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Uber settles Waymo lawsuit over stolen trade secrets

Image via Uber. The Alphabet-owned autonomous car company Waymo has settled its civil suit with Uber over allegations of stolen trade secrets pertaining to autonomous driving technology. As part of the resolution, Uber will pay Waymo $245 million in cash, equal to a .34 percent equity stake at the ride-hailing firm’s recent $72 billion valuation. techrepublic Here’s what developers really… Read more →

Quick iOS tips: How to live with a 16GB iPhone or iPad and not lose your mind

Mobility iPhone X cost too much? Great smartphones in every price range Source Article from http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/quick-ios-tips-how-to-live-with-a-16gb-iphone-or-ipad-and-not-lose-your-mind/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Quick iOS tips: How to live with a 16GB iPhone or iPad and not lose your mindhttp://www.zdnet.com/pictures/quick-ios-tips-how-to-live-with-a-16gb-iphone-or-ipad-and-not-lose-your-mind/#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

Microsoft delivers public preview of Dynamics 365 for Marketing for SMBs

It’s been quite a while in coming, but Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 for Marketing service finally is available in public preview. Dynamics 365 for Marketing is Microsoft’s marketing module aimed at small-to-midsize businesses. (Microsoft advises enterprise customers using Dynamics to go with Adobe’s Marketing Cloud instead.) Dynamics 365 for Marketing also is meant to be the replacement for Microsoft’s Dynamics Marketing… Read more →

Intuit lowers Q2 outlook citing later tax season

Personal and small business financial software maker Intuit said on Friday that a later than usual start to the tax season has shifted tax revenue to the company’s third quarter. techrepublic Here’s what developers really think about AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform providers lack adequate support resources for developers. Read More Intuit reiterated full fiscal-year revenue and operating… Read more →

Qualcomm leaves the door open for potential Broadcom deal

File Photo Broadcom’s unsolicited bid to acquire Qualcomm has been met with rejection after rejection, but Qualcomm has said it is willing to discuss a potential deal. techrepublic Here’s what developers really think about AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform providers lack adequate support resources for developers. Read More Back in November, Broadcom announced that the company wanted to… Read more →

It’s time to dump those old iPhones and iPads

If you’re running an older iPhone or iPad that’s stuck on iOS 9, then you need to plan some sort of escape strategy following this week’s leak of Apple’s iBoot source code to GitHub. Must read: Apple products you shouldn’t buy in 2018 techrepublic Here’s what developers really think about AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform providers lack adequate… Read more →

Hands-On: Kali Linux 2018.1 on the Raspberry Pi Zero W

Video: Samsung app will turn phone into Linux PC techrepublic Here’s what developers really think about AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform providers lack adequate support resources for developers. Read More I wrote about Kali Linux 2017.3 not long ago, and I looked at the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 version. Now there is a new Kali release available… Read more →

Qualcomm ramps up IoT business in Brazil

Qualcomm is placing its bets in the development of the local Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem, with two noteworthy announcements made this week. The company has signed an agreement with the government of the Brazilian state of São Paulo to implement a factory under a joint venture with Taiwanese company USI focused on production of processors geared at IoT applications…. Read more →

Save $15 on iPhone battery replacement that comes to you

ZDNet’s Business Bargain Hunter scours the web for great deals on computers, phones, services and much more. Prices and availability are accurate at the time deals are shared. Some products and services may not be available outside the U.S. Follow BBH on Facebook and Twitter, where he’s known as The Cheapskate. See this? It happens in your office on your… Read more →

Farewell Soapy, but will Australia’s new attorney-general be any better?

I’m no fan of Australia’s favourite attorney-general, Senator George Bandis QC. You may have noticed. So I’m not exactly saddened to see him heading to London to become Australia’s high commissioner there. That’s what we call an ambassador to another Commonwealth nation. Brandis became attorney-general on September 18, 2013. In less than a year, he’d become a running joke in… Read more →

Product strategy key to cashless adoption in APAC

Establishing the right product strategy as well as regulatory and industry alignment, across Asia-Pacific and globally, will be critical for mobile payments to hit mainstream adoption. Some 23 percent of transactions in Asia-Pacific last year were made using e-wallets, said Quah Mei Lee, Frost & Sullivan’s industry principal of digital transformation practice, adding that mobile payments were seeing increasing adoption… Read more →