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Apple’s memo warning employees about leaking information is predictably leaked

Video: What would it take for Apple to turn the Mac mini into a Mac mini Pro? An internal memo warning Apple employees that leaking information could result in legal action and criminal charges has, rather predictably, been leaked. The memo, which was seen by Bloomberg, claims that Apple “caught 29 leakers” last year alone, and that of those, 12… Read more →

Santander Brazil launches blockchain-based international wire transfer service

Santander launched the first blockchain-based service for end consumers in Brazil. The service, dubbed Santander One Pay FX, aims at significantly reducing the time involved in international transfers. see also Yes, Blockchain could reverse the course of civilization and upend the world’s most powerful companies Businesses often win by centralizing resources and extracting value, and today’s governments and financial systems… Read more →

Infosys buys ad firm WongDoody, plots sell off of Sikka acquisitions

Infosys said Friday that it plans to acquire Seattle-based creative agency WongDoody. The Indian IT outsourcer said WongDoody will bolster its branding and customer experience offerings. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. “The agency is known for its fully-integrated campaigns, omni-channel programs, expertise in connecting digital experiences to physical in-store experiences, and capabilities to create multi-platform content that… Read more →

First look: 2nd generation AMD Ryzen processors

Hardware AMD Ryzen – One year on, and what a year it has been Source Article from look: 2nd generation AMD Ryzen processors blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNet×144.png

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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. These are just some of the goodies included in… Read more →

AMD unveils 2nd generation AMD Ryzen processors

2nd generation AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Today sees AMD take its Ryzen line of processors to the next level with the unveiling of the 2nd generation AMD Ryzen silicon. See also : iPhone battery life bad after installing iOS11.3? Here’s what you can do Four processors get an unveiling, two Ryzen 7 models, and another two from the Ryzen 5… Read more →

Fake news and sick society: More decline ahead as the media seeks stable business model

The disruption of media companies continues unabated with Univision’s Fusion Media Group saying it will have to make substantial cuts within the coming weeks because of poor profitability. The company had made several large acquisitions over the past four years such as Gawker Media titles, and hired well-known “millennial” reporters at large salaries. Also this week: Black Press Group sold… Read more →

Best software utilities for your Mac

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Russia bans Telegram encrypted chat app

Popular messaging application Telegram is due to be blocked in Russia after Telegram refused to hand over encryption keys. Russian Internet and communications regulator Roskomnadzor filed a suit with a Moscow court after Telegram missed an April 4 deadline to hand over the keys, which can be used to decrypt messages sent by Telegram users. Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB)… Read more →

How SAP uses anthropologists to build better software

There are plenty of people involved in building software, from engineers and product managers to visual designers and usability testers. Yet even with all of those people involved, the final product may not be optimally designed for the end user. That’s because there are some questions about human behavior that market research can’t fully answer. When it comes to building… Read more →

Tertill robot is like a Roomba for your garden

It’s a Roomba for the garden. Sure. Slick marketing, right? Hitch your brand’s wagon to the best-selling, first-out-of-the-gate home robot that became the industry’s first blockbuster. Well, the claim has a little more weight coming from the guy who invented the Roomba. Famed roboticist Joe Jones is the brains behind a weed whacking robot, which is named Tertill. After leaving… Read more →

Court tells Facebook: Stop deleting ‘offensive’ comment

Video: Facebook suffers legal setback in Germany, loses privacy case A Berlin court has ordered Facebook not to block a user and not to delete a comment made by that user, even though it breached the social network’s community standards. The order appears to be the first such injunction in Germany, which has spent the past few years trying to… Read more →