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MuleSoft adds DataGraph to Anypoint Platform to streamline API requests
DataGraph allows developers to use a single GraphQL query to discover, access, and serve data from multiple existing APIs.
SugarCRM announces new AI engine for marketing automation
The company said SugarPredict will help facilitate marketing lead qualification and prioritization using AI-powered predictive lead scoring.
How to set up a new Windows 10 PC perfectly in one hour or less
Whether you're installing a brand-new PC, or renewing an older PC with a freshly formatted system drive, this clean install checklist will ensure you don't miss any key steps along the way.
These figures confirm what people think about robot delivery
The pandemic has been a fascinating laboratory for robotic technology. But is it here to stay£
FBI receives record level of complaints for online scams, investment fraud
Victims are set to lose the most when they fall for romance scams and business email compromise.
Asia division of cyber insurance company AXA hit with ransomware attack
The Avaddon ransomware gang has given the major Europe-based insurer three days to pay a ransom.
Logitech intros AI-powered whiteboard camera Scribe
Scribe is Logitech's answer for mimicking whiteboarding sessions virtually for dispersed teams.
Android stalkerware detection rates surged over 2020
Not only are the apps potentially unethical, but vendors also aren’t interested in fixing core security issues found within them.
AWS introduces new Application Migration Service
The company launched the effort as a way to facilitate migration services for lift-and-shift migrations to AWS.
Apple, lossless audio, and the state of high-end audio
Apple is releasing a new audio format with support for Dolby Atmos. But, it's far from the "biggest advancement ever in sound quality."
Twilio to acquire toll-free messaging provider Zipwhip for $850 million
Twilio plans to use Zipwhip's technology to strengthen its messaging products.
Desktop Metal acquires Adaptive3D, Q1 revenue $11.3 million with 2021 sales target of $100 million
Desktop Metal's latest acquisition gives it rubber materials and parts that it can vertically integrate with its printers.
WhatsApp delays enforcement of new privacy rules in Brazil
The messaging app did not change its policy, but Brazilians will be able to use the messaging tool for 90 days before agreeing to the new terms as authorities investigate implications to users.
Planning a global IoT deployment£ Here's what you need to know
Global Internet of Things (IoT) deployments are complex, and many fail due to connectivity issues. So how can you plan for a successful deployment -- and what could go wrong£
Google I/O 2021: What developers can expect on Android 12, TensorFlow, Material Design
Android 12, Chrome OS and TensorFlow are all getting sessions at Google I/O 2021. Here are a few themes to ponder.
When is Prime Day 2021£ Plus how to find the best deals
Amazon's annual sale is around the corner. Here's what you need to know, including when it is, the best deals to expect, and tips and tricks on how to master Prime Day 2021.
Don’t waste your time on Android battery saver apps, instead do this
There's a huge gulf between the claims made and what they deliver.
Equinix aims for that "sweet spot" between colocation and public cloud
CEO Charles Meyers lays out how the co-location giant is evolving its business to serve businesses anxious to digitize but unready to move to the public cloud.
Sensory’s new voice assistants do not sacrifice your privacy or send data to the cloud
If you are worried about your voice assistant listening in all the time, then Sensory’s new private voice UI may suit you.
Microsoft makes Teams consumer features generally available
Microsoft is moving a number of features from preview to general availability for consumer users of Teams and is adding 'Together Mode' backgrounds for personal use, as well.
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