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Cisco adds subscription services to its core networking business; announces new security suite

Cisco Systems Inc’s core networking business on Tuesday took its first step into the market of subscription services, announcing a suite of new security and automation tools for big businesses. This new “intuitive network” represents a major change in how Cisco generates revenue from its flagship business. The San Jose company has been dependent on the sales of networking equipment that routes traffic on the internet. Moving forward, Cisco hopes its clients will subscribe to the new networking services, creating a recurring stream of monthly revenue. “We have, over the…

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Which Tech Industry Leaders Ditched the White House Tech Summit Today?

Trump summoned his group of tech-world minions to the White House today for another round of nervously nodding and accomplishing nothing. But attendance was down a little bit this time around. Sure, plenty of cowards still showed up with a foolish but optimistic gleam in their eye. But some, at least, seem to be… Read more… Gizmodo – Read Full Article

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America’s Top Hypocrites Are Meeting at the Trump White House For Technology Week

America’s largest tech companies made a big, public fuss after President Trump vowed to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord earlier this month. But top executives from many of those same companies are meeting with members of the Trump regime this week. Who needs principles when there’s money to be made? Read more… Gizmodo – Read Full Article

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European Commission prepared to fine Google to the tune of 1 billion euros for anti-competitive practices

According to a report by the Financial Times, the European Commission (EC) is expected to fine Google for anti-competitive practices. The fine that will force the search giant to cough up more than 1 billion euros will be announced this week to sanction the group. The decision could also mean that Google may have to change its online search operating practices in Europe. The commission has accused the United States tech giant of manipulating its search engine so that people buy from Google Shopping only, thus blocking other shopping services and limiting the consumer’s choice….

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