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Founded in 2009, Agari perviously partnered with PayPal, Yahoo and Google to create the DMARC authentication protocol.
The FBI said it would retain the data to "aid in establishing patterns of activity" to help discover new criminals when they arise.
The company's platform is tapping into the 80 percent of health care data that is unstructured, with the ultimate goal of advancing "the science of medicine, not the art of medicine."
Nutanix with Citrix VDI is expected to run enterprises a bit more than $400 a year. That price could open the market up a bit for mid-sized businesses.
Google's 'Project Abacus' wants to replace passwords and pins with biometric logins -- and banks will do the initial testing soon.
If you're running Windows 10 on a budget PC, or a system that's a few years old, then the upcoming Windows Anniversary Update might require a hardware upgrade.
International police and cybersecurity agencies tackle the row over strong encryption -- but their answer is likely to cause almost as many headaches as government-ordered backdoors.
SoftBank's Pepper, MasterCard and Pizza Hut Asia are gunning for so-called "conversational commerce experiences to merchants and consumers." The big picture is about more automation and replacing pricey humans.
Confluent Platform 3.0 ships, with a GA release of Kafka Streams. And Confluent Enterprise now includes a new commercial tool: Confluent Control Center.
We continue our week long series on Amazon innovation with a look at how Amazon implemented Prime, a new kind of loyalty program that is driving Amazon's dominance across industries as diverse as product delivery and online video streaming.