow at a compound annual growth rate of 25.94 percent over the peri... (more)
Your Next Car Might be Driverless, If Google Has Their Way
By Katie Kennedy
Google has created a virtual version of California’s roadways where
they have been testing their self-driving cars. These future cars will react
how humans would expect them to, not just in ways they should:
Google has created what it calls a “Matrix-style,” virtual version of
California’s road system that it’s been using to test self-driving cars
before sending them out onto the actual road, according to the Guardian.
Google is apparently so thrilled with its simulation that it asked
California’s government earlier this year, in a letter obtained by the
Guardian, whether it could use these virtual simulations in place of actual
driving tests when certifying a vehicle for public road tests — and it
seems that it may be able to.
Read more here on The Verge.
Google is testin... (more)
Keeping your brand alive and well on the Web isn't as easy as it looks. There
are few things as important as your reputation, and in the Web 2.0 economy,
your reputation is increasingly tied to your web presence. So keeping the
website up, available, and responding quickly is critical not only for
success, but also for survival. If you think about it, a website's reputation
on the Internet can be boiled down to two questions: ‘Is it up?' and ‘Is
Sure, some websites just make it look easy. Take Google, which is always up
and always blazing fast. When was the last time you connected to the
Internet, typed in google.com, and nothing came up? While you have the
triumph of Google on one side of the coin, you have other sites that are
cautionary tales. These days, major site outages make the news. Amazon.com
had problems on June 6 of this year, and that outage ... (more)