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Google expands Android’s built-in security key to iOS devices

Image: Google In April, Google announced a groundbreaking technology that could allow Android users to use their smartphones as hardware security keys whenever logging into Google accounts on their laptops or work PCs. Initially, the technology was made available for Chrome OS, macOS, and Windows 10 devices. Today, Google announced it is expanding this technology to iOS as well. Today’s… Read more →

A first look at two SLA 3D printers (TL;DR: They’re goopy)

Hands-on with Zortrax and ELEGOO’s SLA 3D printers We’re looking at the ELEGOO Mars printer and a Zortrax Inkspire printer. They’re very similar in size, but the ELEGOO is $350 and the Zortrax is $2,000. Welcome to the latest installment of ZDNet’s DIY IT Discovery Series on 3D Printing. Today, we’re looking at our first two SLA printers. TechRepublic Raspberry… Read more →

A first look at two SLA 3D printers (TL;DR: They’re goopy)

Hands-on with Zortrax and ELEGOO’s SLA 3D printers We’re looking at the ELEGOO Mars printer and a Zortrax Inkspire printer. They’re very similar in size, but the ELEGOO is $350 and the Zortrax is $2,000. Welcome to the latest installment of ZDNet’s DIY IT Discovery Series on 3D Printing. Today, we’re looking at our first two SLA printers. TechRepublic Raspberry… Read more →

Father’s Day 2019: Cool tech gifts your dad will love

Cool tools for Dad you won’t find at the mall David Gewirtz’s top gift ideas for Father’s Day include some unusual and unexpected products, not just more of what Dad has already seen at his local big box store. Forget the socks or another T-shirt! Choose a tech gift has been hand-picked, reviewed, and tested by a gadget-loving dad. Practical… Read more →

Two hacking groups responsible for huge spike in hacked Magento 2.x stores

Image: Sanguine Security Two hacker groups are responsible for a huge spike in the number of hacked Magento 2.x shopping sites, according to Willem de Groot, founder of Sanguine Security. This is now the third month in a row when the number of hacked Magento 2.x sites has doubled, after it previously doubled from March to April, and again from… Read more →

Free fix for your broken iPhone, Mac, or other Apple device, even if it’s out of warranty (June 2019 edition)

America’s favorite brands — where’s Apple? TechRepublic’s Karen Roby asks ZDNet’s Chris Matyszczyk about a new survey that came out declaring that Apple is not one of America’s top 25 brands. Read more: https://zd.net/2WhrKSC CNET Best Phones for 2019 Our editors hand-picked these products based on our tests and reviews. Read More If you own one or more Apple devices,… Read more →

1,700 alleged online sex offenders arrested during operation ‘Broken Heart’

The FBI can now keep secret who’s in its biometrics database The FBI has obtained a legal exemption from federal privacy laws, thanks to a final rule published by the DOJ. *** The agency can now keep secret whose data it has stored in its vast biometrics database. *** The database has fingerprints, photos for facial recognition, iris patterns, and… Read more →

Zendesk’s new Duet platform unites sales and support teams

Zendesk, the San Francisco, CA-based customer service and engagement platform, introduced a new offering on Wednesday that combines tools for sales and support teams. Called Duet, the new platform is effectively designed for SMBs that want to provide customers with a personalized experience that spans pre- and post-sale interactions.   By combining the features from Zendesk Sell and Zendesk Support… Read more →

HP’s new 3D printing, additive manufacturing center in Barcelona tops 3 acres

3D printing: How it impacts your business How do 3D printers work? What’s the impact on our economy? How expensive are they compared to traditional manufacturing? We take a three-dimensional look at the world of additive manufacturing. Read more: https://zd.net/2X1WmrG HP opened a 150,000 square foot 3D printing additive manufacturing center in Barclelona, Spain as it aims to bolster research… Read more →

IBM adds AutoAI to Watson Studio to speed up data prep so data scientists can focus on models

Managing AI and ML in the Enterprise The AI and ML deployments are well underway, but for CXOs the biggest issue will be managing these initiatives, figuring out where the data science team fits in and figuring out what algorithms to buy vs. build. special feature Managing AI and ML in the Enterprise The AI and ML deployments are well… Read more →