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Free Ubuntu Subscriptions, Some Pause Open Source, New ‘Undistro’

Software security continues to plague open-source developers and users as well. Ongoing efforts to fix broken security issues are producing innovative solutions. However, like a game of whack-a-mole, new security hurdles continue to pop up ...

Grocery Home Delivery May Ride on Cold Chain Technology

Last mile delivery of products ordered online is a nagging problem for merchants and consumers, and it is even more challenging for food retailers ...

INSIGHTS

Twitter, Musk: And the Winner Is … CRM

It's too early to say for sure, but if current trends prevail, Twitter will become part of the burgeoning Elon Musk empire. Call it Twitter-sla or TwitterX or Muskatweet, if you want but then ask who really won in the tug-of-war that's been swaying back and forth for nearly six months ...

ANALYSIS

Amazon Astro Is Cute, Spunky, Not Quite Ready for Prime Time

I was fortunate to get a chance to spend some time with Amazon's new robotic sidekick, Astro, over the past week ...

MED TECH

Google Cloud Introduces New AI-Powered Medical Imaging Suite

Applying artificial intelligence to medical images can be beneficial to physicians and patients, but developing the tools to do it can be challenging. Google on Tuesday announced it's ready to meet that challenge with its new Medical Imaging Suite ...

The Future of E-Commerce Payments in the Metaverse

The metaverse is the latest buzzword everyone is talking about. However, is it an effective sales channel for retailers? The answer at the present time for most is no. To succeed, there are obstacles to get beyond. Payment processing is one of them ...

Social Media Account Hijacking Jumps 1,000% in Last 12 Months: Report

Hijacking of social media accounts has reached epidemic proportions in the last 12 months, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center ...

HOW TO

Unix Basics It Pays To Know

When writing about digital technology, or any topic, is something you do, it takes time to accumulate credibility. Even if you put in the study time up front to know your stuff, building trust takes time ...

ANALYSIS

Color, Android Apps Change the Game for E-Paper Tablets

It has been 15 years since Amazon debuted the first Kindle, introducing many readers to the benefits of electronic paper (e-ink) technology, including long battery life and excellent sunlight readability ...

OPINION

Nvidia and the 3D Future of the Internet

There is a lot of work going into creating the next generation of the web. Most of it is focused on the concept that, rather than traditional web pages, we'll have a very different experience that is far more immersive. Let's call it "Web 3D." ...

New Cyber Bill Aims To Fix Open-Source Security in Government

Federal legislators last week began the process of better securing the open-source software used by government agencies with a new bill titled "Securing Open Source Software Act of 2022." ...

REVIEW

Nest Cam’s Unique Battery and Solar Power Options

Google's Nest Cam with battery is a home security camera by Google that offers an innovative portable outdoor/indoor security solution with advanced features at an entry-level price of $179.99 ...

AI Gun Detection Firm ZeroEyes Awarded Air Force Drone Grant

A company that uses artificial intelligence to detect firearms in active shooting settings has been awarded a US$1.25 million grant by the U.S. Air Force to integrate the technology into existing unmanned aerial vehicles ...

Zero Trust SIM Boosts BYOD Security

For years companies have been allowing their workers to mix business and pleasure on their mobile devices, a move that's increased anxiety among cybersecurity professionals. Now a network security outfit says it has a way to secure personal mobile devices that might allow cyber warriors to sleep less fitfully ...

Maintaining Global Compliance With Modern Data Privacy Laws

Data privacy laws are becoming a major focus globally as businesses scamper to meet new compliance obligations ...

OPINION

The World Is Not Yet Ready for Electric Cars

A TED Talk by Graham Conway, principal engineer at Southwest Research Institute, asserts that electric vehicles are less green than ICE cars and it is well argued. While I don't agree with all of Conway's metrics, the point he makes is valid, which is that the things we need to do to truly make an electric vehicle green have not been done yet ...

INSIGHTS

Dreamforce Goes Back to the Future

Salesforce is reinventing itself. Again ...

Paradigm CX Shift Focuses on CRM Plus Smart Data

Business executives often believe a necessary CRM tool is working for them when in reality it does just the opposite. Take the case of what brands hope to achieve with customer data and what they actually can do ...

Researchers Find Consumer Satisfaction Remains High for PCs and TVs

PCs and TVs received high marks from consumers in a report released Tuesday by the American Customer Satisfaction Index ...

New AI-Powered Service Turns Portraits Into Talking Heads

A new service powered by artificial intelligence that can turn portraits into talking heads was announced Monday by D-ID ...

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