This week in big data news, brings a new data processing framework, and computers that are more intimate with your feelings
Facebook has released machine modules for improving machine vision and pattern recognition
However, Ross Ulbritch's defense attorneys cast doubt on the prosecution's allegations
In a New York federal court, the prosecution begins its case against the alledged mastermind of the Silk Road underground marketplace.
Prosecutors charge Texas man Ross Ulbricht with single-handedly running the billion dollar Silk Road underground marketplace
For the first time in recent history, Microsoft has issued no security bug fixes for Internet Explorer.
The prosecution calls the notorious and now shuttered website as "the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet".
Researchers found that statistical modeling software could accurately assess someone's basic personality traits using their Facebook likes
IBM tops the list of producers of U.S. patents again in 2014, a success it attributes to the global span of its research labs
A new Azure vault provides a way to store encryption keys in the cloud
The W3C and OGC pledge to ease the path for developing location-enriched Web data
The National Weather Service could offer more accurate long-term forecasts by October
Verizon Wireless may plant AOL's digital ad service in its mobile video services, according to Bloomberg
Compuware's Topaz platform will provide graphical interfaces for mainframe management
Ur/Web bundles the Web development stack into a compiled programming language