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IT SECURITY ANALYSIS: Fresh on the heels of a cryptomining explosion in the last quarter of 2017, 2018 began with threat actors diversifying their cryptomining tactics, broadening their reach to Android, Mac, cryptomining malware and experimenting with new innovations in browser-based attacks.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: 2019 will be a huge year for technology change, and there are some products that both have been announced and that we expect will be announced that we're looking forward to this year. Here are several of them.
PREDICTIONS 2019: Intelligent automation is the next phase in automation, focused on management, scale and integration of people and machines. Here are some predictions for this sector for 2019.
eWEEK is creating a new series of articles which examine all sectors of IT and present up-to-date research and analysis on the leading companies in each space. It's all designed for enterprise buyers of hardware, software, services and cloud products to have more and better information in hand...
New survey also looked at the top holiday gifts and how much Americans will spend on IT gifts this year. The survey showed that the No. 1 electronic gift on American wish lists this year is a computer or laptop (21 percent), followed by a new smartphone (19 percent) or a TV (11 percent).
DEVELOPER CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS: Two-day Samsung event introduces what’s next in AI and ML development for Bixby, SmartThings and the smartphone category.
The OnePlus 6T, which features a 6.41-inch AMOLED display, 8GB of memory and 128GB of internal storage, includes an edge-to-edge screen.
With prices expected to range from $287 to $345, the Honor 8X handset is slated to come to the U.S. later in 2018.
PRODUCT REVIEW: Once you get used to using it, Samsung's S pen becomes a truly important part of the user experience, or UX, as it’s commonly called. A bonus is that the integrated tylus includes Bluetooth Low-Energy connectivity to add a wider range of on-screen presentation and creativity...
“The main thing we want to accomplish is balance,” Microsoft Vice President Gaurav Sareen told eWEEK. “We want Outlook to be trusted by IT and loved by users.” Sounds simple, but this is not a trivial task to accomplish.