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Mobile Shopping Apps Linked to Digital Wallets: A Loyalty-Driving Duo

A mobile wallet is an obvious answer for brands who want to seamlessly enroll, engage, and retain loyalty members, with 79% of U.S. consumers in a recent study saying they are more likely to join a loyalty program that does not require carrying a physical card.

PRODUCT REVIEW

Poly Voyager 60 Series Earbuds Provide a Premium Audio Experience

The Poly Voyager 60 Series Earbuds offer an unparalleled audio experience that is ideal for enterprise and remote workers, as well as for personal entertainment use.

DOJ, Five Eyes Nations Unite To Dismantle Russian Cyber-Espionage Network

The U.S. Department of Justice has another feather in its cyberwarfare cap after taking down the cybercrime network of Turla, a criminal gang linked to Russia called one of the world's most sophisticated cyber-espionage groups.

Could Bartenders Close the Growing Tech Skills Gap in Cybersecurity?

Some industry researchers suggest that hiring cybersecurity talent from non-traditional backgrounds, like bartenders or schoolteachers, is an ideal outside-the-box solution.

Ubuntu 23.04 ‘Lunar Lobster’ Lands With Newly Minted Cinnamon Desktop Flavor

This latest release is significant for enterprise users and consumers alike. For enterprises, it steps up deployment and customization at scale, and for consumers, it provides a desktop option missing from Ubuntu's collection -- Cinnamon.

Lazarus Hackers’ Linux Malware Linked to 3CX Supply-Chain Attack

New cyber research connects the infamous North Korea-aligned Lazarus Group behind the Linux malware attack called Operation DreamJob to the 3CX supply-chain attack.

Will Walmart Using Generative AI Break Open Pandora’s Retail Box?

Whether Walmart succeeds in winning over its customers could directly impact other retailers to follow suit. Either way, a key factor is collecting their insights.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

The AI Revolution Is at a Tipping Point

We spoke with Rootstrap co-founder and machine learning expert Anthony Figueroa about the issues surrounding the need for developer controls of machine learning and the potential need for government regulation of artificial intelligence.

To Combat Generative AI Email Threats, Fight Fire With Fire

With a deep understanding of an organization and how the individuals within it interact with their inbox, AI can determine for every email whether it is suspicious and should be actioned or if it is legitimate and should remain untouched.

Leaky Pet App Dilemma Can Lead to Serious Cybersecurity Problems

Dubbed pet tech, pet industry developers use the technology to improve the health, well-being, and overall quality of pets' lives. Apparently, they also use it as a source of data acquisition that puts users' security at risk.

HEALTH AND MEDICINE

Digital Health Care Flourishing Despite Legal, Logistical Hurdles

The telehealth age of medical care is gaining momentum even as online medical services strive to overcome barriers to expanded services. Patients applaud the quick solutions that keep them out of time-consuming and costly in-person doctor appointments and pharmacies.

Is ChatGPT Smart Enough To Practice Mental Health Therapy?

Online therapy is a booming industry, and now AI-powered chatbots are starting to roll into the territory. The arrival of ChatGPT and its enhanced language ability to deal with human interaction might soon be a revolutionary alternative to divulging your darkest mental health issues to a human thera...

Personal Data Harvesting and How To Reduce Your Digital Footprint

It is time to tackle the growing problem of removing your personal data from uncontrolled online displays, and there are solutions within your grasp. Protect your identity, reputation, and assets with these strategies to delete your data from public record websites and other online dens of inequity.

Business Conditions Prime for More Open-Source Contributors

Companies that established open-source program offices over the last few years now need more C-suite oversight to drive education, awareness, and use of open-source software. That sets the stage for an expanded role of open-source program officers.

SPECIAL REPORT

Waging War on the Sextortion Epidemic

Digital Forensics Corporation is waging war to protect and educate the public about a rapidly growing trend in cybercrime dubbed sextortion, where online predators target teens and young adults with threats to expose sensitive personal photos.

New White House Cyber Policy Met With Praise, Cautionary Concerns

The new policy urges more mandates on the firms that control most of the nation's digital infrastructure. It also preaches an expanded government role to disrupt hackers and state-sponsored entities.

US Marshals Service Breached by Ransomware Attack

U.S. Marshals Service spokesperson Drew Wade said in comments to news outlets on Feb. 27 that the agency received a ransomware demand and found a data exfiltration event that affected the agency's stand-alone computer system.

AI-Smart Flowy Automates Accessibility Fixes To Make Websites Usable for All

One of the product’s key features is its recommendation engine, which provides developers with suggested code fixes to address accessibility issues efficiently.

How Puppy Linux Saved the Day

A work-at-home neighbor, meaning someone with no tech support handy, suffered a seriously malfunctioning computer just hours before a work project was due. Yes, it was Windows!

Distributed Workforces and the Human Cloud, Tech’s Recession Busters

Two of the most noticeable benefits a distributed work model brings are cost-effectiveness and worker efficiency, which can help companies recognize direct and indirect savings.

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