Drunk Roomba? iRobot May Not Have a Fix For Weeks

A software update that made people’s Roombas act like they’re drunk may not be fixed for several more weeks.

Federal Reserve Disrupted Due to Operational Error

The Federal Reserve’s operations were disrupted Wednesday, due to an “operational error.”

Starlink Will Double Speeds and Cover Most of the World This Year

Starlink internet service is poised to expand to much of the world, and double in speed, later this year.

Standalone Microsoft Office Update and Text Prediction Coming Soon

Microsoft is preparing updates to its venerable office suite, including two big features: continued support for the standalone, non-365 version and text prediction.

Facebook ‘Refriends’ Australia, Will Allow News On Platform

The spat between Facebook and Australia appears to be mended for the time being, with the two reaching an agreement.

Qualcomm Taps Sophos to Protect 5G Snapdragon PCs

Qualcomm is turning to Sophos to help protect 5G-enabled Snapdragon PCs, with its Intercept X endpoint protection.

France May Regulate Early Smartphone Renewals

France is looking to enact legislation that would restrict wireless carriers from using commercial offers to entice users into early upgrades.

eCommerce at Scale Through Product Configurator

eCommerce is growing at a phenomenal rate. On average, 71 percent of consumers express at least some frustration when shopping is impersonal. Because of that, it comes as no surprises that from 2015 to 2018, interest in customized products grew…

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