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Global 5G users projected to reach 1.5B by 2024

With 5G technology expected to hit the ground running in 2020, widespread adoption of the service will follow. More about Networking Data and analytics company GlobalData reported the number of global 5G subscriptions is expected to hit 1.5 billion in the next five years. The Asia-Pacific region will lead the way in 5G adoption, accounting […]

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NXP i.MX 8M-powered MaaXBoard offers long-lived support, RPi HAT compatibility

The MaaXBoard’s use of an enterprise-targeted SoC with at least a decade of support from the manufacturer could undercut the issues seen with budget Raspberry Pi competitors. Embest, a division of Phoenix-based electronics firm Avnet, unveiled the MaaXBoard single-board computer (SBC) on their website earlier this month. While the Raspberry Pi remains the most popular […]

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How Aptos ONE transformed transactions in retail

Digital transformation initiatives are crucial for success in today’s retail industry. Here’s an example of how one technology is changing the game. More about Innovation Sportswear retailer Under Armour reported ringing in more than 7,000 transactions in three days using groundbreaking point of sale (POS) and mobile selling solutions. With retail technology solution company Aptos, […]

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SQL Server takes a turn towards Kubernetes and big data

SQL Server 2019 big data clusters bring relational and unstructured data together in a world where you don’t have to curate data before using it. More about Windows Originally, the SQL database service on Azure and the SQL Server product were based on different code. Some years back, Microsoft unified the code base so that […]

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Most Fortune 500 companies still opaque about security measures

A Bitglass survey said 52% of the world’s most profitable companies do not have any language on their websites about how they protect the data of customers. Cloud security company Bitglass released a survey today on the security policies of the companies populating the Fortune 500 list, finding that most had little public information about […]

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Verizon pledges to bring 5G to 100 Title 1 schools for AR/VR powered curriculum

Verizon announced a 5G expansion of their Innovative Learning initiative, providing technology and internet access to under-resourced schools. Deployment of 5G mobile networks are still in the early stages, as carriers have a long road ahead in deployments of the next-generation mobile network technology. However, Verizon is prioritizing access for education, announcing an initiative at […]

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Open source developers: Stop blocking organizations you don’t like

Seth Vargo doesn’t like ICE, which is fine, but yanking his Chef library is not. Here’s why. Image: Ildo Frazao, Getty Images/iStockphoto We seem to be forgetting the “open” part of open source. Over the past year, the industry has scrummed over re-licensing open source software under proprietary terms to enable vendors to uniquely monetize […]

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How to easily collect data from you Linux data center server

Find out how to gather all the configuration and diagnostic information you need about a Linux server with a single command. We all love data. It’s almost as though IT couldn’t function without it. So much so, we go to great lengths to collect data about our systems, services, clients, and much more. But what […]

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How to easily collect data from your Linux data center server

Find out how to gather all the configuration and diagnostic information you need about a Linux server with a single command. We all love data. It’s almost as though IT couldn’t function without it. So much so, we go to great lengths to collect data about our systems, services, clients, and much more. But what […]

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How to become an Alexa developer: A cheat sheet

Alexa has evolved beyond the Amazon Echo into one of the hottest and most ubiquitous platforms in tech. Learn how developers and businesses can leverage the technology. The launch of the Amazon Echo and its voice service, Alexa, brought virtual assistants out of our smartphones and into our homes and offices. While the Echo is […]