MacMusic  |  PcMusic  |  440 Software  |  440 Forums  |  440TV  |  Zicos
acirc
Recherche

PC / Tech. > Ars Technica

jeudi 5 avril 2018, 19:10
Enlarge / Xbox One X Console Controller. (credit: Microsoft) A video game industry lobby group is joining the lawsuit that seeks to reinstate net neutrality rules in the US, saying that the net neutrality repeal could harm multiplayer online games that require robust...
    0
HP Intel's expanded range of 8th-generation Core processors announced earlier this week included a couple of mobile Xeon models, boasting all the same specs as the non-Xeon parts—6 cores/12 threads, running at up to 4.8GHz, with 12MB cache—but with the addition of a...
    0
Enlarge / Which of these gun-toting badasses is actually a toxic player? Ubisoft is taking extra effort to rein in 'toxic' behavior among the more than 25 million registered players of Rainbow Six: Siege. In a blog post last night, the company laid out new policies and...
    0
Enlarge / A tourist walks in the Redwood forest amongst tall trees in Rotorua, New Zealand. (credit: Matteo Colombo / Getty Images) ROTORUA, New Zealand—My pitches to Ars' editors are, in contrast to my articles, short and to the point. 'I'm going to New Zealand soon....
    0
Enlarge / Thanks in part to a functional safety barrier, the damage from the September crash in Hayward was much less severe than last month's crash in Mountain View. (credit: KGO-TV) Last week, we reported on the death of Walter Huang, a Tesla customer whose Model X...
    0
Video shot and edited by CNE. Click here for transcript. Peggy Whitson was the first astronaut I got to meet and talk with at length, ten years ago at a party at Moody Gardens celebrating NASA’s 50th anniversary. She was cool and canny, radiating competence and cutting a ...
    0
Enlarge (credit: Jaysin Trevino / Flickr) Picture this: a dark alley where the suave evil dude has cornered a helpless plot point. Looming behind the evil dude is someone as broad as he is tall. The generic muscle has a shaven head, missing teeth, and an in-grown T-shirt....
    0
Enlarge / Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. (credit: Anthony Quintano / Flickr) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took an apologetic tone in a call with reporters Wednesday afternoon, weeks after the Cambridge Analytica debacle that has put a new level of pressure on the social...
    0
mercredi 4 avril 2018, 23:02
An image taken from alleged shooter Nasim Aghdam's personal website. (credit: Nasim Aghdam) As news unfolded about Tuesday's YouTube shooting, a chilling motive emerged. Ahead of the incident, the alleged shooter had posted videos maligning the service—doing so as a...
    1
Enlarge / UC Berkeley economics professor Brad DeLong is an expert on tech revolutions and long-term economic trends, as well as social democracy. (credit: Brad DeLong) Right now, the US tech economy is booming, but what will be the long-term effects of automation and AI?...
    0
Enlarge / Polar bear fur insulates even when wet. (credit: Mario Hoppmann) Personal heating products have always scared me. The idea of getting into a bed with an electric blanket appeals about as much as a romantic bath with my toaster. So when researchers propose a shirt ...
    0
Enlarge / I see the resemblance. (credit: Getty | John Greim) There are many reasons to avoid the plethora of direct-to-consumer DNA tests on the market these days. Recent data suggests that many may produce alarming false positives for disease risks, while others that...
    1
Enlarge (credit: Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images) In a new blog post published Wednesday morning, Facebook announced that even more people—beyond the initial 50 million—have been affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. At the end of a lengthy piece,...
    0
Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | RiverNorthPhotography) CenturyLink is trying to force customers into arbitration in order to avoid a class-action lawsuit from subscribers who say they've been charged for services they didn't order. To do so, CenturyLink has come up with a...
    0
Enlarge / A General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper. (credit: USAF / Airman First Class Adarius Petty) About a month ago, news surfaced that Google was working with the United States Department of Defense on drone software called 'Project Maven.' The project applied Google's...
    0
Enlarge / YouTube's headquarters is seen during an active shooter situation in San Bruno, California on April 03, 2018. (credit: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images)) In a brief press conference Wednesday morning, San Bruno Police Chief Ed Barberini told reporters that the...
    0
Enlarge / What's on your mind? Hackers may be capable of messing with readings from some EEGs, according to research from Cisco Talos. (credit: Marcus Leidner / EyeEm / GettyImages) Today, Cisco's Talos security research group revealed five security vulnerabilities in...
    0
Enlarge / A Sandy Bridge wafer. Sandy Bridge is the oldest chip family that's guaranteed to get Spectre variant 2 fixes. (credit: Intel) Intel has scaled back its plans to produce microcode updates for some of its older processors to address the 'Spectre variant 2' attack....
    0
Enlarge / Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. (credit: TechCrunch) Mark Zuckerberg will appear before the House Energy and Commerce Committee next Wednesday to answer questions about the Cambridge Analytica controversy. “This hearing will be an important opportunity to shed...
    0
Enlarge (credit: Samuel Axon) Apple knows the smartphone market is becoming more crowded and homogenous, and the company wants to make its iPhones stand out. According to a Bloomberg report, Apple is experimenting with two new features that could make it into future iPhone...
    0
News copyright owned by their original publishers | Copyright © 2004 - 2018 Zicos / 440Network
Date Actuelle
jeu. 19 avril - 11:54 CEST