Verizon wants $1B discount on Yahoo deal after reports of hacking, spying

Verizon wants $1B discount on Yahoo deal after reports of hacking, spying

Verizon is pushing for a $1 billion discount off its pending $4.8 billion agreement to buy Yahoo, several sources told The Post exclusively.

The request comes on the heels of the web giant getting bludgeoned by bad news in the past few days.

Yahoo revealed two weeks ago that it had been hacked in 2014 and that usernames and passwords for 500 million accounts were swiped.

Mobility is about to enter the post-app era, says Gartner

Mobility is about to enter the post-app era, says Gartner

As the convergence of devices, bots, things and people accelerates, businesses will need to learn how to excel at mainstream mobility, as well as prepare for a post-app era, according to analysts at Gartner.

Speaking at a symposium in South Africa, Gartner vice-president and distinguished analyst David Willis laid out his version of a possible future for the mobile world.

CNNTech - Delta: 5-hour computer outage cost us $150 million

CNNTech - Delta: 5-hour computer outage cost us $150 million

Delta Air Lines says the total bill for its devastating computer outage will come to $150 million.

The problem occurred when the company lost power at its operations center in Atlanta early on the morning of Aug. 8, causing computers needed to book in passengers and fly jets to be down for nearly five hours.

REDBOX FOUNDER GREGG KAPLAN TO DELIVER KEYNOTE AT DEVELOP.IDAHO

REDBOX FOUNDER GREGG KAPLAN TO DELIVER KEYNOTE AT DEVELOP.IDAHO

Statewide Event Highlights Idaho’s Leading Software Developers, Entrepreneurs and Students

BOISE, Idaho – Redbox founder Gregg Kaplan will be the keynote speaker for the sixth annual develop.idaho event scheduled for Wednesday at JUMP in Boise.

Intel buys computer vision startup Movidius as it looks to build up its RealSense platform

Intel buys computer vision startup Movidius as it looks to build up its RealSense platform

Intel’s RealSense platform was the star of its Intel Developer’s Forum conference in San Francisco last month and it seems the company is only looking to grow the scale and capabilities of its computer vision tech. Today, the company announced that it is acquiring the computer vision startup behind Google’s Project Tango 3D-sensor tech, Movidius.

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