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Odiago hints at the future of Hadoop-based services, Hortonworks shows off its products, and big data comes to edu material.
Cloudera's founder launches Odiago, a new data startup. Elsewhere, Hortonworks reveals its suite of Hadoop products and services, and Knewton and Pearson bring big data to education content.
IBM taps the cloud to make Hadoop easier, Factual cleans geo data, Google gets transparent with gov data requests.
IBM targets businesses with a cloud-based Hadoop product, Factual tackles incomplete geo records, and Google embraces transparency by publishing and explaining the data requests it gets from governments.
Singly believes your data tells your story, news orgs debate word clouds, and Mary Meeker looks at the latest Internet trends.
Data democratization takes a step forward with Singly 1.0, The New York Times and The Guardian debate the finer points of word clouds, and Mary Meeker presents her annual report on Internet trends.
MapReduce gets easier, a new search engine for data, and now you can monitor the universe's forces on your phone.
Cloudera's Crunch hopes to make MapReduce easier, Datafiniti launches a search engine for data, and the University of Oxford releases an Android app for monitoring CERN data.
Oracle unveils its big data appliance, the Hadoop community gauges contributions.
In this week's data news, Oracle unveils its big data strategy, and Cloudera looks at the contributions to the Hadoop core and community.
Facebook surfaces past status updates, particles defy physics, and data goes Hollywood in "Moneyball."
This week's data news includes news on Facebook's Timeline, observations of neutrinos moving faster than the speed of light, and Hollywood's take on data analysis.
Fold.it users make a scientific breakthrough, Twitter open sources real-time processing tool, Google faces a senate hearing.
In this week's data news: Fold.it gamers help with HIV research, Twitter eyes data analytics, and Google testifies before the Senate.
MapReduce crunches a million-song dataset, GPS and accident reconstruction, and WWI crowdsourcing.
This week's data stories include a guide to using MapReduce to process the Million Song Dataset, a story about how GPS data can help reconstruct lost memories (and accidents), and evidence that emergency crowdsourcing goes back further than many realize.