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Wednesday February 8, 2023. 03:31 PM
Growing indication power-sipping CPUs are catching on in crowded datacenters Three major hyperscalers – AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud – deliver as much as 5 percent of the world's computing power using Arm CPUs.…
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (heimdal, openssl, shim, and xorg-server), Oracle (kernel and thunderbird), Red Hat (git, libksba, samba, and tigervnc), Scientific Linux (thunderbird), Slackware (openssl and xorg), SUSE (EternalTerminal, openssl-1_0_0,...
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Longtime crossword enthusiast Tracy Bennett spent 20+ years at The New York Times as a copy editor before moving into the coveted puzzles department in 2020, and then rising to Wordle's editor in 2022. Does she love her new job? Of course she does. — Read the rest
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Allow a comforting mom presence to help you pretend you're not high AF when you have to go outside where all the normal people are. Every weed user needs to have this video in their back pocket. Alice Bradley, the former editor in chief of Lifehacker, offers practical tips...
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Our friend, authorq John Shirley talks to CatSynth TV, about his influences and writing process, working as a musician and writing lyrics for Blue Oyster Cult, writing for television, his forthcoming titles (Really, Really, Really, Really Weird Stories, Stormland), G.I. —...
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Boomer DJ Rob Schmidt knows what people around his age want, and need: a dance party with tunes from their youth to get them up and moving. For Alameda Post, I went to our local senior center one recent afternoon to cover their inaugural Boomer Dance Party. — Read the rest
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Are you ready to fully immerse yourself in the sounds of the Super Bowl this Sunday? If so, we’ve got an epic deal for you today. Amazon’s selling the Sony SF100F soundbar for $98 (sans expert assembly, which you won’t need)—a substantial 25 percent discount from the normal...
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Google published an online advertisement in which its much anticipated AI chatbot Bard delivered an inaccurate answer. From a report: The tech giant posted a short GIF video of Bard in action via Twitter, describing the chatbot as a 'launchpad for curiosity' that would help...
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A trio of inexpensive gadgets helped me get better flavors and more consistent results from the finicky brewing method.
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ChatGPT is not as random as a human—for now.
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Medical systems disproportionately fail people of color, but a focus on fixing the numbers can actually lead to worse outcomes.
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Demand to display wallet full of coin facilitated mystery heist Ahad Shams, the co-founder of Web3 metaverse gaming engine startup Webaverse, discovered in late November 2022 that someone had stolen $4 million of his cryptocurrency – during a real world interaction.…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: Pictures of 100 Birkin bags covered in shaggy, multi-colored fur have become the focus of a court dispute that will decide how digital artists can depict commercial activities in their art and cast new light on whether...
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The franchise’s upcoming Lightfall expansion revealed an evolution for the once-formless Pyramid Fleet. WIRED got a closer look with Bungie’s art team.
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Volume 4 of The Complete Tom the Dancing Bug!  TOM THE DANCING BUG: ALL-MIGHTY COMICS!  Books currently being personalized, signed, sketched in, and sent out!  Let's go!  Information here. 'Each week Ruben Bolling takes an unassuming little blank white rectangle and fills it...
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GDPR rejig and Online Safety Bill concerns, semiconductor strategy basically sorted then. Right? Right? UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has used a reshuffle of his cabinet of ministers to also usher into existence a dedicated department to focus on science and technology...
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Supersmart algorithms won't take all the jobs, But they are learning faster than ever, doing everything from medical diagnostics to serving up ads.
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Legal experts say a key law should already prevent brokers from collecting and selling data that’s weaponized against vulnerable people.
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A key tool in the early pandemic response, monoclonal antibodies are now ineffective against new variants. Immunocompromised patients are especially at risk.
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New research released today by Barracuda shows 75 percent of organizations surveyed have experienced a successful email-borne attack in the last 12 months. What's more the study, carried out by Vanson Bourne, finds recovering from an email-borne security attack costs victims ...
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