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dimanche 29 juillet 2018, 21:19
An anonymous reader writes: 'The Mozilla Foundation, the organization behind the Firefox browser, is working on adding a new feature to its browser that is similar to the Site Isolation feature that Google rolled out to Chrome users this year,' reports Bleeping Computer....
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At the company's second quarter 2018 financial results conference call, Intel chief engineering officer Venkata Renduchintala said the 'Cannon Lake' 10mn processors won't appear in products until the 2019 holiday season. 'The systems on shelves that we expect in holiday 2019 ...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: In a scrapyard in Massachusetts, the YouTuber known as Rich Rebuilds runs a pair of jumper cables from a broken down Tesla Model S to a deep cycle battery. 'We may hear some clicks,' he says, as he prepares to connect the ...
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Samsung Display, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, just introduced a flexible OLED panel that has a transparent plastic cover already attached, emulating the properties of glass but retaining the screen's innate flexibility. The screen is so durability that it's been...
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The Boston Globe reports of a previously undisclosed program, called 'Quiet Skies,' that targets travelers who 'are not under investigation by any agency and are not in the Terrorist Screening Data Base.' The insights come from a TSA bulletin in March that describes the...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reuters: Facebook and its chief executive Mark Zuckerberg were sued on Friday in what could be the first of many lawsuits over a disappointing earnings announcement by the social media company that wiped out about $120 billion of...
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Barack Obama said this month that AI research is accelerating, making it harder to find jobs for everybody, and concluding 'we're going to have to consider new ways of thinking about these problems, like a universal income.' But a Financial Times columnist adds that 'an...
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'Facebook executives said on Wednesday its profit margins would plummet for several years due to the cost of improving privacy safeguards and slowing usage in its top advertising markets,' reports Reuters, adding that the news 'wiped over $120 billion off the company's share ...
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An anonymous reader quotes CNN: Amazon topped $2 billion in quarterly profit for the first time in its history, an impressive run fueled by continued growth in Prime subscriptions, cloud computing and its nascent advertising business. Amazon said Thursday that it earned $2.5 ...
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Slate asks why more businesses are refusing cash -- and investigates the downside. An anonymous reader quotes their report: Stores are eliminating cash registers and coin rolls in pursuit of what they say is a safer, more streamlined payment process -- and one that most of...
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'It's so hot, even parts of the Arctic are on fire,' reports Vox, citing wildfires in Sweden, while Greece 'has declared a state of emergency as raging forest fires have killed at least 81 people and injured more than 190.' But heat-related disasters are happening around the ...
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'The UK parliament has provided another telling glimpse behind the curtain of Facebook's unregulated ad platform by publishing data on scores of pro-Brexit adverts...' reports TechCrunch, adding that the 2016 ads 'were run prior to Facebook having any disclosure rules for...
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samedi 28 juillet 2018, 23:34
An anonymous reader quotes IEEE Spectrum: [W]hat's so compelling about RISC-V isn't the technology -- it's the economics. The instruction set is open source. Anyone can download it and design a chip based on the architecture without paying a fee. If you wanted to do that...
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An anonymous reader quotes CNET: Massachusetts plans to protect net neutrality by naming and shaming internet service providers that don't adhere to open internet principles. Lawmakers in the state Senate have proposed a bill (S2160) that would create an 'internet service...
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'It's been a year since Equifax doxed the nation of America through carelessness, deception and greed, lying about it and stalling while the problem got worse and worse,' writes Cory Doctorow. Equifax's new CSO says they've spent over $200 million on security upgrades, in...
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The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power wants to spend $3 billion to pump back the water that's flowing through Hoover Dam -- so it can flow through again later, during periods of peak energy demand. This generates a net profit for the dam's operators -- the pumping...
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An anonymous reader quotes CNET: Opera, an underdog in a browser market dominated by Google's Chrome, raised $115 million in an initial public offering Friday. The company sold 9.6 million American depositary shares at $12 each, the high end of the $10-to-$12 range it...
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pacopico writes: First World View hung Google SVP Alan Eustace at the end of a balloon and then dropped him 135,908 feet back to Earth. Then, it sent a KFC chicken sandwich to the edge of space. Now, World View has figured out how to get high-altitude balloons to sail winds...
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Slashdot reader Lauren Weinstein writes: YouTube very quietly made a very cool and rather major improvement in their video players today... YouTube is now adjusting the YT player size to match videos' native aspect ratios. This is a big deal, and very much welcome. YouTube...
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An anonymous reader quotes ZDNet: The German state of Lower Saxony is set to follow Munich in migrating thousands of official computers away from Linux to Microsoft's Windows. As initially reported by Heise, the state's tax authority has 13,000 workstations running OpenSuse...
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