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​How to stream the 2018 Super Bowl

Video: Czech VR firm is bringing sports bootcamp to the masses special feature VR and AR: The Business Reality Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are going to be useful for far more than just gaming. We explore the ways the technology will be used for training, marketing, product design, and much more. Read More Will Tom Brady triumph once more?… Read more →

​How to stream the 2018 Super Bowl

Video: Czech VR firm is bringing sports bootcamp to the masses special feature VR and AR: The Business Reality Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are going to be useful for far more than just gaming. We explore the ways the technology will be used for training, marketing, product design, and much more. Read More Will Tom Brady triumph once more?… Read more →

She persisted: Transforming software engineering at Autodesk

Innovation means creating something new and useful. Although we associate innovation with building new products, technologies, and solutions, the term applies equally to creating new systems or processes. Innovation in thought and practice enables teams to do more and better. With this in mind, I invited a senior executive to share her story of engineering transformation at Autodesk, a $2… Read more →

Dell reportedly considers IPO, VMWare deal

Dell is exploring “strategic options” to boost revenue and raise funds which may include an Initial Public Offering (IPO). techrepublic Top 5 ways to keep your data safe while traveling Airport Wi-Fi, public USB charging stations, and border agents just doing their jobs can all pose a threat to your cybersecurity. Here are five tips to reduce the threats. Read… Read more →

What enterprises will focus on for digital transformation in 2018

As technology and business leaders prepare their final tweaks for their digital plans in 2018, there is certainly evident some pace fatigue, combined with a growing sense that digital change is now nearly inevitable and/or omnipresent in both the enterprise and society today. Last year saw what was perhaps the highest water mark for sense of urgency and desire for… Read more →

Western Digital beats market expectations for Q2 with record revenue

Western Digital reported its second quarter financial results on Thursday, beating market expectations thanks to a “healthy” demand in enterprise storage and NAND flash. The company reported a net loss of $823 million, or $2.78 a share. Non-GAAP earnings were $3.95 per share on revenue of $5.3 billion, up from $4.9 billion from a year ago. The company said the… Read more →

Intel posts strong Q4, rides data center group and says it’ll restore confidence in its security efforts

Intel reported strong fourth quarter results as its data center group showed revenue growth of 20 percent with the Internet of things unit up 21 percent. The company, which is being hit by the fallout from the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws, noted that security was a top priority. CEO Brian Krzanich said in a presentation that one of his… Read more →

HP Spectre x360 has a built-in instant privacy screen

Video: HP’s new laptop has a privacy screen to stop people from peeking Here’s something you don’t see every day. HP has included something nifty with its latest, refreshed flagship laptop. HP’s Spectre x360, launched in October, lands with the usual innards: An 8th generation Intel Core chip, a 4K high-resolution display, up to 16GB of memory, and a 1TB… Read more →

​Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 is ready for testing

The rising tension between IoT and ERP systems The Internet of Things is the new frontier. However, generations of ERP systems were not designed to handle global networks of sensors and devices. Read More Video: Barcelona: Bye Microsoft, hola Linux Everyone wants a safer operating system, and that’s Red Hat‘s main goal in its just-released Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)… Read more →