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Posted on Thu, Apr 24, 2014
by Mark Bohannon

US government and open source

The open source movement or renaissance isn't just limited to the technology sector, but is emerging in places like the US government. The US government is using open source to improve the flexibility and agility of projects and operations that are vital to what they do, but are also leveraging OSS for bug fixes, major function improvements, and... More
Category: open source

Posted on Thu, Apr 24, 2014
by Terrence O'Brien

Facebook Newswire brings breaking news to journalists

Facebook has launched Facebook Newswire, which aims to connect breaking news to journalists. Now, this isn't about putting tons of content in front of the eyes of every journalist, but highlighting the best stories out there. Period.
"Facebook has been making efforts to improve its news delivery and offer services to journalists for some time. It'... More
Category: community

Posted on Thu, Apr 24, 2014
by Ian King

Cloud spending to reach $191 billion in 2020

According to Forrester, cloud spending will reach $191 billion by the year 2020, 20 percent bigger than what it is projected to be at this year.
"Cloud computing has reached “hypergrowth” as businesses replace standard licensed software from companies such as Oracle Corp., SAP AG and Microsoft Corp. with Web-based subscription versions, known as... More
Category: cloud

Posted on Thu, Apr 24, 2014
by Mike Butcher

Snapchat Hires News Corp’s SVP For Digital

Monetization may be closer in Snapchat's future than we originally thought, especially after it hired Nick Bell, the SVP for digital of New Corp. Bell was responsible for driving subscription growth while strategically leveraging unique digital strategies to increase brand success. Snapchat is hoping he will bring the same type of approach and... More
Category: business

Posted on Wed, Apr 23, 2014
by Ryan Waniata

Netflix Nabbs Arrested Development Producer

Netflix is one step closer to world domination, or at least great video craftsmanship, after signing Arrested Development producer Mitch Hurwitz.
"According to Variety, the new deal will give Hurwitz the freedom to move out from under the Arrested Development umbrella to produce and develop new original projects for Netflix.
Following its... More
Category: business