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Monday June 24, 2019. 09:08 AM
It was acceptable in the Eighties Who, Me? Sunday is gone and Monday is here. To ring in the week, please join us in welcoming the latest addition to the shedload of shame that is The Register's Who, Me? column.…
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The Raspberry Pi 4. [credit: Raspberry Pi ] Today, Raspberry Pi is introducing a new version of its popular line of single-board computer. The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is the fastest Raspberry Pi ever, with the company promising 'desktop performance comparable to...
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...And more, including dual 4K monitor outputs that you'll need new cables for The Raspberry Pi Foundation has multiplied 3 by 3 and come up with 4: today a new Pi, the Raspberry Pi 4, officially launches with three times the grunt of the previous generation, the Raspberry...
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Discount offer expires tonight so hurry, hurry, hurry Event If you want to learn how organisations like Lego, Well pharmacy and Bayer are putting AWS Lambda, Function as a Service (FaaS), and Azure Functions to work, you should join us at Serverless Computing London this...
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As America's antitrust investigators eye Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon for possible government intervention, Bloomberg offers nine 'lessons learned' from the way Microsoft handled its own antitrust investigation: Don't deny the obvious... In the app-store business,...
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'Delta Air Lines announced it will give passengers who fly out of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport the option to use facial recognition to board their flight instead of a standard boarding pass,' reported a CBS affiliate this week. The facial scanners will be...
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The Hustle tells the story of a mysterious legend who 'produced thousands of the ugliest counterfeit $1 bills ever made...so poorly done that the Secret Service thought the perpetrator was intentionally mocking them' -- using a small hand-driven printing press in his...
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Sunday June 23, 2019. 11:34 PM
theodp writes: Amazon Future Engineer students across the country are graduating from high school,' reports the Amazon Day One blog, 'and to celebrate, Amazonians visited select classrooms to meet some of the students and to check out their impressive computer science...
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Long-time Slashdot reader chicksdaddy shares news of a recent report from cybersecurity company Forcepoint's X-Lab, examining how cybersecurity decision-making is affected by six common biases: For instance, Forcepoint found that older generations are typically characterized ...
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On Princeton's 'Freedom to Tinker' site, the founder of the ENIAC Programmers Project summarizes 20 years of its research, remembering the 'incredible acts of computing innovation during and just after WWII' that 'established the foundation of modern computing and...
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An assistant professor of finance at Stony Brook University criticizes the argument that technology 'is quickly displacing a large number of workers, and the pace will only increase as automation and other forms of artificial intelligence become more advanced,' specifically...
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Bill Gates 'clearly hasn't got over his biggest mistake,' writes Inc. columnist Chris Matyszczyk. Speaking at a recent VC firm event, Gates told the audience: The greatest mistake ever is... whatever mismanagement I engaged in that caused Microsoft not to be what Android is. ...
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This year America's National Security Agency (NSA) is once again 'developing a cyber challenge and daring more than 330 schools and 2,600 students to solve it,' writes Federal News Network. Slashdot reader eatvegetables shares their report: Kathy Hutson, the senior...
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schwit1 quotes SFGate: Airlines are squeezing as many passengers as they can onto their jets, but one seat manufacturer believes its product can help carriers push capacity to the absolute limit. And it may help push down fares. Say goodbye to whatever personal space you had ...
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83-year-old former U.S. Senatior Ron Paul has published a new editorial on Zero Hedge: Last week, the House of Representatives voted in favor of a Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education appropriations bill amendment to repeal the prohibition on the use of federal...
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Supernatural creatures threaten a group of high school students in the new Netflix series Jinn. A high school field trip to the ancient archaeological site of Petra turns tragic, and supernatural creatures are unleashed to prey on the living in Jinn, the first...
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Enlarge (credit: NASA) With the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing fast approaching, there's a veritable deluge of programs, events, and media of various forms, all dedicated to recapturing an astonishing moment in humanity's collective history. All of these things...
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PolygamousRanchKid shares a report: GeekWire obtained an internal Microsoft list of prohibited and discouraged technology -- software and online services that the company doesn't want its employees using as part of their day-to-day work. We first picked up on rumblings of...
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Enlarge / Assemble just the right deck, and draw just the right cards, and you'll get the equivalent of a universal Turing machine within the game, a new study finds. That makes it the most computationally complex real-world game yet known. (credit: Gordon Chibroski/Portland ...
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Last week President Trump announced his bid for re-election. The internet also got into a heated discussion about the definition of concentration camps.
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