Author Archives: Matthew Broersma

Matthew Broersma
Author: Matthew Broersma
TechWeek Freelance
Matt Broersma is a long standing tech freelance, who has worked for Ziff-Davis, ZDnet and other leading publications

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Amid concern over government Internet surveillance, user data requests have continued to rise

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IBM Watson 2
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IBM's Watson artificial intelligence technology is now being used to bring predictive analytics to the masses

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Evil parliament (c) pisaphotography, Shutterstock 2014
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The IT industry's trade body is urging the government to bring in sweeping measures to safeguard the country's digital economy

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TwitchTV
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The video-gameplay streaming site, recently acquired by Amazon for nearly $1bn, has been targeted by a scam that can empty Steam accounts

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Hacker, servers, anonymity, privacy © Mikhail hoboton Popov, Shutterstok 2014
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The cloud storage provider has reported a rising number of data requests from law enforcement, as its user base grows

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SanDisk
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SanDisk's record-breaking memory card is aimed at professionals working in ultra high-definition video

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amazon fire phone
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Amazon has begun accepting pre-orders for the Fire Phone, but sluggish US sales have prompted a price cut

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The Home Depot
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The US retailer has confirmed hackers had access to its point-of-sale systems for as long as five months

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Dell Poweredge Intel Xeon E5 Grantley
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The new systems, based on Intel's latest Xeon chips, use 1.8-inch SSDs and support NFC for simpler management

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Dell's latest hardware includes an Intel Core M-powered detachable tablet that competes with Microsoft's Surface 3

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