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Amid concerns of spying, Germany bans kids smartwatches
After having already banned a smart doll earlier this year, Germany's Federal Network Agency has also ruled smartwatches aimed at minors as illegal, citing security and privacy concerns. Read more...
China and Linux Dominate Supercomputing
The US, which has been the supercomputing leader since the 1960s, now plays second fiddle to the Chinese.
ITPro SnapShot: What Else Happened This Week? (November 10-17, 2017)
ITPro SnapShot offers a short and snappy round-up on recent industry-related announcements and news around the globe.
ITPro SnapShot: What Else Happened This Week? (November 10-17, 2017)
ITPro SnapShot offers a short and snappy round-up on recent industry-related announcements and news around the globe.
China and Linux Dominate Supercomputing
The US, which has been the supercomputing leader since the 1960s, now plays second fiddle to the Chinese.
Tesla Powerbank: A portable battery to charge your gadgets on the go
Featuring the same cell as found in the batteries inside its Model S and X electric vehicles, Tesla has released its own portable battery for those looking to add a little more Tesla to their lives. Read more...
Emergency calls from LTE Apple Watch may be possible without a phone plan
According to a post on Reddit, it appears that the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE may be capable of making calls to emergency services even without an activated cellular service, albeit rather slowly. Read more...
Trekstor may release Windows 10 Mobile smartphone in 2018
Trekstor is testing the waters for a new Windows 10 Mobile handset via an Indiegogo campaign. The WinPhone 5.0 is projected to arrive in March 2018 with early bird backing available from $270. Read more...
FAQs: A Closer Look at the Requirements and Functions of Just-in-Time VM Access in Azure
Three times a week, John Savill tackles your most pressing IT questions. Today, he explains Just In Time virtual machine access in Azure.
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