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Claudio Buttice

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Google avoided a $3.6 billion tax payment thanks to a loophole

Google saved a total of $3.6 billion from its tax year 2015 by using a perfectly legal exploit called "Dutch Sandwich" or "Double Irish."

Valencell files a federal lawsuit against hearable maker Bragi

The North Carolina hearable and wearable manufacturer Valencell filed a lawsuit against Bragi, accusing the German startup of infringing its patent over a pair "smart" headphones known as Dash.

Duterte claims he can eradicate poverty in Philippines by 2040

President Rodrigo Duterte announced he aims at eradicating poverty from the Philippines in the next 25 years and transform his country into a middle-class society through a plan called Ambisyon Natin 2040.

JPMorgan settles FCPA charges by paying $264 million

After a three-years probe for alleged corruption, fraud and violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) charges, JPMorgan Chase & Co. agreed to pay a $264 million total settlement.

More Taxotere lawsuits filed by women whose hair never grew back

Over 200 women filed a Taxotere lawsuit against Sanofi-Aventis alleging the pharmaceutical company never warned that the chemotherapy drug could cause permanent hair loss.

Online algorithm may provide patients a second opinion on scans

A new online service called "Profound" has been developed to provide a fully automatic, algorithm-based analysis of CT scans, mammograms and other medical imaging reports.

Email marketing keeps outperforming most media channels

Email marketing is one of the oldest advertisement channels in the digital era, whose roots go back to the earliest history of the Internet. Despite that, it never stopped evolving alongside the growth and rise of the most modern smart technologies.

Biometrics algorithm will increase security and ID recognition Special

AU10TIX, an industry leader in ID authentication technologies, announced its release of the new Advanced Deep-Learning Beta software that will further increase security with forensic level authentication and smart face comparison.

Mobile wallet use to rise during the upcoming holiday season

Mobile payments have been around for some time, but in the United States, they're expected to triple in 2016 to over $27 billion in mobile payment transactions, according to eMarketer.

Verdict in Harris case reached: Kid's death was not accidental

Justin Ross Harris has been found guilty of murder in the death of his 22-month-old son Cooper who died after the former Home Depot web developer left him locked in a hot car back in 2014.

Donald Trump pays $25 million to settle University fraud lawsuit

Ten days before the first case was scheduled to be heard by a San Diego court, President-elect Donald Trump agreed to pay $25 million to settle the many fraud lawsuits filed against his now-defunct Trump University seminar program.

New Vivaldi 'smart' browser features home automation integration Special

Opera co-founder Jon von Tetzchner announced the latest version 1.5 of his web browser Vivaldi, a niche product that has been met with highly positive reception since its release.

The Chinese success as example of the future of digital education

China Online Education Group (COE) announced the unexpected success of the online e-learning program by publishing its third quarter 2016 report.

Review: The new Gryphon smart WiFi router could protect your kids Special

Gryphon is an innovative home WiFi router that protects children from accessing inappropriate content by filtering it, and tracks all the devices connected at the entry point with its integrated Kaspersky malware blocking agent.

Op-Ed: Is Trump going to be so bad for the U.S. economy? Maybe not.

Trump's recent election has been seen by many as a sign of an imminent apocalypse. Others simply do not take him seriously at all. But is he really going to be so bad for his country and the rest of the world as well?

The evolution of online working — a perspective on digitalization

From the first pioneering websites such as the (now defunct) Elance, oDesk (recently rebranded as Upwork) and Guru, the online job marketplace has rapidly evolved to be much more pervasive than just providing part-time freelancing services.

Op-Ed: Big Data and the Internet of Things — the evolution of analytics

The Internet of Things (IoT) is definitely THE trending topic in any technology-related discussion or magazine. But how is this "technologization" going to affect the evolution of the current Business Intelligence (BI) market?

Charlie Miller claims thieves can hack self-driving cars remotely

During the ARM TechCon event in Santa Clara, Calif, Charlie Miller, a known security engineer at Uber, claims that next-generation thieves can steal an AI-driven driverless car remotely by hacking its software.

Tribe adds subtitles and suggested links to improve video chat

Tribe's video chat technology took a huge leap forward by adding new interesting features such as an improved voice recognition, instant subtitles and related links.

Israel presents its own pavilion at the upcoming MEDICA 2016 Special

The Foreign Trade Administration at the Ministry of Economy of Israel together with the Non-Profit Organization Israel Export Institute, will present the Israeli Pavilion at MEDICA 2016 the upcoming international medical exhibition in Düsseldorf, Germany
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