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Spain Votes In Repeat General Election Amid Catalonia Tensions

The repeat polls were called after Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez failed to secure support from other parties following an inconclusive election in April which saw his Socialist party win the most votes, but no working majority in parliament. Opinion polls however suggest this new election will fail to break the deadlock. Neither the left nor […]

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Change these 4 new security settings in iOS 13 now

If you’ve (successfully) upgraded to iOS 13 or just got hold of a new iPhone 11 or 11 Pro, there are new security settings in Apple’s latest operating system you need to learn and use. Here’s what’s important to understand. Fight back against robocalls There were 26.3 billion robocalls in the U.S. in 2018. It’s

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University-customized Alexa devices will answer students’ questions

Saint Louis University (SLU) has rolled out 2,300 Alexa-powered Echo Dot virtual assistants to all of its student living spaces to provide answers to university-related queries about events, speakers on campus and more. The university also plans to extend use of the artificial intelligence assistant into classrooms and meeting rooms in future and aims to

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VMware expands its security range with vSphere Platinum — a new version of its virtualization software that has security integrated into the hypervisor

VMware is expanding its security range with a new version of its virtualization software that has security integrated into the hypervisor. “Our flagship VMware vSphere product now has AppDefense built right in,” VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger told the audience at VMworld 2018, which kicked off this week in Las Vegas. “Platinum will enable virtualization teams

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VMware’s Project Dimension (edge computing), Project Magna (artificial intelligence) and Project Concord (enterprise blockchain) were all previewed at VMworld

Fully baked products weren’t the only technologies on display at the VMworld conference in Las Vegas this week; VMware previewed three in-the-works projects related to edge computing, artificial intelligence and enterprise blockchain. The first is Project Dimension, which aims to deliver the functionality of VMware’s cloud offerings to the edge as a managed service. Project

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Also, Web IDE now lets developers preview a JavaScript web app, to view changes in real time

GitLab 11.2 devops platform gets better Android, Jira, Hangouts integration The Version 11.2 release of the GitLab devops platform enhances its Web IDE editor as well as Android support. With its client-side evaluation capability, Web IDE now lets developers preview a JavaScript web app, to view changes in real time. Fixes can be tested before being committed

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The hackathon will be a platform for driven individuals and teams to collaborate and produce ideas, solutions and prototypes to solve some of the most pressing issues impacting urban mobility in the country

NIVIDIA announced its partnership with the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog) to support MoveHack, the government think tank’s Global Mobility Hackathon. An integral part of NITI Aayog’s first Move: Global Mobility Summit, the hackathon will be a platform for driven individuals and teams to collaborate and produce ideas, solutions and prototypes to solve

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PCWorld sits down with Dan Bouvier, the architect behind its Raven Ridge integrated CPU, to find out what’s coming next.

AMD’s historical strength has been its fusion of CPU and graphics, combining its powerful Radeon graphics cores with CPUs that now include the Ryzen generation. So where are AMD’s integrated chips going next? On Monday during the Hot Chips semiconductor conference in Cupertino, California, AMD’s Dan Bouvier, corporate vice president and chief architect of client

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Vijay Mukhi, India’s internet guru passes away

One of India’s oldest technology evangelists, and famously known as India’s internet guru, Vijay Mukhi passes away on January 9 Widely known as India’s internet guru, tech evangelist Vijay Mukhi passed away at his Mumbai residence on January 9. He had reportedly suffered a heart attack. Considered to be one of the pioneers of the

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The announcement underscores Dell Technologies commitment to help customers realize their digital future by safely navigating the complex IoT landscape.

Dell Technologies unveiled its Internet of Things (IoT) vision and strategy, a new IoT division as well as new IoT specific products, labs, partner program and consumption models. The announcement underscores Dell Technologies commitment to helping customers realize their digital future by safely navigating the complex and often fragmented IoT landscape. IoT, a new distributed

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