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Smartphone Shipments plummet

Deepak Singh
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Worldwide smartphone shipments declined 18.3% year over year to 300.3 million units in the fourth quarter of 2022 (4Q22), according to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.

Hacktivists leveraged malware to destabilize critical infrastructure

Subha Bhargavi
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The latest OT/IoT security report from Nozomi Networks Labs finds wiper malware, IoT botnet activity, and the Russia/Ukraine war significantly influenced the 2022 threat landscape. Continuing the trend that was observed in the first half of 2022, Nozomi Networks Labs researchers saw hacktivists shift tactics from data theft and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks […]

Worldwide PC shipments registers a sharp decline, reveals Gartner

Subha Bhargavi
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Worldwide PC shipments totalled 65.3 million units in the fourth quarter of 2022, a 28.5% decrease from the fourth quarter of 2021, according to preliminary results by Gartner. This marks the largest quarterly shipment decline since Gartner began tracking the PC market in the mid-1990s. For the year, PC shipments reached 286.2 million units in […]

Top 10 Tech Trends for 2023 from Baidu Research

Deepak Singh
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Baidu Research, a leading AI research lab initiated by Baidu, has released its predictions for the top 10 technology trends of 2023, including big models, digital-real convergence, virtual-real symbiosis, autonomous driving, robotics, scientific computing, quantum computing, privacy computing, ethics in technology, and sustainability. Baidu will also showcase its latest tech innovations, including those that are […]

Lenovo highlights the importance of data in improving global stability and security

Subha Bhargavi
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Lenovo has announced the results of the ‘Data for Humanity’ report, which cites a collaborative approach to data as fundamental to improving global stability and security. The research indicates that companies successfully using data across several business areas are more likely than others to be taking action against humanitarian challenges. This same group, dubbed Data […]

Hybrid work fosters innovation in employees, reveals VMware

Subha Bhargavi
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Almost all (81%) of survey respondents in the Middle East believe their organization is more innovative if employees are in the office, according to research unveiled by VMware. The study, “The Distributed Work Dilemma: When Innovation and Job Satisfaction Compete,” conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of VMware, highlights how survey respondent’s views on
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