SD Times news digest: July 11, 2014 – Kids programming robots, Amazon wants to test drones in US & new AWS web tools

Kids programming robots to learn new skills With just a smart tablet and Angry Birds, Georgia Institute of Technology researchers are making it possible for kids to program robots. The researchers have paired an Android tablet paired with a small humanoid robot, and kids are teaching it how to play Angry Birds just by dragging … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 10, 2014—Kubernetes, Mathematica 10 and patent trolls

 IBM, Docker, Microsoft, Red Hat & others join Google’s open-source Kubernetes container project  Kubernetes, the recently open-sourced cloud container automation project maintained by Google Cloud Platform and IT automation and configuration management provider SaltStack, is gaining the support of IBM, Docker, Microsoft, Red Hat and others joining the Kubernetes community. Google Cloud Platform SVP Urs … continue reading

New Relic Announces General Availability of Real-Time Analytics Platform New Relic Insights

SAN FRANCISCO– July 10, 2014 – Software analytics company New Relic today announced the general availability of New Relic Insights, a real-time analytics platform that collects, stores and presents valuable data directly from organizations’ software, and transforms the data into insights about their customers, applications and the business. Delivered as a cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering built atop New Relic’s … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 9, 2014—Temporary workaround for Android Wear and a browser-based IDE

Google offers temporary workaround for Android Wear bugGoogle’s wearable platform, Android Wear, is missing a way for users to install paid apps on their devices. Users can see the apps in the store but can’t install them. To rectify this problem, Google has issued a temporary workaround to enable paid apps on Android Wear. Until … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 8, 2014—Microsoft’s IoT SDK, educational Python and BlackBerry’s square phone

Blackberry defends square Passport smartphone; LLVM updates Windows support; Python tops introductory CS languages … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 7, 2014—Xiki and Oculus Connect

Oculus debuts its first developer conference, Xiki Kickstarts upgrade and global tablet sales will surpass PC sales in 2015 … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 3, 2014

Rust 0.11.0 is released, learning to code by playing cards, and Google’s DevArt Gallery … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 2, 2014

The EFF’s crusade for zero-day disclosure, an Android L developer preview, and a new anti-malware support service … continue reading

VentureBeat drives growth with mobile

MobileBeat is gathering the industry’s biggest names to uncover new case studies, insights, and strategies … continue reading

BZ Media announces Cloud DevCon: The Developer Conference for Amazon Web Services

New Cloud DevCon provides technical classes, tutorials and presentations for cloud architects deploying services for AWS … continue reading

IBM’s Watson to do genome research on cancer treatment

Watson will work with the New York Genome Center, parsing genome data to devise personalized cancer treatments … continue reading

SharePoint Online’s cloud storage gets an upgrade

SharePoint gets a 1TB site collection limit for OneDrive for business and team sites and infinite tenant storage scale … continue reading

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