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Learn about four of the thousands of open source projects combating the spread of coronavirus. Work is hard right now. COVID-19 makes it a challenge to stay focused and motivated. But it was cathartic for me to do some research into how the open source community is responding to the global pandemic. Since the end …

It’s no secret; Verizon Fios is the perfect platform for gamers, and we’ve now taken it one step further by teaming up with Google for a significant gaming announcement. Verizon and Google are partnering to deliver the best games to more gamers than ever before. With Fios, there’s no added surcharges, no broadcast or regional …

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an enormous amount of changes in how people work, play, and communicate. By now, many of us have settled into the routine of using remote communication or videoconferencing tools to keep in touch with our friends and family. In the last few weeks we’ve also seen a number of lists …

Google Cloud announced it’s making Google Meet, Google’s premium video-conferencing solution, free for everyone with availability rolling out over the coming weeks. Starting in early May, anyone with an email address can sign up for Meet and enjoy many of the same features available to G Suite’s business and education users, such as simple scheduling …

Watch out, these applications have vulnerabilities with the highest share of exploits used by cybercriminals. Microsoft Office Suite, Android applications, and browsers are the three most common targets of cybercriminals during cyber attacks, according to the latest analysis of the AO Kaspersky Lab which was conducted for Q3 2019. These three accounts for 95.41% of …

Many of those that are familiar with the maker movement, including me, believe there is a significant opportunity to apply open source design principles and mass-scale collaborative distributed manufacturing technologies (like open source 3D printing) to at least partially overcome medical supply shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic. Already, an Italian hospital saved COVID-19 patients’ lives by …

UNICEF and Microsoft Corp. announced the expansion of a global learning platform to help children and youth affected by COVID-19 continue their education at home. The Learning Passport started off as a partnership between UNICEF, Microsoft and the University of Cambridge, and its departments Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment, designed to provide education for displaced …

AI-based chatbots or digital assistants stand to change the way we interact with business applications, not just consumer ones. The main benefit is the ability to get immediate responses to queries via natural local language, without having to download apps or get training. While we have the freedom to engage in user-friendly experiences in our …

Across the world, governments and health authorities are working together to find solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic, to protect people and get society back up and running. Software developers are contributing by crafting technical tools to help combat the virus and save lives. In this spirit of collaboration, Google and Apple are announcing a joint …

Software intelligence company Dynatrace, today announced it is ‘In Process’ to attain Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Authorization at a moderate impact level. Achieving FedRAMP Authorization from the General Services Administration (GSA) FedRAMP Program Management Office (PMO) will allow federal agencies to benefit from the AI-powered, end-to-end observability capabilities of the Dynatrace® Software …