BigQuery, Big Money: Google, get the Megaphone

BigQuery is a RESTful web service that enables interactive analysis of massively large datasets working in conjunction with Google Storage. Google Cloud Storage is a RESTful online file storage web service for storing and accessing your data on Google’s infrastructure. The service combines the performance and scalability of Google’s cloud with advanced security and sharing capabilities. It is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), comparable to Amazon S3 online […]

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Audio Hashtags Automatically Created When a User Uploads Podcasts or Videos

As mentioned in the post, BI Applied to YouTube Yields Value for Advertising, Marketing, & Sales, YouTube could dynamically scan audio for words and/or phrases when it processes the videos, and the most frequently used, or N threshold number of words appearing, or more to the point said in the video, would: Be recommended automatically as […]

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Raspberry Pi Streaming Verses Amazon Instant Video, Apple / Google TV, and Netflix

I still can’t get over the fact that for 45 USD, you can take a Raspberry Pi board, and an RCA or HDMI cable, you can create a video streaming device and retrofit your existing Television.  Wow, amazing.  So, in short, does the value add of the graphical user interface, and the physical hardware of […]

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Is Petabyte Transfer a Commodity to be Traded on Open Markets?

There is a lot that goes into the electronic transfer of information, excluding your personal computer or smartphone device.  You have cellular towers, fiber optic cables (or pipe), infrastructure to help exchange that information through the pipe, as well as possible optimizations that compress and transfer, or route the information through the networks. There may […]

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NFC Replaces Secure Digital Memory for Data Transfer in Art Galleries?

NFC (Near Field Communications) has significant potential in the transfer of information, and has already proven to be a lightweight technology to transfer and store data.  We have already seen at this year’s CES conference business cards enable the transfer of songs from an NFC enabled business card to a car radio.  Samsung has enabled […]

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Yahoo’s Opportunity for Success: Entertainment & News Streams

Taking on Tumblir, showing top tweets, trends currently active, is Yahoo going to provide Business Intelligence (BI) for entertainment and news?  I see a paradigm emerging where there are one of several BI widgets to express a visual depliction of real time news and entertainment streams from several sources including active searches, and the popular […]

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BI Applied to YouTube Yields Value for Advertising, Marketing, & Sales

Google has scanned and indexed books, and showed the most commonly used words, and added meta data, based on book publishing year, genre, and so on.  It would be great to see that functionality come to YouTube.  Business Intelligence (BI) applied to video libraries yields profit for advertising, sales, and marketing. Every video, in a […]

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Microsoft OS & Google Cloud Platform: Owning the Shelf Space

Google at this phase in their business and technology life cycle reminds me of Microsoft, as the trailblazers, when Microsoft was building all their products, and continually trying to own the shelf space of product sets in their desktop platform.  Now that the tides have turned, it seems their cloud platform is growing, and Google’s […]

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