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The surveillance-as-a-service industry needs to be brought to heel

Yet another example of government surveillance affecting smartphones from Apple and Google has emerged. Enough, already!

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Noteworthy tech acquisitions 2022

Global tech deals continued at a quickened pace in 2021 despite the economic drag of the pandemic, nearing $3 trillion in value before the final quarter was even calculated. Can 2022 match that for blockbuster activity?

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Human digital twins and evolution: The real Westworld?

At the moment, digital twins are rudimentary and limited. But as they evolve, could we wind up with Westworld-type twins that could be a boon to productivity?

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There’s just one thing businesses can do about the ‘splinternet’ — adapt

It’s time to let go of the belief that a single global internet was ever going to be possible and embrace the real world of many separate internets.

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The business user's guide to Google Voice

Google Voice can add a whole new layer of power into your professional phone setup — once you figure out how to use it. Here's help.

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Apple doesn’t want a metaverse, it wants a better universe

Apple will want to take AR to the intersection of technology and the liberal arts to augment and enhance human capabilities.

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Slack adds video and screenshare to Huddles audio chat

Huddles have become the fastest-adopted feature in Slack’s history, the company said, helping reduce time spent in online meetings.

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Q&A: Four business leaders on their 4-day workweek pilot plans

Seventy small businesses in the UK are now trying out a four-day workweek as part of a six-month trial coordinated by the non-profit 4 Day Week Global and think tank Autonomy. Leaders at four of the firms explain what they're doing...

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14 ways Google Lens can save you time on Android

Google Lens can turn you into a mobile-tech magician, but it's up to you to learn its tricks.

Intelligent workspaces - Redefining the future of work

Hexnode's CEO on Apple in the enterprise and the transformation of the workplace

Hexnode founder and CEO Apu Pavithran, talks about the future of work, Apple's growth in enterprise IT and even a little about MDM.

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Trouble with Windows? You have support options

Where you turn in case of problems with Windows depends on which version you're running, whether it involves a work computer or one at home, and whether you have IT help or you're on your own.

The dangers of embracing cryptocurrency

Do not invest company assets in crypto, hoping for a big score to keep the lights on in tough times. It's a scam.

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How tech companies are responding to the talent gap

Tech companies face a dearth of workforce talent, which has led many organizations to hire through non-traditional approaches that include coding bootcamps, low-code training, and focusing on population areas outside the norm.

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Microsoft delivers solid Windows-focused updates for June's Patch Tuesday

This month's Patch Tuesday updates deal with 55 flaws in Windows, SQL Server, Microsoft Office, and Visual Studio, and include a zero-day vulnerability in a key Windows component.

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How iPhone users with Windows PCs can get 'Continuity Camera' features now

When Apple announced Continuity Camera at WWDC, plenty of iPhone users with Windows PCs might have felt a little left out. Camo is coming to the rescue.

Will COVID's legacy be a healthier workplace?

If there's any silver lining to disasters, it's that they can quickly change rules and behaviors in ways that save many more lives over the long term. It's the same with COVID.

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Big tech platforms sign up to the EU Commission’s new Code of Practice on Disinformation

Major technology platforms have joined 34 signatories in committing to the EU Commission’s attempts to fight online disinformation by removing financial incentives and empowering researchers and fact checkers.

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12 handy hidden tricks for Google Calendar on Android

Upgrade your agenda with these tucked-away time-savers in the Android Calendar app.

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What the EU Qualcomm ruling means for big tech antitrust efforts

Four years after the chipmaker was fined for breaking EU antitrust rules, a court has overturned the judgement citing “procedural irregularities”. Could this mean less scrutiny of big tech in the future?

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Jamf CIO: Apple will be the No. 1 enterprise endpoint by 2030

In an interview, Linh Lam, CIO at Jamf, explained how Apple's current momentum in the enterprise is likely to build on itself over the next several years.

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