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The Dropbox IPO is finally happening

Dropbox CEO Drew Houston. It’s official — Dropbox has finally filed for an initial public offering (IPO) after years of rumors and speculation. Reports circulated last month that Dropbox had already filed confidentially, but the paperwork is in and it’s shedding some light on the file sharing company’s profitability and customer base. In short, Dropbox said it is not yet… Read more →

SAS reports bullish results in Brazil

Data analytics giant SAS has reported positive results for its Brazilian operation and has plans to develop its channel network as well as expansion into certain industry sectors. The firm obtained growth of 22 percent in new business (first year fee revenue) and 8 percent in total software revenue in comparison to 2016. According to the president for Brazil at… Read more →

Best looking retro Bluetooth speakers

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​Docker has a business plan headache

Video: Microservices and containers: Eight challenges to this approach Read this What is Docker and why is it so darn popular? Docker is hotter than hot because it makes it possible to get far more apps running on the same old servers and it also makes it very easy to package and ship programs. Here’s what you need to know… Read more →

Build a budget AMD Ryzen PC for under $450

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Using the Nest E with Alexa: A cool tool for staying warm

Video: Using the Nest E with Alexa Amazon releases Smart Home API for Alexa: Developers, get ready to add ‘skills’ Amazon’s Alexa line of products will soon get new home automation skills thanks to the release of an API by the company. Read More Within a few days of arriving at my new house in Oregon, I discovered two things:… Read more →

Poor smart contract coding exposes millions of dollars in Ethereum

File Photo Smart contracts are meant to be just that; smart, irrevocable, transparent, and secure. However, coding bugs in 34,200 of these contracts currently in circulation has exposed millions of dollars’ worth of cryptocurrency to the risk of theft. It was only back in November when the intelligent element of smart contracts was cast into doubt after an individual known… Read more →

Amazfit Bip review: $100 smartwatch with integrated GPS and 45-day battery life

Pebble is dead, long live the Amazfit Bip. I’ve seen a few headlines comparing the Amazfit Bip to the Apple Watch, but that’s ridiculous just because they are square watches. The Amazfit Bip is a closer competitor to a Pebble watch, without the apps and with improved fitness tracking. At $99.99, I did not expect much from the Amazfit Bip,… Read more →

​Autonomous buses, cars, drones: Norway’s Telenor readies its big 5G pilot

Video: Samsung and Verizon demo 5G video call Late last year telecoms provider Telenor and the municipality of Kongsberg signed a contract for 5G pilot testing in the town. The choice of location is not random. Although Kongsberg is an hour’s drive from Oslo and small even by Norwegian standards, with just over 27,000 inhabitants, it is home to many… Read more →

​MWC 2018 preview: IoT, 5G, B2B take center stage

Mobile World Congress used to be the place where the latest greatest smartphones were unveiled. Today, MWC is all about business and enabling next-gen networks, platforms and sensors designed to make everything smart. Yes, Samsung will use MWC to gobble up the smartphone air time with the new Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus on Sunday. After that launch it’s pretty… Read more →