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Wolfram releases a pro tool, protecting data during times of need, and new doubts about dating services.
Wolfram|Alpha launches a pro version of its computational knowledge engine, guidelines emerge for protecting the data of people in crisis, and researchers cast doubt on dating sites' matchmaking algorithms.
Megaupload's demise raises data questions and Bloomberg opens up its market data interface.
In this week's data news, Megaupload users face data deletion, Bloomberg opens its market data interface and Pentaho changes its licensing for Kettle.
Where to store all that genome data? Also, clarifying the work of digital humanities scholars.
We take a look at the big data obstacles and opportunities for genomics, digital humanities scholars respond to Stanley Fish's mischaracterization of what they do with data, and Hadoop World and the Strata Conference merge.
Figshare wants research data, Accel makes a huge data investment, LinkedIn shares its DataFu.
Figshare relaunches with an eye toward making more research data accessible. Elsewhere, Accel invests $52.5 million in Code 42 and LinkedIn open sources DataFu.
A proposal for a .data TLD, flavors of Hadoop, and a vote for pseudonymous commenters.
In this week's data news, Stephen Wolfram calls for a .data top-level domain and Cloudera responds to Hadoop version 1.0.
Dynamic pricing angers some Uber users, Hadoop hits 1.0, a possible set back for open-access research.
Uber's dynamic pricing worked as intended on New Year's Eve, but not everyone is happy about that. Elsewhere, Hadoop reaches the 1.0 milestone and proposed legislation seeks to repeal an open-access research policy.
Researchers hit transfer speeds of 186 Gbps. Five big data predictions for 2012.
This week's data news includes a new world record for Internet data transfer speed and Strata Conference chair Edd Dumbill's 2012 data predictions.
Open data from StatsCan and Whitehall, Dell open sources its Hadoop tool, and what we can learn from old library records.
This week's data news includes open-data initiatives in the U.K. and Canada, the open sourcing of a Hadoop deployment tool by Dell, and a database reveals the circa-1900 reading habits of Muncie, Ind.
Facebook says we're closer than we thought, Gnip targets finance, and eBay grabs Hunch.
Facebook research questions the "six degrees of separation" rule, Gnip gets into the real-time financial data business, and eBay looks to put Hunch's recommendation engine to use.