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iPhone X tips and tricks

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Master iOS 11.2 with these tips and tricks

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Maybe it’s time for Apple to spin off the Mac as a separate company

Apple finally introduced a pro-level machine, and updated its iMac line in 2017. However, many Macs, including the Mac Pro and the Mac mini, haven’t been updated in years. While these machines have marginal demand when compared to the iPhone, they’re certainly important to Mac users. Why haven’t they been updated in so long? on techrepublic Windows 10: Here are… Read more →

Big Data 2018: Cloud storage becomes the de facto data lake

As we bat cleanup with our 2018 predictions for big data, we’re going to pick up where Big on Data bros Andrew Brust and George Anadiotis have left off. Yes, it’s getting harder and harder to stay oblivious to the impact of AI, with implications from the geopolitical to the mundane and the positively creepy. It’s getting harder to miss… Read more →

Robots en route to Antarctica to measure growing threat

A partnership between the University of Washington and Paul G. Allen Philanthropies will use a network of undersea robots to observe the conditions beneath a floating Antarctic ice shelf. If that sounds a bit academic, let me put it another way: The fate of the world may rest on whether or not a gargantuan slab of ice collapses into the… Read more →

Robots take on nursing duties at Japanese hospitals

File Photo | CC0 Robotic helpers are making their way into Japanese hospitals to reduce the workload of human healthcare professionals. As reported by local media The Asahi Shimbun, Nagoya University Hospital, based in Nagoya, Tsurumaicho, is planning to deploy a pilot program in February which will see a squadron of robots taking to the floor to deliver drugs and… Read more →

Forever 21 investigation reveals malware presence at some stores

Raysonho | Wikimedia Commons Forever 21 has revealed that a data breach discovered in November has resulted in the theft of credit card information belonging to customers. The US clothing retailer said previously that a potential data breach was the subject of an investigation into its outlets after a third-party supplier tipped the company off to the potential lapse in… Read more →

Congo suspends Internet, SMS services

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s government ordered ISPs and telecom firms to suspend Internet access and SMS services in a bid to quell planned anti-government protests. As reported by Reuters, government officials have demanded that Internet services be cut off in response to protests on Sunday planned by activists which are demanding that President Joseph Kabila does not change the… Read more →

The path to empowering and profiting off India’s next wave of online users

Profit can be an ugly world, and especially so when used in conjunction with alleviating the miseries of the underprivileged, of which India has many. Yet, the sad truth is that even after 70 years of independence, the country has failed comprehensively in lifting the bulk of its people out of poverty and providing them with basic amenities such as… Read more →

The path to empowering and profiting off India’s next wave of online users

Profit can be an ugly world, and especially so when used in conjunction with alleviating the miseries of the underprivileged, of which India has many. Yet, the sad truth is that even after 70 years of independence, the country has failed comprehensively in lifting the bulk of its people out of poverty and providing them with basic amenities such as… Read more →

The path to empowering and profiting off India’s next wave of online users

Profit can be an ugly world, and especially so when used in conjunction with alleviating the miseries of the underprivileged, of which India has many. Yet, the sad truth is that even after 70 years of independence, the country has failed comprehensively in lifting the bulk of its people out of poverty and providing them with basic amenities such as… Read more →