Tableau Software To Open Trading On The NYSE At $31 Per Share With Market Symbol “DATA”view story

http://techcrunch.com – Data visualization software company Tableau Software, going by the symbol “DATA,” will start trading tomorrow on the New York Stock Exchange at $31 per share, up from earlier today when the company said it would trade in the $28 to $30 range. Tableau will offer 8.2 million shares of its Class A common stock, up from the 7.2 million it previously said it would offer. (IT news)

Mirantis Building OpenStack Cloud Partner Programview story

http://thevarguy.com – Mirantis sees FUEL as a way to promote OpenStack revenue opportunities to VARs, MSPs and CSPs working in cloud computing. read more (IT news)

At NSA, The Cloud Is About Big Data And Moving Beyond ITview story

http://techcrunch.com – The National Security Agency (NSA) cloud is about big data and creating unicorns. And it all started when some geeks stole two servers. (IT news)

cannot login to music manager "could not identify your computer"view story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – Hi, I'm new to android, just bought a Google nexus 7. Liking it a lot. Rooted it so as to use stick mount but not tried any custom Roms or kernels yet. Anyway my problem is not so much to do with the device as my computer, a pretty old Packard bell easy note running Xp service pack 3. (HowTos)

Brandcast Banks $1.8M From Benioff To Take The BS Out Of Cross-Web Business Presencesview story

http://techcrunch.com – Whether you’re an Etsy seller or a multi-national conglomerate, maintaining a sync’d and stylish web and mobile is presence is harder than it should be. You either use a cheap toy website creator or an agonizing enterprise content management system. But now there’s Brandcast. (IT news)

Google Releases Glass Specs: Full Day Battery Life, 5MP Camera, 720p Video, 16GB Flash Memory & Bone Conduction Transducerview story

http://techcrunch.com – The news about Google Glass just keeps coming today. After announcing that Glass is about to ship and releasing the Glass Mirror API documentation, Google has now also posted the full spec sheet for the Glass hardware. (IT news)

Dropmysite Upgrades As It Moves Into Enterprise Marketview story

http://techcrunch.com – Dropmysite has beefed up its site backup product with new features, as it pushes harder into the enterprise market. Its product now includes features like incremental backups, public key authentication and PostgreSQL database support, it said. Backups start at 10Gb for $19.99. The Singaporean company was started in September 2011. (IT news)

Google Releases Glass Mirror API Developer Guides And Details Best Practices, API Remains In Limited Previewview story

http://techcrunch.com – Earlier today, Google announced that it is about to ship its first Google Glass units and just in time for them to arrive, Google has now also posted the developer guidelines for its Glass Mirror API. Access to the API itself, it’s worth noting, is still in limited preview and only developers who have access to the Glass hardware will be able to work with the API. (IT news)

[other] Cloud Service App Installation on 32Bit OS?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi all, I've been trying to get Copy.com's app to work on a 32bit Linux OS machine and was wondering if anyone else has had success? I've been able to get it to work on several distro but unsuccessful, I'm not sure entirely if its some compatibility with my machines hardware or otherwise. (Hardware)

Red Hat Announces RDO And OpenStack Partner Programview story

http://techcrunch.com – At the OpenStack Summit today, Red Hat announced RDO, “a freely available, community-supported distribution of OpenStack that runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora and their derivatives.” In essence, RDO will function for Red Hat OpenStack much like Fedora does for Red Hat Enterprise Linux: new features will land upstream, get integrated into RDO, and eventually make their way into (IT news)