Curves, Gestures May Be in iPhone’s Future | Smartphones

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vidhob news By John P. Mello Jr. Apr 5, 2018 10:02 AM PT Gesture control and a curved body may be in the iPhone’s future. Apple has been experimenting with those features for the iPhone, and they could be ready for prime time in two to three years, Bloomberg reported Wednesday, citing “people with knowledge Read More

Bluestar Gives Arch Linux a Celestial Glow | Reviews

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vidhob news Using most any Arch Linux distro usually involves balancing the desire for hands-on control of the operating system from scratch against the attraction of convenient installation and maintenance processes. Bluestar Linux is one of the few Arch distros that gets the balancing act right. Bluestar Linux is a GNU/Linux distribution that features up-to-date Read More

Facebook Comes Up With a New Data Access Plan | Social Networking

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vidhob news Facebook on Wednesday announced an update to its policies for restricting data access on its platform. The move came just two weeks after the company said it would take a “hard look” at the information apps could use when connected to Facebook. CEO Mark Zuckerberg also discussed some of Facebook’s new efforts to Read More

Turning Social Media From a Problem Into a Solution | Tech Buzz

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vidhob news The shooting incident that took place last week at YouTube had less to do with guns than with the failure of the police to act on information in a timely way and the inability of social media to be anything but part of the problem. Google has been giving this issue little more Read More

Open-Sourced Windows File Manager Gets New Life on Windows 10 | Community

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vidhob news Microsoft has rummaged deep into its archive for its latest contribution to the open source community: Windows File Manager. Originally bundled with Windows in 1990, File Manager was a replacement for the command-line interface in MS-DOS. The program was used to search, open, copy and delete files until it was replaced by Windows Read More

Palo Alto Networks Sales VP Amy Slater: Be Human | Exclusives

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vidhob news Amy Slater is vice president of inside sales for Palo Alto Networks. In this exclusive interview, Slater offers her insights on how women can excel as sales professionals. Palo Alto Networks VP Amy Slater TechNewsWorld: What did you learn in your many years of being involved with high-tech sales? Amy Slater: One of Read More

Standards Milestone Could Mark Beginning of End for Passwords | Internet

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vidhob news By John P. Mello Jr. Apr 11, 2018 10:59 AM PT A Web standards milestone announced Tuesday could point to the end of the road for pesky passwords. The new standard, WebAuthn, has won near-final approval from the World Wide Web Consortium, which establishes Web standards. WebAuthn defines a standard Application Program Interface Read More

What Should We Expect From AI? | Emerging Tech

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vidhob news Fear mongering about killer robots and the recent deaths connected with Uber and Tesla autonomous vehicles have rekindled concerns about artificial intelligence in the machines around us. We are well beyond answering Alan Turing’s question, “can machines think?” There is now good reason to ask how we should think of AI, and what Read More

New RHEL Locks In Hybrid Cloud Growth | Enterprise

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vidhob news Red Hat on Tuesday announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5, which targets the needs of both Linux server and cloud deployment users. With the goal of providing a consistent foundation for hybrid cloud environments, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 includes enhanced security and compliance controls, tools to reduce storage Read More