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Software robots are guiding us into intelligent automation, with less stress

Artificial intelligence and machine learning roared on the scene in 2014 and 2015, with by mega-investments by tech leaders such as IBM and Microsoft, along with the obligatory accompanying hype. Now, the AI/ML market appears to be “backing off,” says Craig Le Claire, analyst with Forrester Research. Delivering his remarks at an event sponsored by Automation Anywhere, Le Claire points… Read more →

Caudabe cases for Apple iPhone 11 Pro: Minimalist cases with stylish limited protection

Speck Presidio cases for Apple iPhone 11: Improved grip, bacterial prevention, and 13-foot drop protection Speck released new cases for the Apple iPhone 11 series that are designed to help you hold onto your phone and if you do drop it then to help protect it up to 13 feet. Its Microban treatment … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/caudabe-cases-for-apple-iphone-11-pro-minimalist-cases-with-stylish-limited-protection/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Caudabe cases for… Read more →

Microsoft Surface Duo: Android failure is not an option

Surface 1-2-3 punch: Can Microsoft knock the iPhone and iPad Pro off their pedestals? Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow discuss how Microsoft’s trio of new devices — Surface Pro X, Surface Neo, and Surface Duo — take aim at Apple’s mobile dominance in this week’s segment of Jason Squared. Read more: https://zd.net/2nWs90P After a year of winding down support, in… Read more →

Brazilian government limits value of Microsoft contracts

The Brazilian government has started to set limits to prices that it will pay for technology services provided by Microsoft. A list has been published by the Digital Government Secretariat (SGD) at the Ministry of Economy, with maximum prices that should be paid for any Microsoft offerings. The new rules apply for all the 217 central government departments and bodies…. Read more →

Signal fixes FaceTime-like eavesdropping bug

Whisper Systems Signal fixed today a bug that could have allowed attackers to eavesdrop on victims by placing and then immediately auto-answering a call, without the callee’s permission. The bug is reminiscent of Apple’s FaceTime bug discovered in January, which similarly allowed attackers to eavesdrop on other iPhone users by placing and auto-approving a FaceTime audio or video call. This… Read more →