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4G provision in Brazil sees mixed results

4G provision in Brazil has seen mixed results over the last six months, according to a new report. The second Mobile Networks Update for Brazil by UK research firm OpenSignal considered metrics such as availability, average download and upload speeds as well as latency. 4G, 5G. OMG! When your smartphone rocks but your network sucks New innovations shown at MWC… Read more →

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Supreme Court says police need a warrant for historical cell location records

(Image: file photo) The Supreme Court has said that law enforcement must first seek a warrant before obtaining historical cell phone location records from phone companies, upending a near-decade long practice by police. The court ruled 5-4 on the case, in what became one of the most awaited privacy legal decisions in the US this year. Read also: Verizon, Sprint,… Read more →

Intel’s leadership crisis hits in midst of reorganization

Video: Intel promises PC owners smartphone-like battery life Intel faces a serious leadership crisis in its search for a CEO because of a 2011 ban on workplace fraternization — a policy absent at many of Silicon Valley largest companies. Read also: Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigns, interim appointed The sudden resignation of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich comes at a tough… Read more →

Intel’s leadership crisis hits in midst of reorganization

Video: Intel promises PC owners smartphone-like battery life Intel faces a serious leadership crisis in its search for a CEO because of a 2011 ban on workplace fraternization — a policy absent at many of Silicon Valley largest companies. Read also: Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigns, interim appointed The sudden resignation of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich comes at a tough… Read more →

White House picks new chief to overlook cyber-weapons group

NSA is a core member of the Vulnerabilities Equities Process board. (Image: file photo) The White House has a new leader of a largely secretive government group that decides whether software and hardware vulnerabilities should be withheld from the public to help the government conduct cyber operations. national security Trump administration releases rules on disclosing security flaws The rules are… Read more →

Is your brain an analog or digital device? New research surprises

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 Compare an analog and a digital audio recording medium. VHS video tape – an analog medium – stores a continuous curve of modulated audio/visual information. In a digital CD continuous audio is sliced into… Read more →

BlackBerry Q1 better than expected as revenue mix shifts

BlackBerry reported better-than-expected first quarter earnings and cited strength in its QNX embedded auto software. The company reported a first quarter net loss of $60 million, or 11 cents a share, on revenue of $213 million, down from $235 million a year ago. Non-GAAP earnings for the first quarter were 3 cents a share. Wall Street was expecting BlackBerry to… Read more →

11 fabulous futuristic robots from Automatica 2018

Robotics 11 bio-inspired robots that walk, wiggle, and soar like the real things Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/11-fabulous-futuristic-robots-from-automatica-2018/#ftag=RSSbaffb6811 fabulous futuristic robots from Automatica 2018https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/11-fabulous-futuristic-robots-from-automatica-2018/#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

Australian space capabilities would boost our Five Eyes role: Former astronaut

A “strong sovereign capability in space” would make Australia a stronger partner in the Five Eyes intelligence-sharing alliance with the US, the UK, Canada, and New Zealand, according to Colonel (Ret’d) Pamela Melroy, a former US Air Force test pilot and NASA Space Shuttle commander. “Australia needs to embrace this, because you’re going to have a much more muscular role… Read more →

MyRepublic not late to Singapore mobile market, but must differentiate with customer service

MyRepublic may have lost its bid to be Singapore’s fourth licensed telco, but the internet services provider is now looking to gain ground by offering subscribers what it believes they have been lacking–control over their service plans. The mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) officially unveiled its mobile services in the city-state Thursday, introducing three mobile plans that offered 7GB of… Read more →