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Decision time is here for blockchain, but are enterprises ready?

Blockchain — the purportedly immutable global database — has been in the headlines for several years now, and it’s looking like 2018 will be the year that IT and business leaders have to decide whether to move forward in a serious way with it. That means, of course, committing both budget dollars and peoples’ time building out capabilities. It also… Read more →

iOS 11.2 is out for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

iOS 11.2 is out It’s time to update your iOS devices – again. Must read: The Apple products you shouldn’t buy for the holidays The biggest addition in terms of new features in iOS 11.2 is Apple Pay Cash, a feature that allows you to send, request, and receive money from friends and family with Apple Pay using Messages or… Read more →

Has your iPhone started randomly crashing today? Here’s why and how to fix it

Has your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch started crashing randomly today? Have you noticed your iPhone – or iPad or iPod touch – crashing today? You’re not alone. And yes, it’s another weird, random iOS bug that’s to blame. Must read: The Apple products you shouldn’t buy for the holidays Forum user Eccanz describes the problem well over on the… Read more →

Has your iPhone started randomly crashing today? Here’s why and how to fix it

Has your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch started crashing randomly today? Have you noticed your iPhone – or iPad or iPod touch – crashing today? You’re not alone. And yes, it’s another weird, random iOS bug that’s to blame. Must read: The Apple products you shouldn’t buy for the holidays Forum user Eccanz describes the problem well over on the… Read more →

Brazil kicks off startup internationalization plan

The Brazilian government will invest 3 million reais a year ($920,000) in a program to internationalize startups. Dubbed StartOut Brasil, the program will select up to 15 ventures per immersion cycle to participate in “missions” abroad. The first mission will take place between December 3-8 in Paris. Some 14 startups will participate, many being biotechnology and healthcare-related ventures. ​Big dreams,… Read more →

NSA employee pleads guilty after stolen classified data landed in Russian hands

(Image: file photo) A former National Security Agency hacker has admitted to illegally taking highly classified information from the agency’s headquarters, which was later stolen by Russian hackers. EXCLUSIVE NSA’s Ragtime program targets Americans, leaked files show Several more variants of Ragtime appear in recently leaked documents. Read More Nghia Pho, 67, a Maryland resident who worked for the NSA’s… Read more →