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blazemeter acquires loadosophiaHeadquartered in Mountain View, California, BlazeMeter, the load and performance testing as a self-service platform for mobile, web and APIs, announced the acquisition of Loadosophia, which provides state-of-the-art analytics technology for JMeter users. Andrey Pokhilko, Loadosophia and JMeter-Plugins.org founder joins BlazeMeter’s executive team as Chief Scientist.

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cisco acquires metacloudCisco announced its intent to acquire privately held Metacloud. Based in Pasadena, Calif., Metacloud deploys and operates private clouds for global organizations with a unique OpenStack-as-a-Service model that delivers and remotely operates production-ready private clouds in a customer’s data center.

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pc 2014The PC market is on a decline. But it looks like it’s not dying, not yet. According to the latest sales figures from the US retail channels, one can spot slight gains in performance as compared to last year. The rise in specific segments comes after the school-buying session in the country. Apple’s Mac and Google’s Chromebooks are on the rise.

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bashA newly discovered security loophole in Bourne-Again Shell, popularly known as Bash, is likely to become a major problem for UNIX or Linux based web servers, and even Apple’s Mac OS X. The recently discovered flaw works by exploiting the way Bash evaluates environment variables.

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arm cortex m7 microcontrollerARM has launched a new microcontroller, Cortex-M7 that looks to add more performance and capabilities to help efficiently translate sensor data to digital information. ARM’s processor designs are used on almost all smartphones we have today.

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ibm watsonThe great American philosopher, Mark Twain, said, “There’s gold in them thar hills”, and he was right as far as the hills of Georgia are concerned. Similarly, the most small, mid and large sized companies have realized a long time ago that data mining and business analytics can uncover gold hidden in both their own and publicly available data. The challenge is to sort out the enormous amount of data.

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paypalPayPal has finally announced support for Bitcoin. The online payments giant has tied up with companies like GoCoin, Coinable, and BitPay to allow its network of merchants to accept Bitcoin payments. Earlier, Braintree announced that businesses would be able to accept Bitcoin.

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onapp acquires solusvmOnApp, launched in July 2010 has signed a definitive agreement to acquire SolusVM, the virtual server management system used by thousands of service providers to offer Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud hosting. The acquisition extends OnApp’s position as the leading Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform provider for the hosting and service provider market, with more than 3,000 customers, and a product portfolio that spans the complete spectrum of Infrastructure-as-a-Service.

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kofax dave caldeiraHave you come across the term “Smart Process Applications”? If not, read ahead, as you will surely need some SPA’s to make the “First Mile” of your business smarter. ToolsJournal had an opportunity to interact with Dave Caldeira, Senior Vice President of Product and Solution Marketing at Kofax, a leading provider of smart process applications.

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xbox oneIn November last year, Steve Ballmer justified the very existence of the Xbox division in the company at his last shareholder speech as the CEO of the company. Along with Bing, Ballmer explained how both these units are necessary for the company’s “broader vision”.

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