It's communicating a simple message about Google's new phone. Or is it?
San Francisco-based cloud software startup People.ai is building data "pipelines" using machine learning that will automate much of the drudgery of updating contacts in systems such as Salesforce.com. CEO Oleg Rogynskyy tells ZDNet the result can be saving executives 20 percent to 40 percent of their busywork.
While researchers are looking forward, hackers are going back to their roots to create new attacks from the ashes of old ones.
While in Edinburgh, I caught up with Linus Torvalds. He confided his thoughts about returning to Linux, the Code of Conduct, and some software, BPF, which is fundamentally changing how the Linux kernel and user space work together.
The initial applications, built with Oracle's Blockchain Cloud Service, are tailored for supply chain use cases.
IBM, yes IBM, has been giving its workers the choice of moving to Macs and they've been moving to them quickly. This, in turn, has led IBM to create, and now open source, a Mac system administration program: Mac@IBM code.
Recording financial business transactions is fundamental to the success of any company. And matching financial accounting software to your business needs requires rational comparative research. These guidelines,...
Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky said the aim is to "support innovative data projects that will make a meaningful difference in the world."
Going beyond typical chatbots built for a single purpose, the Oracle Digital Assistant can be trained to support domain skills from multiple applications.
Over the past few years, Microsoft has embraced the Android operating system with surprising enthusiasm. With a large collection of apps for business available in the Google Play Store, you now have everything you need to turn an Android device into a Microsoft phone.
Samsung says its start of 7nm production using extreme ultraviolet lithography will mean higher performance. Read more: https://zd.net/2J9OFK9