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Tuesday June 18, 2019. 01:30 PM
AI know what you did last summer Windows-on-Mac flinger Parallels gave its Remote Application Server (RAS) a slapping with the wet fish of AI this morning with the release of version 17, featuring Session Pre-Launch.…
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Home devices are so poorly guarded, attackers don't even need sophisticated tools While netizens and journalists worry about criminals and spies using sophisticated cyber-weapons to hijack Internet of Things devices, basic security protections are being overlooked – and...
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Home devices are so poorly guarded, attackers don't even need sophisticated tools While netizens and journalists worry about criminals and spies using sophisticated cyber-weapons to hijack Internet of Things devices, basic security protections are being overlooked – and...
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The benefits of cloud in a fast-moving future Promo Amazon Web Services is launching a series of videos to illustrate the various ways its cloud can help businesses innovate and prosper.…
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GoDaddy offspring admits to security breach, takes sweet time with emergency patching UK hosting provider tsoHost is recovering from a week of major service disruption, after discovering 'unauthorized code' was 'injected into servers' in one of its data centres.…
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Also: The Bennu Thrill Show - coming to an asteroid near you Roundup What price a boot on the Moon? Or maybe six robot wheels? There's a number for the former in this week's round-up of all things spacey.…
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Software trained from patient transcripts. The 'normal' dataset? From, er, Reddit Machine-learning algorithms can help psychologists predict, with 90 per cent accuracy, the onset of psychosis by analyzing a patient's conversations, according to this research here.…
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Talk about poacher turned gamekeeper Video Artificial intelligence built by Adobe can detect how an image may have been manipulated using, er, Adobe Photoshop, and predict what a doctored picture should have looked like.…
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Bitdefender teams up with FBI, cops to rescue Windows PC documents Victims of the latest incarnations of the GandCrab ransomware now have a way to reclaim their files without paying a penny to extortionists, thanks to the release of a decryption tool.…
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Tweet deleted as telly maker reconsiders damning but refreshingly honest messaging Samsung on Sunday sent out a tweet urging people to check their Sammy smart TVs for viruses – and then deleted the message, as if someone realized that highlighting the risks posed by...
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Woulda, CUDA, shoulda 'Nvidia brings CUDA to Arm,' the graphics chip giant announced with a straight face on Monday, specifically, 'its support for Arm CPUs.'…
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Monday June 17, 2019. 10:40 PM
Payment biz shrugs, says users are fine with sharing Graduate student Dan Salmon has released online seven million Venmo transfers, scraped from the social payment biz in recent months, to call attention to the privacy risks of public transaction data.…
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Don't let miscreants play hacky-SACK with your gear. Apply these mitigations, patches now if you can It is possible to crash vulnerable network-facing Linux servers, PCs, and gadgets, or slow down their network connections, by sending them a series of maliciously crafted...
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Actually probe expensive gear in real life? Pah. It's 2019. We're Boeing digital As the Boeing 737 Max controversy rolls on, the American planemaker has now been embroiled in a fresh row – after it was revealed it wants to shorten and replace some physical certification...
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Claws out as slippery-pawed cameraman renders officials with cat ears and whiskers A political party in Pakistan is suffering the indignity of internet memedom after someone left the cat filter switched on while live-streaming a press conference.…
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Toughen it up and reduce all that warrantless state surveillance, demands Liberty Human rights pressure group Liberty is taking the British government to court this week in its ongoing battle to have the most invasive parts of the so-called Snoopers' Charter struck down.…
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Toughen it up and reduce all that warrantless state surveillance, demands Liberty Human rights pressure group Liberty is taking the British government to court this week in an effort to have the most invasive parts of the so-called Snoopers' Charter struck down.…
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Shasta minute: HPE purchase to provide 1 exabyte of ClusterStor for Oak Ridge National Laboratory Cray has won a $50m-plus contract to provide 1 exabyte of ClusterStor storage for Oak Ridge National Laboratory's (ORNL) Frontier exascale supercomputer in the United States.…
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George Gilder and Nicholas Negroponte join CEO for 2-hour 'Tea with Mr Ren' Huawei's public relations onslaught continued today with a 'panel discussion' between the company's founder Ren Zhenfei, blockchain blowhard George Gilder and MIT Media Lab co-founder and non-stop...
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League of Entropy is the superhero gang you may or may not need Like some kind of space-age Bingo hall caller, a cloud-based API that publicly streams random numbers arrives today, and is being touted by Cloudflare.…
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