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vendredi 14 mai 2021, 08:00
Pen and sticky paper still a great analog productivity hack Obit Spencer Silver, the co-creator of Post-it Notes found in offices all over the world – occasionally with passwords written on them – has died at the age of 80.…
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Testing dongle-driven ‘Cryptographic Attestation of Personhood’ and WebAuthn as alternative Poll Cloudflare has called on the world to “end this madness” by consigning Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart (CAPTCHAS) to the...
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First loss as a listed company thanks to Beijing’s $2.8bn antitrust fine Chinese tech giant Alibaba has posted its first loss as a listed entity, thanks to the $2.8bn antitrust fine imposed by local authorities, and also revealed that it has lost a major cloud customer...
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Web giant tells us it's considering its response to €100m fine demand Google was tickled with a €100m fine by Italy’s monopoly watchdog on Thursday for unfairly holding back an Android app maker.…
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jeudi 13 mai 2021, 23:35
Ad tech engineer out after autobiography sparks protest – and what does this say about iGiant's hiring process? Antonio García Martínez, hired by Apple last month as a product engineer on its ad platform team, no longer works for the iGiant following an employee petition ...
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Ad tech engineer out after autobiography sparks internal protest – and what does this say about iGiant's hiring process? Antonio García Martínez, hired by Apple last month as a product engineer on its ad platform team, no longer works for the iGiant following an employee ...
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Cloud hyperscalers drive projects to slap restrictions on code use Percona’s CEO had taken a swipe at open-source software vendors switching to proprietary or less-permissive open-source licences in an attempt to avoid being run over by cloud giants.…
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It’s the one lever you really need to get a grip on Webcast Moving to the cloud is so exciting isn’t it? New tools, unlimited infrastructure, a whole new world of analytics and machine learning. Why didn’t we do this years ago, they’ll ask?…
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JAM with a distinct whiff of Redmond, as you would expect Microsoft's Azure Static Web Apps service, in preview since May 2020, is now generally available, together with extensions for Visual Studio Code to support local development and automatic deployment via GitHub.…
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Anonymous sources get into war-by-media counterbriefing Colonial Pipeline's operators reportedly paid $5m to regain control of their digital systems and get the pipeline pumping oil following last week's ransomware infection.…
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Sign-ups open in second half of 2021 Google has linked arms with SpaceX to hawk data and cloud services through the Starlink constellation.…
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'I got bored sitting at home while retired... I chose to go back to my roots' Language Summit Python creator Guido van Rossum this week told attendees at the Language Summit that he hopes to double performance in version 3.11.…
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Paid fraction of his fellow execs, though he is worth $50+bn (just don't mention tax) For a man’s whose net worth is estimated at $50.7bn Michael Dell isn’t short of spare change, but he was paid a fraction of what his corporate generals received in fiscal 2021 after...
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We'll hire 7,000 to get it done by 2026, says boss BT's Openreach has promised to bring FTTP connectivity to 25 million premises by the end of 2026, an increase of 5 million against the previous target.…
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Analyst: 'Company may need to license 7nm and below process tech' With the world facing a drought of crucial semiconductor components, Samsung Electronics has said it plans to dig a fresh borehole in the form of a new production facility, expected to open in Q2 next year.…
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Good luck to whoever got that gig Stricken US bulk hydrocarbon conveyor Colonial Pipeline advertised for a new cybersecurity manager a month before that ransomware attack forced operators to shut down the pipeline as a pre-emptive safety measure.…
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A few final tests then it's bags packed for French Guiana – and about time too ESA, CSA and NASA's James Webb Telescope opened its giant primary mirror one last time on Earth ahead of being packed up for long awaited launch later this year.…
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Read my blips Video A combination of brain implants and a neural network helped a 65-year-old man paralyzed from the neck down type out text messages on a computer at 90 characters per minute, faster than any other known brain-machine interface.…
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They are personal data, you know. Wait – you did know that, right? Exclusive Manchester City Council exposed online the number plates of more than 60,000 cars slapped with parking tickets, breaking data protection laws as it did so.…
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'More data, more breadth, more depth... it's the whole f&*king deal' Updated The NHS is preparing for the 'biggest data grab' in the history of the service, giving patients little information or warning about the planned transfer of medical records from GP surgeries in...
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