Feds OK IBM-Lenovo x86 Server Deal
Glass Adds Voice Access to Contacts
Samsung, B&N Partner on Nook Tablet
VMware Buys CloudVolumes' V-Apps
Rufus Cuff a Crowd-Funded Success
IBM and Lenovo are celebrating U.S. approval of their x86-based server deal, having cleared some major security hurdles. The deal makes Lenovo a major player for enterprise data centers.
The latest update to Google Glass will let users access their top 20 phone contacts with voice commands alone. A user can then choose a phone call, Google hangouts, e-mail or text messaging.
They've seen the enemy and it is Amazon. So Samsung and Barnes & Noble are teaming up to combat their common foe with a 7-inch tablet that blends Samsung’s tech, Nook’s content and e-reader platform.
Pressing deeper into the realm of cloud technologies, virtualization specialist VMware just announced acquisition of CloudVolumes. The goal? To leverage its real-time application delivery solutions.
Gabe Grifoni, tired of staring at his phone screen, designed the Rufus Cuff, a giant wrist-worn screen that he hopes will replace the smartphone. To fund his ambitious project, he turned to crowdfunding.