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iOS 12.3.2 is out with a very specific fix

Apple has released iOS 12.3.2, but you only need to worry about this if you are using an iPhone 8 Plus. Must read: Apple’s prices are now just stupid, and we only have ourselves to blame According to Apple, the issue fixes “an issue that could cause Camera to capture Portrait mode photos without the depth effect on some iPhone… Read more →

CBP says hackers stole license plate and travelers’ photos

(Image: file photo) The US Customs and Border Protection agency admitted today to a data breach that occurred at one of its subcontractors, during which a hacker stole license plate and facial recognition photos. “CBP learned that a subcontractor, in violation of CBP policies and without CBP’s authorization or knowledge, had transferred copies of license plate images and traveler images… Read more →

Slack said Q1 revenue was up 67% with over 95,000 paid customers

Slack has released its fiscal first quarter financial results ahead of its direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange later this month. The workplace collaboration player had a Q1 net loss of $31.8 million, or 26 cents per share. Last month Slack said its net loss would increase due to product investments and spending to support growth.  On a non-GAAP… Read more →

Microsoft outlines new features for its Wave 2 Dynamics 365 CRM and ERP refresh

Credit: Microsoft Microsoft is continuing its twice-annual Dynamics 365 update pace, by providing its Release Wave 2 plan documents on June 10. The new features outlined by Microsoft include both new pieces of its Power Platform, specifically Power BI analytics, Power Apps, and Flow, as well as its Dynamics 365 CRM and ERP applications and services. Wave 2 covers new… Read more →

Apple’s prices are now just stupid, and we only have ourselves to blame

WWDC 2019: Finally, Apple frees the iPad and Watch from iPhone’s shadow Can the iPad now become a serious business tool? Are the iPad and Mac platforms headed toward unification? Will developers take the time to get it right? TechRepublic’s Karen Roby gets some answers from Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani. Read more: https://zd.net/2Wlin3A Apple’s WWDC 2019 keynote highlighted a… Read more →

Salesforce’s $15.7 billion Tableau acquisition: Everything you need to know

Salesforce’s Parker Harris on managing complex IT integrations and handing the inevitable crisis At Salesforce TrailheaDX 2019, Parker Harris shared his advice for tech leaders on everything from multiplatform integration to managing a crisis. Salesforce’s $15.7 billion purchase of Tableau is arguably the most strategic move the company has made, as it fleshes out its master plan to offer a… Read more →

Intel makes its Unite collaboration software available as a cloud service

Intel announced on Monday that its Unite collaboration tool is now available as a cloud service. First launched in 2015 as an on-premise deployment, Intel’s Unite software allows remote and on-site users to log in to meetings and share documents and is designed to work with major unified communication services like Skype for Business, Cisco WebEx and Zoom.  Built on… Read more →

Moto Z4 vs. OnePlus 7 Pro: Both good for work with compromises

Moto Z4, OnePlus 7 Pro highlights how all the action is in Android midmarket smartphones Lenovo’s Motorola unit launched its Moto Z4, a device that’ll run you less than $500 and includes a bevy of premium features. It’ll compete with OnePlus and Google’s Pixel smartphones. Read more: https://zd.net/2EIdED5 The Moto Z4 is a strong device for $499 and can be… Read more →

Dell EMC, Cisco bolster VxBlock partnership

Dell EMC launches PowerEdge MX The Dell EMC PowerEdge MX, designed for the software-defined datacentre, will be available globally beginning September 12, 2018. Read more: https://zd.net/2wiYj6O Dell EMC and Cisco outlined new converged infrastructure integrations primarily through VxBlock 1000 and server, networking, storage. and data protection. TechRepublic Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax): A cheat sheet Read More Earlier this year, Dell EMC… Read more →

Gaming doesn’t make you fat, says new study

How playing video games can make you a better doctor Level Ex’s smartphone games aim to give physicians an insight into difficult and unusual clinical cases. Some myths pervade. For example, the notion that those who sit for hours tapping on their keyboards or jabbing at their gaming consoles are overweight. Even President Trump seems to believe that hackers spend… Read more →

8.4TB in email metadata exposed in university data leak

More than one-third of Americans could have had their identity stolen, survey A new survey offers a chilling, if unsurprising, view of cybersecurity. Many people believe CTOs and CIOs of breached companies should be fired. Many people even have no idea if their Identity has been stolen. An exposed database belonging to Shanghai Jiao Tong University exposed 8.4TB in email… Read more →

Emuparadise gaming emulator website suffers data breach

The most hacked passwords: Is yours one of them? Your name, your favorite football team and your favourite band: The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has released a list of the 100,000 most common passwords to appear in data breaches. Read more: https://zd.net/2UYNnKP Retro gaming website Emuparadise has been involved in a data breach leading to the exposure of 1.1… Read more →