Ford: Stopping Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is on the rise, an now new technologies are emerging to combat this issue. Some of this new technology includes: a camera that detects where your car is in busy highway lanes, a wheel that will start to shake when your car is drifting lanes, and cruise control options to set the distance […]

FCC Releases New Net Neutrality Rules

Net neutrality became a buzzword in 2014, as many media sources and public figures voiced their opposition to the FCC’s “fast lanes.” In order to accommodate ballooning quantities of web traffic, the FCC proposed that content providers (like Netflix) could pay Internet service providers (like Comcast) in order to access special, faster broadband connections, resulting […]

AT&T Becomes the Latest Company Affected by Data Breach

The urgency of improving information security cannot be understated. Since the widely publicized attack on Target Corporation, data breaches have become increasingly common – sensitive information stored with both eBay and the California Department of Motor Vehicles has been compromised in the last six months alone. AT&T, the national telecommunications company based in Dallas, Texas, became […]

Mirantis: Emphasizes Truly Open OpenStack

Mirantis is a pure play OpenStack company, delivering all the software, services, training, and support needed for running OpenStack in production at scale. From their website: Mirantis OpenStack features Fuel, the official OpenStack management software. Developed as an OpenStack community effort, it provides an intuitive, GUI-driven experience for automated deployment and management of OpenStack, related community […]

NGEN – Finally! This is a big deal in the DoD enterprise space

With only a few days left in the fiscal year to award a contract, the Navy has finally announced the winner of the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) on 27 June. Congratulations to Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services (HPES), the incumbent, for landing the contract!   If fully executed, HPES would get almost $3.5 Billion dollars […]

FreedomPop promises 200 mins of voice calls, Google updates the Glass camera and more

Here are the top mobile news and stories of the day. FreedomPop promises 200 mins of voice calls and unlimited texts on its free plan – FreedomPop used to be a data only carrier; however, they are now offering 200 mins of free voice calls as well. FreedomPop offers wireless internet on Sprint’s 4G networks. […]