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VMware prepares vSAN channel strategy for the server refresh wave

The installation of new servers and ancillary hardware usually follows a five-year cycle in many enterprise data centers, although there is growing evidence that rapid change in IT structures are causing cycle times to accelerate. VMware Inc. Show More Summary

Edge computing is the future, but security will be a challenge

VMware Inc.’s continued rise in popularity is testimony to customers’ desire for a flexible, virtualized system that can facilitate a common data structure, from the edge to the data center, from private cloud to public. But customers...Show More Summary

Dell EMC moves forward on unified portfolio, new innovations post merger

The Dell EMC merger sent shockwaves through the tech community last year. Now, the two companies have joined their powers and settled their customers. The result is a giant of hardware and software that is ready to take on the future,...Show More Summary

Samsung sets aside $300M to invest in self-driving car tech

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is redoubling its efforts to establish a foothold in the fast-evolving auto industry. The South Korean technology giant today launched a $300 million fund that will back companies developing autonomous driving systems and other promising vehicle technologies. Show More Summary

GV joins $25M round into “adaptive” database startup Fauna

Fauna Inc., an emerging database provider based out of San Francisco, is attracting serious interest in the venture capital community. The startup today announced that it has landed a $25 million financing round from a consortium featuring nearly a dozen investors. Show More Summary

Google will reveal the Pixel 2 on October 4

Google Inc. has announced that it will finally reveal its new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones on October 4, and much like the recently revealed iPhone 8 and iPhone X, we already have some pretty good ideas of the new features coming to Google’s flagship phone. Show More Summary

Augment raises $5M to boost customer service with AI

No one likes calling a customer service line, but it can be especially frustrating when the customer service rep puts you on hold multiple times to look up answers that you would expect them to know already. San Francisco-based startup Augment Solution Inc. Show More Summary

Hype hunters: Researchers put DevOps tools and tricks under microscope

Can modern analytics predict the best efficiencies for developer operations? Fact: Seventy-one percent of businesses have adopted some form of DevOps to streamline software development and deployment, according to VersionOne Inc.’s 2017...Show More Summary

Developers must simplify, standardize tech to expand reach, says analyst

It’s good for a company to have the technology it needs, however, putting that tech to use is another matter. Few companies are filled with tech wizards, and for technology to expand into the mainstream, developers must make it easyShow More Summary

Looker overhauls core platform with new apps and data sources

Business intelligence company Looker Data Sciences Inc. will use its Join user conference today to announce a major overhaul of its core platform, including the addition of functional applications and new visualizations. The company,...Show More Summary

Research finds most mobile app stores still fail to protect consumers

Most mobile app stores are still failing to adequately protect consumers against malicious downloads according to newly published research. Security firm RiskIQ Inc. made the finding in its second-quarter mobile report, which analyzed...Show More Summary

Report: Magic Leap raising $500M to bring its augmented reality glasses to market

Augmented reality startup Magic Leap Inc. is attempting to raise more money to bring its AR glasses to market according to a report published early Thursday. The unconfirmed raise, reported by sources quoted by Bloomberg would see Magic...Show More Summary

Facebook will stop running ads on, well, just about anything controversial

Facebook Inc. is taking more steps to make its social network a cleaner, more well-lighted site for advertisers, this time not by removing certain content, but by not allowing content it deems inappropriate to make money from ads. In...Show More Summary

The FCC is happy to talk about all things digital. Net neutrality? Don’t ask.

Over the course of two full days of appearances in San Francisco this week, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and three of his fellow commissioners covered a lot of ground, including 5G network deployment, small cell...Show More Summary

IBM can now simulate chemical molecules on its quantum computers

IBM Corp. has claimed a major new breakthrough in its quantum computing efforts. The company says it’s successfully created a new approach to simulating molecules using a quantum computer that could have a transformative effect on materials science and chemistry and enhance our understanding of complex chemical reactions. Show More Summary

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will bring new privacy enhancements

As we head closer to the Oct. 17 release date of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Microsoft Corp. continues to make some tweaks to its privacy settings. The latest changes, which include privacy-related changes to the setup process,...Show More Summary

AXA utilizes Ethereum blockchain for new flight delay insurance product

French insurance giant AXA SA has launched a new insurance product that utilizes the Ethereum blockchain to manage insurance contracts and to process payments. Called “fizzy,” the new product is described by the company as a “fresh new genre in insurance” that offers compensation to policyholders whose flights are delayed by more than two hours. Show More Summary

Other credit agencies exposed to hacking as Equifax comedy of errors continues

Other credit reporting agencies were exposed to the same security vulnerabilities exploited in the Exquifax hack as the comedy of errors at the company continues to compound. News that Experian and Annual Credit – an organization...Show More Summary

Zerodium offers up to $1M for new Tor browser bug bounty program

Washington DC-based exploit vendor Zerodium Inc. has announced a new bug bounty program that will pay up to $1 million to security researchers and white hat hackers who identify zero-day exploits in the Tor Browser on Tails Linux and Windows. Show More Summary

Toshiba to conclude flash memory business sale to consortium including Apple next month

Toshiba Corp. has said it’s entered into a memorandum of understanding with a consortium led by Bain Capital Private Equity LP to “negotiate a mutually satisfactory definitive agreement” over the sale of its flash memory business, Toshiba Memory Corp., by the end of this month. Show More Summary

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