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Five business benefits of containers

You’ve heard the term ‘containers’ but you might not know what it means. While the level of recognition for containers in smaller businesses might be low, the potential impact of containers across all organisations is huge. Forrester Research suggested two years ago that 31 percent of enterprise IT organisations had deployed containers as part of their cloud operations. Recent research… Read more →

Brazilian carrier Latam Airlines offers inflight Wi-Fi

Brazil’s largest airline Latam Airlines has started the rollout of Internet access for some of its flights. internet at 600 MPH A road warrior’s guide to domestic US inflight Wi-Fi The airline you fly dictates the available service Read More The offering, provided by inflight internet and entertainment provider Gogo, is available in the carrier’s domestic routes and will soon… Read more →

Verizon lights up its 5G Home network

Verizon on Monday morning officially started installing its 5G home broadband service in parts of four cities: Sacramento, Los Angeles, Houston, and Indianapolis. The carrier officially declared Houston resident Clayton Harris “the first 5G customer in the world.” Also: 13 wacky phones unlike anything you’ve ever seen The service will provide typical network speeds of 300Mbps and peak speeds of… Read more →

Microsoft’s October 2 Fall Event: What to expect

Rumors that Microsoft was planning some kind of Surface event this fall were circulating for months. That event takes place on October 2 in New York City. and will likely be about more than just new hardware. Also: Windows 10 October 2018 Update: Microsoft hustles to kill bugs Lately, Microsoft has been talking more in terms of “solutions,” meaning hardware… Read more →

Brazilian government launches city innovation program

The Brazilian federal government will invest 1 billion reais ($248,000) in a new program for innovation projects supporting the development of cities over the next two years. The Cidades Inovadoras (Innovative Cities, in Portuguese) initiative was announced on Friday (27) by president Michel Temer, who said the plan is another step towards placing Brazil in the 21st century.” “We will… Read more →

Adobe buys Marketo: Who wins, who to watch

This is the first of two posts related to Adobe — the first one is by Chris Fletcher, and the second one is by me from more of an Adobe-Microsoft partnership standpoint. I know Dreamforce just passed us by, and you want to hear my take on it. But first, these two posts. I figured I’d wait until Dreamforce was… Read more →

Facebook sued hours after announcing security breach

KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images Hours after it announced a massive security breach that affected at least 50 million of its users, Facebook was sued in a California court. The lawsuit was filed by two of the social network’s users, Carla Echavarria of California, and Derrick Walker of Virginia. The two plaintiffs are seeking class-action status for their grievance, in what’s likely… Read more →

Best Raspberry Pi accessories

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Top 12 Raspberry Pi alternatives (October 2018 edition)

Apple products you should not buy (Updated September 2018 edition) Now that the new iPhones, along with the Apple Watch Series 4, have landed, you’re a go to buy new a some shiney new Apple stuff. But there are plenty of other Apple products you should … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/top-12-raspberry-pi-alternatives-october-2018-edition/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Top 12 Raspberry Pi alternatives (October 2018 edition)https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/top-12-raspberry-pi-alternatives-october-2018-edition/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for… Read more →

A customer experience story: After a year of Comcast, my verdict

Xfinity is Comcast’s name for home cable service. Oh, [bleep]. It was an uh-oh moment when I realized that the house we’d just rented after escaping Hurricane Irma had Comcast, and only Comcast, as a broadband service provider. I’d never used Comcast before, but I’d sure read my fair share of horror stories. I rely on the high speed internet… Read more →

The $40 million tweet: Elon Musk settles with SEC, Tesla bears the brunt

A tweet in August sent by Elon Musk has cost the entrepreneur dearly. The fateful tweet, in which Musk hinted at plans to take the innovative automaker Tesla private, led to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charging Musk with securities fraud. “Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured, ” Musk said. “Shareholders could either to sell… Read more →

Phishing campaign targets developers of Chrome extensions

Developers of Google Chrome extensions have been targeted by a massive phishing campaign last week, ZDNet has learned. The campaign attempted to trick developers into accessing a phishing site where crooks tried to obtain the login credentials for developers’ Google accounts. The reason for obtaining these credentials was that malicious actors could log into Chrome Web Store dashboards and push… Read more →