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samedi 20 octobre 2018, 15:02
Also applications are now open for OpenAI's Scholars programme Roundup Hello, here's a quick roundup of interesting or useful bits of AI news that happened this week.…
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Plus, hackers find a safe haven in West Haven Roundup After we encountered a libssh security blunder, a leaky Tea Party, and a dodgy Redmond sports marketer, another week is in the book.…
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El Reg listened to the whole depressing folly so you don't have to Comment Tech vendors: don't worry about Australian law enforcement demanding you decrypt user messages. It's OK, because we're not a communist regime.…
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NYC biz boss gets nine months in the clink for profound idiocy A New York business owner will be spending the next nine months behind bars after he was convicted of forging court orders to take down unflattering online reviews.…
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WikiLeaks overlord challenges housemate rules in court Housemate from hell Julian Assange is taking his landlord, the government of Ecuador, to court to stop its officials from, allegedly, running roughshod over his human rights.…
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vendredi 19 octobre 2018, 23:09
So solid crew confirm old idea by spotting tiny waves The Earth’s core is solid, according to a pair of geophysicists who claim to have solved an 80-year-old conundrum concerning the planet's center.…
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High-value servers targeted by cyber-weapons dumped online by Shadow Brokers Miscreants are using a trio of NSA hacking tools, leaked last year by the Shadow Brokers, to infect and spy on computer systems used in aerospace, nuclear energy, and other industries.…
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Eurocrats reckon that anti-competitiveness from Redmond would be a massive foot-shooting exercise The European Commission has given the thumbs up to Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub.…
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But about that loss... Atlassian, the collaboration outfit responsible for inflicting Jira on the world, has announced a jump in revenues for the first quarter of fiscal 2019 and an equally eyewatering jump in losses.…
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Your weekly dose of networking Coming off a long string of losses, Ericsson probably hoped to turn in some good news, but at its latest financial results, the company announced the sacking of 50 people in response to a corruption scandal.…
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Plus: 7nm LLP, QLC, stacked RDIMMS and brainy drives Among a blizzard of news from Samsung's Tech Data, El Reg has spotted smaller processor nodes, FPGAs added to SSDs, stacked and cubed memory, quad-level cell flash and object-storing SSDs on the way.…
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All working now says biz. No, no, no, no, say customers, it is NOT! An unspecified and “unexpected load” on its infrastructure broke the Smart Living Home app for a day, an apologetic Yale Security UK confirmed to customers yesterday - however the smell of failure still...
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All working now says biz. No, no, no, no, say customers, it is NOT! An unspecified and “unexpected load” on its infrastructure broke the Smart Living Home app for a day, an apologetic Yale Security UK confirmed to customers yesterday - however the smell of failure still...
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Chipzilla has to go it alone or turn to a partner Micron has announced its intent to buy out Intel's interest in Intel Micron Flash Technologies (IMFT), the pair's flash and 3D XPoint foundry joint venture.…
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Zuck and Clegg in Silicon Valley – no, it's not the latest Netflix satire Facebook has hired former British deputy PM Nick Clegg to head up its global affairs – a move that reportedly involved boss Mark Zuckerberg spending months “wooing” the Lib Dem has-been.…
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Former Primary Data boss talks to El Reg about Hammerspace +Comment Newcomer on the storage software-as-a-service scene Hammerspace announced the general availability of its eponymous SaaS application this week. This software has been engineered using technology from Primary ...
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Spending watchdog slams transparency and record-keeping on major projects The UK's spending watchdog has said it isn't possible to tell whether the biggest and most risky government projects are doing what they're supposed to because of poor records and incomplete...
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Sightings of Asian stink bug in French capital spike Oh, c'est mal, les punaises diaboliques sont arrivés à Paris! But before you pack the holy water if sojourning in the French capital this winter, you should know a clothes peg might be more suitable.…
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Spies' fave data mining biz could go public as early as late 2019 – reports CIA-backed data-mining business Palantir is reportedly in talks with banks to take the company public for a blockbuster sum, and could move as early as next year.…
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Case closed month after Apple coughs $14.3bn in 'illegal State Aid' The European Commission has decided to withdraw court action against Ireland over the delayed recovery of €14.3bn worth of back taxes that were ruled as illegal state aid, it has confirmed.…
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