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Lenovo is now selling its first Lenovo-branded smartphone in the U.S. and is preparing to launch the first augmented reality phone on Nov. 1, the company confirms. The new "Phab" devices are part of Lenovo's efforts to turn around its struggling phone business.
Over the past two decades, an explosion in biomarker and genomic research has enabled the life science industry to develop 71 drugs that target cancer, according to a new report from the QuintilesIMS Institute. The development of personalized treatment based on genetic information is one example of data's growing importance to improving human health, the report says.
Analysis: The latest earnings report shows that Fujitsu's revenue remains in decline, as the vendor considers bold moves to modernize its portfolio. Its PC talks with Lenovo are among possible moves the tech giant is considering.
Lenovo, the world's top PC manufacturer, could be growing a bit bigger by adding Japan-based Fujitsu's computer business. The talks come as Lenovo faces increasing competition in sales, especially from rival HP which nearly surpassed Lenovo in sales in the third quarter of this year. PC sales continue to shrink globally.
Looking for a job? Like to work at SAS which is No. 2 on the world's Great Place to Work list? SAS is hiring - and not just data scientists or engineers. SAS explains the qualities of people the Cary-based software firm is looking for. Plus, SAS offers some tips on how to get noticed. Be warned: The competition for jobs is fierce.
Cary-based SAS is ranked No. 2 in the 2016 World's Best Multinational Workplaces list from the Great Place to Work institute. Rankings are based in large part on survey responses from employees.
A recent report from the Pentagon's "intelligence directorate" warns against Defense Department use of Lenovo gear, citing cybersecurity concerns. That's according to a story today in the Washington Free Beacon by author and intelligence expert Bill Gertz. A N.C. Congressman says he is concerned about the report.
As WRAL TechWire has reported extensively over the past few months, IBM keeps adding to the capabilities of its Watson supercomputer services. Now, drug giant GSK is incorporating Watson interactive artificial intelligence into an advertising campaign for its cough and cold advertising.
In today's update of technology news: DDOS attacks such as those affecting sites Friday are "vicious" says Channel Advisor founder Scot Wingo; IBM says Macs are cheaper than PCs; and do drivers really want autonomous cars?
Cree Inc. shares dropped 9 percent in the extended session Tuesday following Cree's updated forecast of adjusted earnings of 4 cents to 10 cents for the second quarter on revenue of $310-330 million, while analysts expected 16 cents and $336 million, though the firm beat Q1 earnings estimates.