Hilco Streambank is seeking to auction off Hhgregg's intellectual assets, including company websites and trademarks and the company's customer database. The chain is expected to close its remaining 144 stores after Memorial Day weekend, and the intellectual property sale is pending court approval.
OWL Cybersecurity on Wednesday shared its 2017 darknet index, a ranking of companies based on data found on the darknet, which OWL says can help the companies gauge their cybersecurity efforts over time. Amazon ranked as having the biggest presence on the darknet, while tech and telecommunication companies were the most targeted, the index showed.
Around 96% of households own a television, making it the top technology device in the US, per Consumer Technology Association research. Three of every five technology products have screens -- including TVs, laptops and smartphones -- and these numbers are only expected to grow, as 20% of consumers will buy a TV or laptop this year, while 33% plan to buy at least one smartphone, says CTA's Steve Koenig.
T-Mobile has created a new app called Digits; it allows users to connect their phone numbers to other internet devices, such as laptops, tablets and work phones. The new option will be rolled out for free to all T-Mobile numbers on Wednesday.
The Singapore government has made good on its promise to invest in digital transformation projects by earmarking $1.73 billion to smart nation technology. The funds will be used to upgrade communications infrastructure and implement data analytics and internet of things sensors.
Experts estimate that a quantum computer capable of breaking through cryptography being used today will be available by 2026, and we need to begin preparing with quantum-safe cybersecurity solutions, writes Scott Totzke. We need to seek out solutions before everyday tasks such as sending emails, checking bank accounts and driving connected vehicles become vulnerable, Totzke writes.
University of Michigan researchers have found that the streamlined process of "accelerated evaluation" of driverless vehicles could save time and costs and speed up testing time for the technology. Mcity researchers split real-life driving scenarios into parts that can be tested over and over again, allowing for 1,000 miles of testing to equal 300,000 to 100 million miles of actual driving.
DRAMeXchange estimates Intel controlled 40% of the corporate solid-state drive market during the first quarter, compared with 25% for Samsung Electronics, which took first place in SSD sales for private use.
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