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Friday February 26, 2021. 06:57 AM
Is The Social Network™ finally declaring a stance in democracy and politics In the latest instalment of Myanmar vs. the internet, Myanmar's military junta has been banned from both Facebook and Instagram. Businesses affiliated with military personnel were also banned.…
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Containerised Tanzu portfolio starts to make serious sales progress VMware has closed its 2021 financial year with $11.8bn of annual revenue, $3.3bn of it earned in Q4.…
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English and Spanish top the list as the first and second most used languages in the United States, but what's the third? As your mind sprints through options like French, Chinese, or Japanese, there's a good chance you might not nail it on the first try. — Read the rest
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A US magistrate judge has ordered Valve to provide sales data to Apple in response to a subpoena issued amid Apple's continuing legal fight with Epic Games. From a report: In addition to some aggregate sales data for the entirety of Steam, Valve will only have to provide...
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Vendor discussions of cloud and hybrid cloud computing typically follow a “go where you know” trajectory. That is, server and silicon vendors pitch new and different cloud-focused hardware functions while software and services players focus on new applications and tools...
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And reckons subscription acceleration means flat revenue is nothing to worry about Nutanix’s new CEO Rajiv Ramaswami has teased new bundles that make it easier to buy and implement more of the company’s products at once.…
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That's what's on offer in new 'supervised' YouTube mode for tweens and teens YouTube has introduced features that allow for 'supervision' of tweens and teenagers, but it only works if kids use their parent or guardian’s Google account and only offers pre-programmed...
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It’s entirely possible that the U.S. government has undergone—and is still suffering the fallout from—the harshest, most potentially devastating cyber breach in the short history of digital information. Reuters broke the story last December that foreign entities—the...
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Announced rules also require fast takedowns of content, online profile verification, and more After a three-year review process, India has announced strict regulations for instant chat services, social network operators, and video-streaming companies.…
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Amazon recently launched Day1 Editions where they present new product ideas and only make the ones with significant pre-orders. Of the three products they're starting with, only their Smart Sticky Note Printer, a small Alexa-connected thermal printer, has hit the order...
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Alphabet's Google will change procedures before July for reviewing its scientists' work, according to a town hall recording heard by Reuters, part of an effort to quell internal tumult over the integrity of its artificial intelligence (AI) research. From a report: In remarks ...
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Approved open-source projects to get no-cost subscriptions (if they haven't already got one) Red Hat today further extended its olive branch to open-source groups with another freebie of sorts: this time, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) for Open Source Infrastructure.…
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See this video of Tom Cruise?Well, it's not Tom Cruise.It's AI generated synthetic media that portrays Tom Cruise onto a TikTok user using Deepfakes.Seeing is no longer believing. pic.twitter.com/CRix0hD9OH— Mckay Wrigley (@mckaywrigley) February 25, 2021 Unless you are...
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Here is the latest article in an eWEEK feature series called IT Science, in which we look at what actually happens at the intersection of new-gen IT and legacy systems. Unless it’s brand new and right off various assembly lines, servers, storage and networking inside every ...
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If you're a musician, a podcast host, or any sort of audio content creator, you already know the drill. You record performances using your prime equipment, save your master files, then dump all of your content on your computer's audio workstation to create a proper mix. —...
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There are a lot of great desktop environments for Linux, such as Cinnamon, KDE Plasma, and Xfce to name a few. With that said, only one can be the best, and that is GNOME. If you prefer a different environment, you are simply wrong or ignorant on the subject. You know what?...
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Thursday February 25, 2021. 11:54 PM
Facebook is discussing building facial recognition into its upcoming smart glasses product and has been weighing the legal implications of the controversial technology, Buzzfeed News reported citing remarks from executives at an internal meeting Thursday. From a report:...
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The best time to buy is when the season is winding down. It's not just cold-weather picks, but backpacks, headlamps, sporks, and more.
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Remedies to gatekeepers range from nothing to an antitrust breakup US antitrust legislators held a hearing on Thursday to consider how to limit the power of technology gatekeepers like Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook in order to promote competition.…
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Video game publisher Electronic Arts has canceled a game that was in development at its Montreal office for nearly six years, Bloomberg reported Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. From a report: The game, code named Gaia, was first hinted at in 2015, but was...
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