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Paris, France -- Huawei's splashy launch of its flagship P30 and P30 Pro phones revealed devices that have improved on the cutting-edge technology displayed in the company's Mate 20 series, released last fall. We have already reported on many of...
An attempt to switch to a Facebook Business account caused firm to lose page for weeks. Co-owner says he may have gone to a fake page
Today's podcast looks at a new security guide for Canadian small business, the discovery of new Android bank malware and a new tool to help track trouble
Asus fixes updating software backdoor; Facebook bans white separatists; Twitter releases new dark mode for iOS. It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to Hashtag Trending. It’s Friday, March 29th, and I’m your host, Tom Li. In Tuesday’s...
Patrons get to park for free after malware hits payment machines
The volume of unstructured data is exploding, and so are the associated security risks, says one content management expert. Unstructured data includes any information, such as multimedia, that doesn’t fit neatly into a database. According to Gartner, the overall volume...
Canadian AI pioneers win Turing Award; MacBook keyboards continue to fail; FTC hits robot callers with massive fines.   It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to Hashtag Trending. It’s Thursday, March 28th, and I’m your host, Tom...
Toronto-based BlueCat Networks is the latest example of a vendor that's made its business on proprietary software code, yet is dabbling more with open source collaboration on Github. BlueCat launched its repositories, under the banner of BlueCat Labs, on the...
Two of Canada's artificial intelligence (AI) pioneers have won the 2018 Association for Computing Machinery's (ACM) A.M. Turing Award along with another peer and will share the $1 million prize. The University of Toronto's Geoffrey Hinton, University of Montreal's Yoshua...
Commission recommends common EU approach to the security of 5G networks, but will allow ban if a manufacturer doesn't comply with its standards