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Catherine Rampell, writing for The Washington Post: Here’s the problem with suggesting that upsetting speech warrants “safe spaces,” or otherwise conflating mere words with physical assault: If speech is violence, then violence becomes a justifiable response to speech. Just ask college students. Show More Summary
First official enforcement action alleges company violated state data protection and privacy laws.
The new "Dadbag" bag helps you store a six-pack in your, um, six-pack? Talk about high fashion.
Commentary: Apple's amazing augmented reality experiences are here, and don't need a new iPhone.
Lisa Jackson, head of Apple's environmental initiatives, says CEO Tim Cook's leadership has led to the company's products becoming more green.
Software development has moved quickly in only a decade. From deploying to physical servers, to virtualization, and IaaS to PaaS. One hot trend is FaaS (function-as-a-service), like AWS Lambda, where you deploy snippets of code to be run on command anywhere in the world. Show More Summary
At OpenStack Summit in Boston last May, some speculated that the event might be the last gasp for OpenStack — an open-source platform for cloud computing and infrastructure-as-service. Granted, OpenStack was one of the less hyped open-source projects of the past year. Show More Summary
Oracle Corp. went on the offensive again versus Amazon.com Inc. today with a new cloud pricing plan that gives discounts to Oracle database customers who move their databases to the cloud. Chairman and Chief Technology Officer LarryShow More Summary
Since first launching in 2015, YouTube Gaming has yet to achieve the same clout with livestreaming gamers as Amazon’s Twitch, but YouTube may be looking to change that today with the public launch of Sponsorships, a new way for streamers to make money. Show More Summary
According to Droid Life, the trimmed down smart speaker will make its debut at Google's upcoming Pixel 2 launch on October 4th.
In the above short video (or access directly), I make the case that your future car will be like a living creature, able to predict what we want, and even start to reproduce. I had a mere three minutes to present and deliver a single concept on the largest physical TED stage in Frankfurt Germany [...]
Data protection is hot again, making this the perfect time for data management and backup company Veritas Technologies LLC to rebirth itself. The company was relatively quiet for the past few years, but it’s back now honking a message of data value for multicloud. Show More Summary
In a business strategy move apparently aimed at industrial rival General Electric Co., Hitachi, Ltd. has unified three of its business units into a single entity that will pursue business structured around data-driven initiatives and the internet of things. Show More Summary
At its annual fall event for 2017, Apple unveiled the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. These two phones were, however, somewhat overshadowed by the unveiling of the iPhone X. The latter is the new, forward-looking, premium product Apple thinks is worthy of a whopping $999 price tag. Show More Summary
Agility means more than just speed. It also comes down to flexibility. The cloud provides that flexibility to companies by offerings services on demand, and when a company needs more storage or compute, it’s there. When they don’t, those things go away. Show More Summary
The dramatic size increase of stored datasets, coupled with enterprise demand for faster computing, has driven significant innovation in the data storage industry. The traditional solution of high-performance flash storage systems have...Show More Summary
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A startup wants to charge your new iPhone just by being nearby.
The OnePlus 5 special edition has been given some aesthetic touches by French designer Jean Charles De Castelbajac.