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The idea is to enable power to travel alongside existing power lines using AT&T Labs-created components, such as low-cost plastic antennas, a radio distributed antenna system (RDAS), mmWave surface wave launchers and inductive power devices.
DAILY VIDEO: British Airways data breach exposes 380,000 customers to risk, and a watchdog group bypasses Google controls to buy divisive political ads.
Millennials are more likely to recommend what kind of tech works best on the job—and they’re also more optimistic about their employer’s state of tech deployment/innovation.
The C480 ML rack server is stacked with powerful Intel chips and Nvidia V100 GPUs to help businesses adopt artificial intelligence at scale.
Join eWEEK Senior Editor Sean Michael Kerner as he discusses what the California Consumer Privacy Act is and how it will it impact US vendors, its relationship to GDPR, and what controls and approaches are needed for compliance.
In this eWeek Data Point article, using industry information and data from GreatHorn, which specializes in cloud-native email security, we identify key trends fueling phishing’s success within the enterprise.
NEWS ANALYSIS: As AWS has scaled out, it now perceives a need for new-gen functionality inside DBs that are easier to manage, not as expensive to maintain, and more flexible in integrating and moving workloads.
Organizations can use this hybrid cloud service to develop, deploy and manage applications more easily and securely across on-premise and cloud infrastructures, Google says.
At its second annual Frontiers users’ conference, Slack detailed enterprise adoption as well as recent and planned improvements to the popular messaging platform.
DAILY VIDEO: IBM identifies ongoing FIN6 attacks against PoS targets, and Google claims its MasterCard data deal doesn't violate privacy rights.