Internet of Things


Huawei to invest $3.1 billion in Italy but calls for fair policy on 5G: country CEO

By Reuters | July 15, 2019

MILAN (Reuters) – China’s Huawei Technologies said it will invest $3.1 billion in Italy over the next three years, as the Chinese telecoms giant called on Rome to ensure the “transparent, efficient and fair” use of its ‘golden power’ on

The Verge

Who’s listening to your AI device?

By The Verge | July 13, 2019

Google contractors are transcribing customers’ audio clips from the company’s AI assistant, and can end up listening to “sensitive” conversations, according to The Verge, citing a report by Belgium’s VRT NWS. Only 0.2% of recordings are transcribed by humans, Google responded. Amazon’s Alexa

Cloud Flare

Cloudflare Registers Trademark for The Network is the Computer®

By CloudBuzz | July 12, 2019

Former Sun Microsystems phrase highlights Cloudflare’s leadership in serverless edge computing San Francisco, CA, July 11, 2019 — Cloudflare, a leading Internet security, performance, and reliability company, today announced that it has successfully registered with the United States Patent and

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Amazon customer helpline not required, says Europe’s top court in boost for e-commerce

By Reuters | July 10, 2019

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – U.S. online retailer Amazon (AMZN.O) does not have to provide a helpline phone number to consumers, Europe’s top court said on Wednesday in a ruling that could boost e-commerce merchants. Amazon found itself in the dock after

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Amazon has asked for permission to launch 3200 broadband satellites

By MIT Technology Review | July 9, 2019

The firm has filed an application with the FCC to join SpaceX, One Web and others in launching a constellation of satellites to provide broadband internet. The plan: Amazon has asked for permission to launch 3,236 satellites into orbit as

Endpoint Security

Your Ability to Recover From Disaster Depends on Your Willingness To Prepare

By Steve Prentice | July 8, 2019

The best disaster recovery strategies are baked into your digital infrastructure from the very beginning The 1986 nuclear disaster at Chernobyl in the Soviet Union has been on people’s minds a lot lately, following the groundbreaking HBO series that examined

BBC Tech

Amazon at 25: The story of a giant

By BBC Tech | July 7, 2019

Amazon at 25 There’s no guarantee that can be a successful company. What we’re trying to do is very complicated,” said Jeff Bezos in 1999, just five years after launching the online firm. That the firm’s founder was so

A Turbulent Year: The 2019 Data & AI Landscape

By CloudBuzz | July 4, 2019

The 2019 Data & AI Landscape It has been another intense year in the world of data, full of excitement but also complexity. As more of the world gets online, the “datafication” of everything continues to accelerate.  This mega-trend keeps

Ronald van Loon

6 Important Steps to Building a Successful Factory of the Future

By Ronald van Loon | July 2, 2019

What is the factory of the future? Is it a synonym to Industry 4.0, or is it a different concept in its own right? Industry 4.0 and the factory of the future might sound similar, but they are different in


Tesla says single battery module caused car fire in Shanghai, has changed vehicle settings

By Reuters | June 28, 2019

BEIJING/TOKYO (Reuters) – Electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) said on Friday a single battery module caused a car to catch fire in Shanghai and it had revised its vehicle settings to further protect its batteries following an investigation

The atlantic

Electric Cars Still Face a Major Roadblock

By CloudBuzz | June 27, 2019

I have an old Jeep that’s on its last leg. We’ve rebuilt the transmission and replaced most of the suspension, at a cost that far outstrips the hypothetical value of the car. It runs, but just. It burns oil like

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Amazon Introduces Counter in the U.S. – Where Customers Can Pick Up Their Package and Shop Too

By Amazon News | June 27, 2019

Available today at more than a hundred Rite Aid stores in the U.S., and growing to over 1,500 by year’s end, Counter enables quick and easy pickup of packages Over time, the Counter network will expand to thousands of other