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More than 1 in 10 consumers want voice commands for their toilet

Amazon’s recent launch of Echo Show and Fire TV Cube, is in clear response to our demand for voice enabled devices. The voice revolution currently shows no signs of slowing down. Special Feature Special report: The future of Everything as a Service (free PDF) SaaS had a major impact on the way companies consume cloud services. This ebook looks at… Read more →

German police raid homes of Tor-linked group’s board members

Undated file photo of Staatsschutz on a raid in Germany. (Image: file photo) In the early morning on June 20, German security services raided the homes of several board members of Zwiebelfreunde, a non-profit group that helps to support privacy and anonymity projects. Moritz Bartl in Augsburg, Jens Kubieziel in Jena, and Juris Vetra in Berlin were raided, as was… Read more →

German police raid homes of Tor-linked group’s board members

Undated file photo of Staatsschutz on a raid in Germany. (Image: file photo) In the early morning on June 20, German security services raided the homes of several board members of Zwiebelfreunde, a non-profit group that helps to support privacy and anonymity projects. Moritz Bartl in Augsburg, Jens Kubieziel in Jena, and Juris Vetra in Berlin were raided, as was… Read more →

German police raid homes of Tor-linked group’s board members

Undated file photo of Staatsschutz on a raid in Germany. (Image: file photo) In the early morning on June 20, German security services raided the homes of several board members of Zwiebelfreunde, a non-profit group that helps to support privacy and anonymity projects. Moritz Bartl in Augsburg, Jens Kubieziel in Jena, and Juris Vetra in Berlin were raided, as was… Read more →

Best of the best iPhone accessories (July edition)

Hardware Don’t buy these Apple products (July 2018 edition) Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/best-of-the-best-iphone-accessories-july-edition/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Best of the best iPhone accessories (July edition)https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/best-of-the-best-iphone-accessories-july-edition/#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

Consumers more interested in social hashtags over brand handles

Which are the best ways to engage with customers and hear what they are saying about your company? What are the options for brand coverage? Eleven alternatives to LinkedIn for business social networking If you are uncomfortable with the thought of Microsoft owning LinkedIn and having access to your career data, here are some other business social networks you could… Read more →

Alibaba e-commerce merchants turn to AI for content creation

Alibaba has introduced an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that it says can produce up to 20,000 lines of content a second, helping merchants on its retail sites generate product information without humans. Unveiled through its digital marketing unit Alimama, the Chinese e-commerce giant said the copywriting tool analysed “millions of existing samples” on Alibaba’s online platforms Tmall and Taobao. It… Read more →

What… you didn’t waste mobile data usage on a cat?

I have the pleasure of introducing Telstra special guest Michael Covington, vice president of product strategy at Wandera — an enterprise mobile security and data management company. He has been in IT for the past 20 years since he graduated with a PHD in access control modelling. Covington has worked for top IT vendors like Intel, Cisco, and Juniper Networks…. Read more →

What… you didn’t waste mobile data usage on a cat?

I have the pleasure of introducing Telstra special guest Michael Covington, vice president of product strategy at Wandera — an enterprise mobile security and data management company. He has been in IT for the past 20 years since he graduated with a PHD in access control modelling. Covington has worked for top IT vendors like Intel, Cisco, and Juniper Networks…. Read more →

Baidu taps Intel VPUs to power AI retail camera

Intel on Tuesday announced that Baidu is using Intel Movidius VPUs to power a new AI camera for retailers, called the Xeye. Special feature Special report: Data, AI, IoT: The Future of Retail (free PDF) This ebook, based on the latest ZDNet/TechRepublic special feature, looks at the rise of e-commerce and the digital transformation of retail companies. Read More The… Read more →

On Amazon Prime Day, save up to $300 on Huawei phones and wearables

Amazon Prime Day is a good day for consumers who need something before Black Friday. Last year I picked up a set of golf clubs and some golf accessories at significant savings. This year, Huawei has a couple smartphones and three wearables with savings ranging from $20 up to $300 off of the MSRP. Huawei’s deals include the following: $300… Read more →

Has social media growth stalled for e-commerce sales?

Video: Four retail trends that are changing the way we shop Our shopping habits are changing. Researching online for the product you want and then buying offline is becoming the new norm. Consumers have more tools than ever to conduct research online before heading into a store — and retailers that leverage their online visibility will be more likely to… Read more →