Intel reported completing its $15.3 billion deal for Mobileye, the Israeli developer of advanced vision systems for self-driving cars, and now holds 84% of Mobileye's shares. The chip company will continue buying Mobileye shares through Aug. 21.
Broadband providers and network operators need to be prepared for an increase in data consumption as virtual-reality headsets become more popular. Data consumption from VR headsets is expected to rise 650% to hit 21,000 PB in 2021, a Juniper Research report states.
Samsung Electronics has developed a 1-terabit V-NAND flash memory chip that will be available in enterprise solid-state drives next year. The company plans to stack 16 Tb chips in a single package to offer a data-storage capacity of 2 terabytes.
Essential Products' premium smartphone should be on shelves in time for the holiday season with help from prominent investors that include Amazon, Tencent Holdings and Foxconn. The $699 Essential phone, boasting a titanium and ceramic case, will be offered exclusively through Sprint and Best Buy.
AlienVault has teamed up with SpyCloud to create a plug-in that monitors the dark web for stolen credentials. Notifications are sent to users when a match for domain credentials has been found on dark web forums and sites, while users with SpyCloud accounts can also access more details about the breach.
Any good internet of things effort starts with strong leadership and a dedicated global group for IoT, writes Bob Violino. Have clear roles within this group while being open to outside expertise as needed.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced the final version of its National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Cybersecurity Workforce Framework. The framework details a common vocabulary among cybersecurity professionals to boost workforce communication, education and training.
It's an age-old question in business. What should an owner do to raise more working capital? CompTIA recently assembled a trio of financial experts to share their thoughts and insight on that dilemma at ChannelCon. The CompTIA Blog has the story.
Success in the tech economy
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