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Thursday December 14, 2017. 08:04 AM
Yes, this really is called DOH, but this one's far from a face palm The Internet Engineering Task Force has taken the first steps towards a better way of protecting users' DNS queries and incidentally made a useful contribution to making neutrality part of the 'net's...
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Socguy writes: The relentless downward march in cost of both solar and battery storage is poised to displace 10GW worth of natural gas peaker plant electricity production in the U.S. by 2027. Already we are seeing the net cost of combined solar and batteries cheaper than the ...
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Cortana, Office, Bing, Azure get machine-learning boost Microsoft has bunged a load of AI-powered features into its software – from Azure and Office 365 to Bing and Cortana.…
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$2 an hour? Jeez, thanks, Jeff People wanted for tedious work. Low wages, variable hours, location flexible. Career growth doubtful. Not much in the way of recognition or thanks.…
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VMware-to-Azure was just the beginning Microsoft has revealed the Azure Migrate tool it announced as supporting lift and shift from on-prem vSphere to Azure will also become capable of doing the same for on-premises Hyper-V applications and applications in rival clouds. But...
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Missing key info, take with a pinch of salt, YMMV If you've been curious about the potential performance of Google's TPU2 – its second-generation custom neural-network math acceleration chip – well, here's an early Christmas present.…
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An anonymous reader writes: The author of BrickerBot -- the malware that bricks IoT devices -- has announced his retirement in an email to Bleeping Computer, also claiming to have bricked over 10 million devices since he started the 'Internet Chemotherapy' project in...
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According to Reuters, The White House said Wednesday the U.S. government needs a major overhaul of information technology systems and should take steps to better protect data and accelerate efforts to use cloud-based technology. The report outlined a timeline over the next...
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50 Mbps / 100 Mbps now bundle CVC capacity nbn™ has announced new wholesale bundles it hopes will overcome the despised peak-hour crush: a 50 Mbps access product with 2 Mbps of CVC traffic in the bundle; and a 100 Mbps access product with 2.5 Mbps of CVC.…
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It's also accidentally written the syllabus for a 'Home IoT Network Engineer' course Internet of Things users need to become sysadmins, America's Federal Bureau of Investigation says.…
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Greg Synek reports via TechSpot: To help with the reverse engineering of malware, Avast has released an open-source version of its machine-code decompiler, RetDec, that has been under development for over seven years. RetDec supports a variety of architectures aside from...
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for December 14, 2017 is available.
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Joon Lee has announced the release of FreeNAS 11.1, an updated release of the project's specialist FreeBSD-based operating system designed for computers providing Network-Attached Storage (NAS) services. This version updates the base system to FreeBSD 11.1: "The FreeNAS devel...
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Good effort but the games were seemingly rigged Analysis DeepMind claimed this month its latest AI system – AlphaZero – mastered chess and Shogi as well as Go to 'superhuman levels' within a handful of hours.…
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Open source is the future of computing. Don't believe me? Three of the most important technology companies -- Microsoft, Apple, and Google -- not only license open source software, but they contribute to open source projects too. While closed source will likely never go...
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Patients of Dr. Simon Bramhall probably weren’t expecting an autograph on their transplanted organs. That didn’t stop the surgeon from signing their livers like Roy Moore on high school yearbook day. Bramhall pleaded guilty to two counts of assault for using an argon...
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T-Mobile has revealed that it's launching a TV service in 2018, and that is has acquired Layer3 TV (a company that integrates TV, streaming and social networking) to make this happen. The company thinks people are ditching cable due to the providers, not TV itself. Engadget...
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The driver of a DeLorean modded to resemble the version from Back to the Future didn’t impress a Texas state trooper for hitting 88 mph. Mark Shields, who was driving his car to an event, told KHOU he thought the officer was joking when he pulled him over for the...
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Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg / Getty Images News) A newly released letter has formally acknowledged what was only briefly stated last month in a San Francisco courtroom: federal prosecutors have an open criminal investigation into Uber. Late last month, as part of the...
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Digital media artists Makio&Floz use their AxiDraw drawing machine, which they have dubbed 'Jojo le robot,' to create plotted portraits. They are currently offering these signed and numbered 'Plottraits' to the first 100 people who order. About 'Jojo,' in the artists' words...
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