Secure and Manage Apple Devices at Work
Jamf Now is a device management solution for your Macs, iPads and iPhones. It’s cloud-based, so you can manage and protect your devices anytime from anywhere.
Microsoft Reveals Third Party Add-ins to Outlook on Android
Microsoft just revved up its Outlook Android app making it more productive and fun for users. In a recent announcement, the tech giant announced that it has updated the software to now support a variety of third party add-in apps.
Makers Of HipChat Challenge Slack With New App Called Stride
With an increasingly global workforce, team collaboration tools are essential in the running of today’s businesses. Indeed, it would be hard to imagine how team members, who may be located on opposite sides of the globe, could manage to get any work done without these apps specifically designed for business needs. Currently, Slack is leading the pack among cloud-based office collaboration software, but a challenger has arrived with Atlassian launching of a new app called Stride—a souped up version of its existing communication service HipChat.
Microsoft and Amazon’s AI Assistants Are Working Together
Usually, tech companies keep each other at arm’s length, unwilling to share new technologies with the hope of besting their competitors. However, it appears that Microsoft and Amazon, two of the major players in the AI digital assistant arena, are bent on bucking the trend. Apparently, both companies want their respective assistants, Cortana and Alexa, to get friendly with each other.
Apple Schedules September Products Event —Will the iPhone 8 Ne Included?
Will we finally see an iPhone 8 launch this coming September? That just might be the case as recent reports state that Apple has already picked a date next month to release its newest lineup which could include the highly anticipated smartphone.
Facebook’s AI Bots Have Created Their Own Language
Would you terminate your employees if they started keeping secrets from you? Basically, Facebook did just that when two of its experimental AI bots started to converse in a language totally alien and undecipherable to researchers.
Google Aims To Improve The Relationship Between Humans And AI
Google announced Monday a new initiative geared towards improving the relationship between humans and artificial intelligence (AI).
New Feature on Apple’s iPhone 8 Could Delay Its Release
Apple has a history of being secretive about their products until they are launched. However, that does not stop leakers from revealing some details about them.
Apple Presents Source Code For Machine Learning Framework
Apple’s recent WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) saw the unheralded release of Core ML, which will reportedly make it easier for developers to come up with machine learning tools across the Apple ecosystem.
Microsoft Launches Surface Pro With 13-Hour Battery Life
Microsoft unveiled the new Surface Pro during a recent event in Shanghai, touting faster performance for the gadget on the strength of its seventh-generation Intel Core processor..
Microsoft Releases Windows 10 S in Response to Chrome Challenge
Microsoft has promised stability and security to users as it launched Windows 10 S, a stripped down operating system (OS), to ward off the increasing threat posed by Google Chrome OS.
Google Assistant SDK Released Today
Google today announced the release of the Google Assistant SDK. The SDK will allow developers to include Google Assistant interactions in their hardware prototypes.
Using Cloud Data to Build a NCAA Tourney Bracket
Welcome to the first of two days of low workforce production and nail biting moments that lead into 3 glorious weeks March Madness. The first round of 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament tips off today and it should be another doozy of an experience. With everyone scrambling to get their brackets in before the 12:15pm EST, hundreds of thousands bracketologists spent the last few days studying stats, algorithms, trends, match ups, or just favorite mascot to complete their winning pool entry(s).
Apple Publishes AI Research Paper on Using Adversarial Training to Improve Realism of Synthetic Imagery
Earlier this month Apple pledged to start publicly releasing its research on artificial intelligence. During the holiday week, Apple has released its first AI research paper detailing how its engineers and computer scientists used adversarial training to improve the typically poor quality of synthetic, computer game style images, which are frequently used to help machines learn.
Government Plays a Key Role in the Internet of Things
Government around the world play a key role in whether IoT becomes a mainstream technology sooner rather than later according to Cisco IoT expert Maciej Kranz. Kranz recently posted an excerpt of his book Building the Internet of Things on the Cisco Innovation blog.