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Tableau reports mixed Q1 results

Tableau published its first quarter financial report on Thursday, beating market earnings expectations but falling short on revenue. The company reported diluted non-GAAP net income per share of 2 cents on revenue of $282.5 million, up 15 percent year-over-year. Analysts were expecting a net loss of 1 cent per share on revenue of $286.82 million. Tableau’s annual recurring revenue came… Read more →

Law enforcement seizes dark web market after moderator leaks backend credentials

German police, together with Europol and law enforcement agencies from the US, the Netherlands, and Romania, have seized the servers of a dark web marketplace known as the Wall Street Market, on which users sold illegal products such as drugs, weapons, user credentials, and hacking tools, ZDNet has learned. The site’s seizure comes after a tumultuous two weeks for the… Read more →

Arista shares slide on weak Q2 revenue guidance

Shares of Arista Networks took a nose dive after the bell Thursday after the company published first quarter financial results. While beating expectations for Q1, Arista’s guidance for the current quarter came in well below Wall Street estimates. For the second quarter Arista said it projects revenue between $600 million and $610 million. Analysts were expecting revenue of $640 million. … Read more →

Microsoft adds more AI, mixed-reality, IoT services to its Azure line-up

Credit: ZDNet Microsoft is sharing a number of Azure-specific announcements a few days ahead of the kick off of its Build 2019 developer conference. Today’s announcements are meant to highlight Microsoft’s positioning of Azure as the best cloud for artificial intelligence, mixed-reality, edge-computing and blockchain, officials said. Microsoft is making generally available the previously announced hardware-accelerated models running on its… Read more →

5G depends on Kubernetes in the cloud

Your business must develop 5G use cases now MWC2019: More bandwidth, less latency and data processing at the edge will help 5G boost mobile workers. At Open Infrastructure Summit in Denver, it became clear that, as 5G rolls out, it’s going to be running on Kubernetes. Telecoms have been fiddling with Kubernetes, the leading container-orchestration system, for some time now…. Read more →

IDC report: Huawei increases lead over Apple, with Samsung in its sights in battle for top spot

The best smartphones on the market right now ZDNet’s Matthew Miller talks with TechRepublic’s Karen Roby, breaking down the best of the best smartphones that are available to consumers right now. Read more: Despite the fact that Huawei devices are not sold through any US wireless carrier, the company is seeing significant growth around the world. This week’s IDC… Read more →

Mozilla announces ban on Firefox extensions containing obfuscated code

Image: Mozilla Mozilla announced plans today to ban Firefox extensions from its Add-ons portal if the extension contains obfuscated code. The ban will enter into effect on June 10, at which point Mozilla plans to remove all Firefox extensions that don’t meet this criteria and shoot down any future extension submissions that fail to provide full access to their source… Read more →

Uber and Facebook: Partners in crime

He made the world a better place. For himself. I’m experiencing a bubbling sensation just below my throat. No, not acid reflux. It’s the sheer vicarious, stomach-churning excitement I have for all those who’ll make a vast fortune out of Uber‘s IPO. You see, it’s rumored to be the biggest tech IPO since Facebook‘s. How can one not feel delighted… Read more →

Stratasys Q1 above target as company works to control expenses

Additive manufacturing company Stratasys published first quarter financial results on Thursday before the opening bell. The company reported a first quarter net loss of $2.3 million, or 4 cents a share, on revenue of $155.3 million, down from $163.2 million a year ago. Non-GAAP earnings for the first quarter were 10 cents a share. Wall Street was expecting the company… Read more →

50,000 enterprise firms running SAP software vulnerable to attack

SAP: A look at its challenges, opportunities ZDNet’s Larry Dignan caught up with Vinnie Mirchandani, author of SAP Nation 3.0, to talk about the enterprise software landscape and the evolution of one of enterprise software’s largest vendors. Up to 50,000 enterprises that have adopted SAP solutions may be susceptible to cyberattacks due to new exploits targeting configuration flaws in the… Read more →

Medicare for All would have big data, privacy, technology challenges, says CBO

How digital devices and services will help transform the NHS The health service is faced with increasing demand for its services combined with underfunding. Can it use technology to reinvent itself? Medicare for Al or a single payer health system — a proposal being floated by presidential candidates — would face numerous challenges to implement and information technology would be… Read more →

MacBook not charging? Here’s what to check

10 Apple gadgets you shouldn’t buy (May 2019 edition) iPhones, iPads, Macs, and other Apple gadgets you shouldn’t buy. Source Article from not charging? Here’s what to check blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNet×144.png