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What is Wi-Fi 6 and why you're going to want it

No individual device on your wireless network may run that much faster, but your total speed will increase.

Microsoft Azure: Everything you need to know about Redmond's cloud service

Second only to AWS among cloud providers, Microsoft Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud-based computing services available to businesses, developers, government agencies, and anyone who wants to build an app or run an enterprise without having to manage hardware.

How Juniper is moving to an open-source mindset

Randy Bias, Juniper Networks’ VP of Technology and Open Source Software, tells ZDNet about Juniper's upcoming open source projects and what it'll take to get them off the ground.

Gabb Wireless offers parents the world's dumbest smartphone

The aspiring "safe" wireless carrier for kids' phones has taken the nuclear option of removing virtually all apps as well as any app store.

Google changes how the Escape key is handled in Chrome to fight popup ads

Google Chrome v76 is getting a new security feature to fight popup spam.

Microsoft releases first Chromium-based Edge preview for MacOS

Microsoft officially has released the 'Canary' version of its Chromium-based Edge browser for MacOS. Developer and beta previews for MacOS are 'coming soon.'

What makes Google Cloud Platform unique compared to Azure and Amazon

Since the 1980s, there’s been a rule that three major competitors don’t last long in a technology market. For Google to stay relevant and remain in contention, it has to keep innovating and changing the rules.

Mixed reality: Google punches back with Glass Enterprise Edition 2

Following its now-famous consumer flop, Glass team has achieved enterprise redemption.

Google beefs up Glass for modern workplace realities

The latest incarnation of the resurrected AR headset matches a well-supported Android platform with a powerful new processor.

How to fully protect your Mac against Zombieland bug, and how badly the fix affects performance

According to Apple, patches only go so far in protecting Macs from the Zombieland (MDS) bug, and the company recommends that customers who believe they are at heightened risk of attack should disable hyper-threading. Problem is, this has an enormous effect on performance.

Microsoft Surface Headphones are $105 off at Amazon right now

It's the best deal we've ever seen for Microsoft's over-ear headphones.

What Google Cloud Platform is and why you’d use it

The challenger in any competitive market has greater incentive to produce sharper and more customer-focused products and services. Google has to make a bigger splash, and for a company that isn’t known for being flashy, it’s not doing a bad job.

CRM Watchlist Winners with Distinction part two: Salesforce

Salesforce and Adobe were the two CRM Watchlist 2019 Winners with Distinction. Last week, I covered Adobe. This week, Salesforce. Want to know why Salesforce has the impact it has? Think culture. And then think everything else.

Zebra Technologies buys prescriptive analytics software firm Profitect

Profitect's core platform analyzes data from across the value chain for customers in the retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) industries.

How TD Ameritrade CIO Vijay Sankaran approaches innovation, voice interfaces, VR

ZDNet's Larry Dignan catches up with TD Ameritrade CIO Vijay Sankaran to talk shop about the company's approach to innovation, agile development and how to pick innovation projects.

Three ways consumer goods leaders are investing in the future

Consumer Goods (CG) companies have three clear opportunities to upgrade their resources to create a stronger business for the future. Direct-to-consumer sales, customer service, and data will power the next decade for CG leaders. The future of CG belongs to brands that can own, manage, and effectively use data. Unfortunately, for many CG brands, accessing and deploying data is a challenge.

Brazil fares badly in self-driving vehicle readiness

Lack of research and government incentives make the country an unfavorable environment for driverless initiatives, a study has found.

You are what you eat: 10 companies Apple gobbled up in the past year

Apple has been on a bit of an acquisitions binge over the last year. With WWDC nearly upon us, which of these acquisitions might show up as part of technology showcases during the event's keynote? Read on to find out.

Arduino just unveiled four new powerful and cheap Nano boards

Four new Nano boards join Arduino's lineup.

Windows 10 version 1903: Is it safe to install yet?

Microsoft is taking an extra cautious approach to the rollout of the latest Windows 10 feature update. Windows 10 version 1903 should be released to the general public soon. Should you install the new update or wait?