By ZDNet Editors
for IT Facts
| November 6, 2003 -- 14:43 GMT (06:43 PST)
| Topic: CXO
According to IDC
Two cybersecurity myths putting your business at risk from hackers
Finland testing AI assistant to help citizens navigate the public administration
Internet of Things
Smartphone-assisted urine test for kidney diseases attracts investor attention
Top 10 apps for iPhone users
How AI and machine learning can help you defend the enterprise from cyberattacks
Five emerging cybersecurity threats you should take very seriously in 2019
Ransomware isn’t the only cyberthreat your business will face this year. Here are five emerging threats that leaders need to know about.
Microsoft just made Windows 10 updates a little easier to understand
Microsoft once again changes definitions of Windows 10 updates, but it should make life simpler.
Facebook prefers to recruit from Google over Twitter employees
Searching publicly available information across the web has revealed some interesting insights about Facebook’s workforce.
AI helps diamond industry guarantee your engagement ring is perfect
Americans are very concerned with the diamond shopping process -- but AI can help this Valentine’s Day.
Can Amazon, Facebook, Google be tamed by being forced to share their data?
A major German party thinks mandatory data-sharing with rivals and the public can rein in Big Tech.
Ex-Apple lawyer in charge of stopping insider trading charged with insider trading
Exec told workers not to trade Apple shares using inside information and then did it himself, says the SEC.
Google Docs' new API will automate your repetitive contracts, reports, invoices
Google's new Docs API tackles boring manual document-based workflows.
Programming languages: Python rides high but Groovy is cool again with developers
Groovy sees a jump in popularity after years on the periphery of Tiobe's top 50 programming-language rankings.