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Oracle Snaps up Xsigo, Continues Spending Spree

Oracle continues to buy, buy, buy as it snaps up network virtualization firm Xsigo Systems, the sixth firm in as many months.

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Using USB Redirection With QEMU/KVM

For those not up to speed on the latest features for Linux virtualization when using QEMU/KVM, there is support for USB device redirection over the network for virtual machines...

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Cisco Woos Developers, Adds 802.11ac Support as Connect Cloud Goes Live

Cisco announces today the availability of the Cisco Connect Cloud platform for its Linksys EA series routers (the Linksys E4200v2 included), a new 802.11ac router, and the Linksys Developer Community for those interested in developing apps for its Smart Wi-Fi routers. [Read more]...

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Big Data is Worth Nothing Without Big Science

As with gold or oil, data has no intrinsic value, writes Webtrends CEO Alex Yoder. Big science, which bridges the gap between knowledge and insight, is where the real value is. [Read more]...

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The Past, Present And Future Of Connectivity: A Must-See Mini Film

Just landed in our inbox: a link to this excellent documentary on connectivity, sponsored by Ericsson and entitled ‘On The Brink’. Picked up earlier by GigaOm, the 21-minute documentary features folks like David Weinberger, Caterina Fake, Ola Ahlvarsson, SoundCloud co-founder Erik Wahlforss and Wired’s David Rowan, among others. It’s a great documentary to watch if you have some...

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