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Graph database reinvented: Dgraph secures $11.5M to pursue its unique and opinionated path

If you were an investor, would you give a mid-sized startup comprised fully of engineers and sporting an open source product $11.5 million to pursue a singular path amidst heavy competition? You might, if it was in the hottest area of data management, was founded by an ex-Googler with deep expertise on the topic, and had a few Fortune 500… Read more →

How to perform a clean install of Windows 10: Here’s a step-by-step checklist

The ultimate MacBook accessory: The Anker 7-in-1 USB-C hub If you’re an owner of a newer MacBook, then you’ll know that your choice of ports has dwindled down to, well, USB-C ports. But fear not! This doesn’t mean that you need to buy new accessories. … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/windows-10-the-ultimate-clean-install-checklist/#ftag=RSSbaffb68How to perform a clean install of Windows 10: Here’s a… Read more →

Netflix motion tracking reveals what the future of ad engagement data gathering may hold

What’s in store for the future of wearables? ZDNet’s Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani sit down and talk about how new sensors and new levels of precision will usher in a new age of predictive medicine. Netflix has been running a quiet test on Android devices to track the movement of some subscribers.  Last week, Twitter user BetoOnSecurity noticed that… Read more →

OCBC Bank offers cash by QR codes

(Source: OCBC Bank) OCBC Bank has introduced QR codes as an alternative way for its customers to process cash withdrawal at its ATMs, bypassing the need for physical ATM cards or PINs. This also offers a more secured way to access money since it taps the customer’s biometric data to authenticate transactions, according to the Singapore bank.  Using its Pay… Read more →

Jaybird Vista review: A fully wireless sport-focused headset worthy of the brand

Music motivates me to run faster and further so I rarely run without something playing from a connected smartphone or music-enabled watch. Jaybird was one of the first fitness-focused audio brands I tested ten years ago. Since then, I have tested several Jaybird products and been pleased with the performance of the brand for most models. The new Jaybird Vista… Read more →

Singaporean IT employees more keen on skills upgrade than higher pay

IT professionals in Singapore are more keen to prioritise companies that offer opportunities for skills development than higher salaries, with 82% doing so compared to 80% of marketers, 77% of human resources (HR) employees, and 73% of their peers in finance. But while 78% of IT workers say their organisation encourages them to attend courses to acquire new skills, they… Read more →

Google expands networking, migration portfolio to drive hybrid cloud adoption

Google on Tuesday announced a series of tools for organizations adopting hybrid and multi-cloud strategy, including a new service in beta for migrating VMs from Microsoft Azure. Google is also expanding its networking portfolio for companies that are modernizing their applications.  First, Migrate for Compute Engine is expanding to enable companies to migrate virtual machines directly out of Microsoft Azure… Read more →

Google Chrome 76 released for Windows, Mac, and Linux

Google TechRepublic 10 things you should never do in Excel Read More Google has released today version 76 of its Chrome web browser. Users can use the browser’s built-in updater to update their browser to the latest release. Starting today, Chrome latest version number is now 76.0.3809.87. Today’s release doesn’t include any new major changes to the browser’s UI; however,… Read more →

DHS warns about CAN bus vulnerabilities in small aircraft

The US Department of Homeland Security cyber-security department (CISA) has issued a security alert today warning owners of small aircraft about vulnerabilities that can be exploited to alter airplane telemetry. The vulnerabilities reside in avionics (electronic equipment fitted in an aircraft), and more specifically inside a small aircraft’s CAN bus. A Controller Area Network (CAN bus) component is fitted inside… Read more →

Apple beats Q3 estimates with record Services revenue

Apple published its third quarter financial results on Tuesday, beating market expectations in part because of its record revenue in the Services division. Sales in Services and other categories made up for iPhone revenues that declined year-over-year. Shares were up in after-hours trading. The Cupertino tech giant reported fiscal third quarter earnings of $2.18 a share, down 7 percent year-over-year,… Read more →

AMD’s Q3 outlook lighter than expected as Q2 earnings on target

AMD’s second quarter results were on target, but the company’s outlook was light. The chipmaker, which has garnered interest as it competes better against larger rivals such as Intel and Nvidia, reported second quarter net income of $35 million, or 3 cents a share, on revenue of $1.53 billion, down 13% from a year ago. Adjusted earnings for AMD in… Read more →

Enterprise startup Monday.com nears $2B valuation in latest funding

Mondays don’t always get you down — happy faces at Monday.com and near double-unicorn valuation Investors have recognized Monday.com as one of the fastest-growing enterprise startups, with funding of $150 million and — according to industry sources — a valuation of more than $1.9 billion. The Series D funding was led by Sapphire Ventures and included Hamilton Lane, HarbourVest Partners, Ion… Read more →