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DAILY VIDEO: A judge says Apple infringed on Qualcomm IP but won't ban iPhones, and the web's founder launches Inrupt to improve internet privacy.
The findings by the ITC judge are a split decision for Qualcomm, but the full commission can still review the conclusions in the ruling.
PRODUCT REVIEW: Once you get used to using it, Samsung's S pen becomes a truly important part of the user experience, or UX, as it’s commonly called. A bonus is that the integrated tylus includes Bluetooth Low-Energy connectivity to add a wider range of on-screen presentation and creativity...
While this “data everywhere” philosophy is great for efficiency, it’s devastating to traditional security models because they fail to protect data, especially when both the user and the data are beyond the security perimeter.
DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm claims Apple gave trade secrets to Intel, and a virtual analyst for Adobe Analytics helps uncover customer insights.
Adobe updates its Adobe Cloud Platform as the Adobe Experience Platform and designates it as the “data foundation for customer experience management.” It also started the Open Data Initiative with Microsoft and SAP as partners.
“The main thing we want to accomplish is balance,” Microsoft Vice President Gaurav Sareen told eWEEK. “We want Outlook to be trusted by IT and loved by users.” Sounds simple, but this is not a trivial task to accomplish.
This eWEEK Data Point article examines challenges that businesses across vertical markets face when it comes to the network and how an effective edge strategy can alleviate those concerns.
By adding slides to presentations that already include documents, spreadsheets and a chat function, Quip Slides offers a single application that enables teams to better collaborate and get work done faster, Salesforce said.