Samsung Galaxy S 4 Will Cost More Than iPhone on AT&T

Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphone is expected to pose a serious challenge to Apple’s iPhone. But shoppers may be turned off by the Galaxy’s higher price tag. Richard Perry/The New York Times The Galaxy S 4. AT&T on Thursday said that customers can order the Galaxy S 4 on April 16 for $250. That is $50 more than the cheapest iPhone 5… Read more →

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Will Cost More Than iPhone on AT&T

Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphone is expected to pose a serious challenge to Apple’s iPhone. But shoppers may be turned off by the Galaxy’s higher price tag. Richard Perry/The New York Times The Galaxy S 4. AT&T on Thursday said that customers can order the Galaxy S 4 on April 16 for $250. That is $50 more than the cheapest iPhone 5… Read more →

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Will Cost More Than iPhone on AT&T

Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphone is expected to pose a serious challenge to Apple’s iPhone. But shoppers may be turned off by the Galaxy’s higher price tag. Richard Perry/The New York Times The Galaxy S 4. AT&T on Thursday said that customers can order the Galaxy S 4 on April 16 for $250. That is $50 more than the cheapest iPhone 5… Read more →

Today’s Scuttlebot: Chosen for Glass, and Serious Facebook Games

Here are some of the more interesting items that the tech reporters and editors of The New York Times found on the Web recently. More Scuttlebot can be found here. Sexism at a Big Gamers’ ConferenceVenturebeat.com |  A game developers’ meeting has a “women in games” panel, then a party featuring women in revealing outfits. Resignations. – Quentin Hardy GoPro Array… Read more →

BlackBerry’s BES 10 real key to profit potential

BlackBerry delivered a solid fourth quarter that surprised analysts, shipped 1 million Z10 devices and may have set itself up for profitability in the future. The biggest key to BlackBerry’s sustained success will be the adoption of BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10. BES 10 is critical on a few fronts for BlackBerry. Consider: The platform is… Read more →

‘Big Data as a Service’ is here, but is anybody ready?

Is “Big Data as a Service” — BDaaS — a real badass idea or what?  Image credit: Joe McKendrick From a technical standpoint, BDaaS is perfectly doable, writes Philip Wik, database administrator for Redflex. in Service Technology. Sure, the last thing we need is another “Something-as-a-Service” term.  But the real question is: what would the… Read more →

Our dream tablet: 10 things we want

Summary: The perfect tablet may never be built, at least not one that appeals to everyone. Using these 10 components would create the best there is. By James Kendrick for Mobile News | March 28, 2013 — 16:04 GMT (09:04 PDT) Follow @jkendrick Previous | Next Image 1 of 10 Pen for Handwriting Touch… Read more →

The Nimble Dance of a Rich Legacy Software Company

SAS Institute, the world’s largest private software company, is mainly known for two things. It was the pioneer maker of sophisticated software for analyzing data, long before anyone was using the terms analytics or Big Data. SAS is also known for the seemingly lush life on its corporate campus in Cary, N.C., with on-site doctors, gyms, swimming pools, day care,… Read more →

Geekout: Episode The Third One is today at 3PM

It’s that time of the week again, so if you find yourself in need of a place to go this afternoon we know just the spot. Join Russell Holly, James Plafke, and Sal Cangeloso for our third episode of Geekout, Geek.com’s semi-regular Hangouts on Air session. It’s kind of like a podcast, but we do it… Read more →

Bluewolf is leader of the pack for cloud CRM solutions

“We are always thinking about the next evolution of cloud or social or mobile as a way of helping our clients focus on their clients.” — Eric Berridge, Bluewolf CEO When it comes to deploying cloud-centric customer relationship management (CRM) applications, integrator Bluewolf is a fierce competitor. Not only is it one of Salesforce.com’s longest… Read more →