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Monday May 20, 2019. 08:13 AM
Ah yes, maybe generative adversarial models can be useful after all Spinning up dark matter simulations is computationally expensive so a team of cosmologists are turning to AI models instead.…
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Chinese sex company wants to (wire)tap that... A class-action lawsuit against a Chinese sex toy company accused of storing intimate data from its internet-connected dildo can move ahead, a California judge has decided.…
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Saturday May 18, 2019. 12:01 PM
...And more from the world of infosec this week Roundup Here's a quick catch-up of all things infosec beyond what we've already reported this week.…
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Charlie Brown and Snoopy go to the Moon Part One Today marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 10, the mission that would do pretty much everything except land on the Moon.…
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Friday May 17, 2019. 10:52 PM
Plug pulled on instances as engineers scramble to protect customer info Updated Unlucky Salesforce customers have been unable to reach the service since 0956 PDT (1656 UTC) on Friday, thanks to a ham-handed database deployment.…
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Explosives activated by wireless networking signals discovered amid election Terrorists have been caught strapping Wi-Fi-activated backup triggers to bombs in Indonesia, police claimed this week.…
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Don't worry, it'll shut itself down if someone hits it hard enough French tech services biz Atos has squeezed out its first edgy server box to be deployed outside of the data centre.…
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Six-week investigation delay shrank payment by 13% A $1.2m shipment of livestock feed went awry when 'hackers' intercepted and tweaked emails with payment details, eventually costing the cheeky buyers an extra $161,000 after exchange rates moved during the legal fallout.…
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Also: Accidental explosion in TypeScript type-checking de-borked in version 3.5 Microsoft kept up the cadence of its Visual Studio Code emissions with a shrivelled April update due to the altogether more exciting arrival of Remote Development.…
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Google, Microsoft, Apple and Mozilla on board, says chair Intel's Web Standards tech lead, Anssi Kostiainen, has said the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Machine Learning for the Web Community Group now has 'all major browsers – Google, Microsoft, Apple, Mozilla – on...
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We read this week's Huawei happenings and filleted it so you don't have to Roundup Huawei has been kicked by a US national emergency proclamation hitting 'foreign' gear, spent some cash in France, claimed it's worth billions to Britain and was described as 'a potential...
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The term, we believe, is 'rekt': GPU giant loses nearly $1bn in sales, profits fall 68% It might be a new financial year for Nvidia but familiar problems still dog the GPU specialist: the channel remains filled with too much stock and some hyperscale cloud providers aren't...
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Substantial losses weren't much fun, now we'll wait till deal is done HPE is buying supercomputing veteran Cray Inc for $1.3bn after a multi-year squeeze in the supers sector that culminated in 'substantial loss' for the HPC-flinger at the start of 2019.…
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As most chip suppliers take a hit on sales Having been humiliated by Samsung in 2017, Intel has reclaimed its customary place as the world's largest semiconductor supplier.…
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'Baby by myself the stain grows more obvious...' An Oracle AI bot, in collaboration with poet and programmer Eran Hadas, has spewed out an alleged song based on dozens of Eurovision entries.…
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Hardly practical but the headroom is there Micron's Ballistix Elite brand of DDR4 memory has been overclocked by almost 60 per cent using liquid nitrogen cooling.…
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Also: Repeated reboots to get a Windows 10 update installed? Just like the (not so) old days What do Windows 10 and SpaceX's Starlink launch have in common? One needs updating and might explode without warning. The other is an operating system.…
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Plus: Battery software updated following vehicle fires CEO Elon Musk is to embark on a comprehensive expenses review at Tesla, according to Reuters.…
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Biz will do almost anything for money (as long as it is cloud-related) Dell Technologies' cloudy division Virtustream has expanded its range of professional and managed services with the launch of xStreamCare.…
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Risky business: Azure cloud rains bills Hundreds of Microsoft customers awoke yesterday to find hundreds of Azure invoices of other customers in their inbox. Each customer was emailed not only their own invoice, but scores of bills intended for others.…
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