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IBM open-sources WebSphere Liberty code for building Java cloud-native apps

IBM Corp. today announced the launch of the Open Liberty project, which will see the development process for its WebSphere Liberty Java application server become open-source. All further development of Liberty will be based on the Open Liberty codebase and like any other open-source project, it will accept contributions to the code from developers. Show More Summary

? Apple Watch Series 3

With the addition of cellular networking in Series 3, Apple Watch gains something essential: independence. It’s not just a cool feature. It’s aimed smack dab in the middle of the two things people like best about Apple Watch: notifications and fitness.

Turn Your Microsoft Documents Into Mind Maps for Visualizing Concepts

A Microsoft Word document can be a complex pile of words. Sometimes you need to polish it with crystal thinking and give it a clear direction. Outlining a Word document before you write is one option. But have you considered a mind map...Show More Summary

How to Request a Refund on Facebook

These days, there’s much more to Facebook than just poking your friends and sharing photos of your birthday. Facebook has grown to become a thriving and active marketplace. And like any marketplace, there are times when you need to get a refund for something you’ve purchased. Show More Summary

Another Chinese Developer Arrested For Selling VPN Access

Reports coming out of China indicate that another citizen has been caught up in the country's VPN dragnet. The software developer reportedly set up a VPN for his own use but sensing demand, sold access to the service to third parties. Show More Summary

How to Get the Classic Task Manager Back in Windows 10

The Windows Task Manager got a fresh look in Windows 8 that stuck around for Windows 10. Aside from a more user-friendly look, it’s regrouped a few features and lets you manage more from one interface. While you can do a lot with the new Task Manager, some might yearn for the older interface of Windows 7 and before. Show More Summary

How to Back Up or Export Your Twitter Lists

Twitter lists are the social network’s most underrated feature, but one of its most useful. You can use lists to follow a carefully curated topic without flooding your home feed, and can easily share those lists with others. But given...Show More Summary

New Google devices leaked ahead of Oct. 4 launch

Google Inc. is set to unveil a variety of new devices, including smartphones and a new smart home speaker, in two weeks, but if recent leaks are anything to go by there’s unlikely to be many surprises at the event. Droid Life has revealed...Show More Summary

Hackerboi: Avril Lavigne tops 2017 celebrity-themed malicious websites list

Avril Lavigne may have peaked in popularity during the early parts of the 2000’s but the Sk8terboi singer remains highly popular among hackers, topping McAfee Inc.’s annual list of the Most Dangerous Celebrities, a list that indexes celebrity-themed malicious websites. Show More Summary

Red Alert 2.0 banking trojan targets unsuspecting Android users

Communists may not be residing under people’s beds but online banking customers are being warned to be aware of another threat in the form of a new banking trojan dubbed “Red Alert 2.0.” First detected in the wild by security researchers...Show More Summary

Twitter removes hundreds of thousands of terrorism-related accounts in a matter of months

Twitter Inc. just released a new transparency report that reveals how busy it has been weeding out extremism on its platform. This comes after mounting pressure from governments for social media platform to get tougher on terror. The...Show More Summary

Uber reviews Asia business units in response to U.S. bribery investigation

Uber Technologies Inc. is reported to have launched a review into whether it broke anti-bribery laws in Asia following news in August that it was being investigated by U.S. Department of Justice over allegations that it had been. Bloomberg...Show More Summary

iZettle raises $36M to develop next-generation fintech solutions

Swedish mobile payments startup iZettle AB has raised $36 million in debt financing from the European Investment Bank in a new push to develop next-generation fintech solutions to complement its existing mobile payments platform. Founded in 2010, iZettle offers small businesses portable point-of-sale solutions and free sales overview tools. Show More Summary

Veritas’ multicloud, data makeover: Analysts weigh hot air vs. cold facts

It’s not rocket science figuring out what buzzwords to throw out at a tech conference these days. Multicloud and GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) are on the list, and they both popped up at Veritas Vision 2017 in Las Vegas.Show More Summary

Google set to reveal Home Mini smart speaker next month

Google Inc. is planning to step up to the plate in its battle with Inc. for the smart home speaker market with a new, smaller version of Google Home set to be revealed at the company’s reveal event scheduled for Oct. 4. Called,...Show More Summary

Report: Microsoft’s Azure cloud rated best for security as concerns persist

Industries across the board are increasingly migrating workloads to public clouds, but security concerns are still holding back much wider adoption, according to a new survey by Barracuda Networks Inc. Barracuda’s survey of 300 IT decision...Show More Summary

7 Tips to Make Friends with Influential Bloggers

Everybody wants to befriend influential bloggers but few know how to go about bonding with blogging big dawgs. I want to share 7 tips to help you build meaningful, lasting, prospering relationships with the most successful bloggers in your niche. Show More Summary

Adobe beats estimates in Q3 earnings, but stock falls on in-line guidance

Adobe Systems Inc. posted another solid set of financial results that beat out analysts’ expectations and set a new record in terms of quarterly revenue. The maker of creative software reported fiscal third quarter earnings of $419 million, or 84 cents per share. Show More Summary

Data management marks true start of Information Age, says Veritas CEO

A single platform for producing real value from data isn’t just one more technology product to throw on the heap. It finally sweeps together and consolidates the heap and marks the true beginning of the Information Age, according to Bill Coleman (pictured), chief executive officer of Veritas Technologies LLC. Show More Summary

Veritas platform upgrades, Microsoft deal strengthen data management portfolio

In the multicloud, software-defined, hyperscale world, Veritas Technologies LLC is all in. The company that separated from Symantec Corp. over two years ago is now firmly on the path to identify itself as a leading data management business, recognizing that information is the coin of the realm. Show More Summary

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