Article Contents1 Apps1.1 Tor Browser for Android (Alpha)1.2 Yahoo!1.3 FameBit1.4 Blog Compass by Google1.5 Niagara Launcher fresh & clean1.6 AdminControl1.7 Paytm Money1.8 Samsung Áudio Acordes1.9 Mushroom Identification1.10 Apex Wallpaper - HD,4K Backgrounds1.11 A&E for Android TV1.12 HISTORY for Android TV1.13 Fluid Navigation - Swipe navigation gestures1.14 DC Universe - Android TV2 Manufacturer And Tie-In Apps2.1 WooCommerce2.2 ARMOURY CRATE2.3 NVIDIA SHIELD TV2.4 Private Wi-Fi2.5 Uno PlayLink2.6 Amigo X-Code Timer2.7 X-Wing Squad Builder by FFG2.8 Nimway3 WTF App Of The Week3.1 Selfie GO: AR Social Network4 Know A Worthy New App? Let Us Know! Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. This week I have quite a few interesting releases, including the alpha of the TOR Browser for mobile, a new sports and news app from Yahoo!, and Google's marketing ap … [Read more...] about 22 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android apps from the last two weeks including Tor Browser, Yahoo!, and FameBit (9/1/18
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By Rex Crum | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: May 3, 2018 at 7:00 am | UPDATED: May 3, 2018 at 7:02 am SANTA CLARA — Yahoo. Target. Equifax. Even Intel’s chips. It seems like no company, and no technology, is immune to security breaches and hacks. In Palo Alto Networks Chief Executive Mark McLaughlin’s view, all the digitization that has made parts of life more efficient, and fun, also comes with a price that must continually be addressed. “These (hacks) are all big reminders to us that if we don’t do something substantially different around securing the digital age, it’s going to continue to be a big problem for us,” said McLaughlin. It’s also been big business for security technology company Palo Alto Networks. In February, the company reported fiscal second-quarter sales of $542.4 million, a 28-percent increase from the $422.6 million it recorded in the same period a year ago. Over the past year, Palo … [Read more...] about Palo Alto Networks CEO Mark McLaughlin: Security “is a software fight”
BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureMillennial MoneyOpinionSportsLuxury Newsletter Signup Technology By Kerry Flynn @kerrymflynn 12/03/15 AT 2:58 PM Yahoo is old and stale, some say. The Internet doesn’t want banner ads, or any ads for that matter (what has been among the search giant’s core business). But there may be something still hip about Yahoo: its social network and blogging site called Tumblr.Tumblr, which has seen big user growth since Yahoo acquired it in 2013 for $1.1 billion, could be a cornerstone of any deal for the company’s Internet business. Yahoo’s board is currently meeting to weigh strategic options for the struggling company. Up for consideration: the fate of CEO Marissa Mayer; what to do with 384 million shares of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba; and whether to sell or spinoff Yahoo’s core Internet businesses, which include search and display advertising … [Read more...] about Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO) In Play: ‘Hip’ Blogging Site Tumblr Could Be Hidden Gem That Seals A Deal
Apstra, a startup developing intent-based networking technology, has received a significant boost to its fortunes: Yahoo Japan, one of the largest ISPs in Japan, has deployed version 2.0 of Apstra’s AOS operating system for intent-based networking in its multi-vendor production data centre network. According to Apstra, by deploying its software, Yahoo Japan has been able to operate and manage, with limited human resources, a large fabric network comprising 90 racks, 16 servers and thousands of nodes that supports its Hadoop clusters. “Big data and Hadoop are core technologies and strategic initiatives at Yahoo Japan, which analyses vast amounts of data obtained from its portal to constantly improve and develop new innovative Internet and ecommerce offerings,” Apstra said. Apstra CEO Mansour Karam claimed this represented the first multi-vendor deployment of intent-based networking ever announced. “Yahoo Japan went into production in November, and while this is … [Read more...] about Yahoo Japan picks Apstra intent-based networking for massive data centre fabric
As you implement digital transformation strategies, you need to plan for an explosion in traffic growth. Consequently, you need to build data centers using the same state-of-the-art principles the hyperscales have adopted: A leaf spine Clos design, which accommodates large amounts of east-west traffic, is essential to support today’s web applications A multi-hardware vendor strategy, leveraging both established hardware vendors (Arista, Cisco, Dell, Juniper, Mellanox), and open alternatives (Cumulus and OCP hardware) Major investments in automation and analytics for efficient scalable operations. Doing this right means embracing a disaggregated approach, separating the hardware, choice of network operating system, and automation layer. If you are a regular attendee of the OCP Summit, ONS Conference, or ONUG Conferences, you are familiar with these best-practice approaches deployed by Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Amazon.Hardware lock-in versus DIY – flawed choicesAs for … [Read more...] about Build vs buy for your next-gen data center network infrastructure?