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As reshoring brings chipmakers back to the US, Apple looks to jump on board

Apple may soon get about a third of its processors from a soon-to-open TSMC chip plant in Arizona — a sign that "Made in America" could once again the a slogan for the semiconductor industry. But Taiwan and China will still lead the...

JumpCloud hits AWS marketplace as Apple's enterprise market grows

Modern business environments rely on iPhones, iPads, Macs, WindowsPCs and more. The days of a pure, single-platform environment are over.

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Maersk's TradeLens demise likely a death knell for blockchain consortiums

After four years, Maersk is shuttering its blockchain experiment aimed at creating an efficient and inexpensive method for tracking global shipments. While blockchain consortiums may struggle, enhanced blockchain-as-a-service...

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Hey, Google: It's time to step up your Pixel upgrade promise

The Pixel is meant to represent the very best Android has to offer. But it's lagging behind in one critically important area.

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Demand for IT pros remains high even as layoffs continue

Even as tens of thousand of workers are being let go in a spate of highly publicized layoffs, IT professionals are still in demand — particularly in some key fields.

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Is ChromeOS right for you? A 4-question quiz to find out

Chromebooks aren't like regular computers — so are they right for your needs? These four questions will help you find the answer.

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Spot virtual workplace creators on the future of work

“We believe that the right technologies already exist today and simply haven’t been leveraged correctly in a work context,” say Gordon Hempton and Wes Hather, co-founders of the Spot virtual workplace platform.

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What Amazon, Twitter, Meta, and others got wrong with layoffs

The flurry of high-profile tech layoffs in recent months belies the fact that the unemployment rate for tech workers is around 2.3%. What those companies got wrong — their hiring strategy.

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Mosyle brings new iPhone, iPad endpoint security options

Mosyle Hardening and Compliance ensures that employee devices are protected, compliant and are in line with the latest cybersecurity benchmarks.

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FTX meltdown likely to spur crypto regulations, cool digital currency push

The collapse of the major crypto exchange could be the final straw in an ongoing push to create oversight of cryptocurrencies, how they're stored, and where they're traded. Any government oversight is likely to affect other digital...

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Do you really know what’s inside your iOS and Android apps?

A report claims Russian software is being used in thousands of iOS and Android apps used by the US Army, CDC, the UK Labour party, and others. Is it time to audit your code?

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Jamf Q3 data confirms rapid Mac adoption across the enterprise

Jamf confirms the 10th consecutive quarter of Apple-in-the-enterprise growth, as Macs see wider deployment across every business.

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Apple to spend $450M on SOS via satellite for iPhones

The company plans to use money from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund to support deployment of Emergency SOS over satellite in iPhones.

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Corporate execs confident on sustainability goals, admit more work needed

Most companies have hit their near-term goals for greenhouse gas reduction, and some have advanced circular-economy projects. But to get to net-zero emissions, suppliers, customers. and dedicated corporate teams will all be needed.

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LambdaTest adds macOS Ventura testing to its cloud

LambdaTest has introduced support for macOS Ventura, which means developers of any kind can begin to test sites and services across the Mac in the cloud.

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JumpCloud brings Remote Access to cross-platform teams

JumpCloud Product Manager Tom Bridge talked about Apple's growing status in enterprise IT, and how remote access can drive the multi-platform world of hybrid work.

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Are in-office mandates killing productivity?

Worker productivity dropped precipitously in the first half of 2022, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, and some are blaming corporate return-to-office mandates for the downturn. At a time when unemployment is low and...

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Apple must take another brick from its wall, says EU

The European Union wants to break down the wall surrounding Apple’s proverbial garden as new laws target Big Tech.

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