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Microsoft Research is showing off a new project called Holograph that was made to render sizeable amounts of data in 3D from above or below the plane of a large touchscreen display.
Microsoft is holding another press event in San Francisco at 10 am Pacific time (1 pm Eastern time) today, but you can check out the live stream of the event here at Neowin.
Microsoft's newly minted CEO, Satya Nadella will be making another public appearance on April 15th to talk about big data and there will be a live stream of the event too.
In a Bloomberg TV video clip, Google chairman Eric Schmidt predicts the "arrival of big data and machine intelligence everywhere" in 2014 while admitting the company missed the boat on social networks
HP kicked off the conference with news of a partnership with Conservation International aimed at analyzing data from the rain forest in real time using Vertica in order to help protect the environment
The HP Discover conference will be in Barcelona from December 10-12, and Neowin will be on the ground covering it live. Tune in for the latest in storage, security, big data and more!
What do you get when you cross data visualization with security breaches? A cool interactive map of security incidents that can be displayed by breach type and organizational sector.
Microsoft is kicking off a week long series on how big data is used by the company and other businesses with an infographic that offers up stats on how companies used big data.
As the micro-blogging site continues to grow, more and more people are sharing their thoughts with the world. Last night's presidential debate generated 10.3 million tweets, a new political record.
Everyone's talking about "Big Data," but there's no definition of what it means. This Infographic shows us how much data we're creating every minute and the numbers are staggering.
HP Discover is over and, as expected, we had a heavy dose of Big Data, BYOD, and Cloud computing. Find out what our impressions were and what we learned from our time at the conference.
We will once again be attending the HP Discover conference in Las Vegas. You can attend too and save $300 in the process. Otherwise, stay tuned to Neowin for all of the announcements and information.