• By ZDnet   -   May 20, 2018

    AUSTRALIAN ​DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH USING BLOCKCHAIN FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH RECORDS

    Australian secure cloud provider Vault Systems and blockchain startup Agile Digital have combined forces to provide the department...

  • By ZDnet   -   May 20, 2018

    YOUTUBE MUSIC STUFF, ONEPLUS 6 LAUNCH, SURFACE TABLET RUMORS

    Google revealed some upcoming changes to YouTube Music and we tried to make sense of the announcement. We also talked about the OnePlus...

    Tablet, Google
  • By ZDnet   -   May 20, 2018

    TEEN PHONE MONITORING APP LEAKS THOUSANDS OF USER PASSWORDS

    Exclusive: A server stored teenagers' Apple ID email addresses and plaintext passwords.

    Phone, Apple
  • By ZDnet   -   May 20, 2018

    THIS IS WHAT REALLY HAPPENS IN A VERIZON STORE, ACCORDING TO A STORE VETERAN

    Have you ever wondered what your phone salesperson is really thinking and feeling? You may be surprised.

    Phone
  • By ZDnet   -   May 20, 2018

    ​LG CHAIRMAN KOO BON-MOO DIES

    LG Group chairman Koo Bon-moo, the leader of South Korea's fourth-largest conglomerate, has passed away. He will be remembered for...

  • By ZDnet   -   May 19, 2018

    NUANCE REPORTEDLY ACQUIRES VOICEBOX TECHNOLOGIES

    Voicebox, based in Bellevue, Washington, has developed a VoiceAI platform used in home and IoT devices, as well as connected cars.

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    KAPLAN TEST PREP GRADUATES TO A CLOUD-BASED DATA LAKE

    ​Kaplan uses SnapLogic and Amazon Redshift to cut costs, optimize its product portfolio, and boost profits.

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    SONY BRAZIL FOCUSES ON PREMIUM PRODUCTS

    Under new leadership, the company continues to target consumers of high-end devices.

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    IBM WARNS OF INSTANT BREAKING OF ENCRYPTION BY QUANTUM COMPUTERS: 'MOVE YOUR DATA TODAY'

    Welcome to the future transparency of today as quantum computers reveal all currently encrypted secrets - a viable scenario within...

    IBM
  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    BANK OF AMERICA DEBUTS ITS AI-POWERED ASSISTANT, ERICA

    The virtual assistant will be available to Bank of America's 25 million mobile clients

    Mobile
  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    QI LU STEPS DOWN AS BAIDU COO

    Lu transitioned into the COO slot last January after joining Baidu from Microsoft.

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    GDPR IN REAL LIFE: FEAR, UNCERTAINTY, AND DOUBT

    Part one: Why are most organizations still not ready for GDPR? And what are the implications and mechanisms of applying GDPR provisions...

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    ONE IN FOUR APAC FIRMS NOT SURE IF THEY SUFFERED SECURITY BREACH

    A quarter of Asia-Pacific companies have experienced a security incident, while 27 percent aren't even sure because they haven't conducted...

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    MIRAI BOTNET ADDS THREE NEW ATTACKS TO TARGET IOT DEVICES

    This new version of the botnet uses exploits instead of brute force attacks to gain control of unpatched devices.

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    APPLE SHIPPED 600,000 HOMEPODS IN Q1: BUT IT'S STILL DWARFED BY AMAZON, GOOGLE

    Competition is heating up though, with Amazon's share falling from 82 percent a year ago to 43 percent.

    Google, Apple
  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    EX-INTEL SECURITY EXPERT: THIS NEW SPECTRE ATTACK CAN EVEN REVEAL FIRMWARE SECRETS

    A new variant of Spectre can expose the contents of memory that normally can't be accessed by the OS kernel.

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    SAMSUNG MOCKS APPLE AGAIN: THIS TIME IT'S POKING FUN AT IPHONE'S THROTTLING TROUBLES

    Samsung's new Galaxy S9 upgrade ad tries to capitalize on Apple's iPhone "battery slowdown" controversy.

    Samsung, iPhone, Apple
  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    SCANDINAVIA GETS ITS FIRST AUTONOMOUS PUBLIC BUSES, BUT THERE'S A BIG CATCH

    Autonomous buses should start running on public roads in Norway in June, just don't expect them to be fast.

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    HOW TO USE A VPN TO PROTECT YOUR INTERNET PRIVACY

    A virtual private network can go a long way to make sure that neither your ISP, nor anyone else, can snoop on what you do on the internet.

  • By ZDnet   -   May 18, 2018

    INTEL'S MOBILEYE INKS DEAL TO SUPPLY MILLIONS OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

    The EyeQ chip which powers driving-assisted cars appears to be at the heart of the deal.