Microsoft this week unveiled redesigns to its flagship mobile apps like Outlook, OneDrive, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as the company hopes to become a bigger part of the mobile productivity conversation. The redesigns are part of the tech giant’s push to focus on emerging markets, inclusive design and accessibility for more intelligent experiences across Microsoft […]
Do you ever get distracted by your devices and social media at work? The answer is obviously in the affirmative. Letting go of Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and dozens of other smartphone apps can be difficult, especially when your phone is blowing up with notifications. Facebook has been an especially annoying app for me this year […]
This week, December 2-6, 2019: get the most out of IoT building systems, MSPs to the rescue, killer robots being created, and more.
With the help of computational pathology firm Paige, healthcare technology giant Royal Phillips is bringing clinical artificial intelligence to pathology laboratories to help improve a pathologist’s workflow and treatment planning for patients. According to a joint news release Thursday, this strategic collaboration will first start with Paige Prostate to help pathologists quantify and characterize cancer […]
Along with a variety of sensors and connected devices, one of the key features of proverbial smart cities would be facial recognition software, particularly in law enforcement applicants. Police could potentially use the technology to stop crimes before they happen, find missing people and keep the public safe. However, there are also some legitimate concerns […]
The Project Nightingale whistleblower reveals why he or she lifted the lid on Google, and why people should care about the information being transferred.
The Internet of Things (IoT building systems) creates tons of Big Data and puts a large strain on internet infrastructure. But it also provides a strong potential to improve the tasks drastically and take necessary preventive measures for electronic appliances to smart traffic lights in order to reduce network congestion. For the big data companies, […]
Umbraco launches Umbraco Heartcore, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) headless content management system (CMS) for structuring and sharing content across multiple platforms, devices and channels. The company says it’s made software development kits (SDKs) available to let app developers use the software language and platform of their choice to build an infrastructure for any website, smartphone, smartwatch or […]
Amazon Web Services’ re:Invent conference in Las Vegas has been chock-full of new product announcements and partnerships, but some of the most notable news to come out of the conference so far has been the company’s partnership with Verizon to deliver AWS Verizon 5G edge cloud computing. The telecommunications company and tech giant are merging […]
Claiming that the ride-sharing company misclassified its drivers as independent contractors, New Jersey is asking Uber to pay big bills.