The most l33t phone of MWC: DarkMatter's Kubit

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The secure, self destructing mobe for heads of state... and big enterprises

MWC There’s exclusive and then there’s exclusive. If you need to ask how much the DarkMatter Katim phone costs, you’re not a serious customer. The first handset to come from the UAE-based security company doesn’t have a price.…

Cisco Jasper IoT bod: Smart home? Nah. Farm pest control - that's a cool use case

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Connected device expert on post-Borg IoT

Interview Macario Namie, head of IoT strategy at Cisco Jasper, has been working in the connected device space "before it was known as IoT” and was with Jasper for nine years before it was acquired by the networking borg in 2016 for $1.4bn (£1.1bn).…

IBM UK: Oh, remote workers. We want to be colocated with you again

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Exec professes love for 'colocation hubs'... just 'not sure everyone else will'

Exclusive IBM is clamping down on its remote workers in Britain, with the big iron and storage teams being centralised in one of a number of as yet unnamed “colocation hubs”.…

AWS's Kubernetes dilemma: It's a burden and a pleasure

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Keep the devs happy, or Microsoft and Google will catch you

Amazon Web Services became the 800-pound cloud gorilla by catering to developers. It expects to own the container crown with the exact same strategy, touting convenience and productivity gains to users of its EC2 Container Service (ECS). There are signs, however, that this fight won’t be as simple, and that a cross-cloud container option like Kubernetes could be the spoiler to Amazon’s steady march.…