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Can we teach Machine Learning privacy?

special feature How to Implement AI and Machine Learning The next wave of IT innovation will be powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning. We look at the ways companies can take advantage of it and how to get started. Read More Machine learning is one of the hottest disciplines in computer science today. So hot, in fact, that cloud… Read more →

Hades Canyon NUC mini-PC features both Intel, AMD inside

Intel Hades Canyon NUC It’s a classic case of the enemy of my enemy is my friend: While Intel and AMD are rivals when it comes to processors, they both have a common target in Nvidia when it comes to computer graphics. Though Intel has made strides in improving the integrated graphics for its Core CPUs, they still can’t really… Read more →

OtterBox Symmetry and Pursuit for the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus: Reliable drop protection without the bulk

Mobility iPhone Battery Health: How to use iOS 11.3’s new settings Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/otterbox-symmetry-and-pursuit-for-the-samsung-galaxy-s9-plus-reliable-drop-protection-without-the/#ftag=RSSbaffb68OtterBox Symmetry and Pursuit for the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus: Reliable drop protection without the bulkhttps://www.zdnet.com/pictures/otterbox-symmetry-and-pursuit-for-the-samsung-galaxy-s9-plus-reliable-drop-protection-without-the/#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

UK government seeks city to showcase 5G connectivity

York is the sort of city that could benefit from a 5G network thanks to its high concentration of tourist attactions. Photo: Jack Schofield The British government plans to create a “5G city” as a testbed for the future rollout of 5G phone networks across the UK. But which city? That’s up for grabs. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media… Read more →

​SpaceX’s Starlink takes a big step forward in delivering internet from the sky

Video: SpaceX to launch space internet satellites ​SpaceX plots 4,000 satellite constellation for home broadband SpaceX has revealed technical details of the constellation of satellites it wants to launch as an internet service provider (ISP) for the globe. Read More Elon Musk’s rocket-launching service, SpaceX, is planning to launch hundreds of satellites — Starlink — to deliver internet around the… Read more →

Local languages are crucial to success for tech outfits in India

Video: India becomes the second-largest smartphone market Content and technology providers hoping to exploit the goldmine of 800 million Indians who will be buying smartphones for the first time in their lives will quickly realize a crucial trend: India may have been colonized by the English and the language may hold sway in the boardrooms, bars, and coffee shops of… Read more →

Microsoft starts rolling out Azure Availability Zones for datacenter failure protection

Microsoft is making generally available Azure Availability Zones, starting in two regions — Iowa (US Central) and Paris (France Central). Availability Zones are meant to help protect customers from datacenter-level failures. The zones are located inside Azure regions and offer independent power source, networking and cooling. There are a minimum of three separated zone locations in enabled regions. Availaibility Zones… Read more →

Why Apple should fire Siri and hire Cortana

Video: Google Assistant vs Siri vs Bing: This IQ test shows which is smarter In a previous article, I discussed the huge lead Amazon has over competitors in the IoT space, namely Google and Apple. Read also: Why Microsoft is splitting up Windows in its latest reorganization Alexa has virtually all the market share when it comes to intelligent devices… Read more →

Uber-Grab merger under investigation for possible violation of Singapore competition laws

Grab’s bid to acquire Uber’s Southeast Asian operations is being investigated in Singapore for possible infringement of market competition laws. The Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) said in a statement it had “reasonable grounds for suspecting” the merger infringed section 54 of the country’s Competition Act. This pertained to “substantial lessening of competition” related to the provision of chauffeured point-to-point… Read more →

Don’t wait years for 5G: NetMotion Mobility delivers resilient, secure, always-on connectivity

Image: NetMotion If you don’t want to wait years to see how 5G turns out then you may want to consider the NetMotion Mobility solution that is available now and provides reliable, stable, and secure connectivity. Emergency responders, utilities, and transportation businesses currently use it and the technology has proven to be successful. A few weeks ago I met with… Read more →

That new ‘privacy icon’ in iOS 11.3 does nothing to prevent password phishing

(Image: ZDNet) iPhone or iPad users, if you update to iOS 11.3 now, you’ll have new features and a bunch of security updates. But you’ll still be just as vulnerable to on-device phishing attacks as you ever were. A long-expected privacy icon debuts in the software update out Thursday which help users identify when Apple requests more of their personal… Read more →

That new ‘privacy icon’ in iOS 11.3 does nothing to prevent password phishing

(Image: ZDNet) iPhone or iPad users, if you update to iOS 11.3 now, you’ll have new features and a bunch of security updates. But you’ll still be just as vulnerable to on-device phishing attacks as you ever were. A long-expected privacy icon debuts in the software update out Thursday which help users identify when Apple requests more of their personal… Read more →