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  • Meet the physicist who hacked math for the rest of us

    At age 22, Stephen Wolfram already had a great career as a physicist. So why did he ditch academia to make software? CNBC's Robert Ferris explains.

  • IT spending declines in 2016: Study

    John Lovelock, Gartner, discusses the results on a new report by Gartner which shows many companies plan to cut IT spending this year due to economic uncertainty.

  • Searching mobile phone magnifying glass

    SurveyMonkey Intelligence, a mobile app insights platform, will provide information about more than 1,000 apps — who's using them, how and how much.

  • April 5- Huatai Securities Co Ltd is seeking to acquire U.S. asset management software maker AssetMark Inc for as much as $800 million, according to people familiar with the matter, in the latest example of a Chinese company taking an interest in U.S. businesses. A deal for AssetMark could be the biggest Chinese investment in the U.S. financial services sector...

  • Deep Web

    CNBC's Akiko Fujita speaks with cybersecurity experts Etay Maor and Jay Bavisi on how thinking like a cyber-criminal can improve your digital security.

  • A trader works at the Israeli stock exchange.

    Tech and cyber-security know-how, startup spirit, VC funds and even the climate make Israel a bit like the Bay Area, says Richard Beales.

  • April 5- Huatai Securities Co Ltd is seeking to acquire U.S. asset management software maker AssetMark Inc for as much as $800 million, according to people familiar with the matter, in the latest example of a Chinese company taking an interest in U.S. businesses. A deal for AssetMark could be the biggest Chinese investment in the U.S. financial services sector...

  • SYDNEY, April 5- Software produced by a little-known Australian developer has helped journalists piece together news leads from the mountains of data found in the contents of the Panama Papers, one of the biggest document leaks in history. Sydney- based Nuix Pty Ltd donated its document analysis programme to the International Consortium of Investigative...

  • The Health Information Trust Alliance conducted a study of some 30 mid-sized U.S. hospitals late last year and found that 52 percent of them were infected with malicious software, HITRUST Chief Executive Daniel Nutkis told Reuters. Last month, Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital in Los Angeles paid a ransom of $17,000 to regain access to its systems.

  • Woman texting while walking, smartphone

    The workplace messaging app said it raised $200 million in its latest financing round and now has a post-money valuation of $3.8 billion.

  • SHANGHAI, March 31- China's Ministry of Finance unveiled details of its 2016 budget plans on Wednesday, with spending jacked up sharply on many items, including an 11- fold increase for "repairs" to 94 billion yuan. Other big increases have been made for health care and family planning, which will get a 47.2 percent boost to 12.43 billion yuan. China has expanded...

  • *Belarus software industry thriving at tech hub. World of Tanks developer keeps big operation in Minsk. MINSK, March 31- World of Tanks, one of the five most popular PC video games in Europe and the United States with 100 million players joining virtual battles in World War II-era tanks, started in a kitchen in the capital of Belarus.

  • Robots artificial intelligence

    Artifical intelligence (A.I.) isn’t likely to take your job any time soon, according to the CEO of an automation company.

  • Cellebrite, the Israeli company that may have helped the FBI hack a terrorist's iPhone, may have used their Universal Forensic Extraction Device to do the job.

  • Microsoft's Mehdi: Data security is always under attack

    Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Windows and Devices Group, Yusuf Mehdi, discusses the state of security and privacy in tech as well as the possibility that the company may acquire Yahoo, on the sidelines of Microsoft's Build 2016 conference.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, March 30- The latest version of Microsoft Corp's Windows operating system has 270 million active users eight months after launch, the world's largest software company said on Wednesday. The number, announced by executive Terry Myerson at Microsoft's annual gathering for developers in San Francisco, represents a solid start for Windows 10...

  • March 30- Almost a week after being shut down for spewing racist and sexist comments on Twitter, Microsoft Corp's artificial intelligence' chatbot' called Tay briefly rejoined Twitter on Wednesday only to launch a spam attack on its followers. The incident marks another embarrassing setback for the software company as it tries to get ahead of Alphabet Inc's...

  • March 30- Almost a week after being shut down for spewing racist and sexist comments on Twitter, Microsoft Corp's artificial intelligence' chatbot' called Tay briefly rejoined Twitter on Wednesday only to launch a spam attack on its followers. The incident marks another embarrassing setback for the software company that is trying to get ahead of Alphabet...

  • IOT security issues and solutions

    Tom Fisher from Jasper, an Internet of Things (IoT) service platform, explains that IoT firms have to adopt enterprise-grade standards of security.

  • FRANKFURT, March 29- Business planning software giant SAP hiked the long-term stock options awarded to senior executives in 2015 while the company's board recommended a 5 percent rise in its annual dividend, according to company documents published on Tuesday. Chief Executive Bill McDermott received compensation for 2015 including salary, benefits and...

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