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New ways to create, edit, and share your jams on the web with the latest Jamboard release With this month’s release, we’ve added two highly requested features from customers that help you jam from anywhere and give you more control when sharing your work: creating and editing jams from the web and a “View Only” mode.Create and edit your jams in a web browser While users have always been able to view a jam from any device, editing and collaborating on a jam has been limited to touch devices (like the physical kiosk, tablets, and smartphones). Now, you can create and edit your jams on the web too. With the new updates to the Jamboard web experience, everybody on your team can join in and collaborate on a session in their web browser. The service that thinks for you Smart Home Home Connect lets you do much more than control your home intelligently. Our connected hub also gives you instant access to a unique network of partners, like the Amazon Dash Replenishment Service (or Amazon DRS for short). This intelligent reordering service connects with your appliances to assess when you’re running low on everyday items, like coffee or cleaning products – then automatically orders you a new supply.

Global Fraud and Risk Report 2019/20 Mitigating business risk has always relied on knowledge of markets and counterparties, and of the forces that could disrupt a company’s agreements and assumptions. In the pre-digital, pre-global age, gaining such knowledge was made easier by implicit boundaries that governed the way most organizations conducted business. Suppliers, lenders and business partners were drawn from fairly well-established pools of referrals and contacts. Clearer categories for industries and sectors meant that enterprises knew their place in the larger economic ecosystem, enabling them to adopt and conform to established business models and vocabularies. Growth was often predicated on increasing a product’s existing market share or on moving into markets adjacent to those where a solid presence already had been established.

Ransomware WannaCry: All you need to know Is your computer vulnerable to attack from WannaCry ransomware? Read on to find out as we explore all there is to know about the WannaCry ransomware attack. In this article, you will learn: What WannaCry ransomware isHow the WannaCry ransomware attack workedThe impact of the WannaCry ransomware attackHow to protect your computer from ransomware Video Gaming Industry & Its Revenue Shift The video game industry is growing so fast that some believe it will reach over $300 billion by 2025. With billions of dollars in profit and over 2.5 billion gamers around the world, we can expect video game platforms to continue developing in 2020. Besides the consistent and impressive growth of the industry, it is interesting to note that there has been a shift in revenue sources in the gaming space lately. The gaming industry used to make most of its money by selling games but today its revenue is coming from a different perspective.

Former BlackBerry CEO Balsillie calls on IMF to set standards for data usage Jim Balsillie is warning that the rise of the data-driven global economy is increasing inequality by concentrating wealth in the hands of the few who control the technologies for gathering and processing it. And he says international trade deals – including the recently negotiated USMCA – make the problem worse by entrenching tougher intellectual-property protections and making it harder for governments to stop multinational corporations from collecting information on citizens. In a speech to the International Monetary Fund in Washington on Tuesday, Mr. Balsillie called on the organization to lead a “second Bretton Woods” that would set global standards for dealing with data. “The production economy of the 20th century created rising tides that lifted all boats,” the chair of the Centre for International Governance Innovation said, while by comparison, the growing IP and data-based economy “lifts mostly a few yachts.” Mr.

Fortnite World Cup: unexpected winners of the duo championship Players have flown from all over the world to compete at the first ever Fortnite World Cup, a large sporting event at New York's Arthur Ashe tennis stadium with $30 million in cash prizes. The epic tournament will determine this year's best Fortnite solo player Sunday and has already found this year's best duo team. Fortnite is a game that involves 100 players dropping onto a virtual island and fighting to be the last one standing while a health-point draining storm brews in the background. Aqua, 17, and Nyhrox, 16, lived through that storm. Fans and announcers were stunned late Saturday when Aqua and Nyhrox, two underdogs, beat out 49 other teams, many from larger, more funded organizations.

10 predictions for smart city priorities in 2020 IoT projects will slow down and cities will have to decide if 5G is best for vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, IDC says. Over the next decade of smart cities work, there will be fewer IoT projects, more citizen input, and more communication between cars and infrastructure, according to the smart cities team at IDC. City leaders will build digital trust in new technology by setting clear data-use policies as the first step in the technology procurement process. SEE: 5G: What it means for IoT (ZDNet/TechRepublic special feature) | Download the free PDF version (TechRepublic) Although climate change did not appear on the predictions list, Ruthbea Yesner, vice president worldwide government insights at IDC, said it is a huge driver of smart city work. "Cities are looking at how anything from communications to technology can build community resilience and help them respond and adapt to this changing environment," Yesner said.