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Russell to Speak at NSA Influence ’17

Summer’s officially here in Florida, and around this time we would normally be shoring up travel plans, double-checking dates, times, and tickets, and gearing up to take PR/PR’s operation on the road to the National Speakers Association convention. Russell and I are of course doing all of the background legwork for Influence ’17, but this year it’s right down the…

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Tim Cook Take the Wheel

Apple announced the HomePod last week at its annual WWDC conference, but the real news is breaking this week: the tech giant is taking its show on the road—in the form of self-driving cars. Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the company is focusing on automotive automation, designing the technology that can be utilized in future vehicles. Tim Cook…

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Apple Announces the HomePod

Yesterday was Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, WWDC, and as with every major Apple conference, it brought major news. Per usual, rumors of forthcoming Apple hardware were rampant. New AR glasses? Long-awaited updates to Apple TV? Servile robots?! Alas, no robots were featured in the docket, but Apple made headlines with its marquee announcement: the HomePod, a smart speaker a la…

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Remembering the Fallen

Back to work and back to the blog after a nice, long weekend. I hope all of you had a safe and fun Memorial Day, a day to remember the fallen heroes who gave their lives in service to the country. PR/PR sends out its eternal gratitude to those who have gave that ultimate sacrifice, and our best wishes to…

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Our Hearts with Manchester

There’s not really much that can be said in the wake of these moments. Words alone are insufficient to effectively capture the horror, the immense grief, the stomach-turning feeling that it’s happened again. Manchester didn’t deserve this. Nobody deserves this. 22 innocent people lost their lives last night, many of them children, simply enjoying an Ariana Grande concert with friends…

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Hack Attack

Unless you’re living completely off the grid, you were most likely paranoid about the security of your computer over the weekend—and with good reason. The WannaCry hack affected hundreds of thousands of computers in over 150 countries, with costs estimating $4 billion. A ransomware virus that spread like wildfire, the hack illuminated the importance of safeguarding your hardware and avoiding…

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