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Tech and ad giants sign up to Europes first weak bite at fake news

Posted on: October 8, 2018, in Blog

The European Union’s executive body has signed up tech platforms and ad industry players to a voluntary  Code of Practice aimed at trying to do something about the spread of disinformation online. Something, just not anything too specifically quantifiable. According to the Commission, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Mozilla, some additional members of the EDIMA trade association, […]

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Starry wants to put high-speed 5G internet in reach of everyone

Posted on: October 8, 2018, in Blog

Starry, a Boston startup, wants deliver high-speed 5G internet in major cities at a reasonable price. Today, it announced it is expanding service from its initial launch in Boston to New York City. The company also announced a deal with Related Companies, a large national affordable housing owner, to host Starry equipment on its buildings […]

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What to expect from Facebooks big Oculus Connect 5 keynote

Posted on: October 7, 2018, in Blog

The Oculus Connect 5 conference kicks off tomorrow in San Jose where FB and company will let their latest virtual reality efforts loose and attempt to prove to the world that VR is coming at last and there’s nothing we can do to stop it. Tomorrow is going to be a big day for hardware, […]

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Google launches its group planning feature for Maps

Posted on: October 7, 2018, in Blog

Earlier this year, Google announced its revamped Google Maps, which puts a stronger emphasis on discovery. Some of the features the company announced back then have already launched, including many of the promised discovery and exploration tools, but the one feature that was still missing was group planning. But you won’t have to wait much longer […]

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Googles blanket ban of cryptocurrency ads ends next month

Posted on: October 6, 2018, in Blog

Google is rolling back its ban on cryptocurrency advertisements – following a similar move made by Facebook earlier this summer, CNBC reports. Google in March was among the first of the major platforms to announce it would no longer run ban cryptocurrency ads, due to an abundance of caution around an industry where there’s so […]

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Salesforce wants to end customer service frustration with Customer 360

Posted on: October 6, 2018, in Blog

How many times have you called into a company, answered a bunch of preliminary questions about the purpose of your call, then found that those answers didn’t make their way to the CSR who ultimately took your call. This usually is because System A can’t talk to System B and it’s frustrating for the caller, […]

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Salesforce, AWS expand partnership with secure data sharing between platforms

Posted on: October 5, 2018, in Blog

Salesforce and Amazon’s cloud arm, AWS, have had a pretty close relationship for some time, signing a $400 million deal for infrastructure cloud services in 2016, but today at Dreamforce, Salesforce’s massive customer conference taking place this week in San Francisco, they took it to another level. The two companies announced they were offering a […]

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Yubicos new security keys now support FIDO2

Posted on: October 5, 2018, in Blog

Yubico, the company behind the popular Yubikey security keys, today announced the launch of its 5 Series keys. The company argues that these new keys, which start at $45, are the first multi-protocol securities keys that support the FIDO2 standard. With this, Yubico argues, the company will be able to replace password-based authentication, which is […]

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LinkedIn steps into business intelligence with the launch of Talent Insights

Posted on: October 4, 2018, in Blog

LinkedIn may be best known as a place where people and organizations keep public pages of their professional profiles, using that as a starting point for networking, recruitment and more — a service that today that has racked up more than 575 million users, 20 million companies and 15 million active job listings. But now […]

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As Magic Leap preps for its first developer conference, the focus shifts to content

Posted on: October 4, 2018, in Blog

Even as Magic Leap has cleared the milestone of its first hardware release, the augmented reality startup still has big challenges ahead as it aims to entice developers to build the content for its wild new device. The $2,295 Magic Leap One headset is a very polished-looking developer kit, but it didn’t ship with a […]

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