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SiliconANGLE 04/22/2019 21:47
Apple Inc. is set to upgrade its augmented reality push at its forthcoming Worldwide Developers Conference according to a report published Monday. 9to5Mac claims that Apple is set to deliver developer support for stereo AR headsets alongside a revised ARKit, the companies only occasionally used platform for developing AR apps. Aimed at third-party developers, the […]. The post Report: Apple to enhance its augmented reality offerings at WWDC in June appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/22/2019 20:31
Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk was back to his usual bullish self this week, claiming his company would have self-driving “robotaxis” with no human drivers up and running on U.S. roads within the next 12 months. The announcement, made during a webcast presentation Monday, came as Musk unveiled a new microchip for self-driving vehicles […]. The post Elon Musk says Tesla will have robotaxis on the road by next year appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/22/2019 17:00
No attitude, no overtime, no personal distractions. Robotic process automation is a human resource manager’s dream. It doesn’t sound bad to workers either. Handing over those repetitive tasks means more time to be truly productive at work. So how do you hire a digital colleague? It’s not like they have LinkedIn profiles. A search for […]. The post Bots for hire: OneSource Virtual prepares to offer robotic process as a service appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/22/2019 15:14
Following reports of malfunctioning test units, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. said today that it won’t launch its Galaxy Fold handset on Friday as originally planned. The news is not unexpected. A couple hours before the official announcement, the Wall Street Journal broke that Samsung is postponing the release of the Galaxy Fold in the U.S. […]. The post Samsung pushes back Galaxy Fold launch after display issues appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/22/2019 15:00
Some hot tech startups attract a lot of money. A few attract partnerships from major industry players eager to get a piece of the action before the big money moves in. And then there is that seldom-seen third option, where a robotic process automation startup attracts significant investment, inks key strategic agreements with partners and […]. The post Automation for all: RPA startup charts its course as money, customers and partners flow in appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/22/2019 13:05
There’s no cloud without real, live computers somewhere on Earth. Physical infrastructure is alive and well for builders of both public and private clouds. In fact, hardware vendors are innovating advanced gear specifically for cloud, with networking being a key area of new development. “Cloud computing is changing the world, and the cloud data centers […]. The post New, improved management cures cloud-networking reliability snafus appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/22/2019 12:56
The relationship between Apple Inc. and Inc. is one of the most prominent examples of the so-called coopetition that has permeated the tech industry. Apple competes with the online retail giant in a growing number of markets, while also hosting a sizable portion of its infrastructure on Amazon Web Services. A report published by […]. The post Report: Apple has inked a five-year, $1.5B cloud contract with AWS appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/21/2019 22:45
The price of bitcoin hit a yearly high of $5,332.83 in trading on Saturday before dropping on Sunday as investors continue to take a wait and see approach as to where the cryptocurrency may heading next. Bitcoin first broke through the important $5,000 mark this year on April 4 and has managed to trade in […]. The post Bitcoin up and down as investors take a wait and see approach appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/21/2019 22:08
Marcus Hutchins, the British security researcher who was credited with halting the spread of WannaCry ransomware in 2017 before later being arrested for hacking has now pleaded guilty to two charges as part of a plea deal. Hutchins, known online as “Malwaretech,” shot to fame in May 2017 when he “accidentally” discovered a kill switch that […]. The post Researcher who stopped WannaCry ransomware pleads guilty to hacking charges appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/21/2019 21:30
Tesla Inc. has obtained a restraining order against a man who is part of a Tesla short selling community for alleged stalking and dangerous behavior. The legal filing for the restraining order alleges that Randeep Hothi, who goes by the name of @skabooshka on Twitter had been stalking Tesla’s factory and harassing its employees. Tesla alleges that […]. The post Tesla obtains restraining order against short seller for alleged stalking appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/21/2019 20:27
The French Government launched a new message app for state employees April 18 but within hours the application had been found to have a serious security vulnerability. Called Tchap, the app, available for both iOS and Android but limited to government employees was designed by the Republic to replace the use of Telegram with similar functionality […]. The post French government launches secure messaging app complete with security vulnerability appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 18:36
Open your preferred email client. Now hit “page down” three times. Chances are one of the messages that just scrolled past you is a phishing email, a message that’s intended to fool you into sending money to a stranger, giving up your login credentials or installing malware on your computer. Phishing emails have been around […]. The post Reeling us in: How phishing email scams keep getting smarter appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 16:00
As the world embraces the internet of things — coming up with trendy and flashy gadgets every day — there are entire industrial spheres where IoT has to evolve and grow in a different way. So what is the main difference between consumer IoT and industrial IoT? “If you think about consumer IoT, it’s what grabs headlines,” […]. The post Inside the world of industrial IoT: beyond flashy gadgets and fast turnover appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 15:28
There are persistent signs that all is not well in the land of SAP. The German enterprise applications leader is in the midst of laying off thousands of people. Its cloud efforts have sputtered. Its product line confuses customers. HANA, the in-memory columnar database that was supposed to save the company, has been eclipsed by […]. The post Can artificial intelligence save SAP? appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 15:18
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is considering to hold Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg accountable for the company’s privacy blunders, according to two new reports. The Washington Post and NBC News today cited sources as saying that FTC officials are looking at Zuckerberg’s public statements in connection with an effort to determine whether to levy any penalties against […]. The post Reports: FTC may hold Zuckerberg accountable for Facebook’s privacy problems appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 15:00
In analytics, the rule is that the larger the data set, the sharper the insights. But distributed IT, hybrid environments, and internet of things edge devices divide data into disparate pockets. It can be challenging for companies to haul it all in for holistic analytics. “If you’re a real data scientist, you want to have […]. The post Edge-to-AI platform brings distributed data on home to analysts appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 14:00
Since his arrival as an assistant professor of electrical engineering on the campus of Stanford University in 1977, John Hennessy (pictured) has witnessed a lot of technology history. He went on to become chief architect of Silicon Graphics in the early 1990s, saw the rise of the early packet-switching network ARPANET, which evolved into the […]. The post Alphabet chairman, John Hennessy, speaks out on the rise of AI as transformative tech appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 13:17
In addition to developing Firefox and Thunderbird, the Mozilla Foundation runs a raft of other, lesser known technology projects. Among the more technically ambitious of these is WebThings, an open-source smart home platform that launched from incubation on Thursday. WebThings provides software modules for building and managing internet-connected devices. It consists of two components that […]. The post Mozilla launches its WebThings smart home platform from incubation appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 13:12
The curse of having a lot of marketing data is that it can suddenly bring analysis and insight to a grinding halt. A report from the Forbes Marketing and Accountability Initiative recently found that an astounding 89% of marketing executives can’t quantify a return on data and analytics investment within one year. In an effort […]. The post Arm leverages marketing data for cultivating both customers and prospects appeared first on SiliconANGLE .
SiliconANGLE 04/19/2019 11:28
Artificial intelligence within one application can assist users with predictions and insights. AI that works across applications — performing tasks, analyzing documents, etc. — does more. It can function as a digital worker that quickly does jobs humans would slog through all day. The idea of a robot that could work on a person’s behalf […]. The post Digital workers ply AI across apps to get job done quicker appeared first on SiliconANGLE .

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