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Samsung Galaxy S9 is here, but don’t throw out that Note 8 just yet

Video: Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus ready for lift off: Is it the flagship vs Note 8 The new Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus offer improvements over the Note 8 with the cameras, stereo speakers, processor, and some software enhancements. As ZDNet’s Larry Dignan pointed out, the new Galaxy S9 creates some flagship confusion — with the S Pen… Read more →

Fibre optic cables could help make driving Norway’s remote roads safer

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McAfee buys TunnelBear, makers of a consumer VPN app

Video: Your antivirus may clash with Windows Meltdown-Spectre patch Cybersecurity firm McAfee said Thursday that it has acquired TunnelBear, makers of a public virtual private network service. Financial terms were not disclosed. Based in Toronto, TunnelBear is a direct-to-consumer brand known for its VPN app that features an animated bear tunneling around its network to provide secure VPNs for its… Read more →

Ten Brazilian female tech influencers you should know

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Dell’s Q4 posts revenue gains as PCs, servers, networking show strength

Dell Technologies logged fourth quarter revenue growth across its various units led by its client solutions group and commercial PCs with infrastructure getting a boost from servers and networking sales. The company reported a fourth quarter operating loss of $321 million on revenue of $21.9 billion, up 9 percent from a year ago. Non-GAAP operating income was $2.1 billion. Dell… Read more →

Binance cryptocurrency sell-off disaster blamed on mass phishing campaign

Binance has rejected rumors of a security breach after users reported that their funds were being sold off without their consent. The chaos erupted on Wednesday when a sudden surge of strange market activity caught the eye of Binance itself and many users. In their droves, panicked traders reported that their alt coins were being sold and converted into Bitcoin… Read more →

Here’s how 3D printing makes the robots that make everything else

There’s a lot of talk about the promise 3D printing holds to transform manufacturing, but far less coverage of how the technology is actually being implemented in enterprise today. Aside from enabling low-volume production, 3D printing is also having a huge impact on how some of the largest companies in the world do business. I was reminded of that recently… Read more →

Smart roads: How intelligent surfaces can warn you of hazards round next bend

Video: Norway’s 5G pilot will have driverless buses, drones, and real-time medical diagnoses Norway’s roads authority is working on ways of making driving safer by using live traffic information provided by the road surface itself. A pilot intelligent transport system project in the high north, where roads are covered with snow and ice in winter, is testing a novel way… Read more →

Hackers invited to Vatican City to tackle social issues

File Photo Vatican City has announced the launch of its first hackathon in an attempt to bring young people together to tackle the world’s social problems. As reported by the Catholic Register, the VHacks event will run from March 8 — 11 and will bring together 120 programmers, graphic designers, project managers, and more. Students from over 150 universities worldwide… Read more →

Microsoft says AI and machine learning driven by open source and the cloud

read this Everything you need to know about AI An executive guide to artificial intelligence, from machine learning and general AI to neural networks. Read More Yes, Microsoft just announced that the next major edition of Windows 10 will support artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). But, marketing hype aside, Microsoft knows darn well that the real heavy lifting… Read more →

Microsoft: Switching out of Windows 10 S Mode will be free for all

Microsoft’s disclosure of its strategy around Windows 10 S has been … chaotic. (I’m being nice.) On March 7, officials blogged about some of the coming changes around Windows 10 S, which have been leaking out over the past several months. A quick refresher: Windows 10 S is actually a “mode” of Windows 10 , even though Microsoft execs initially… Read more →