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92% of IT leaders comfortable with business users using low-code tools

A survey of IT leaders reveals that innovation is at risk as IT demands rise. However, IT leaders view business-led low-code/no-code application development as prudent and inevitable with the right protocols.
Thursday June 17, 2021

Walmart to offer customers a digital COVID-19 vaccine record

Walmart’s tool will allow people to print out and share proof of their COVID-19 vaccination.
Thursday June 17, 2021

To measure ultra-low power AI, MLPerf gets a TinyML benchmark

The new suite of tests measures the latency and power consumption of an embedded system performing four representative machine learning tasks.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

McAfee discovers vulnerability in Peloton Bike+

The attack requires physical access, but there are thousands of publicly available Peloton bikes at hotels, gyms, and apartment complexes across the world.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Here's what developers really think about blockchain projects

Some developers think it is a game changer, but few have actually worked on blockchain tech.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Over a billion records belonging to CVS Health exposed online

The exposure is another example of misconfiguration that can impact security.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Best Father's Day gifts 2021: Tech gifts under $150

Almost everything on this list costs less than $150. It's a great list of unexpected gifts that Dad is sure to love.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Microsoft adds to its Android and iOS security tools

Microsoft is also bringing jailbreak detection for managed and unmanaged iOS devices.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Slow broadband? Maybe your employer should pay for gigabit speeds

Most consumers and businesses don't even know they could get gigabit speeds. Advisory group GigaTAG has some recommendations to boost the take-up of next-generation broadband.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Best anti-Prime Day deals: Walmart and Best Buy sales

We're aggregating the very best deals happening outside of Amazon.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Best early Prime Day 2021 deals: Windows 10 laptops

We're aggregating the very best Windows 10 laptop deals on Amazon for Prime Day 2021.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Facebook's smartwatch sounds super dumb

The desperation to sidestep Apple and Google is real.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Apple says sad, hopeless PC users suffer from iPad envy

It's awful being a desktop PC user, apparently. You look at people who own iPad Pros and think: "Why can't I be them?" At least, that's Apple view.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Amazon Prime Day creates halo effect for large rival retailers, email marketing

Amazon's Prime Day lands as the economy is reopening and outdoor activities, travel and brick-and-mortar regain wallet share.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Harness updates platform to speed up software delivery, lower cloud costs

The Harness software delivery platform uses intelligent features and a unified pipeline to help developers work more efficiently.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Windows 11: Is Microsoft having its Spinal Tap moment?

Microsoft has cranked the hype machine up to 11 for its next big Windows feature update. Prepare to be underwhelmed.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Brazil seeks $1 billion to bolster connectivity plan

The Ministry of Communications requested additional resources from the International Development Bank during a government mission to the US last week.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Nasty Linux systemd root level security bug revealed and patched

This obnoxious Linux systemd bug has been fixed, which means if you're running most recent Linux distributions, you'll need to patch it now.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Robot 'rosetta stone' will unify the bots

With demand for robots surging, manufacturers bet interoperability will help whole sector.
Wednesday June 16, 2021

Unsecured servers and cloud services: How remote work has increased the attack surface that hackers can target

Cybersecurity researchers discover hundreds of thousands of insecure severs, ports and cloud services being used by remote workers that could be easily exploited by cyber attackers.
Wednesday June 16, 2021