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Softbank COO says “there is no certainty” that there will be another Vision Fund, as the firm is “anxiously looking” at fallout from Khashoggi’s…

Financial Times : Softbank COO says “there is no certainty” that there will be another Vision Fund, as the firm is “anxiously looking” at fallout from Khashoggi's disappearance   —  SoftBank has voiced its doubts about the likelihood of a second $100bn Vision Fund for the first time …

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Riassunto: Mouser Electronics e Grant Imahara lanciano la nuova serie All Things IoT su come la tecnologia è destinata a ridefinire il modo in cui…

HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mouser Electronics Inc. e il famoso ingegnere Grant Imahara hanno lanciato oggi un nuovo video d’introduzione di All Things IoT (Tutto ciò che c’è da sapere sull’IoT), l’ultima serie del premiato programma Empowering Innovation Together™ di Mouser. La serie All Things IoT è sponsorizzata dai stimati fornitori di Mouser Digi International, Maxim Integrated, Murata e TE Connectivity. Il testo originale del presente annuncio, redatto nella lingua di partenza, è la version

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Samenvatting: Lenovo en Scale Computing werken samen om randinfrastructuurproblemen voor retailers op te lossen

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY), een Global Fortune 500-bedrijf en een technologieleider in Intelligent Transformation, en Scale Computing, een marktleider in intelligente randoplossingen, kondigde vandaag een wereldwijd partnerschap aan en een nieuw gezamenlijk product dat een oplossing biedt voor randinfrastructuur voor wereldwijde retailers, gedistribueerde ondernemingen en kleine en middelgrote bedrijven. Deze bekendmaking is officieel geldend

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Meet Helm, the startup taking on Gmail with a server that runs in your home

Enlarge (credit: Helm) There’s no doubt that Gmail has changed the way we consume email. It’s free, it gives most of us all the storage we’ll ever need, and it does a better job than most in weeding out spam and malware. But there’s a cost to all of this. The advertising model that makes this cost-free service possible means some of our most sensitive messages are being scanned for clues about who we are, what we care about, and what we do both online and offline. There’s also the possibility of Google either being hacked or legally compelled to turn over contents. On Wednesday, a Seattle-based startup called Helm is launching a service designed to make it easy for people to securely take control of their email and other personal data . The company provides a small custom-built server that connects to a user's home or small-office network and sends, receives, and manages email, contacts, and calendars. Helm plans to offer photo storage and other services later. With a 120GB solid-state drive, a three-minute setup, and the ability to store encrypted disk images that can only be decrypted by customers, Helm says its service provides the ease and reliability of Gmail and its tightly coupled contacts and calendar services. The startup is betting that people will be willing to pay $500 to purchase the box and use it for one year to host some of their most precious assets in their own home. The service will cost $100 per year after that.

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