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Startup: Refresh Glassware For Google Glass

Startup: Refresh Glassware For Google Glass

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA– (Marketwired – Feb 6, 2014) – Refresh today announces the release of Refresh Glassware for Google Glass. Building on the success of its recent iPhone app, Refresh has developed the only Glassware that takes the hard work out of meeting preparation by delivering only the most relevant status updates, photos, and email messages about

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How Companies Are Cleaning Up The Cloud And The Earth

How Companies Are Cleaning Up The Cloud And The Earth

Over the past decade, our use of the Internet has increased dramatically. Once used just for information, the Internet is now the primary source of entertainment. While most still use it to look up information, we also use the Internet to watch the latest movies and television shows through Netflix, we play games online through

Cloud News Round Up – February 5th

Cloud News Round Up – February 5th

Microsoft Appoints New, Cloud-Focused CEO – It’s been a headline maker for months, as many media outlets have been asking the question of ‘who will be Microsoft’s next CEO?’, with these articles analyzing who would be best to lead Microsoft into an era where tablets are as much of a must have item as their own Windows-running

Big Data Relations – Ready Or Not… Here We Come

Big Data Relations – Ready Or Not… Here We Come

In recent years, Big Data and Cloud relations have been growing steadily. And while there have been many questions raised around how best to use the information being gathered, there is no question that there is a real future between the two. This year we will see just how that relationship matures and manifests as

20 Million Credit Cards Compromised In South Korea

20 Million Credit Cards Compromised In South Korea According to BBC, 20 million South Korean credit card details have been stolen in one of the biggest security robberies the country has faced, affecting almost half of the population. A contractor for the Korea Credit Bureau managed to gain access and copy 20 million unencrypted names, social security numbers