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Wednesday January 13, 2021. 08:28 AM
Assuming we can get our hands on these 7nm Zen 3 parts. Plus: Epyc and Nvidia teases CES AMD on Tuesday launched its Ryzen 5000 series of microprocessors at this year’s virtual CES trade show.…
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YouTube has taken action against President Donald Trump and barred new videos from being uploaded to his channel for at least seven days, citing violations of its policies and 'concerns about the ongoing potential for violence.' NBC News reports: It's the latest action...
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Plus a bit of Azure, and it all costs so much it’s selling $1.5bn more shares Videoconferencing darling Zoom has issued a prospectus it hopes will raise $1.5bn, and which also reveals that it may be less dependent on the cloud than its suppliers have trumpeted. The...
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For 20 years now, El Reg has been looking for proof – is this finally it? CES It was almost exactly 20 years ago – January 6, 2001 – that Reg reader Erik Trent wrote to us bemoaning the tendency of tech journalists to repeat futuristic nonsense.…
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What a time to be alive CES The world is in the grip of a lethal viral pandemic. The technology industry’s response?…
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Following widespread demands and similar actions by other platforms, YouTube this evening locked down Donald Trump's channel. The suspension prevents new videos being published, but does not remove those already posted, and will last one week. Donald J. Trump's YouTube...
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There was this big hope that 2021 would be wonderful after 2020 was so terrible. Well, folks, so far that's certainly not the case. People are dying of COVID-19 at record numbers, while vaccinations for the virus remain woefully low. Oh, and here in the USA, we had a...
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Last four built will be freighters. And mighty freighters at that Boeing has confirmed that production of its 747 aircraft will end in 2022.…
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eWEEK PRODUCT OVERVIEW AND INSIGHT: Armis is designed to protect organizations from cyberthreats created by the onslaught of unmanaged and IoT devices.
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'We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us.' — Ralph Hattersley There's a reason why victims of fire or other natural disasters, or people who run from their homes with little but the clothes on their backs, always instinctively try to save one...
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An anonymous reader quotes Ars Technica: Russia's legislative body, the State Duma, is considering fines for individuals and companies in the country that use Western-based satellite Internet services. The proposed law seeks to prevent accessing the Internet by means of...
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China Telecom, world’s largest carrier, and China’s premier ISP, has accelerated - hard APNIC, the Asia-Pacific’s regional Internet address registry, has noticed a sharp uptick in IPv6 use by China Telecom, the nation’s top provider of internet services.…
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Razer has created a concept reusable N95 respirator called Project Hazel, featuring Chroma RGB LEDs and microphones and amplifiers to project your voice. The Verge reports: It's a concept design with a glossy outside shell made of waterproof and scratch-resistant recycled...
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According to Reuters, the CDC is expected to sign an order on Tuesday requiring nearly all international air travelers to test negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours of departure. Those under 2 and passengers connecting through the UK are exempt. From the report: The new...
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'I do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our Nation or the Constitution,' writes Vice President Mike Pence in this letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tonight. BREAKING: In a letter to Speaker Pelosi, VP Pence says he will not invoke the...
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General Motors unveiled a new electric van and revealed potential plans to delve into flying cars, sending its stock soaring by as much as 8.8% to $48.95 a share. CNBC reports: The EV600 electric van is scheduled to go on sale later this year through a new commercial...
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Face-recognition biz hammered after harvesting people's pics, videos without permission A California-based facial recognition biz has been directed by the US Federal Trade Commission to delete the AI models and algorithms that it developed by harvesting people's photos and...
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eWEEK INNOVATION ANALYSIS: Smart Glasses is the first iteration of an enterprise-grade head-mounted display for PCs. Like flat panels revolutionized PCs, head-mounted displays could revolutionize the next generation of mobile PCs.
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The problems with 'vendoring' in packages—bundling dependencies rather than getting them from other packages—seems to crop up frequently these days. We looked at Debian's concerns about packaging Kubernetes and its myriad of Go dependencies back in October. A more recent ...
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Civil rights groups say they will organize an advertiser boycott unless Google removes Trump's YouTube channel, Reuters reports on Tuesday, one week after Trump-loyal mob attacked the U.S. Capitol in an assault that left at least 5 dead. Excerpt: Jim Steyer, one of the...
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