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Microsoft confirms VP of developer division Somasegar is leaving after more than two decades

S. Somasegar, corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft, is leaving the company.

AWS launches Amazon IoT, a cloud service for Internet of Things data

Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced Amazon IoT, a new service companies can use to hook up with Internet-connected devices and build applications based on them.

More than half of Google searches now happen on mobile devices

As of some time this summer, Google says that more than half of all web searches now happen on mobile devices, meaning smartphones.

Mozilla Firefox will drop support for NPAPI plugins by the end of 2016, but will keep Flash around

Mozilla today announced its intention to remove Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface (NPAPI) plugin support from Firefox “by the end of 2016.” The company has been working along with other Web proponents to implement functionality (like streaming video, advanced graphics, and gaming features) that were once only available via NPAPI plugins.

Amazon launches EC2 Container Registry for storing container images

Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced the EC2 Container Registry, a new tool for storing container images for parts of applications.

CEO John Chen: BlackBerry may bail on handset business if it’s not profitable in a year

BlackBerry CEO John Chen says his company may exit the handset business if it’s not profitable in a year.

Martech and adtech continue their inexorable Big Smush™

Adtech and martech have been getting closer and closer. Now a new integration between retargeting leader AdRoll and marketing cloud vendor Marketo is showing why.

Amazon’s hot Lambda service gets Python and VPC support

Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced several additions to its Lambda event-driven computing service.

Cheetah’s global strategy pays off: Helping mobile-first businesses go global before their competitors

SPONSORED: This sponsored post is produced by Cheetah Mobile. The mobile industry isn’t the same as it was years before.

Amazon introduces RAM-heavy x1 and burstable t2.nano instances

Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced new high-performing x1 instances — virtual slices of physical servers — carrying up to 2TB of RAM and much smaller t2.nano instances.

Amazon launches Kinesis Analytics, a tool to process data coming in fast

Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced the launch of Kinesis Analytics, a new service to do time-series analytics over data that’s streaming in.

SwiftKey taps neural networks for a new keyboard app that could improve predictive typing

SwiftKey has launched a new experimental version of its popular mobile keyboard app, one that could significantly improve the accuracy of predictive typing.

Mino Games raises $2.2M and launches Mino Monsters 2

Mino Games had a rare hit in the Mino Monsters free-to-play mobile game with 7 million downloads and $10 million in revenue to date.

Facebook explains how its new Like and Dislike emojis will impact post ranking

Facebook users have wanted a “dislike button” for years, and today the company announced it would be testing reaction emojis, although starting just in Ireland and Spain.

Why the beautiful, time-tested science of data visualization is so powerful

SPONSORED: This sponsored post is produced by Tableau. For almost as long as we have been writing, we’ve been putting meaning into maps, charts, and graphs.

Xbox co-creator wants a home in the Smithsonian for physicist Richard Feynman’s van

Seamus Blackley, the co-creator of the Xbox, is on a new mission. And this one takes him back to the days of his first love, theoretical physics.

SendGrid unveils new product that sends emails based on user activity

Traditionally known as an email delivery platform, SendGrid is spicing things up a bit with the launch of Threads, a service that triggers emails based on specific user behaviors.

Over half of Instagram’s biggest fans unhappy with Facebook’s new ad frequency

ANALYSIS: There is no doubt that Instagram is a phenomenon. The social network has grown from nothing in 2010 to a user base that now boasts 400 million people worldwide, 77 million of whom are in the U.S.

Burner integrates its disposable phone numbers with Evernote, Slack, Dropbox, and SoundCloud

With all the innovation taking place over at least the past few years and this shuffle from desktop to mobile-first, one thing has (hopefully) remained consistent: your phone number.

Panel to explore the super-geek gaming future

Where is gaming technology going? Above: Seamus Blackley of Innovative Leisure We’ve had tantalizing glimpses of the future with demos of augmented reality, virtual reality, user-generated content, esports, and the coolest new mobile devices.