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IBM acquires AlchemyAPI to fatten Watson portfolio

AlchemyAPI offers advanced services for text mining and image recognition

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Box snaps up Subspace for heightened BYOD security

New containerized browser technology will tighten enterprise controls

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With Spotfire 7, Tibco aims to make analytics more accessible

New tools offer guidance based on best practices to give non-experts a jump start

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Jive updates deliver boost to enterprise communications

New Marketo integration enables community-focused customer analytics

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Salesforce's Desk.com steps up its global focus

Targeting SMBs, the customer-support app now speaks more than 50 languages

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London Underground hums with better data on tracks

London's public transit system aims to keep trains on time with a little known form of asset management

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How IBM analyzes Twitter for the enterprise developer

Developers can parse massive amounts of Twitter data through Watson Analytics or IBM's Bluemix platform services

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Watch out! Gmail's autocomplete is suggesting the wrong email addresses

You'd better check that recipient field twice before you click Send, because Gmail's autocomplete is having some issues.

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Oracle steps up its big-data push with new products

New tools aim to make it easier for enterprises to wrest value from their information stores

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Pivotal goes all-in with open source in Big Data Suite

Enterprises demand it because they're taking a more active role in software development, Pivotal says

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Big data vendors to forge a common Hadoop base platform

The Open Data Platform seeks to provide compatibility across different versions of Hadoop

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HP extends R programming language for big data use

Distributed R can be used to analyze data across multiple file servers

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Big data digest: The backlash begins

Critics diagnose the limits of big data, while analysts continue to see a bright future