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The growth of the IoT industry will be big, quick, and profitable. However we're left with more questions than answers. What industries will see the fastest adoption of connected devices? What role does consumer adoption play in accelerating this growth? What are the positive and negative implications of a connected world where inanimate objects communicate with each other, as well as us humans? Check out this exclusive report for WRAL TechWire.
New Windows sneak peak; U-verse to Wilmington; Cisco's $1B cloud move; China OKs iPhone 6; Ireland-Apple tax deal
In today's technology news wrapup: Microsoft to offer sneak peak of new Windows; AT&T takes U-verse to Wilmington; Cisco expands cloud network; China OKs new iPhones after security assurances; and the EU presses Ireland about Apple tax breaks.
The founders of social media engagement app Stealz came together to start a nonprofit organization to help school systems raise more money. In the process, they met owners of restaurants, bars and venues and learned of a key problem in marketing and growing their businesses. They didn't have the time, or the content, to take advantage of social media. Stealz helps. But is Stealz a steal for users? ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman takes an inside look at the company, its growth and its challenges.
Gigabit Internet to the desktop and to the home is about to hit the Triangle. Are you ready to cash in for your business -and for your own entertainment? Have questions? Need answers? Then you need to attend WRAL TechWire's "Fiber Transforms the Triangle" conference at SAS on Oct. 13.
Almost a year after billionaire Carl Icahn opened a proxy fight pushing for the spinoff of PayPal, eBay President and CEO John Donahoe said Tuesday that, "The industry landscape is changing, and each business faces different competitive opportunities and challenges."
MCNC will mark the 30th anniversary of the North Carolina Research and Education Network during their annual Community Day celebration on Nov. 5-6 on the campus of NC State University in Raleigh.
In the latest Bulldog roundup of life science and technology news: Cisco Intercloud partner ecosystem expanded with $1 billion in new financing; Microsoft offers first look at new Windows this week; Anti-Facebook social network Ello goes viral; Yahoo! Directory is shutting down this year; and what can doctors can learn from our Selfies?
Internet security experts are warning that a new programming flaw known as the "Bash Bug" may pose a serious threat to computers and other devices such as home Internet routers. Even the systems used to run factory floors and power plants could be affected. So, is it time to panic? Here are some common questions and answers about the latest security scare.
The first of its kind report last week documenting the economic impact of gigabit Internet on communities where the service is offered shows what the Triangle might expect from the forthcoming North Carolina Next Generation Network from AT&T and other providers. A wide range of industry experts will discuss what's coming at the "Fiber Transforms the Triangle" conference at SAS on Oct. 13.
The Broadband Report: Here is a roundup of broadband and telecommunications news this week: FCC embraces broadband as health solution for aging population; Consumer access, use of online health records: It takes two to tango; Farmers need broadband access for business; Sorry, AT&T and Verizon: 4Mbps isn't fast enough for broadband; and FCC revisits net neutrality exemption for mobile broadband.
Gigabit Internet access is becoming a reality in the Triangle, and a first-of-its-kind report about the economic impact of ultrafast networks shows that communities where fiber-optic access is deployed are enjoying a "positive impact on economic activity."
Analysts at Technology Business Research believe Oracle CEO Larry Ellison's decision to retire from that post and the changes in other executive roles will lead the software giant to "rethink how it operates."
HCL Technologies will add some 1,237 jobs at its operations in Cary after signing an agreement with the state of North Carolina to includes nearly $20 million in tax incentives and grant money.