Daily Archives: July 2, 2019

How Mitel helped bring baseball to London

Rich McBee is President and CEO of Mitel. Under his leadership, Mitel has doubled revenue to more than $1 billion, emerged as a global leader in the business communications market with #1 market share in Europe and the fastest growing cloud communications business in the world. What services did Mitel …

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Google wants to open source web crawlers

In an effort to push for an official web crawler standard, Google has made its robots.txt parsing and matching library open source with the hope that web developers will soon be able to agree on a standard for how web crawlers operate online. The C++ library is responsible for powering …

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Samsung finally bringing ‘Night’ photo mode to US Galaxy S10 phones

Samsung’s dedicated and much-refined Night photo mode is finally coming to the US, and it’s starting with the AT&T Galaxy S10 Plus phones, according to XDA Developers.  The proper Night mode improves on the lackluster original version after various updates, which have been available in the S10 line…but only for …

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Microsoft Office is getting better on virtual desktops

New features are coming to Office 365 to help improve its functionality in virtualized environments, including the upcoming Windows Virtual Desktop service, according to a new blog post from Microsoft. After acquiring former partner FSLogix last year to improve virtualization in Office 365, Microsoft has now integrated its container technology …

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How Marvel Games could make an Avengers/Spider-Man crossover work

In September 2018, Marvel and Insomniac Games rocked our webbed socks with the launch of Marvel’s Spider-Man, a PlayStation 4 exclusive that deservedly brought one of the greatest fictional characters of all-time into the videogame spotlight once again.  Saying the title was well-received is an understatement, as it web-zipped up …

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Interoperability keeps enterprises competitive | TechRadar

The age-old adage of ‘if it’s not broke, why fix it’ has become embedded in the way large enterprises operate around the world. But as the way we work continues to shift, particularly with the entrance of millennials and Gen Zs into the global workforce, the challenge of bridging generational …

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Canon turns to crowdfunding for its latest IVY REC camera

Crowdfunding platforms such as Kickstarter have become a popular way for individuals and companies to raise enough money to bring projects to life, but it tends to be startups and smaller companies that rely on this route. So news that Canon is relying on crowdfunding website Indiegogo for a new …

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Walmart’s 4th of July sale: save up to $500 on 4K TVs

If you don’t want to wait for Amazon Prime Day to snag a killer deal on a TV, then you can take advantage of Walmart’s 4th of July sale that’s going on right now. You can score huge savings on best-selling 4K TVs from top brands like Sceptre, Vizio, TCL, …

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Sonos finally gets Google Assistant in the UK

Sonos speakers just got that little bit smarter in the UK, bringing Google Assistant to its smart speakers via a free update six months after this happened in the US. Sonos has, to a certain extent, led the charge for smart capabilities in high-end audio systems. Back in 2017 it …

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