Matt Weinberger

Matt Weinberger

Reporter

Matt Weinberger is a reporter for Computerworld who also writes for Network World and InfoWorld. He reports on trends in app development, mobile apps, Big Data/analytics, emerging tech firms, the new IT stack and Silicon Valley culture.

Yahoo Commits to Mobile First with New Developer Suite

Heroku Enterprise Launches, Bringing Salesforce's App Platform to the Business

Today, Salesforce introduces Heroku Enterprise, which takes the core platform-as-a-service and adds more features to make it accessible to the enterprise. 

The Rise (and Rise) of Slack, Silicon Valley's Hottest Startup

IRC-for-enterprise startup Slack has released its first-year growth stats, and things are looking good.

Urban Engines: Using Data to Power a Better Commute

Urban Engines: Using Data to Power a Better Commute

One startup is collecting data to help track what it calls "The Internet of Moving Things" and improve urban commutes.

Box Adds Enterprise Key Management to Overcome Last Hurdle to the Cloud

Box Adds Enterprise Key Management to Overcome Last Hurdle to the Cloud

Box today unveiled the beta of Box Enterprise Key Management, a new security model that lets users securely stash encryption keys in the cloud.

The World of Containers Doesn't End with Docker

The World of Containers Doesn't End with Docker

Docker, the open-source app containerization startup has built up quite a bit of momentum in the past six months, but it's still not entirely ready for enterprise. (Insider, registration required.)

It's a Bird, it's a Plane, it's the Rebirth of Satellite Internet

It's a Bird, it's a Plane, it's the Rebirth of Satellite Internet

SpaceX, Facebook, Virgin Galactic and Google have all announced major initiatives that would help connect the world -- especially developing nations -- to the Internet. But the next thing in worldwide connectivity isn't going to be in...

At UCSF Medical Center, Robot-aided Healthcare is Here

At UCSF Medical Center, Robot-aided Healthcare is Here

When the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay hospital opens on Sunday, it'll boast the largest fleet of hospital robots in the world and showcase how much healthcare and tech are becoming intertwined.

'Parks And Recreation,' Facebook and The New Privacy

'Parks And Recreation,' Facebook and The New Privacy

Tuesday's episode of Parks And Recreation raises an important question about Facebook and privacy.

Linus Torvalds Diversity Gaffe Brings Out the Best (and Worst) of the Open Source World

Comments by Linus Torvalds have prompted a new debate on the role of meritocracy, diversity and inclusiveness in the open-source community.

Microsoft Touts $7-Per-User Monthly Pricing for Windows Subscription Packages

Microsoft Touts $7-Per-User Monthly Pricing for Windows Subscription Packages

Microsoft has released details on the first-ever per-user Microsoft Windows subscription.

Dropbox Acquires CloudOn to Strengthen Mobile Collaboration

Dropbox Acquires CloudOn to Strengthen Mobile Collaboration

Dropbox continues to build its business away from sync-and-share cloud storage with the acquisition of CloudOn, which offers a "simple and beautiful" mobile document creation and editing tool.

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