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1. A new phone-like device from Redmond? Why, Microsoft, why?
Microsoft’s smartphone failures have been spectacularly costly. Could it really be planning to give it another go?
Origional Story Date :9/16/2018
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Hardware | Mobile Devices
2. How Bots are Ruining the Internet Without Breaking the Law
Until legislation catches up, bad bots are running amok on the internet without any legal ramifications.
Origional Story Date :9/14/2018
News | Eweek
Information Technology | Security | Cyberattack
3. A Look at Today's Web Browsers
In building websites and applications, part of our job as a web development company is to ensure the continuity of our products across a multitude of web browsers. We thought we’d take a moment to offer a high-level overview of the major web browsers on the market today.
Origional Story Date :9/16/2018
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Online | Browsers
4. How Alternative DBs are Disrupting the Conventionals in 2018
As AWS has scaled out, it now perceives a need for new-gen functionality inside DBs that are easier to manage, not as expensive to maintain, and more flexible in integrating and moving workloads.
Origional Story Date :9/14/2018
News | Eweek
Information Technology | Artificial Intelligence
5. 10 Best New Features in Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2016 is now generally available for use. Its release mirrors contemporary information technology trends of containerization and hybrid connectivity with cloud services.
Origional Story Date :9/6/2018
News | Business News Daily
Information Technology | Software | Operating Systems | Windows
6. The NSA Continues to Blame Technology for Breaking the Law
In late June, the NSA announced a magic trick- hundreds of millions of collected call records would disappear. Its lovely assistant? Straight from the agency’s statement: "Technical irregularities."
Origional Story Date :9/5/2018
News | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Information Technology | Online | Privacy | Surveillance
7. Windows on Chromebooks? Stay tuned.
Windows 10 on Chromebooks? At first, it sounds downright stupid. You can already do just about everything on a Chromebook with Chrome OS, including running a ton of Windows apps. Why bother? I have some ideas, but first, the background.
Origional Story Date :9/6/2018
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Hardware | Mobile Devices | Netbooks | Software | Software Development
8. Flat-Panel Computer Screens Could Reveal User Data, Researchers Find
Today’s topics include security researchers’ discovery that most flat-panel computer screens emit sounds that reveal data, and BlackBerry has introduced a new version of the KEY2 smartphone with fewer features and a lower price.
Origional Story Date :9/4/2018
CaseStudy | Eweek
Information Technology | Security
9. How Windows's new smaller monthly updates work
A "back-then-forward" model will govern patches starting with Windows 10 version 1809.
Origional Story Date :8/24/2018
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Security | Patches
10. Verizon's Throttling of Fire Fighters Could Go Unpunished Because the FCC Repealed the Open Internet Order
People are mad about the revelation that Verizon throttled the wireless service of the Santa Clara Fire Department in the middle of fighting a massive fire. In response, Verizon is making the very narrow claim that this wasn't a clear violation of the 2015 Open Internet Order's ban on throttling.
Origional Story Date :8/24/2018
News | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Information Technology | News