Software

‘Software update on 737 MAX complete’

May 18, 2019

US aircraft manufacturer Boeing said it has completed its updates to the flight-control software on the 737 MAX and has tested it for more than 360 hours on 207 flights, after two deadly crashes resulted in the grounding of the aircraft globally. The 737 Max 8 and 9 models were grounded worldwide after an Ethiopian […]

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Apple releases 12.3 software update for HomePod

May 14, 2019

Apple has released a minor update to HomePod alongside the launch of iOS 12.3 on Monday, adding support for “joining some types of enterprise networks that require credentials.” Asides from the updates for enterprise networks, the 12.3 software update doesn’t appear to add any new functionality or Siri capabilities to HomePod. The new update will automatically […]

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‘India’s top 100 unicorns will have more software companies than China’

May 5, 2019

Hans Tung, a highprofile investor ranked seventh on the Forbes’ ‘Midas List 2019’, has been tracking India closely, discussing early proposals with entrepreneurs to back Indian startups. The 48-year-old managing partner at venture firm GGV Capital had spotted companies such as ByteDance, Slack, Didi Chuxing, Wish, and Lime, among other unicorns. He thinks India will have […]

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Gas Station Software Vulnerable To Hacking

May 3, 2019

Homeland Security’s cybersecurity agency has issued an advisory about a popular gas station software that has flaws, making it highly vulnerable to hacking. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) gave the Orpak SiteOmat software a vulnerability severity rating of 9.8 out of 10, revealing that it has several security vulnerabilities that require “low skill” to exploit. Some of the flaws […]

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Why we love our math software

April 29, 2019

Math gets a bad reputation for no good reason. After all, it’s a universal language and it applies to so many areas of life. Learning math can be challenging, and teaching it can be equally challenging. But tools like math software can help educators make the topic more palatable and relatable for students. We asked […]

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Global Anti-Money Laundering Software Market Forecast to 2024 – Projected to Reach $1.9 Billion

April 26, 2019

Dublin, April 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Anti-Money Laundering Software Market By Component (Service & Software), By Deployment Type (Cloud & On-premise), By End User (Banking, Asset Management, Legal Service Providers & Others), By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities 2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The global anti-money laundering software market was valued at $898 […]

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Why You Should (Never) Work For A Fast-Growth Software Company…

April 23, 2019

GETTY You’ll never be able to explain to anyone what it is you do. Look forward to every wedding, birthday party, funeral where you just have to tell people “I’m in tech”. The worst thing is that, even if you can successfully explain yourself, no one will care. You’ll spend a lot of time coming […]

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Boeing makes 96 flights to test software on troubled Max jet

April 12, 2019

Boeing’s CEO says crews have made 96 flights to test a software update for its troubled 737 Max jet and will make more in coming weeks as the company attempts to convince regulators to let the plane fly again. Dennis Muilenburg also said on Thursday that the company has met with pilots and airline officials […]

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Global Resume Parsing Software Market 2019 Share and Growth Rate by Trending Key Vendors: DaXtra Technologies, HireAbility, Sovren, Talentrackr, Textkernel, Rchilli, Newton

April 6, 2019

Resume parsing is a process that converts an unstructured form of resume data into the structured format. Resume parser, also known as CV parser, is a program which analyses a resume/CV data and extracts into machine-readable output such as XML, JSON. With the help of global resume parsing software, it becomes easy to store and […]

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Razer says software, not hardware, is holding back mobile gaming

March 26, 2019

In between launching a range of outlandish pink products and affordable accessories so far this year, Razer made the surprising move of abandoning its online game store and mobile team. The latter, in particular, is an awkward move after two generations of Razer Phones, while the likes of ASUS, Xiaomi, Nubia and Vivo are capitalizing on the rapidly growing mobile gaming market. Never one to admit defeat, CEO […]

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