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Alexa Guard now turns your smart speaker into a home security device

One-day shipping? Amazon says yes ZDNet’s Larry Dignan tells TechRepublic’s Karen Roby that Amazon intends to widen the convenience gap between rivals with one-day shipping. The company plans to spend around $800 million in Q2 as it begins rolling out its latest innovation. Read more: Amazon is rolling out a new feature for the Echo smart speaker which transforms… Read more →

MarkLogic launches a Data Hub for the pharmaceutical industry

MarkLogic on Tuesday announced a new version of its data integration platform expressly for the pharmaceutical industry. The MarkLogic Pharma Research Hub is designed to help researchers quickly and easily find, synthesize and share high-quality data – including, genetic, proteomic, drug, textual, binary and clinical trial data – within a single cloud service.  The Pharma Research Hub uses machine learning… Read more →

iOS 12.3 draining your iPhone battery fast? Here’s what you should do

How to secure your iPhone or iPad from hackers, snoopers, and thieves (iOS 12.2) Your iPhone and iPad is likely packed with important, valuable, and even sensitive information that you might not want others to be able to access. Here are the steps you should take … Source Article from 12.3 draining your iPhone battery fast? Here’s what you… Read more →

With ThinkBook laptops, Lenovo hopes to catch eye of millennial workforce

Lenovo ThinkBook A foldable PC and AR/VR headset grabbed the headlines at Lenovo’s Accelerate press event, but a new laptop family also announced today will probably do more for the company’s bottom line in the short term. Combining the corporate bonafides of ThinkPads with the design flair of a certain other computer maker’s popular laptops, the ThinkBook lineup is explicitly… Read more →

How Lenovo plans to become the world’s largest hyperscale infrastructure provider

After getting off to a slow and rocky start about five years ago, Lenovo’s data center business appears to be on more solid footing. It remains a small part of the Chinese PC maker’s overall business, accounting for just over one-tenth of the company’s revenues, according to its last quarterly report. Yet on Monday, Lenovo laid out ambitious plans to… Read more →

Lenovo previews foldable PC

For the past several months, the tech industry has eagerly awaited the the arrival of foldable smartphones. On Monday, Lenovo previewed a device that brings a foldable screen to a laptop — combining the new, portable form factor with the power of a PC. Announced at Lenovo’s Accelerate conference, the new device features a 13.3-inch screen with a single OLED… Read more →