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Is The Lenovo Yoga Book The Most Innovative Windows LapLet

Sometimes you run into a product that redefines a segment. In cars it was things like the 240Z and Miata, in Smartphones the BlackBerry and then the iPhone, and in PCs there was the ThinkPad clam shell laptop and, more recently the MacBook Air. Then there are even more rare products that blend segme…

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From Forecast to Fact: The Top Security Threats and Targets of 2016

In early 2016, we shared our predictions of key security threats likely to hit us this year. As predicted, cyber espionage, ransomware, insider threats, IoT device attacks and attacks on industrial control systems (ICS) all increased in 2016. A number of other targets remain in the line of hackers' …

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Pebble Drops Race, Moves to Fitbit

Pebble offers confirmation that it's pulling up stakes in the wearable tech race, and moving lock, devs and software to Fitbit.

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SoftBank CEO Cozies Up to Trump

SoftBank Group founder and CEO Masayoshi Son, who is also Sprint's chairman, told President-elect Donald Trump he wants to create 50,000 new U.S. jobs by investing $50 billion in startup companies here.

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Predicting the FCC's Path Forward Under President-Elect Donald Trump

President-elect Donald J. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States of America on January 20, 2017. Many in the tech, media and telecom industry remain uncertain what can be expected from the Federal Communications Commission under the Trump administration.

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From Social Media to Sour Media in 2016

Lost all patience with re-written news with misleading headlines? How many people have you un-friended over the last twelve months on Facebook? Been annoyed or harassed on Twitter for something you might have said that was taken out of context? The year of 2016 is going down as the one where social …

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Is The Lenovo Yoga Book The Most Innovative Windows LapLet

By: Rob Enderle     12/9/2016

Sometimes you run into a product that redefines a segment. In cars it was things like the 240Z and Miata, in Smartphones the BlackBerry and then the iPhone, and in PCs there was the ThinkPad clam shell laptop and, more recently the MacBook Air. Then there are even more rare products that blend segme…

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From Forecast to Fact: The Top Security Threats and Targets of 2016

By: Special Guest     12/9/2016

In early 2016, we shared our predictions of key security threats likely to hit us this year. As predicted, cyber espionage, ransomware, insider threats, IoT device attacks and attacks on industrial control systems (ICS) all increased in 2016. A number of other targets remain in the line of hackers' …

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Pebble Drops Race, Moves to Fitbit

By: Steve Anderson     12/8/2016

Pebble offers confirmation that it's pulling up stakes in the wearable tech race, and moving lock, devs and software to Fitbit.

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SoftBank CEO Cozies Up to Trump

By: Paula Bernier     12/7/2016

SoftBank Group founder and CEO Masayoshi Son, who is also Sprint's chairman, told President-elect Donald Trump he wants to create 50,000 new U.S. jobs by investing $50 billion in startup companies here.

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Predicting the FCC's Path Forward Under President-Elect Donald Trump

By: Special Guest     12/6/2016

President-elect Donald J. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States of America on January 20, 2017. Many in the tech, media and telecom industry remain uncertain what can be expected from the Federal Communications Commission under the Trump administration.

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From Social Media to Sour Media in 2016

By: Doug Mohney     12/5/2016

Lost all patience with re-written news with misleading headlines? How many people have you un-friended over the last twelve months on Facebook? Been annoyed or harassed on Twitter for something you might have said that was taken out of context? The year of 2016 is going down as the one where social …

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The Five Core Components of Proactive Cybersecurity

By: Special Guest     12/5/2016

As technically astute and often well-funded hackers continue to deploy new, constantly evolving techniques, organizations are too often focusing their efforts on detecting known threats, or Indicators of Compromise (IoC). This reactive approach doesn't account for mutating or unknown malware, living…

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How Real Time Visibility and Data Analysis are Driving Innovation

By: Special Guest     12/5/2016

The IoT has enabled everything from improved efficiency for global shipping networks to devices that receive environmental feedback from home appliances in order to minimize their energy use.

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Top 5 Most In-Demand, Highest-Paying Tech Jobs in 2017

By: Special Guest     11/30/2016

So while tech may be automating a whole lot of traditionally analog jobs, the tech sector is also responsible for a good deal of the job creation in today's market, especially with the growth of the Internet of Things and technology's increasingly pervasive influence on such huge industries as finan…

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Look for PC Price Wars in 2017

By: Doug Mohney     11/29/2016

A steady movement of everything to the cloud and brutal competition to hold onto existing market share is likely to drive mainline manufacturers such as Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, and Lenovo to deliver hotter hardware at lower prices or risk being left behind.

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Will Self-Driving Cars Ruin New York?

By: Lindsey Patterson     11/28/2016

Self-driving cars have the potential to completely reshape our transportation system, but the big question for New Yorkers is how they will affect the transportation scene in the Big Apple.

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Microsoft Surface Phone= HP Elite X3 + Blackberry DTEK 60 + Panasonic FZ-X1?

By: Rob Enderle     11/28/2016

Next year Microsoft is rumored to release the Surface Phone which, ideally, should learn from all of the current Blackberry, Panasonic and HP business phones to become something more than a niche device.

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Making Sense of SpaceX, Boeing and Other Mega Satellite Broadband Projects

By: Doug Mohney     11/22/2016

SpaceX's plan to put a whopping 4,425 satellites into low earth orbit (LEO) is the boldest plan for adding global non-terrestrial broadband capacity, but it isn't the only one by far. Eleven companies filed plans describing non-traditional - non-geosynchronous (GEO), lower flying, many satellites - …

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The Abysmal Pace of New PC Tech

By: Doug Mohney     11/22/2016

While storylines of the death of the PC have been running since the release of the iPad and the wave of tablets, it is clear that style has overtaken substance when it comes to desktop computing.

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Five Ways Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Customer Experience

By: Special Guest     11/22/2016

AI is transforming the way companies interact with customers. That's good news since the ability to consistently deliver an excellent customer experience is critical for companies in today's hyper-competitive economy. Here are five ways AI is changing the customer experience:

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How AI Could Make You a Much Smarter Looking Person

By: Rob Enderle     11/21/2016

While some people fear artificial intelligence (AI), companies like Intel are embracing it to help people look smarter and make better decisions.

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