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Cisco Sues Arista Networks for Infringing a Dozen Patents

Cisco Sues Arista Networks for Infringing a Dozen Patents

Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO) , a maker of computer-connecting technologies, sued Arista Networks Inc. (ANET) for allegedly infringing a dozen of its patents, claiming the cloud computing company’s top executives who formerly worked for Cisco took “improper shortcuts” in developing the company’s products. Read the source article at Bloomberg  

Google’s ReCaptcha System Introduces Hard-To-Read Text From Newspapers

Google’s ReCaptcha System Introduces Hard-To-Read Text From Newspapers

Google’s ReCaptcha system introduces hard-to-read text from newspapers, books and other old sources such as maps. It presents two words – one the computer recognises and one that it doesn’t. That second word would have been scanned but rendered illegible and, so, the repeated deciphering of it by different users Read the source article at BBC

2014 Enterprise End User Trends Report

2014 Enterprise End User Trends Report

SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – Dec 3, 2014) – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux and collaborative development, today announced the immediate release of the “2014 Enterprise End User Trends Report,” Read the source article at Marketwired  

Google seeks to revitalize advertising through brand lift studies

Google seeks to revitalize advertising through brand lift studies

Google Brand Lift Studies At a recent technology conference, Google’s vice president of display and video advertising products, Neal Mohan, stated that Google is focused on “cracking the brand advertising nut for digital” media. One of the ways they seek to do this is through new methods that measure how ads perform, such as “brand-lift studies,” which…

The Cat Within – Google Image Recognition

The Cat Within – Google Image Recognition

Google can see cats The unofficial star of the Internet is the cat. As a running joke concerning the ease by which time can be wasted online, cat videos and the grumpy cat are recurring stars. Google has now reinjected legitimacy into this cultural meme by using visuals of cats as a flagship for its new…

Cloud Infographic –  DDoS attacks, unauthorized access and false alarms

Cloud Infographic – DDoS attacks, unauthorized access and false alarms

DDoS attacks, unauthorized access and false alarms Above DDoS attacks, unauthorized access and false alarms, malware is the most common incident that security teams reported responding to in 2014, according to a recent survey from SANS Institute and late-stage security startup AlienVault. The average cost of a data breach? $3.5 million, or $145 per sensitive…

Project Loon – From Wi-Fi to High-Fi

Project Loon – From Wi-Fi to High-Fi

Project Loon Although the Internet appears universal and omnipresent to those who use it, the majority of the world still lacks access to it, due to many factors, including economics, terrain, political instability and straight-up poverty. A handful of high-profile Internet giants is setting about changing that, by changing the way the Internet signal travels: instead of…

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