Mountain View, CA-based Egnyte is combining its Protect and Connect platforms into a single Content Services platform. As data has expanded, business has become more geographically dispersed, and data protection regulations have increased around the world, so it has become more important for...
On February 9, 2020, amidst the ongoing coronavirus outbreak (“2019-nCoV”) in China, in order to protect personal information collected during the fight against coronavirus, such as the personal data of diagnosed patients, suspected patients and individuals who have been in close contact with...
Jacqueline Rogers a South African entrepreneur has laid claims to own the first pregnancy app, My Pregnancy Journey on the continent.
According to Jacqueline who is also the founder, the app delivers required information on the challenges facing women and girls in Africa.
The mobile educational...
While there are many hundreds of pirate sites and hundreds of millions of pirates around the globe today, for many years it was Sweden that generated a disproportionate number of news headlines covering the phenomenon.
With a population that had become exceptionally comfortable with file-sharing...
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This week we have four newcomers in our chart.
Frozen 2 is the most downloaded movie.
The data for our weekly download chart is estimated by TorrentFreak, and is for informational and educational reference only. All the movies in the list are Web-DL/Webrip/HDRip/BDrip/DVDrip unless stated otherwise...
As it tackles 5G, Apple might be trying to rid itself of its dependance on Qualcomm
Qualcomm will provide its Snapdragon X55—its 5G modem chip—for Apple’s newest iPhone model, but the phone maker has reportedly decided to design the phone’s antenna in-house, according to a Fast Company exclusive....
A recent RetailX roundtable discussion, sponsored by Bis Henderson Recruitment, focused on diversity in the supply chain.
A recent social media post by journalist Hopewell Chin’ono shared a Facebook post by a person claiming that CABS had been hacked and funds were being withdrawn:
Someone has got illegal access to the CABS payment system. Funds are being withdrawn from accounts. Reports are being made at the...
After elections in May 2019, and Brexit in January 2020, the European Union is now launching its new agenda of reform for the five years to come, and so are we. In “the European Human Rights agenda for the digital age”, we are asking EU lawmakers to put human rights at the center of any upcoming...
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Despite significant growth, in the number of women working in technology and IT role, female representation in the sector has stalled over several years. The gender issue in technology, no doubt needs to be tackled.
I, recently, had a chat with Uzondu Uba, Communications Manager, Semicolon, on Tech...
Two independent directors join the Domain Name Commission board for a three-year term.
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The British Retail Consortium (BRC) is calling for the UK government to broker a fair deal with the EU to ensure that retailers aren’t forced to pass on higher import costs to consumers – 52%25 of whom voted for it in Brexit – come 1 January 2021
Greetings from Atlanta, GA (Dwarf House, a.k.a. the Original Chick-fil-A restaurant pictured), and Charlotte, NC. This week’s issue will be entirely devoted to the implications of Judge Marrero’s decision (here) on the telecommunications industry. Because of word constraints, we are going to push...
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In the United States, federal courts are still being swamped with lawsuits against alleged BitTorrent pirates.
While copyright holders avoid some unfavorable jurisdictions, these companies are a common sight in others, such as Southern Florida.
Over the past year or so, adult entertainment company...
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As the week comes to a close we take a look at the stories that resonated most with our readers.
From gadget grading, Samsung v. Apple and quality control in networking to this year’s botched Mobile World Congress – here’s a quick look at this week’s top articles:
4. 3 Reasons Why Samsung’s Galaxy...
If the satellite broadband ISP business model pans out, millions of jobs will be created
Earlier this month, Elon Musk tweeted an invitation to a job fair at the new SpaceX production and launch facility near Boca Chica, Texas. As shown here, the tweet says they want hard-working, trustworthy...
While most if not all gaming companies have piracy issues to contend with, Nintendo is among the most aggressive when it comes to protecting its intellectual property rights.
The company has a multi-pronged strategy that tackles the issue from almost every conceivable direction. When sites create...
This week, we announced the winners of Gaming Like It's 1924, our game jam celebrating the works that entered the public domain in the US this year. Just like last year, over the next few weeks we'll be spotlighting the winners from each of our six categories (in no particular order), and...