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Will your Mac run macOS 10.14 Mojave?

WWDC 2018 Here are the Macs that will run macOS 10.14 Mojave. And I’ll warn you now that the cull is pretty brutal. See also : iOS 11.4 tip: How to enable Messages in iCloud (and why you might want to keep this feature turned off) Here is the full list of Macs that will run macOS 10.14 Mojave: MacBook,… Read more →

Apple improves security protections in macOS Mojave

Apple executives converged in San Jose on Monday to show off the latest version of the Mac operating system to its gaggle of eager developers. Breaking from its high country nomenclature, Apple has titled its new operating system macOS Mojave, and it aims to merge popular iOS features with the Mac ecosystem, clean up the desktop view, and improve security… Read more →

WWDC 2018: Apple debuts Create ML for simple machine learning training

At the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, Calif. on Monday, Apple introduced a new tool called Create ML for simple, efficient machine learning training on the Mac. All built in Swift, Create ML lets you train vision and natural language data with your own custom data, “without being a machine learning expert,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior… Read more →

This adjustable swivel chair is only $37

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. Plus: You’ll find more Cheapskate deals on CNET. Can’t… Read more →

Accor Hotels starts facial recognition trials in Brazil

Accor Hotels has started a facial recognition trial in Brazil as a means to improve customer service delivery. Selected guests of the hotel’s loyalty program will be the first users the new technology at a Pullman hotel in São Paulo. Facial recognition out of control? Half of US adults have their faces on police databases Facial-recognition databases used by the… Read more →

Google’s Hangouts Meet to work with other video conferencing systems

Google on Monday announced a series of updates to G Suite, making the bundle of productivity tools easier to use with other major third-party enterprise tools. Interoperability is an important feature for cloud services, given the number of different services and products that can be found in just one office. According to one assessment, the average employee actively uses 36… Read more →

Fitbit ships more than a million Versas since launch, fastest selling Fitbit ever

Fitbit Ionic review Tops the Apple Watch with fitness focus, long battery life, detailed sleep tracking The Fitbit Ionic brings integrated GPS, onboard storage for music playback, smart notifications, wearable payment support, and an application platform in a very attractive and comfortable form factor. Read More The Fitbit Versa, see the full ZDNet review, is Fitbit’s latest entry into the… Read more →

Microsoft’s biggest challenge with GitHub: Overcoming its past

Microsoft’s biggest hurdle with its just-announced $7.5 billion GitHub acquisition isn’t figuring out how to integrate its services with GitHub. It’s not how/when/whether to try to host parts of GitHub on Azure. Nor is it about how much or little management control to exert over the well-known and much-used developer platform. Credit: Microsoft Microsoft’s biggest challenge is to try to… Read more →

Apple WWDC 2018: iOS overhaul? Don’t hold your breath.

Video: WWDC 2018: How Apple plans to break iPhone addiction Here’s something you’re not going to hear at Apple’s WWDC powwow next week: iOS needs a rewrite, a clean slate and a do-over. The last 12 months haven’t been great for iOS. We’ve had battery issues. We’ve had bugs galore. We’ve had performance issues. We’ve had bugs. And if you… Read more →

HPE rolls out updates to OneView, OneSphere

HPE on Monday is announcing new firmware and driver update enhancements for OneView, its converged infrastructure management platform, as well as updates to OneSphere, its hybrid cloud management service. With HPE OneView 4.1, which will be available by the end of June, customers will get new features for automating lifecycle management for VM clusters. The new version also includes integrations… Read more →

North Korean hacking group Covellite abandons US targets

File Photo Cyberattackers linked to North Korea have appeared to have withdrawn from attacks on the US industrial sector. Researchers from Dragos said last week that the advanced persistent threat (APT) group, called Covellite, has been previously linked to attacks against US, European and East Asian organizations in the civilian energy sector. While Covellite appears to lack the means to… Read more →