The frightening future of robocalls: Numbers and voices you know — FOX59

Written by Samantha Murphy Kelly It’s a scene from a modern-day horror movie: The call is coming from inside the house. But it’s not just any call. It’s from you. This played out one recent Wednesday evening when my iPhone’s caller ID flashed my own phone number, along with a picture of my face. It… via The frightening future of robocalls: Numbers and voices you know — FOX59 Continue reading The frightening future of robocalls: Numbers and voices you know — FOX59

Concerns about new plane ground Boeing stock rise — Financial Post

Boeing soared early in 2019 and lifted the Dow Jones Industrial Average with it. Now concerns about the safety of the newest version of its flagship airplane have halted the momentum. Shares rose 36 per cent in January and February thanks to steady orders for Boeing jetliners, including its popular 737. Then came Sunday’s deadly… via Concerns about new plane ground Boeing stock rise — Financial Post Continue reading Concerns about new plane ground Boeing stock rise — Financial Post

Spotify goes public, not through an IPO — Escp Europe Finance Society

Spotify will go public before the end of the first half of 2018 and has already filed confidentially with U.S. regulators for an initial public offering. Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Allen & Co to advise on the listing, acting as commission brokers that will only help selling the shares. Spotify, the privately held Swedish […] via Spotify goes public, not through an IPO — Escp Europe Finance Society Continue reading Spotify goes public, not through an IPO — Escp Europe Finance Society

Tech giants under fire for the app that tracks women in Saudi Arabia — The Penenberg Post

Over the last few days, Apple and Google Play were accused of enabling gender repression in Saudi Arabia, through an e-government app where men can track and control the movement of women. Business Insider defined Absher as a “government web service that allows men to specify when and how women can cross Saudi borders, and […] via Tech giants under fire for app that tracks women in Saudi Arabia — The Penenberg Post Continue reading Tech giants under fire for the app that tracks women in Saudi Arabia — The Penenberg Post

Kingston to Highlight Encrypted USB Drives, Enterprise SSDs and Server Premier Memory at RSA Conference 2019 — Financial Post

FIPS-Certified, Award-Winning IronKey Encrypted USB Drives to Headline Display Kingston Encrypted Solutions Provide Necessary Data Protection Both Inside and Outside the Network Firewall FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. — Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, today announced it will showcase its line… via Kingston to Highlight Encrypted USB Drives, Enterprise SSDs and Server Premier Memory at RSA Conference 2019 — Financial Post Continue reading Kingston to Highlight Encrypted USB Drives, Enterprise SSDs and Server Premier Memory at RSA Conference 2019 — Financial Post

Apple’s working on a powerful, wireless headset for both AR, VR — NewsAnnapurna

Apple CEO Tim Cook has nothing but praise for augmented reality, saying it’s a technology that’s potentially as important as the iPhone. It turns out he may have big plans for virtual reality too. The company is working on a headset capable of running both AR and VR technology, according to a person familiar with […] via Apple’s working on a powerful, wireless headset for both AR, VR — NewsAnnapurna Continue reading Apple’s working on a powerful, wireless headset for both AR, VR — NewsAnnapurna

Samsung Has to Pay Apple $539M for Infringing Patents — The Daily Commission

On Thursday, jurors in the U.S. District Court in San Jose, California increased the amount of damages that Samsung must pay Apple from $399 million to $539 million. via Samsung Has to Pay Apple $539M for Infringing Patents — The Daily Commission Continue reading Samsung Has to Pay Apple $539M for Infringing Patents — The Daily Commission

Inside Indiana Article on Hot Innovations

Top Stories Principal: New Purdue Polytechnic HS Targets Workforce The founding principal for the second Purdue Polytechnic High School location in Indianapolis says the school’s mission is to make sure all students have access to a high-quality education. Plans for the new school, which will initially be located in a former Central Indiana Community Foundation building in Broad Ripple, were announced this morning. Keeanna Warren says serving in her new role fulfills a goal she set when the first Purdue Polytechnic High School was unveiled. Read More WATCH: In an interview with Inside Indiana Business reporter Mary-Rachel Redman, Warren outlined some of … Continue reading Inside Indiana Article on Hot Innovations