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How ready is your organization for blockchain?

special report Download the Blockchain Guide You can read this executive guide as a PDF (free registration required). Read More Constellation Research is conducting a survey to find out how prepared organizations are to implement blockchain-related technologies (Constellation calls these technologies, Synchronous Ledger Technologies). The study aims to benchmark awareness of blockchain-based building blocks and services, the level of investment… Read more →

7 charming robots at CES 2018

Robotics 7 game-changing robotics trends we saw in 2017 Source Article from http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/7-charming-robots-at-ces-2018/#ftag=RSSbaffb687 charming robots at CES 2018http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/7-charming-robots-at-ces-2018/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNethttps://zdnet3.cbsistatic.com/fly/bundles/zdnetcore/images/logos/zdnet-144×144.png

Verizon, Sprint, China Telecom added to list of carriers of Windows 10 on ARM PCs

Microsoft and Qualcomm are continuing to get more backers for the coming Windows 10 on ARM “Always Connected” PCs that will be shipping later this year. Credit: CNET At CES 2018, the pair announced a handful of additional mobile operators that will be providing LTE support for the coming Snapdragon-based PCs. The new additions to the list include Verizon, Sprint,… Read more →

Fast charge USB power banks: Juice your smartphone

Video: Will new iPhones explode if they wirelessly charge while plugged in? So you’ve bought one of the newest generation smartphones and you’ve noticed that while you are on the road, you’re running out of juice quickly. You need a portable battery with high-speed charging capability. But not all portable batteries are the same, despite the fact that they might… Read more →

Amazon offers software development kit to expand Dash button replenishment program to more screens

Amazon is expanding its Dash button replenishment program with a software development kit that will add one-click reordering from multiple connected devices. The Dash program initially featured a physical button that would trigger reorders of supplies. By adding “virtual” Dash buttons, Amazon can expand its supplies replenishment sales. Amazon isn’t going to abandon the physical Dash button play. After all,… Read more →

Adobe patches information leak vulnerability

In comparison to Microsoft which is having a busy month patching due to Spectre and Meltdown, Adobe’s latest patch update addresses only one vulnerability. According to a security advisory posted on Tuesday, the vulnerability is an out-of-bounds problem deemed “important.” The vulnerability, CVE-2018-4871, occurs due to a computation which reads data past the end of a target buffer. This out-of-range… Read more →

Savage Security snapped up by Threatcare

Threatcare has acquired Savage Security with the aim of providing a one-stop-shop for enterprise security solutions. The acquisition was announced on Tuesday. Threatcare is a provider of cybersecurity solutions including consultancy, controls monitoring, attack simulations and training through the Violet virtual assistant platform. The company was already working with Savage Security in the development of go-to-market resources and by providing… Read more →

CES 2018: CIOs push smart city agendas through tech partnerships, outreach

CNET’s smart city panel at CES 2018. The smart city sector is one of the hot topics at CES 2018, with nearly every major technology provider looking to jump into the connected ecosystem. Likewise, major metropolitan areas across the country are eager to implement technology that could bring urban living into the digital age. CES 2018 The Big Trends for… Read more →

August Access enlists Deliv for in-home delivery service expansion

Smart lock maker August Home announced Tuesday an expansion of its in-home delivery platform that will enable retailers to provide secure delivery by placing packages and groceries inside customers’ homes and garages. CES 2018 The Big Trends for Business CES showcases the tech trends that will shape the year ahead. See the most important products that will impact businesses and… Read more →

Huawei Mate 10 Pro’s US launch promoted by Wonder Woman Gal Gadot

CES 2018 The Big Trends for Business CES showcases the tech trends that will shape the year ahead. See the most important products that will impact businesses and professionals. Read More Mobile enthusiasts have been using Huawei smartphones for years, and even pronouncing its name correctly, but most in the US have not been exposed to its name or its… Read more →

Google, Lenovo unveil standalone Daydream VR headset

Google and Lenovo on Tuesday at CES 2018 unveiled a Daydream VR headset called the Mirage Solo. A first for the Daydream platform, the Mirage Solo can function standalone, meaning it doesn’t need a smartphone tether by cord or Bluetooth. It also has integrated positional tracking thanks to Google’s WorldSense, doing away with the need for any external sensors. CES… Read more →

CES 2018: Robot fails onstage during live reveal

It’s the nightmare scenario for any spokesperson: Your much-hyped product fails in front of a live audience at the industry’s biggest showcase. That’s what happened when David VanderWaal, LG’s VP of marketing, tried to demo CLOi, LG’s new home assistant robot at CES Monday. The robot started off okay, responding to a scheduling command and setting a washing machine. Then… Read more →