The latest blog posts from our WRAL Tech Wire and WRAL editors.
Working with Uhuru Software, Red Hat is now incorporate a rival Microsoft product - .NET - to its three-year-old OpenShift platform-as-a-service. Really? Red Hat even published a blog to explain what's going on to those who might find the concept a bit unbelievable.
Opinion: Yes, I know I am biased and seem like a Tesla "fanboy." This is because I see the future of the automotive industry and a way to reduce our dependence on environment-destroying fossil fuels. Tesla has now proven the viability and superiority of electric vehicles. Along the way, it has had to battle skeptics, short-sellers, and even the press.
A 35-page document given the workers affected across the U.S. as part of the "resource action" as IBM calls layoffs includes a specific reference stating that IBM is not seeking a waiver of claims under the Federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act, or ADEA. Therefore such information listed in previous IBM layoffs is not required, says Raleigh attorney Jeremy Sayre of the law firm Ward and Smith, P.A.
With more than 30,000 attendees gathering today for the four-day forum in Austin, speakers and panels will reconsider their role in protecting shared data after years of encouraging customers to put more of their life on the Web.
A 64-year-old physicist, identified by Newsweek magazine as Bitcoin's creator, was chased by reporters through Los Angeles and denied any role in the digital currency, saying he first heard of it three weeks ago.
Today's "Startup blog" - the first in a regular addition to WRALTechWire's lineup - focuses on Triangle and NC startups, an IPO update, and a kickstarter success. Check out details about Square 1 Bank, NC IDEA's application deadline, CED's fund-raising series, Mohu's kickstarter success, and a mentoring program from Up Global NEXT.
A new American Underground workspace in Raleigh might make it easier for Triangle entrepreneurs to get their businesses started.
"If the founders of Daylight Books can pull off their latest feat in art industry innovation, then they'll help dozens of emerging contemporary artists and photographers around the world add new fans and revenue streams for their work," reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
Clinical testing and services firm INC Research is expanding its international footprint through the acquisition of a clinical research organization that operates in Greece, Turkey, the Middle East and Northern Africa.
J. Craig Venter, the man who raced the U.S. government to sequence the first human genome, has a new goal: Help everyone live to 100, in good health. And one of his first partners is RTP-based Metabolon, where he serves as a scientific adviser.
Editor's note: Jim Shamp, director of public relations for the N.C. Biotechnology Center, reached out to The Wall Street Journal after a recent story warned that the deadly "chikungunya" virus is headed for the U.S. A Raleigh firm - Arbovax - could have a solution, he said. WRALTechWire suggested that he write a blog about what occurred. He did. We reprint it in full.
Metabolon will utilize its proprietary molecular technology to help Human Longevity Inc., the new company led by genome pioneer Craig Venter, to find indications of disease and gene mutations.
Verizon Wireless ranked highest among its peers in four out of five categories in a national study by RootMetrics.com that measured network performance. In a six-month review of reliability, speed, call quality, data and text messaging, Verizon Wireless's score was 89.7 out of 100 and AT&T Inc.'s was 86.2.
The First Flight Venture Center in RTP and Virginia-based Launch Place are teaming up to put on "The Big Launch Challenge" in which startups will compete for top prizes of up to $15,000 each.
Raleigh M2M firm sold; Metabolon's new deal; Red Hat expands 'cloud;' FDA nod for OxyBio; Pozen cuts losses; reboot costs TransEnterix
In today's Bullbog blog rounding up the latest tech and life science news: Raleigh-based Jazz Wireless is sold; Metabolon makes a deal with Craig Venter firm; Red Hat joins AWS GovCloud; Oxygen Biotherapeutics can advance research on brain treatment; Pozen cuts its losses; and TransEnterix losses mount as company reboots.
In today's Bulldog technology roundup blog: A Bitcoin bank closes after being robbed; Facebook may buy a drone company; Roku steps up video-streaming fight with Google; and Dish takes the lead in offering Internet streaming.