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Friday the 13th Tech News

This Week in Tech: Friday the 13th Edition

Sure, Apple showed off new products, state attorneys general are investigating Google and WeWork may not be worth what it claimed. Here are some of other tech stories you might have missed this week: Uber’s Employer Status The California Legislature on Wednesday passed a bill known as AB-5, which will make it more difficult for…

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This Week in Tech: Summer Friday Edition

School’s back in session and we’re gearing up for our last Summer Friday*, so fall must be fast approaching. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention this week while we wait to bust out our Patagonia vests: Startup Takes on Alexa & Siri This week, Engadget profiled Mycroft, a startup taking…

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This Week in Tech: Fogust Edition

August in San Francisco means exactly one thing: Karl the Fog makes his nearly daily appearance. Here are a few of the stories that caught our attention this week as we navigated the microclimates here at SHIFT SF: Black Hats Hit Sin City Security folks descended on Las Vegas this week for Black Hat 2019,…

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This Week in Tech: Spyware & Data Privacy Edition

Summer’s on full blast on both SHIFT coasts this week. Here are some of the stories that grabbed our attention this week while trying to keep our cool: Spyware Uncovered Researchers from mobile security provider Lookout have discovered what was described by Ars Technica as “some of the most advanced and full-featured mobile surveillanceware ever…

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This Week In Tech: Security & Privacy Edition

It’s a busy season for the tech industry’s big names … privacy and security were front and center at Facebook’s F8 developer conference and Google is giving users more control over the data it retains. These are some of the stories that our B2B tech teams have been monitoring throughout the week: Developers Get Preview…

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This Week in Tech the Chips Fall

This Week in Tech: The Chips Fall, and Rebuilding Notre-Dame

It looks like Spring has finally sprung here at SHIFT SF – just in time for the weekend! These are some of the stories that our B2B tech teams have been monitoring throughout the week: Apple, Qualcomm Settle   In tech legal news, Apple and chipmaker Qualcomm reached a settlement in their two-year legal battle…

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This Week in Tech: Hot IPOs and Biased AI

This Week in Tech: Hot IPOs and Biased AI

Hello again from SHIFT SF and welcome back to our weekly roundup of the tech stories that caught our eye this week. These are some of the stories that our B2B tech teams have been monitoring throughout the week: Is Tech History Repeating? The Lyft IPO this week was not technically enterprise tech news, but…

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This Week in Tech-From Facebook to facial recognition -min

This Week in Tech: From Facebook to facial recognition

Happy Friday … We’ve successfully made to the end of week 12 of 2019. Here’s what grabbed our attention over the past seven days in B2B tech: In Plain Sight In security news, Facebook acknowledged it had stored millions of user passwords in a plain text file, affecting logins for Facebook, Facebook Lite and Instagram.…

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This Week in Tech: Huawei v U.S., Azure v AWS

This Week in Tech: Huawei v U.S., Azure v AWS

It’s been a busy week for enterprise tech – if you work in security or cryptography, it’s been all hands on deck for the RSA Conference. SHIFT has supported the conference for 15 years, and that team will have a recap of the event next week. Until then, here’s what grabbed our attention this week…

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This Week in Tech: Marching to MWC, Combatting “Deepfakes”

This Week in Tech: Marching to MWC, Combatting “Deepfakes”

Welcome back to SHIFT’s weekly tech news roundup – your one-stop shop for the trends and stories that our B2B PR teams were monitoring throughout the week. Gearing Up for a Marathon March If you have a client working on anything even remotely related to mobile, chances are you spent this week in final prep…

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