Early Predator Gets The Worm Baby

In this episode of the science cartoon series “Out There,” one woman’s delightfully wholesome tableau becomes, upon closer examination, a horrific scene of horror. That’s nature for you. Cartoon by Ted Rall and Stephanie McMillan.


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Nest Cam Outdoor shows me the cat lurking outside my home

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Seeing is safety.

I live in a relatively safe neighborhood, but some years ago, my home was burglarized. The thieves broke in through the back door. Since then, we’ve been more vigilant about locked doors and windows and installed a Nest Dropcam indoors to keep an eye on our house. It does a great job of showing my open-floor-plan kitchen, dining room and den, but is of no use for the space outside my home.

Nest Cam Outdoor takes everything that’s good about Nest Cam — easy setup, anywhere-in-the-world access and cloud-based footage recording – and adds in weatherproofing. It is an excellent addition to the Nest family of smart home devices. Read more…

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The Galaxy Note 2 that caught fire on a plane is just horrible timing for Samsung

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Things just keep getting worse and worse for Samsung.

After weeks of investigating cases of Galaxy Note7 phones catching on fire, destroying people’s cars, and even injuring people, Samsung and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued an official recall for 1 million of the phones sold in the U.S.

As per the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), affected Note7 phones with defective batteries must be turned off and can’t be used during flights. Many public transportation agencies like New York City’s MTA have also urged riders not to use the Note7. Read more…

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Why the Hell Would Salesforce Want to Buy Twitter?

Rumors surfaced today that Salesforce was interested in buying Twitter — boosting Twitter stock at least temporarily to highs it hasn’t experienced since early January. Of course, Salesforce isn’t the only rumored suitor.

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Altec Joins Amtech iThink 2016 as a Sponsor to Present DocLink…

Altec will attend Amtech’s conference in Las Vegas to interact with attendees and present a breakout session on DocLink.

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New Relic aims to be your dashboard of the future

In Lew Cirne’s view, all companies are now software companies and understanding how your software is treating your customers is key to business success. Cirne is the founder and CEO of New Relic, a cloud-based provider of application management tools. In this CEO Interview Series conversation with IDG Chief Content Officer John Gallant, Cirne explained how New Relic gets IT and business execs on the same page in improving operations and customer experience, and he described the company’s new tools for keeping highly virtualized private and public infrastructure in synch. He also talked about a ‘unique’ pricing scheme that recognizes the dynamic nature of computing today, and outlined why existing management tool vendors have a long way to go to catch up with New Relic.

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Dell plans to move VR content creation to the cloud

Dell wants to prove that you don’t need a high-end GPU in your computer to create content for virtual reality headsets.

Instead, the company wants to move VR content creation into the cloud with new computing products it plans to release. The goal is to add more mobility and security to VR content creation.

Among the new products planned are thin clients that run applications stored in remote servers or appliances. The servers will have GPUs that power VR content creation on  virtual desktops.

Virtual reality is an interesting market, and Dell will have products to talk about in the future, said Jeff McNaught, executive director of cloud client computing at Dell.

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