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CMO playbook: How Pinterest uses data to create great customer experiences

Every marketer needs to understand how data and analytics can help create the right experiences for customers. A top practitioner from Pinterest shares his secrets for making investment decisions and

7 must-have devices for your smart home office

From audio-augmenting ear buds to automated coffee machines, here are the seven most effective devices for working at home.

Technology that changed us: The 1980s, from MS-DOS to the first GPS satellite

In this 50-year retrospective, we're not just looking at technology year by year, we're looking at technologies that had an impact on us, paved the way for the future, and changed us, in ways good and

Apple reveals latest government data demand figures

The company said it will soon start reporting app takedowns from its app stores.

Your logo and branded vulnerability aren't helping: How to disclose better

We are going to change the way business and marketing leaders interact with researchers and analysts, and raise the bar for ethics. We are going to empower researchers and analysts to advocate

Ad fraud is out of control -- billions lost by media industry, says a new report

​Advertising fraud is hitting new highs -- enabling multi-billion dollar crimes, claims a report from a leading ad researcher.

Survey: How much personal information are you willing to share for shopping discounts?

ZDNet's sister site, Tech Pro Research, is doing a survey to find out what technologies make for easier shopping, and how much data people will give up for the sake of convenience.

PassProtect tells you if your password has been pwned

The right time to tell me my password has been exposed is before I use it; this extension can help.

Technology that changed us: The 1970s, from Pong to Apollo

In this 50-year retrospective, we're not just looking at technology year by year, we're looking at technologies that had an impact on us, paved the way for the future, and changed us, in ways good and

Google, Facebook hit with serious GDPR complaints: Others will be soon

Facebook nemesis Max Schrems is behind the first challenges to US giants under new European data privacy law.

GDPR: What the data companies are offering

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect today. Here's what some of the specialty and Hadoop platform vendors are offering to help their customers be compliant and stay that way.

Digital transformation and the CIO: Everything you need to know today

What is the real impact of digital transformation on IT and the Chief Information Officer? This summary goes in-depth on what you need to know.

What's driving Middle East's rush to social media?

The rise of visually orientated social networks, video, and messaging apps is helping shape usage.

Microsoft: Here's why Windows Defender AV isn't ranked higher in new antivirus tests

Windows Defender trails third-party antivirus in tests, but Microsoft says you should still use it over other products.

Finally, a power bank specifically designed for GoPro Hero users

There are no shortage out there of power banks for iPhone and Android devices, but Ugreen introduces a portable charger for GoPro Hero 5/6 owners.

GDPR's silver lining: Data-driven AI and innovation in the enterprise

IBM's Cristina Cabella explains why GDPR has the potential to promote AI and machine learning in the enterprise.

Essential Phone 2: Did Android founder Andy Rubin just cancel his next phone?

Andy Rubin appears to confirm that the next phone has been canceled, amid reports that Essential is up for sale.

Two winners announced for "Nobel Prize" of robotics

A female statistician and a male inventor take home Engelbergers, the top honor in industrial robotics

Fujitsu Lifebook U938 First Take: A premium lightweight ultraportable

This compact 13.3-inch laptop delivers top-notch specifications and build quality, plus excellent portability.