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Humans actually think like computers, a Johns Hopkins study says
You think you're unique and natural? Take this test and see whether you actually think like a computer.

CFOs betting big on AI, machine learning, robotics process automation as business goes digital
A Grant Thornton survey of CFOs found finance leaders will invest in emerging technologies with real returns on investment.

Interacting with cars: What's on the horizon?
From button-free functionality to AR windshields, Nuance Communications tells us what to expect from upcoming automotive interfaces.

Microsoft tech support scammer pleads guilty to defrauding victims of $3 million
Suspect admits role in criminal operation within a week after being arrested.

National Archives of Australia concerned with capability to become cyber resilient
While the government entity is implementing a cyber resilience framework, its director-general has reservations around its capability to ensure full compliance.

KT 5G being launched by Ericsson
KT’s 5G network will be commercially launched in early April, with the Korean carrier partnering with Ericsson for the deployment.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G reportedly launching April 5
The Korea Herald has reported that Samsung's 5G smartphone will launch on April 5 without pre-orders.

Customers and partners driving new VMware Cloud updates
Updates to VMware Cloud Foundation, VMware vCloud Director, and CloudHealth by VMware, as well as increased access to Cloud Foundation-based services via new VMware Cloud on AWS regions.

Over 100,000 GitHub repos have leaked API or cryptographic keys
Thousands of new API or cryptographic keys leak via GitHub projects every day.

Senate Committee happy for Consumer Data Right Bill to be passed in current form
Despite hearing concerns around the Bill's ambiguity, lax privacy, and rushed nature, the Senate Economics Legislation Committee has still decided to recommend its passage.

Geoscience Australia to be Top 4 compliant after discovery of unknown rogue file
Following a poor audit result and the discovery of a rogue file, the government entity will be compliant with the now superseded Top 4 mitigation strategies for cybersecurity come June 30, 2019.

Artificial intelligence and the future of smartphone photography
3-D sensors coming to this year's smartphones are just the tip of a wave of machine learning-driven photography that will both correct shortcomings of smartphone pictures and also provide some stunning new aspects of photography.

Zuora satisfies Q4 targets, shares down on light guidance
The company reported a Q4 net loss of $20.67 million, up from a loss of $13.4 million in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018.

Facebook: We stored hundreds of millions of your passwords in plain text
Facebook, Facebook Lite and Instagram passwords were stored in a 'readable format', with hundreds of millions of affected users expected to be notified.

eBay adds Google Pay to its managed payments program
eBay says the addition of Google Pay represents a significant step in giving its customers more flexibility in how they pay.

Nokia firmware blunder sent some user data to China
Company behind Nokia smartphones accidentally left a data collection package inside some Nokia 7 Plus devices' firmware.

Police Federation hit by ransomware attack
Police association says databases and servers hit by "malware attack which encrypted data" and also deleted some back-ups.

Micron Technology weathers memory market, sees rebound for data center, mobile, 5G, IoT demand
The memory market and DRAM and NAND pricing hasn't gone so well for Micron, but the company is optimistic about future demand on many fronts.

T-Mobile begins piloting in-home LTE internet service
The carrier said the goal is to connect up to 50,000 homes this year using fixed unlimited wireless service over LTE.

Microsoft's TypeScript programming language rising fast, almost makes top 10
Microsoft TypeScript is popular and it's here to stay as a prominent language, according to analyst RedMonk.