Action Bronson is a big guy, and it looks like he's about to blow up. The 29-year-old Queens native — whose new EP, SAAAB Stories (with three As), is out this week — has been heating things up over the
iFive: Tony Hayward Gone By October, Obama and Cameron, New Star Discovered, Energy Dept Goes Online, China’s Clean Energy
While you were sleeping, innovation was doing things. Yep, things. I could tell you, but I’d have to kill you. While you were sleeping, innovation was doing things. Yep, things. I could tell you, but have
So we listened with interest to IBMer Brenda Dietrich talk about a big data project that IBM uses internally to size its workforce. Dietrich is an IBM Fellow and VP, CTO and Strategist for the Business
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We’ve been working on getting more details on a press event that Facebook is having this week. Earlier, we wrote it could launch a news-reading app, but we have since heard more details that point to else
Digg -- yes, that Digg -- has a replacement in the works for Google Reader, and it looks like it'll arrive just ahead of the final days of Google's RSS aggregation service. The service, which uses the
Every six months, the Top500 organization reveals its list of the world’s fastest supercomputers. And for the past few lists, there’s been a lot of movement. In June 2011, it was Japan’s “K” supercomputer.