Day: February 18, 2021

Amazon just cut $80 off the price of this HP touchscreen Chromebook – CNET

The student-friendly X360 swings easily between laptop and tablet. …read more Source:: CNet

CrowdStrike Buys Log Management Startup Humio for $400M

CrowdStrike plans to use Humio’s technology to continue building out its extended detection and response platform. …read more Source:: DarkReading

AI will take construction robotics from hype to reality

Buildots attaches 360 cameras onto project managers’ hardhats to collect footage inside the construction site, flagging problems to be solved and tracking construction progress. …read more Source:: ZDNet

The race to put cars in the cloud is … confusing

It’s not a surprise that a company should want to spread its bets and adopt a multicloud strategy. But it gets more complicated in the automotive sector for two big reasons. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Huawei will reportedly more than halve its smartphone output in 2021 – CNET

The Chinese tech giant expects only to ship 70 million phones this year, a report says. …read more Source:: CNet

Apple Outlines 2021 Security, Privacy Roadmap

Latest Apple Platform Security update folds iOS, macOS and hardware into security 2021 roadmap. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Laser Galvos and an ESP32 Recreate Old-School Asteroids

Playing Asteroids now isn’t quite what it used to be when it came out 40 years ago. At the time, the vector-scan display was part of the charm; making do with an emulator running on a traditional raster display just doesn’t quite do it for purists. But if you manage to build your own laser-projector…

1Kosmos Secures $15 Million in Series A Funding From ForgePoint Capital

Cybersecurity startup exits stealth mode to address identity and credential compromise. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Android 12 developer beta is here, with updates to make your phone run smoother – CNET

The early release comes as the tech world has been shaken by Apple’s privacy updates to its own operating system. …read more Source:: CNet

Microsoft is cutting Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC support from ten years to five

Microsoft is making it tougher for users who’ve looked to Long Term Servicing Updates as a way to avoid feature updates for Windows 10. …read more Source:: ZDNet