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2017 cybercrime trends; White House details AI's scary impact on jobs

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2017 cybercrime trends: Expect a fresh wave of ransomware and IoT hacks

This year companies were rocked by over 90 million cyberattacks. In 2017 the number could double. Cybersecurity expert Sameer Dixit explains how new innovation leads to increased vulnerability.

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Trump-Clinton race went to new lows in second debate, and social media exploded

The real reason companies don't take security seriously: Their money isn't on the line

Security revenues to pass $100b by 2020, says new report

If there's a tech skills shortage, why are so many computer graduates unemployed?

CIO Jury: IT leaders don't trust Google hardware in the enterprise

Google Pixel phone: The smart person's guide

Google Assistant: The smart person's guide

Amid security concerns, Google's Allo virtual assistant is still worth a look

Report: Tech sector growing, but IT is hemorrhaging jobs

​Windows 10: Microsoft reveals new features to guard against crashes and give firms more control

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Microsoft adds intelligent cloud collaboration features to Office 365

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How IBM Watson expanded its repertoire to become a virtual job trainer

How Honda's F1 race engines use IBM Watson to analyze data, boost efficiency, and shape strategies

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