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Thursday April 15, 2021. 03:28 AM
‘Market does not appreciate hardware/software combo’ says Big Mike. So virty giant gets freedom, customers are promised no change +Analysis Dell will spin out its stake in VMware, and the two companies will continue to operate without major changes for at least five...
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Carbon Robotics, a Seattle company led by Isilon Systems co-founder Paul Mikesell, is unveiling its self-driving robot that uses artificial intelligence to identify weeds growing in fields of vegetables, then zaps them with precision thermal bursts from lasers. GeekWire...
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for April 15, 2021 is available.
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Dogecoin, the virtual currency that originally started as an internet meme more than seven years ago, has surged more than 85% in the last 24 hours and is trading at $0.13. Its market cap is now over $17 billion. CNN reports: The currency has soared more than 2,000% from the ...
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Nowadays, 8GB of RAM is pretty much the bare minimum that should come with any decent computer. Sure, maybe some users can get by OK with 4GB, but with memory prices being so low, there is really no excuse for anything less than 8GB. Hell, I would recommend all consumers opt ...
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Firefox 'fully compromised' in 15 minutes via SMASH attack Boffins from Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and ETH in Zurich have bypassed memory chip defenses to execute a successful browser-based Rowhammer side-channel attack dubbed SMASH.…
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Company: Spectra Logic (data storage and data management solutions) Company Description: Spectra Logic develops data storage and data management solutions that solve the problem of digital preservation for organizations dealing with exponential data growth. Spectra enables...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: South Koreans must learn how to work alongside machines if they want to thrive in a post-pandemic world where many jobs will be handled by artificial intelligence and robots, according to the country's labor minister....
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As we continue in our technological march toward Rosie the Robot, we quietly reached a major milestone in that revolution in just the last few years. We've been manufacturing robots to handle all kinds of household tasks for a while now. — Read the rest
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One of the best from Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks I have heard the song many times, but not seen it set to the OG cartoon. Wonderful.
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Researchers at the University of Washington have partnered with Apple to study how Apple Watch may be used to predict illnesses such as coronavirus, or flu. Apple Insider reports: 'The goal of the study is to see if the information collected by the Apple Watch and iPhone can ...
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The metered service model is designed to offer clients more flexibility as they work with Rackspace on cloud engineering projects.
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In my late teens, I went deep down the rabbit hole of 'Canterbury bands' (and Canterbury-adjacent). Bands like Soft Machine, Wilde Flowers, Caravan, Hatfield and the North, National Health, Matching Mole, Egg, Henry Cow, and Gong. There was something so different and...
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We've talked about the work of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and their supermarionation shows here on Boing Boing over the years, and we've discussed UFO, their first live action series, on the BBS, but it doesn't appear anything has ever been blogged about the show. — Read the...
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In a Senate briefing, the heads of the major intelligence agencies warned the public about dangers that offer no easy solutions.
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Google today announced that it is moving FeedBurner to a new infrastructure but also deprecating its email subscription service. From a report: If you're an internet user of a certain age, chances are you used Google's FeedBurner to manage the RSS feeds of your personal...
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Among the victims: the United Nations A Nigerian email scammer based in New York was on Tuesday sentenced to 40 months in prison, and ordered to pay back $2.7m in stolen money.…
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A new report from The Washington Post reveals how the FBI gained access to an iPhone linked to the 2015 San Bernardino shooting. Apple refused to build a backdoor into the phone, citing the potential to undermine the security of hundreds of millions of Apple users, which...
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Wednesday April 14, 2021. 11:41 PM
The agency's approach to protecting vulnerable victims of the recent Hafnium attack manages to be at once controversial and refreshingly restrained.
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Mozilla-authored code in iOS exploited, since patched, it is claimed Australian security firm Azimuth has been identified as the experts who managed to crack a mass shooter's iPhone that was at the center of an encryption standoff between the FBI and Apple.…
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