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Friday April 16, 2021. 02:45 AM
In his final letter to shareholders as Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos said that the company has to 'do a better job for our employees.' But, as The Verge points out, the outlined strategy includes 'a robotic scheme that will develop new staffing schedules using an algorithm.' From...
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E-commerce wing to also get a huge fulfillment center for Q3 2022 Indian e-commerce company FlipKart, majority owned by US behemoth Walmart, has chosen AdaniConneX to build its third data center in Chennai. It is expected to be one of the largest private cloud deployments in ...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: Facebook's lead data supervisor in the European Union has opened an investigation into whether the tech giant violated data protection rules vis-a-vis the leak of data reported earlier this month. Here's the Irish Data...
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The Australian government is preparing to deploy income compliance against disabled people, and eventually a single app for all government services. What could possibly go wrong?
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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today announced it has enhanced its groundbreaking HTTPS Everywhere browser extension by incorporating rulesets from DuckDuckGo Smarter Encryption. According to the digital rights group's press release, HTTPS Everywhere is 'a...
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A lot of people hate Windows 10, but I think it is actually quite good. With that said, I'd much rather use a Linux distribution such as Ubuntu or Fedora. With Linux, I feel more safe and secure. No operating system in infallible, but bad guys are more likely to write...
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'FreeBSD, the other Linux, reached version 13,' writes long-time Slashdot reader undoman. 'The operating system is known for its stable code, native ZFS support, and use of the more liberal BSD licenses.' Phoronix highlights some of the major new improvements: FreeBSD 13.0...
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I really have no clue what I have just seen or what CORE is. I think Bill and Ted's Aggro Experience or some sort of 'Sliders but you engage in war with every culture you meet' — however, what I think is hidden inside the awful advertising is a creative game design platform....
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Unless something changes, an issue lurking in older PlayStations' internal timing systems threatens to eventually make every PS4 game and all downloaded PS3 games unplayable on current hardware. Right now, it's not a...
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Thursday April 15, 2021. 11:42 PM
ioXt Alliance aims to bring 'transparency and visibility' On Thursday the ioXt Alliance, an Internet of Things (IoT) security trade group backed by some of the biggest names in the business, introduced a set of baseline standards for mobile apps, in the hope that IoT...
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Microsoft’s Edge web browser is enjoying a new lease on life since a smart switch to the Google Chromium platform. Now the company is making the most of the new-found popularity. The company has added a new Kids Mode, which it says puts a safety net around the web to help...
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A federal judge tossed a $506.2 million damages award against Apple after ruling the iPhone maker should have been able to argue that patent owner Optis Wireless Technology was making unfair royalty demands, though he refused to throw out the liability finding. From a...
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An anonymous reader shares a report: On November 7, 2018, Leong Sze Hian, a financial advisor and blogger, shared an article on his Facebook page, without comment. The article, published by Malaysian website The Coverage, alleged that Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien...
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Google has announced a huge update to its Google Earth Timelapse feature, which enables users to see the rapid disintegration of the natural world within a few seconds.  The new feature, which is available to view in a web browser, uses satellite imagery captured over the...
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Ah, the all-too-common mishap of online meetings! Canadian Parliament member William Amos, who had just come back from jogging, somehow appeared at a virtual meeting stark naked. He later apologized. From AP: 'This was an unfortunate error,″ Amos said in a statement sent...
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Microsoft is formally launching Kids Mode for the Edge browser today, providing a protected space for kids to browse the web.Microsoft announced what it’s calling a new, native browsing mode in February, and Kids Mode started rolling out to the stable Edge browser platform ...
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Linux for Windows switchers: smooth user experience, if users steer clear of Windows apps on Wine Zorin OS 16 Linux has moved into beta, promising improved performance and a more extensive application Store covering Flathub and Snap as well as old-style repositories.…
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Italian sports car icon Ferrari has announced its first foray into electric cars with the company’s first fully electric supercar coming in 2025. During the company’s annual general meeting, CEO John Eklan confirmed the first e-car is on the way, with three others being...
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An anonymous reader writes: Charles Schwab is suing one of its former customers after the retail brokerage allegedly sent more than $1.2 million to an account of the Louisiana woman and then could not get the money back. Schwab meant to send $82.56 to Kelyn Spadoni's...
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This '67 Valiant is cool enough for Henchman #1 or #2 but certainly not the big boss. Bring A Trailer: This 1967 Plymouth Valiant is a two-door sedan that is powered by a 392ci Hemi V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission and finished in two-tone gold and purple over ...
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