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Wednesday May 12, 2021. 12:43 AM
Python in the browser has long been an item on the wish list of many in the Python community. At this point, though, JavaScript has well-cemented its role as the language embedded into the web and its browsers. The Pyodide project provides a way to run Python in the browser...
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China's ruling Communist Party has opened a new front in its long, ambitious war to shape global public opinion: Western social media. From a report: Liu Xiaoming, who recently stepped down as China's ambassador to the United Kingdom, is one of the party's most successful...
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A mom and her 5-week-old baby drew the attention of Kiki, a gorilla who (unfortunately) lives at the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston with a baby of her own. The way Kiki stares at the human baby, moves to show off her own baby, and even reaches out to touch the human baby's hand ...
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Tuesday May 11, 2021. 11:54 PM
Just yesterday, we told you about some insanely fast memory from HyperX. That company's new Predator RAM kits can be had with speeds up to 5333MHz. While we do not yet know pricing for that memory, it is guaranteed to be expensive. If you don't need super-pricy memory that...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Amazon's Alexa has a voice familiar to millions: calm, warm, and measured. But like most synthetic speech, its tones have a human origin. There was someone whose voice had to be recorded, analyzed, and algorithmically...
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Super Pixel Quest is a 164-page, digital webcomic by French artist Emmanuel Espinasse. He created the comic in 2014 but it has the feel of a 1980s HyperCard game with its black and white, pixelated design. Through animated GIFS, Super Pixel Quest tells the story of a little...
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Zuck gets tough just as Germany blocks privacy policy roll-out WhatsApp users who refuse to accept its new privacy policy will slowly but surely be cut off from the chat app, the social network has confirmed.…
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Vice takes a look at the SleepyHead system for the management of CPAP machines. The free, open-source, and definitely not FDA-approved piece of software is the product of thousands of hours of hacking and development by a lone Australian developer named Mark Watkins, who...
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Chinese television maker Skyworth has issued an apology after a consumer found that his set was quietly collecting a wide range of private data and sending it to a Beijing-based analytics company without his consent. From a report: A network traffic analysis revealed that a...
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Apple AirTag OPINION: Chris Smith believes Apple outperforms rivals in keeping user data safe and unexploited. However, recent moves showcase a slight hint of convenience over privacy creeping in. Apple has done an excellent job in recent times of honing its image as a...
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DigiCert has introduced a new solution that lays the groundwork for complete and autonomous on-premises security certificate management. The new DigiCert Automation Manager is a containerized solution, made for enterprises with high-volume transport layer security (TLS)...
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Maya Lin installed 49 dead Atlantic White Cedar trees in a park in New York City to warn of climate change, reports Reuters. 'They're called, 'Ghost Forests,' so I wanted to bring a ghost forest to raise awareness about this phenomenon,' she added, noting that more than 50%...
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New submitter TheCowSaysMoo writes: Gas stations from Florida to Virginia began running dry and prices at the pump jumped on Tuesday as the shutdown of the biggest U.S. fuel pipeline by hackers extended into a fifth day and sparked panic buying by motorists. About 7.5% of...
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'This can happen to anybody. There's always learning in any crisis. And we were no exception' CyberUK 21 SolarWinds’ chief exec has described the 18,000 customers who downloaded backdoored versions of its Orion software as a “very small” number while giving a speech to ...
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Alphabet's Google plans to double the size of its team studying artificial-intelligence ethics in the coming years, as the company looks to strengthen a group that has had its credibility challenged by research controversies and personnel defections. From a report: Vice...
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You can find $15 earbuds almost anywhere, but at that price point, you're just hoping to get something even vaguely decent. You get what you pay for most of the time. And most of the time, that means basically junk. So if audio quality matters to you (and it should), most...
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Plus: Grab your updates for Adobe, SAP, Android, Intel Patch Tuesday Microsoft's May Patch Tuesday brought a lighter-than-usual load of 55 fixes for 32 of the Windows giant's applications and services, which is about half what was served up in April.…
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Microsoft continues to crank out the monthly updates for Xbox Series X/S with May’s software boost enabling you go get back to your games even faster than before. The update for this month features improvements to the Quick Resume feature, which enables users to dive back...
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Political theater is not Ted Cancun Cruz's forte, and yet the GQP senator from Texas keeps on trying. His latest flop began at a Senate Judiciary Committee today when he veered away from the subject of gun violence prevention to ask Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and the...
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AI here, there and everywhere Think IBM's latest attempt at relevance in the cloud world continued at its Think conference by giving its Cloud Pak for Data another beating with the AI stick and unleashing Watson on IT pros.…
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