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Google’s new ‘Assignments’ software for teachers helps catch plagiarism

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Just in time for the new school year, Google’s  educational arm, Google for Education, today announced the launch of new tools aimed at helping teachers fight plagiarism. The company this morning is unveiling Assignments, an […]

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Broadcom to acquire Symantec’s enterprise security software business

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Chipmaker Broadcom is buying cybersecurity specialist Symantec Corporation’s enterprise security business for $10.7 billion in cash, the companies announcedThursday. The deal signals Broadcom’s continued efforts to diversify beyond its main memory-chip business. Symantec (SYMC) is America’s […]

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Top Software Trends Not to Ignore in 2019 and Beyond

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Introduction Software development is every growing field and the industry always keeps stepping forward for the adoption of new technologies. What started with a simple website development has now reached the complex […]

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Apple releases iOS 12.4 with potential software support for Apple Card

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While iOS 13 is right around the corner with a ton of new features, it isn’t quite ready just yet. Apple has just released iOS 12.4, a new stable update. There aren’t many radical […]

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Bye Bye B2B (Software)

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Historically, there has been a distinction between business-to-consumer (B2C) software and business-to-business (B2B) software, but in recent years, the line between the two has fast been fading, if not disappearing completely. Enterprise […]

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Don’t study for your final exam. Let software write it

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hat if students could sleep in on the day of the final examination and let a computer program take the test for them? Let’s imagine a hypothetical adaptive software program — call […]

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Starting your own business? Take advantage of this software sale.

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The colossal failure that was the Fyre Festival is a cautionary tale about what NOT to do when planning, well, anything. Just because it sounds good in your head and looks good on […]

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Data-spewing Spectre chip flaws can’t be killed by software alone, Google boffins conclude

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Google security researchers have analyzed the impact of the data-leaking Spectre vulnerabilities afflicting today’s processor cores, and concluded software alone cannot prevent exploitation. The Chocolate Factory brainiacs – Ross Mcilroy, Jaroslav Sevcik, […]

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