Cloudflare Chief Executive Officer Mattew Prince discusses the company's Athenian Project, a free service offered to U.S. state and local governments to help prevent hackers from interfering with the 2018 mid-term elections. From Bloomberg Technology.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the number of passwords you're forced to remember? Join the club! It's infuriating how complicated they are and how frequently we're forced to change them. But password complexity is absolutely critical these days, as shown by the growing number of online data breeches—which in the case of the Equifax breach, exposed nearly 150 million U.S. consumers. So why are we so bad at coming up with strong passwords? Our team helps you understand our password hate using mixed reality. From NBC Left Field.
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Home water monitoring systems are getting a consumer-friendly upgrade. Phyn and Buoy let you see how much water you're using, which devices are leaking and can shut off water remotely via a smartphone app. From CNNMoney.
When it comes to computers, Microsoft is a brand that we all know and love. But does this tech company deserve our trust? From TheTalko.
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James Quincey, Coca-Cola Co.'s chief executive officer, explains how technology is changing the way the company is doing business. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Technology." From Bloomberg Technology.
Driverless cars will remain a niche proposition until Lidar, the expensive sensor tech that enables them, can be produced quickly and cheaply. Leslie Hook, the FT's San Francisco correspondent, reports. From Financial Times.
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Apple has already admitted to slowing down your iPhone, but is it on purpose? They haven't admitted to planned obsolescence, but it has been a business strategy used since the early 1900s. From Cheddar.
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