Smartphone innovation: How iOS and Android 'borrow' from each other | TECH(talk)
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Smartphone innovation: How iOS and Android 'borrow' from each other | TECH(talk)

When it comes to smartphone innovation, iOS and Android always seem to “borrow” from each other. Computerworld’s Ken Mingis, Android expert JR Raphael, and Apple expert Michael Simon are talk about who does it best, and what that...

Android 10's gestures: How they work, what Google changed | TECH(talk)
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Android 10's gestures: How they work, what Google changed | TECH(talk)

Android 10 delivers new gestures for quick navigating around your phone. But not all gestures are created equally, and some can be downright confusing at first.

Windows 10: Answers to your most important issues | TECH(talk)
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Windows 10: Answers to your most important issues | TECH(talk)

Computerworld's Preston Gralla and Executive Editor Ken Mingis are back answering questions about Windows 10. If you have questions, post them in the comments to be featured in our next TECH(talk) about Windows 10.

Blockchain: A corporate enigma | TECH(talk)
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Blockchain: A corporate enigma | TECH(talk)

While blockchain has been on a hype roll the last couple of years, it's become increasingly fragmented as more and more companies try out different flavors. What's that mean for the distributed ledger tech and future adoption?...

The hottest iPhone 11 rumors | TECH(talk)
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The hottest iPhone 11 rumors | TECH(talk)

With the new iPhone unveiling just weeks away, the rumor mill is in overdrive. What can you expect? We get the latest news and leaks from Macworld's Michael Simon, Computerworld's Ken Mingis and TECH(feed) host Juliet Beauchamp.

AI and your smartphone: How AI is transforming mobile apps
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AI and your smartphone: How AI is transforming mobile apps

Computerworld’s Ken Mingis and Michael Simon from PCWorld and Macworld talk about how more mobile apps use artificial intelligence and how it improves features.

Your Windows 10 questions answered | TECH(talk)
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Your Windows 10 questions answered | TECH(talk)

Computerworld Windows expert Preston Gralla and Executive Editor Ken Mingis answer questions about the most important issues related to Windows 10 and talk about how the operating system is evolving.

All about Apple's latest updates and 5G push | TECH(talk)
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All about Apple's latest updates and 5G push | TECH(talk)

It's already been a big summer for Apple: the company unveiled the long-awaited Mac Pro, updated its line of laptops and may buy Intel's smartphone modem business. Computerworld's Ken Mingis and Macworld's Michael Simon explain what...

Your Windows 10 1903 questions answered | TECH(talk)
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Your Windows 10 1903 questions answered | TECH(talk)

You asked (questions about Windows 10) and we answered (with advice from Windows expert Preston Gralla). In this episode, we cover everything from the annoying pace of annual updates, how to find better Windows 10 apps and why you...

Tech giants are embracing financial services | TECH(talk)
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Tech giants are embracing financial services | TECH(talk)

Apple may be prepping to turn your iPhone into a digital wallet, and has already announced plans for an Apple credit card. Now, Facebook expects to roll out its own cryptocurrency in 2020. So just what's going on?

The big enterprise takeaways from WWDC | TECH(talk)
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The big enterprise takeaways from WWDC | TECH(talk)

Apple's big developer conference, WWDC, had the longest keynote in recent memory. From Memojis to the new Mac Pro, Apple unveiled all types of new tech. But what updates are most important for enterprises? TECH(talk) host Juliet...

Microsoft delivers download flexibility with Windows 10 1903 | TECH(talk)
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Microsoft delivers download flexibility with Windows 10 1903 | TECH(talk)

With the arrival of Windows 10 1903, users will be allowed to delay installation of the upgrade for up to about 18 months. That's a big change in how Microsoft has done updates in the past.

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Financial services embraces AI | TECH(talk)

With artificial intelligence (and machine learning) showing up in numerous industries, it's no surprise they're gaining traction now in financial services. Coming soon to a banking chatbot near you....

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The changes coming to H-1B visas | TECH(talk)

The controversial H-1B visa program is seeing some changes that could smooth the visa application process – and proposed changes that could make it more restrictive. CIO's Sharon Florentine explains what's going on.

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Coming to Android Q: Bubbles for multi-tasking | TECH(talk)

Google has added a new multi-tasking feature in Android Q: Bubbles, which will allow users to perform tasks across different apps without having to actually switch apps.

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Slack Frontiers 2019 | TECH(talk)

At its Frontiers event this week, Slack offered up tweaks to its popular collaboration platform – all aimed at helping users get their jobs done faster and easier. Most notably, the company is looking to connect Slack with email.

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What's new in Windows 10 version 1903? |TECH(talk)

With the next version of Windows 10 set to appear soon, it’s time to take a look at what’s new and what’s changed in version 1903. (Not much, actually.) Computerworld contributing editor Preston Gralla explored just what that means...

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What's next for blockchain technology? | TECH(talk)

Over the past few years, blockchain has grown and evolved as it’s taken hold in a variety of industries. And it looks like 2019 will be the year blockchain gets more enmeshed in financial services. Computerworld’s Ken Mingis and Lucas...

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Gender diversity in IT: How companies are getting tangible results | TECH(talk)

How much progress has been made in gender diversity in the IT field in the past few years? CIO writer Sharon Florentine, who frequently blogs about women in IT, talks with Juliet Beauchamp and Ken Mingis about companies that are...

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Mobile World Congress 2019 recap | TECH(talk)

This year's MWC was mainly about 5G networking. And foldable phones. In fact, foldables largely stole the show, according to PC World's Michael Simon. He and Computerworld Executive Editor Ken Mingis chew over both topics in this...

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