Day: February 4, 2020

Ransomware Attack Hinders Toll Group Operations

Customers took to Twitter to air their grievances after some of the transportation giant’s operations were downed. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Iowa caucus app debacle: What went wrong? – CNET

A smartphone app, developed by a company called Shadow, Inc, is at the heart of mess that has delayed the results in Iowa. …read more Source:: CNet

Best gifts for her for Valentine’s Day 2020 – CNET

These thoughtful, romantic gifts are fail-proof. …read more Source:: CNet

Snap misses on revenue but attracts more daily users – CNET

The company’s stock dropped more than 11% in after-hours trading. …read more Source:: CNet

Google Fiber Kills Its Traditional TV Service For New Customers

Google Fiber, the division of Google parent company Alphabet that provides fiber-to-the-premises service in the U.S., today announced that it will no longer offer traditional TV bundles with news, sports, premium, and local broadcast channels. From a report: Current subscribers to Fiber plans that include TV won’t see their existing service modified or changed, but…

Google Says Developers Can Now Purchase Latest Smart Glasses

Google is making it easier for developers to purchase the latest version of its smart glasses, with the company saying on Tuesday that the Glass Enterprise Edition 2 is now available from some hardware resellers. From a report: “We’ve seen strong demand from developers and businesses who are interested in building new, helpful enterprise solutions…

Canterbury Tales app brings Chaucer to iOS and Android – CNET

After decades of research and a bit of help from the late Terry Jones, a 600-year-old manuscript comes to life. …read more Source:: CNet

Amazon Prime parody site sells ‘hot singles near you’ – CNET

What if you could order a date from Amazon too? …read more Source:: CNet

UK to ban new gasoline-powered cars in just 15 years – Roadshow

In a boost to electric vehicles, the British government accelerates its ban from 2040 to 2035. …read more Source:: CNet

Infor is now a Koch company: Megacorp swallows cloud ERP outfit after investing billions in early-stage funding

Golden Gate Capital jettisons equity before IPO can kick in Cloudy ERP outfit Infor has been picked up by Koch Industries after investment biz Golden Gate Capital sold off its remaining equity stake.… …read more Source:: TheRegister