How we selected 10 hot data-center virtualization startups to watch

The selection process for our roundup of 10 data-center virtualization startups to watch began with 33 recommendations and nominations that were sent via HARO, LinkedIn, Twitter, and subscribers to the Startup50 email newsletter. Several of those startups had to be eliminated right off the bat not because they wouldn’t be a good fit for this [...]

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UK launches sustainable technology plan

Last week,UK's Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) launched The Greening Government, a sustainable technology strategy for the UK government to achieve by 2020. The paper sets out the need to endorse a clean and green approach to technology in the UK. This will be in line with the UK government's commitments to, [...]

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Microsoft issues emergency fix for Internet Explorer

Microsoft has swiftly released an emergency fix for a serious vulnerability that was discovered inside Internet Explorer, potentially allowing hackers access to systems using certain versions of the web browsing software. This flaw works by driving users towards a specific website via a ‘phishing’ email, where they will then unknowingly be affected by malware that [...]

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Hardware-software co-design approach could make neural networks less power hungry

A team led by the University of California San Diego has developed a neuroinspired hardware-software co-design approach that could make neural network training more energy-efficient and faster. Their work could one day make it possible to train neural networks on low-power devices such as smartphones, laptops and embedded devices. The advance is described in a [...]

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It’s Time to Take a Hard Look at Healthcare Cloud Security

The healthcare cloud has been growing incredibly, becoming an ever-more-important element of health information technology, or HIT. There are many reasons why the HIT cloud has been becoming more prominent, such as research and development and collaboration. Since the cloud has been expanding so rapidly, this may be a good time to reconsider security -- [...]

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What is 5G? Everything you need to know

5G networks are the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, offering faster speeds and more reliable connections on smartphones and other devices than ever before. Combining cutting-edge network technology and the very latest research, 5G should offer connections that are multitudes faster than current connections, with average download speeds of around 1GBps expected to soon [...]

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Protecting businesses from insider threats with machine learning

Machine learning and AI are the latest tools being utilised by businesses to help prevent cybercrime and stop cyberattacks. However, what if these same tools could be used to help stop insider threats such as employees leaking or misusing company data? TechRadar Pro spoke with Jazz Networks' CEO Hani Mustafa who explained how businesses have [...]

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The first 11 apps to install on your new Mac

Apple’s macOS operating system has matured to the point where, out of the box, your new Mac laptop or desktop pretty much has the bases covered when it comes to email, calendar management, and some basic productivity tools. But there’s a whole world of better and more powerful Mac software out there that can make [...]

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HOW FACEBOOK MADE A UNIVERSAL OPEN SOURCE LANGUAGE FOR THE WEB

THE CODE THAT runs the web is a mixture of programming dialects and advances. JavaScript, the most prominent dialect on the web, is the standard for composing code that keeps running in your program. In any case, the server side is substantially more different. Java (no relationship to JavaScript) stays mainstream, as do PHP, Python, [...]

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Microsoft allegedly dealing with Xbox and Windows webcams for 2019

Microsoft is reportedly planning to release new webcams in 2019 for Windows 10 and Xbox One. Thurrott reports that two new webcams are on the way, with one designed to bring Windows Hello facial recognition to any Windows 10 PC. The other will reportedly work with the Xbox One and bring back the Kinect feature [...]

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