IN THIS ISSUE: Low-code, No-Code Tools; What's Coming in Android Q; Rasperry Pi 4 Defect; 77-Patch Tuesday; IoT Explosion Warnings; Getting More from Teams
IN THIS ISSUE: Robots to Kill 20M Jobs by 2030; AI Creates More Jobs than it Destroys; How Good is Your Machine Learning?; What's Next for Wi-Fi at 20; Bill Gates Admits Failure; Why to Invest in Your Retail Employees; GDPR is Just the Beginning; Wood Comes to 3D Printing
IN THIS ISSUE: Robotics in the Military; Chrome Changes on Ad Blockers; Impinj Sues NXP; Huawei Seeks 'Play Store' Content; WhatsApp Snoop; Hyper-threading Goes Dark in ChromeOS; A TensorFlow Primer; What's Coming in Android Q
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IN THIS ISSUE: AWS Dominance Grows; Teaching Criminals to Code; MIT Makes Heat-conductive Polymer; Oracle v. Google Goes to Supreme Court; MS Adds 'Decision' to Azure; Amazon Warehouse Robots a Decade Away
IN THIS ISSUE: Google Previews IDE Plug-ins; Debut of the Robotic Dog; Samsung's Latest Galaxy Stays in the Fold; Apple Calms Qualcomm 5G Battle; Researchers Develop Molecular Barcodes; How Secure is OpenVPN Really?
IN THIS ISSUE: ASUS Server Hacked; Google DeepMind Flunks Basic Math; Boston Dynamics Gets 3D Vision; Intel's 56-Core Xeon; MIT, NASA Build Adaptable Wing; Enterprise-class Raspberry Pi
IN THIS ISSUE: JFrog Acquires Shippable; 10 Firecracker Facts; Sweden Could Ditch Cash; Google App Rejection on the Rise; Aging CMS Systems; Top 10 Languages of 2018; Salesforce Targets Mobile Apps; Enterprise Trends in 2019
IN THIS ISSUE: Qualcomm Invests in AI; Researchers Hack Fingerprints; Developing IoT Apps; Sprint's 5G Rollout; Blockchain as a Service; IT Losing Control
Qualcomm Ventures, the chip-maker's investment arm, has launched the AI Fund to spur growth in artificial intelligence start-ups.
IN THIS ISSUE: Kotlin Improves Stability; Google Toughens Captcha; Kilogram Redefined?; Another Spectre, Meltdown Security Scare; Developing a GPS Replacement; Google Gears Firebase for the Enterprise
Code written with the latest release of the Kotlin JVM-compliant language can now be executed without a virtual machine.