February 12, 2018
Boston startup Neurala says it has developed deep neural networks that can learn on the fly. Neurala's COO Heather Ames explains.
May 12, 2017
Far from dead, the open source project is alive -- and kicking -- say founders and users at OpenStack Summit Boston. Also in Searchlight: Microsoft goes to computing's edge; Trump signs cybersecurity executive order.
November 22, 2016
Cloud computing is helping Perkins School for the Blind deliver bus stop information to people with visual impairment -- today in Boston; tomorrow perhaps in a city near you.
June 23, 2016
A Boston-area startup launches router software that makes routing session-oriented; Dell sells a software unit; Dell'Oro notes a surge in 40 GbE switch sales.
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Salary data from Glassdoor shows DevOps experience continues to give paychecks a substantial advantage over other developer roles. If you want to make the most money, move to San Francisco. Continue Reading
John Brownstein, chief innovation officer at Boston Children's, is no stranger to using technology to track diseases. He shares his insights on Zika virus tracking technologies. Continue Reading
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The first person to take over the CDO role for the city of Boston is hoping to support existing teams to make government more effective by leveraging data and analytics. Continue Reading
A new city of Boston emergency response program uses location data to improve the safety of the public and emergency responders by pointing out potential hazards. Continue Reading