Big Data

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  ZetYun is a Beijing, China-based startup offering data mining and analytics services to Chinese enterprises. It was founded as recently as in the past February...

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420 million Chinese had been on the mobile Internet as of the end of 2012, according to CNNIC. It's still at early stages for mobile...

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With about 500 million registered users, 60 million daily visitors, and 48 thousand items sold per minute, Alibaba's Taobao, who just celebrated its tenth...

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  The 2013 Big Data Innovation Summit, co-hosted by China America Innovation Network (CHAIN), Beijing Association for Science & Technology (BAST) and TechNode.com, will be held on June 14, 2013 in Beijing, China. More...

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izp Technologies, a data mining and digital advertising company, told media recently that it was valued at US$1 billion in the latest financing round...

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There is turmoil in the Middle East, global economic uncertain and imminent high-stakes political decisions in the world's two largest economies (the U.S. and China) - but none of these would be more popular than a simple math problem on the New York Times' website this past week. Yes, nothing beats the magical mathematical fun of The Birthday Problem - the surprising statistical insight that if you have 23 people in a room, there is a 50% chance that two of them have the same birthday.

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The world’s information is growing at an incredibly rate. In 2011, 1.8 Zettabytes of data was created - enough to fill trillions of CDs that would stretch beyond the moon. But that’s just the start. Fueled by increasingly diverse sources of rich data such as social networks and “tweets”, mobile devices, a plethora of public and privates sensors, the amount of data collected is expected to grow 50% per year.

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