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WhatsApp to launch dedicated chat apps for businesses

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

The app for SMBs will be free, while another fee-based app is in the works for larger enterprises.

Which brands topped the social media Movers and Shakers list in 2017?

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

You do not have to be a new, hot technology in order to get consumers talking about your brand. Consumer engagement can happen across all brands -- if you get it right.

Robotics in business: Everything humans need to know

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

An executive guide to the technology and market drivers behind the $135 billion robotics market.

Why Android Oreo stacks up well as a major update

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

Do you know exactly how to eat an Oreo? Sorting the update's major improvements into three layers can help determine if it's love at first bite.

Sun set: Oracle closes down last Sun product lines

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

Oracle is shutting down SPARC and Solaris. Good bye, Sun. It was nice knowing you.

How Apple is turning Siri into its next great platform

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

Apple might not be courting device makers as hosts for its voice agent, but recent shifts show that Apple is stepping up Siri's evolution from oracle to platform.

Chief digital officers emerge in business transformation efforts

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

Chief information and technology officers still lead the pack in Constellation Research's Business Transformation 150- list, but digital and innovation specialists have gained footing.

Video of man getting beaned by robot demonstrates need for novel safety mechanisms

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

Airbags might provide crucial protection where humans and robots work side by side.

Microsoft extends by three months its Windows 10 S-to-Pro free upgrade offer

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

Microsoft is giving Windows 10 S users an extra three months to upgrade for free to Windows 10 Pro if they decide applications they need still aren't in the Windows Store.

A critical Apache Struts security flaw makes it 'easy' to hack Fortune 100 firms

Sep. 5th, 2017 | ZDNet

Servers and data stored by dozens of Fortune 100 companies are at risk, including airlines, banks and financial institutions, and social media sites.

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