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Thursday May 24, 2018. 03:37 AM
Fill the jar and hand over your iPhone, sir Australia is ramping up its use of phone-cracking technology to crack serious criminals: its peak sports anti-doping body has taken a Cellbrite licence.…
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Bill gets second reading but faces wrath of robot-loving EFF A law bill that would require AI bots pretending to be humans to identify themselves as such is progressing through California's Congress – but has hit opposition from the Electronic Freedom Foundation.…
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Layoffs coming as taxi-app shuts up shop Uber has confirmed that it's shutting down its self-driving car operation in Arizona – without waiting for the conclusion of the official investigation into the death of a pedestrian in the US state in March.…
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COPPA load of these new data protection rights for tykes US Congress is pondering a bipartisan measure to expand the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) – the law that, well, protects children's privacy online.…
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Legal concerns over platform were floated back in July Some ten months before Sen. Ron Wyden would request the FCC examine legal concerns over the service, a US lawyer had alerted the agency to potential problems with the Securus THREADS database.…
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Wednesday May 23, 2018. 11:53 PM
Test rig itself may be causing detected minute bursts of thrust, warn eggheads The 'impossible' EmDrive may be just that, though don't count it out just yet.…
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For now you'll just have to make do with its Xeons AI Dev Con Intel announced a range of machine learning software tools and hinted at new chips on Wednesday, including its first commercial AI ASIC, the NNP-L1000, launching in 2019.…
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Cisco's Talos team says 500k already pwned and leaking data A newly-disclosed malware infection has compromised more than 500,000 home and small office routers and NAS boxes.…
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No, not the Russian probing. No, not money from foreign governments. No, not firing of officials. Twitter Donald Trump has broken the United States Constitution, a New York district court ruled Wednesday, putting the US president in legal hot water.…
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And we'll, erm, name and shame bad actors MORE LOUDLY Hostile states targeting essential infrastructure and services in Britain should be dealt with in the same way as any other attack against the nation, the UK Attorney General said today.…
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Crunchy charcoal fingers with raw meaty innards to be a thing of the past With a bank holiday looming (in the UK and US at least) thoughts are turning to barbecues and the traditional burning-of-the-meat.…
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//X and pals on show in San Fran Nine-year-old flash firm Pure Storage flung out a slew of products to ward off legacy and newbie rivals at its Accelerate event in San Francisco, including – as you'd expect – faster, denser and cheaper arrays.…
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A tale of lawyer-funding venture capitalists and Mountain View A former director of consumer rights group Which is trying to extract “somewhere between £1bn and £3bn” from Google on behalf of 4.38 million Brits over the naughty placement of advertising cookies.…
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PS: Don't forget to try to cash in on public data – MPs Increased use of algorithms in decision-making risks disproportionately affecting certain groups, MPs have said, urging the government to boost transparency and tackle bias - but not forget the value of public data.…
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'Member that innocent, pre-Zuckerberg time? The source code to the Eudora email client is being released by the Computer History Museum, after five years of discussion with the IP owner, Qualcomm.…
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The one whose name doesn't rhyme with schmintel Analysis Micron has started to separate from Intel in NAND production, just days after whipping the veil off its 7.68TB QLC SSD, and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra and pals are keen to chat up analysts about their vision of the coming...
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Goal to be achieved not with government cash, but 'market conditions' The UK's chief purse-strings-puller Philip Hammond has pledged 15 million premises will receive full-fibre broadband by 2025, in an apparent bid to boost Britain's fortunes post-Brexit.…
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30 years on, King of Pop's dance moves no longer flummox academic world New research from India into Michael Jackson's Smooth Criminal tilt has concluded that, yes, it is physically impossible and dancers should really stop trying to recreate it because Achilles tendon and...
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Will legendary Brit inventor step in to save the day? Customers of Retro Computers ltd, the ZX Spectrum themed reboot firm, have now set up a website asking Sir Clive Sinclair to intervene in the non-delivery debacle.…
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AI is no longer just an academic exercise – and courses need to wise up to that Artificial intelligence and its sub-domains look set to be the next major growth area for software developers, programmers, hackers and just about anyone who has anything to do with software.…
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