Early Qualcomm Server CPU Benchmarks Could Mean Big Trouble for Intel

Qualcomm Centriq

Qualcomm’s new Centriq servers are proving to be powerful solutions. Intel ought to be looking over its shoulder, at least a little.

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Red Hat, SAP Team on New Integrated Enterprise Linux Platform


Red Hat on Tuesday announced the launch of Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions, a new platform that combines two existing systems for analytics and data management into a single offering. The new platform combines the existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Applications and Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA into a single, consolidated platform. “There is no single technology stack to solve every enterprise challenge, and big data analytics is no different,” said Jim Totten, vice president and general manager of the Platforms Business Unit at Red Hat.

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From affordable and handsome to thin and vibrant, these are the best Samsung TVs

The best Samsung TVs of 2017 run the gamut from simple and affordable solutions for the everyman to thin and elegant screens for deep-pocketed buyers on the hunt for some of the best picture quality on earth.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/22/from-affordable-and-handsome-to-thin-and-vibrant-these-are-best-samsung-tvs.html

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Your insurance adjuster may soon be a drone or an app

As per the 2017 Future of Claims Study survey by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, insurance companies are looking to “virtual” methods of handling claims. 38 percent of insurers no longer send employees for physical inspections.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/07/your-insurance-adjuster-may-soon-be-drone-or-app.html

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Visa Seeks to Build Online B2B Ecosystem


Visa this week announced the Visa Ready Program for Business Solutions, a strategic framework to help ensure that tech companies integrating with Visa’s B2B payment services and data solutions meet the company’s standards and are market ready. The program lets Visa’s tech partners quickly integrate and approve various Visa B2B payments solutions, including enhanced data, virtual card integration, payables automation, and payment controls. It lets partners quickly introduce devices, software and solutions that can initiate or accept Visa payments.

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MIT speeds up its futuristic lensless single-pixel camera by 50 times

Image capture with MIT's single-pixel camera

Compressive imaging offers the promise of lower-cost, more-flexible imaging solutions for physically demanding situations. It has been limited by long capture times, but a team at MIT is trying to change that by incorporating time-of-flight sensing into the process.

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AI Deconstructs Phone Sales Pitches


SaaS solutions firm Gong has released the findings of a study on sales phone conversations, including an analysis of gender speaking patterns. Women delivered slightly longer sales monologues, averaging about 9-12 seconds longer than those their male counterparts gave, but men generally spoke faster, the study found. Men tended to speak at a faster pace, averaging about 2.88 words per second compared to the average 2.79 seconds for women, the study found. Men also paused longer — averaging about 1.5 seconds compared to women’s 1.3 seconds.

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New medical tech coming to the rescue for the vision-impaired

GlueIOL eye surgery illusrated
Medical technology is making huge strides in providing solutions for the nearly 300 million who are affected by total or substantial loss of vision.

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Cybersecurity Goals to Guide Federal Software Spending


The U.S. government is on track to significantly boost spending on cybersecurity solutions. However, evolving requirements to greatly improve federal protection of information technology resources will shape that spending. In fact, federal cyberprotection goals should be augmented and significantly modified, according to recent studies of the federal market. The linkage between increased federal investing in cybersecurity and the requirements for bolstering IT protection are portrayed in two newly released reports.

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Autonomous taxis: Why you may never own a self-driving car

Nissan Renault prototype autonomous vehicle
The combination of ride-hailing and ride-sharing solutions with autonomous vehicles may revolutionize personal transportation by making vehicle sharing the norm, rather than the exception.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/176672-autonomous-taxis-why-you-may-never-own-a-self-driving-car

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These are the worst passwords in the world – do you use any of them?

Each year, security solutions provider SplashData releases a list of what it has determined to be the most commonly used passwords on the Internet. In other words, these passwords are the worst possible options you can choose to safeguard your accounts, because they’re all ridiculously common and are likely among the first options people with any know-how will try when attempting to gain access to your online accounts.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/01/19/these-are-worst-passwords-in-world-do-use-any-them.html

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Alarm.com's Apple TV app lets users stream HD security video, pan and tilt cameras with Siri Remote

Article Image At CES Unveiled on Monday, smart home solutions provider Alarm.com launched a new Apple TV app that allows users to monitor and interact with live HD video feeds from Alarm.com-compatible cameras directly on their television.

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Oracle Banks on CX Cloud Verticals


Oracle last week announced a variety of industry-specific solutions and enhancements to several existing products at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco. The company unveiled industry-specific vertical solutions for the financial services, communications, consumer goods, high-tech, industrial manufacturing and automotive fields as part of its Customer Experience Cloud. CX Cloud includes Oracle Commerce Cloud; Oracle Configure, Price and Quote Cloud; Oracle Marketing Cloud; Oracle Sales Cloud; Oracle Service Cloud; and Oracle Social Cloud.

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Report confirms new 27" 5K iMac supports up to 64GB of RAM, 21.5" 4K iMac limited to soldered-on RAM

Article Image Aftermarket Mac solutions specialist Other World Computing on Tuesday confirmed the recently released 27-inch iMac models support a maximum 64GB of RAM, double that of previous generation models, while the new 21.5-inch 4K iMac comes with soldered-on RAM.

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Microsoft Pushes Deeper Into Linux, Containers, IoT


Microsoft announced a slew of corporate cloud solutions at Tuesday’s AzureCon. “The value for IoT is in control, data collection and analysis, and Microsoft is apparently building a cloud service that can do all three, and wrapping it with enterprise-level security,” said Rob Enderle, principal analyst at the Enderle Group. Microsoft also announced a new open Azure Container Service that will let enterprises deploy and configure Apache Mesos to cluster and schedule Dockerized apps across multiple virtual hosts.

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Apple, IBM to take partnership into education with app for teachers

It appears that Apple and IBM have plans to stretch their mobile solutions partnership beyond enterprise and into the classroom, as the companies are co-developing an experimental app that provides teachers with real-time student data analytics.



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AT&T exec sees end of phone subsidies on horizon

President and CEO of AT&T Mobile and Business Solutions Ralph de la Vega said Tuesday that phone subsidies will soon vanish as customers move away from two-year commitments in favor of new financing plans.



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Apple, IBM roll Apple Watch support into three MobileFirst apps

As part of an ongoing enterprise solutions partnership, Apple and IBM on Thursday announced Apple Watch support for three MobileFirst apps serving the healthcare, public safety and energy industries.



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Tech Q&A: Parents’ PCs, gadget donations, buggy phones and more

Want to know the best ways to fix PCs remotely, tips for donating gadgets, and solutions for buggy phones and tablets? Then read this article.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/03/29/tech-qa-parents-pcs-gadget-donations-buggy-phones-and-more/

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Asthma Health app harnesses the power of Apple’s iPhone

A new app developed by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York and LifeMap Solutions aims to revolutionize asthma research by harnessing the power of Apple’s iPhone.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/03/13/asthma-health-app-harnesses-power-apples-iphone/

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