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Google seeks startups for acceleration program in Brazil

Google is looking for ventures focused on innovative technology applications for the second intake of its Launchpad Accelerator program in São Paulo. Top tips for startups from the companies that got funding, and the VCs ready to invest At this year’s Slush startup conference, businesses big and small shared their wisdom on how to make it big with the Helsinki… Read more →

Windows 10 how-to: Ed Bott’s free tech support and troubleshooting guide

Windows 10 upgrade: Survey finds half of users experience problems Being a Windows expert doesn’t mean you have to memorize every shortcut and secret. You just have to know where to find those details when you need them. That’s the point of this page, where I’ve collected the links I regularly use to find information and download tools and utilities…. Read more →

Microsoft’s plan to put Dynamics 365 CRM/ERP on a twice-yearly update schedule

Like Windows 10 and Office 365, Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 is moving to an twice-yearly feature update model. Microsoft disclosed its plans around changing the way it updates Dynamics 365 on July 6 via a blog post. Under the new plan, Dynamics 365 Online will start being updated as of this year so that its two major feature updates will hit… Read more →

Microsoft’s plan to put Dynamics 365 CRM/ERP on a twice-yearly update schedule

Like Windows 10 and Office 365, Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 is moving to an twice-yearly feature update model. Microsoft disclosed its plans around changing the way it updates Dynamics 365 on July 6 via a blog post. Under the new plan, Dynamics 365 Online will start being updated as of this year so that its two major feature updates will hit… Read more →

Data-driven software development in the cloud: Trends, opportunities, and threats

Video: How to build a corporate culture that’s ready to embrace big data Software used to be the undisputed No. 1 concern for digital transformation. Not anymore. While software remains key, its importance has been at least equalled, if not overshadowed, by data. Software can not only support data-driven decision making, but also become data-driven itself, offering solutions in situations… Read more →

Former NSO employee steals, flogs Pegasus mobile hacking tool for $50 million

A former employee of Israeli cybersecurity contractor and software developer NSO Group stole software used for mobile surveillance and attempted to sell it for $50 million. As reported by local publication Globes, the senior programmer — hired in November 2017 — stole the software, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, and attempted to sell the code on after being dismissed… Read more →

Critical ADB router, modem firmware vulnerabilities finally fixed

A set of critical vulnerabilities in Advanced Digital Broadcast (ADB) broadband equipment have now all received patches close to two years after being reported. Geneva, Switzerland-based ADB develops video, broadband, and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, including set-top boxes and broadband gateways. The company has sold over 60 million devices worldwide. The vulnerabilities, first reported by SEC Consult Vulnerability Lab… Read more →

Can these three gadgets help you sleep and wake better?

see also Driving stressed or sleepy? Soon your smartwatch will be able to warn your car Motor giant Ford is looking at how wearables and in-car systems can work together to make driving safer. Read More If you’re looking to get some sleep on the move, or to make yourself more productive by power napping, Silentmode is a $199 combination… Read more →

Anchor Cable: One charging cable that works for Lightning, microUSB, and USB-C

iPhone Best of the best iPhone accessories (July edition) Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/anchor-cable-one-charging-cable-that-works-for-lightning-microusb-and-usb-c/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Anchor Cable: One charging cable that works for Lightning, microUSB, and USB-Chttps://www.zdnet.com/pictures/anchor-cable-one-charging-cable-that-works-for-lightning-microusb-and-usb-c/#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

MIT’s Cheetah 3 robot is effectively blind

Chipmakers like Nvidia and Qualcomm have been busy building products to bring vision intelligence to robots, but in some scenarios, robots may be better off relying on other capabilities to navigate their surroundings. That’s why the latest version of MIT’s Cheetah robot, the Cheetah 3, is designed to move across rough terrain and through obstacles without relying on vision. “Vision… Read more →

MIT’s Cheetah 3 robot is effectively blind

Chipmakers like Nvidia and Qualcomm have been busy building products to bring vision intelligence to robots, but in some scenarios, robots may be better off relying on other capabilities to navigate their surroundings. That’s why the latest version of MIT’s Cheetah robot, the Cheetah 3, is designed to move across rough terrain and through obstacles without relying on vision. “Vision… Read more →