Dell reveals Black Friday, Cyber Monday deals weeks ahead of schedule

Dell reveals Black Friday, Cyber Monday deals weeks ahead of schedule

Dell always likes to get the jump on the Black Friday hype machine, often being the first tech retailer to unveil its roster of deals, but this year it’s really outdone itself. Then again, in a year where not much has seemed ordinary, it’s probably not shocking that Dell is launching its holiday shopping plans…

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Workday Talent Marketplace aims to quickly match projects, skills

Workday Talent Marketplace aims to quickly match projects, skills

Workday said its Workday Talent Marketplace, which aims to optimize talent to business demands, is available. The company’s talent marketplace is designed to address changing needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Workday Talent Marketplace matches internal talent with projects. For employees, an internal talent marketplace can develop, upskill and redeploy workers and improve retention. Workday…

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ServiceNow, IBM to integrate Watson AIOps, IT service management

ServiceNow, IBM to integrate Watson AIOps, IT service management

ServiceNow said it will integrate its service management and operational visibility tools with IBM’s Watson software that automates IT operations with artificial intelligence. The partnership aims to meld IBM’s Watson AIOps and ServiceNow’s IT Service Management and Operations Management Visibility as enterprises are looking to automate more of the enterprise. IBM and ServiceNow initially partnered…

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Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla preview — An England worth exploring

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla preview — An England worth exploring

After my first gameplay demo of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, I came away nonplussed. I didn’t think that Ubisoft’s upcoming viking-themed game was bad, but it felt too similar to the franchise’s last couple of games. Last week, I got a chance to play the open world game again, this time for about 5 hours. Now…

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Apple’s huge 5G and Siri bets risk user satisfaction and legal issues

Apple’s huge 5G and Siri bets risk user satisfaction and legal issues

Though it was held this year in October instead of September, Apple’s “Hi, Speed” media event was a largely typical iPhone launch party, opening with the expansion of its Siri-powered line of HomePod speakers (“Hi”), and concluding with the long-awaited addition of 5G cellular connectivity to the iPhone lineup (“Speed”). Some companies might have tread cautiously…

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