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Trump Kim summit: Whatever happens, North Korea-US cyberwar will rage on

Cyberwar: Nation-state cyber attacks threaten every company The leaders of the US and North Korea, President Trump and Kim Jong Un, are due to meet tomorrow. special feature Cyberwar and the Future of Cybersecurity Today’s security threats have expanded in scope and seriousness. There can now be millions — or even billions — of dollars at risk when information security… Read more →

Samsung unveils new memory modules aimed at enterprise and cloud server applications

Samsung becomes the first to market with 16-gigabit monolithic 64-gigabyte DDR4 RDIMM (registered dual in-line memory module), and HPE is quick to combine these with AMD’s EPYC 7000-series processors in the ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server. See also: iOS 11.4 tip: How to enable Messages in iCloud (and why you might want to keep this feature turned off) So what’s exciting… Read more →

Midwest and the South fear robots, study says

Video: The steps to launching AI in your organization Are you brushing up on your Robots For Dummies? Before you become a dummy to a robot, that is. Read also: Meet Norman, the world’s first ‘psychopathic’ AI Or do you fear the coming horror when machines won’t merely control how the world works, but also tell humans how to behave… Read more →

​How to stream the World Cup 2018 online

VPN: Why you should hide your IP address On CNET The Best VPN services for 2018 A virtual private network (VPN) enables users to send and receive data while remaining anonymous and secure online. Read More The US isn’t in this year’s World Cup. But it’s still the most popular sporting event in the world. Here’s how to watch it… Read more →

Microsoft continues investing in gaming with acquisitions, new Xbox consoles

Microsoft is continuing to invest heavily in gaming with more acquisitions, promises of more next-generation gaming consoles and continued work on a cross-platform game-streaming service. At the E3 show on June 10, Microsoft announced it is purchasing four gaming studios, in addition to building a new studio of its own. The four companies it is acquiring — all for an… Read more →

Worldwide server business ramps up in Q1 2018

File Photo Worldwide server revenue continues to grow with an increase of 33.4 percent in Q1 2018. According to Gartner, the server market is being driven by renewed interest in the hyperscale, data centers, and investment by everyone from enterprise players to SMBs seeking to update their infrastructure, abandon legacy systems and sign up to new technological solutions. On Monday,… Read more →

First 4G services hit Ukraine: But can they transform its future?

Video: The economic impact of Russian hacking on the Ukraine economy. Technology companies in Ukraine are starting to see 4G internet data services in major cities for the first time and expect that their introduction will make the country more suitable for business. They say 4G will dilute time-zones, helping them stay in touch with international partners outside Ukraine’s typical… Read more →

Toyota AI Ventures bets on Boxbot

Self-driving robots for urban delivery are on the way, aided by investment from some big players in the industry. Boxbot, an Oakland startup that makes self-driving delivery robots, just raised $7.5 million in a seed round that included investment from Toyota AI Ventures, the AI-focused venture subsidiary of the recently-formed Toyota Research Institute. “I’ve previously argued that it will be… Read more →

Apple is close to becoming first the US company worth $1 trillion

Apple’s share price, 2000-2018 ZDNet screen cap from The top five American companies have all enjoyed booming share prices during the current stock market bull run, and Apple is finally closing in on the trillion. At its current share price of $191.70, Apple is worth $950 billion, which is only $50bn short. Unless the market turns, it may be… Read more →