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Google’s Pixel 6 issues are causing a crisis of trust | Digital Trends

Google’s Pixel 6 is an excellent smartphone, one of the best Google has ever made. It fixes up issues we’ve seen in older...

Don’t trust averages: How to assess and strengthen the health of your business – TechCrunch

Karen Peacock Contributor Understanding the health of your business starts with customer focus: Are you providing breakthrough value to your customers? Is it value that’s...

Can You Trust Smartphone Makers Software Update Promises? | Digital Trends

Buying a smartphone and keeping it for years is easier than ever before. If you buy a premium smartphone like the iPhone 13...

Arbisoft co-founder Yasser Bashir on building trust with early-stage startups – TechCrunch

Co-founded in 2007 by Yasser Bashir, Arbisoft falls on the larger end of the spectrum of software development partners that our readers have...

Y: The Last Man Just Reminded Us to Trust No One

Yorick has a lot of explaining to do.Image: FX on HuluWhat’s that? Is that a breath of fresh air? Yup, on the new...

It’s a Good Day to Update All Your Devices. Trust Us

Another day, another nag from your iPhone and Mac that an update is ready. And from Chrome. And for Microsoft, it’s patch Tuesday,...

What Is Zero Trust? It Depends What You Want to Hear

Confusion about the real meaning and purpose of zero trust makes it harder for people to implement the ideas in practice. Proponents are...

Facebook’s Glasses Give People a Reason Not to Trust Your Ray-Bans

Image: FacebookFacebook’s smart glasses are here. They’re made by Ray-Ban, which means they look stylish, and as far as features go, they’re on...

TrueFort snares $30M Series B to expand zero trust application security solution – TechCrunch

As companies try to navigate an ever-changing security landscape, it can be challenging to protect everything. Security startup TrueFort has built a zero...

Can the Wisdom of Crowds Help Fix Social Media’s Trust Issue?

The study found that with a group of just eight laypeople, there was no statistically significant difference between the crowd performance and a...
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