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This T-Mobile Black Friday deal gets you a free Note 9 or Galaxy S9

When most people think about Black Friday, they think about deals from retailers such as Amazon or Walmart. But carriers usually also have savings opportunities available. T-Mobile, for instance, is offering a promo, called “Magenta Friday,” where you can get a free Note 9 or Galaxy S9. See it now: View T-Mobile Magenta Friday offer To help you figure out… Read more →

Trump signs bill that creates the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency

US President Donald Trump signed today a bill into law, approving the creation of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). The bill, known as the CISA Act, reorganizes and rebrands the National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), a program inside the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), as CISA, a standalone federal agency in charge of overseeing civilian and federal… Read more →

Best Black Friday 2018 iPhone deals: $400 iPhone X gift card, BOGO iPhone XR, and more

Black Friday is nearly here, and that means huge discounts are coming to your favorite devices. Yes, even the iPhone. Apple may be notoriously stingy when it comes to Black Friday deals and marking down its smartphones, but that doesn’t mean carriers and retailers aren’t generous. Also: Best Black Friday 2018 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks We’ve already spotted… Read more →

Microsoft investigated adding banner advertisements to the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps

Microsoft has been incorporating ads in some versions of its own products since it introduced Windows 8. Now, there’s a possibility that the built-in Microsoft Mail and Calendar apps could be next for the ad treatment. Credit: Aggiornamenti Lumia According to a post and screen shot from, some Windows 10 Insider testers can see advertising banners in the Mail… Read more →

Google Play Protect analyzes every Android app that it can find on the internet

Google Play Protect, the service that Google uses to scan apps installed on users’ phones, is more powerful than previously thought, Google revealed today. “Play Protect analyzes every app that it can find on the internet,” the company said in a blog post that detailed how it uses machine learning to detect malicious apps. This is a new revelation into… Read more →

Automating the warehouse: These self-driving robots aim to modernize materials handling

In autonomous robotics, the area of materials handling is often overshadowed by the pizzazz of self-driving cars. But a rapid shift toward automation in e-commerce distribution centers and manufacturing plants has led to a thriving subset of robotic logistics focused on supply chains and automated material movement. There are a bevy of players in the space ranging from small startups… Read more →

AWS rolls out new security feature to prevent accidental S3 data leaks

Image: AWS Amazon’s Web Services division has rolled out new security features to AWS account owners today that are meant to prevent accidental data exposures caused by the misconfiguration of S3 data storage buckets. Starting today, AWS account owners will have access to four new options inside their S3 dashboards under the “Public access settings for this account” section. These… Read more →

American Link flight simulators win Britain’s top computer conservation award

TechWorks has won the Tony Sale Award for bringing back to life a Second World War analogue flight simulator, a 1960s-era General Aviation Trainer (GAT-1), and an all-digital Super GAT trainer from the 1980s. The three pioneering pilot trainers are available to visitors to the TechWorks museum in Binghamton in New York State. Britain’s Computer Conservation Society holds a competition… Read more →

IBM adds more automation to Cloud Migration Factory, partners with ServiceNow

IBM is rolling out a series of technologies and services designed to speed up cloud migrations and hybrid deployments. The move is part of a larger effort by IBM to manage multi-cloud deployments that may hop between public clouds as well as private infrastructure. First, IBM launched efforts to manage multiple clouds including rivals such as AWS, Google Cloud Platform… Read more →

Malicious code hidden in advert images cost ad networks $1.13bn this year

Malvertising, the practice of embedding malicious code in seemingly innocent online adverts, is evolving through the use of steganography. Files, messages, images, and video can be hidden within content of the same format, potentially leading to malicious redirects and the download of exploit kits. The steganographic technique is fast becoming a popular method for fraudsters to dupe legitimate ad networks… Read more →

Infographic: AI, Machine Learning and the Cloud

Cloud hosting is the secure solution you’ve been seeking Would you rather host your data on an inflexible, costly and potentially unstable in-house resource, or would you rather work with a trusted external partner who is an expert in secure … Source Article from AI, Machine Learning and the Cloud blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNet×144.png

Apple products you shouldn’t buy (November 2018 edition)

10 years of Black Friday tech deals: Best, worst, and weirdest A look back at a decade of the year’s biggest shopping event. Source Article from products you shouldn’t buy (November 2018 edition) blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNet×144.png