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vendredi 12 avril 2024
10:30UK county council misses deadline for £7.3M RISE with SAP system launch
Gloucestershire reluctant to set new date in S/4HANA migration saga The UK's Gloucestershire County Council has failed to introduce its new £7.3 million ($9.3 million) cloud-based SAP system in time for the new financial year, as its director of finance promised back in January.…
09:30GCC 14 dropping IA64 support is final nail in the coffin for Itanium...
Linux kernel cut it loose, now leading FOSS compiler lands depth-charge on Itanic GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) 14 should appear any month now, and when it does, it will no longer build binaries for IA64 – or Itanic, as The Reg dubbed it.…
08:31Linux Foundation is leading fight against fauxpen source
Shifts its transmission from vendor neutral into open source gear Opinion Since its founding, the Linux Foundation has been a vendor-neutral supporter of Linux and open source software. Now, though, it's actively promoting such open source projects as OpenTofu and Valkey.…
06:30Support contract required techie to lounge around in a $5,000/night...
And be paid danger money while he did it On Call Welcome once again to On-Call, The Register’s weekly wander through readers’ recollections of being asked to perform tech support under all sorts of strange circumstances, most of them difficult. But not always.…
05:27British watchdog has 'real concerns' about the staggering love-in...
Billions in investment? Yeeeah, right – looks more like ensuring only select few developers thrive The UK's competition watchdog sniffed around the AI industry with a bit more interest than usual on Thursday at an antitrust event in the US.…
04:30French issue alerte rouge after local governments knocked offline by...
Embarrassing, as its officials are in the US to discuss Olympics cyber threats Several French municipal governments' services have been knocked offline following a 'large-scale cyber attack' on their shared servers.…
03:46Apple stops warning of 'state-sponsored' attacks, now alerts about...
Report claims India's government, which is accused of using Pegasus at home, was displeased Apple has made a significant change to the wording of its threat notifications, opting not to attribute attacks to a specific source or perpetrator, but categorizing them broadly as 'mercenary spyware.'…
02:15VMware's end-user compute products probably have a new brand: Omnissa
As the rest of Virtizilla's users face a pause in support and education services due to apparent SAP-to-Oracle migration VMware's end user compute products appear likely to be rebranded as Omnissa after being sold off.…
jeudi 11 avril 2024
23:31OpenAI CEO wants UAE Dubai into his plan for a global AI cabal
Asking for emir few billion bucks to pay for lots of fabs, datacenters, and nuclear power plants OpenAI CEO Sam Altman's latest stop on his AI emperor roadshow was in the United Arab Emirates, where he floated the idea of a global consortium of governments and private interests to fund, power, and supply the artificial intelligence industry.…
22:30Space Force boss warns 'the US will lose' without help from Musk and...
China, Russia have muscled up, and whoever wins up there wins down here The commander of the US Space Force (USSF) has warned that America risks losing its dominant position in space, and therefore on Earth too.…
21:00Where there's a will, there's Huawei to develop one's own chipmaking...
Export restrictions and sanctions working well, we see A sprawling industrial complex being built by Huawei near Shanghai will be used to research and develop chipmaking equipment to help the tech giant overcome restrictions imposed on it by the US, local sources are reportedly saying.…
20:00GenAI will be bigger than the cloud or the internet, Amazon CEO hopes
And Andy Jassy will happily take your money along the way It's safe to say Amazon CEO Andy Jassy is pretty jazzed about generative AI's potential to drive profits.…
19:00Apple to allow some iPhones to be repaired with used parts
'A strategy of half-promises and unnecessarily complicated hedges' The right to repair movement just scored a major win with Apple's announcement that it plans to begin supporting iPhone repairs with used parts this fall. …
18:16Intel fuels Huawei's AI PC ambitions with Meteor Lake CPUs in MateBook ...
But for how much longer? Intel's Meteor Lake-based Core Ultra CPUs will power Huawei's newest MateBook X Pro, the company's first AI PC.…
17:44Next Vision, or Vision Next? What we really thought about Google and...
We sat through these conferences so you didn't have to Kettle This week kicked off with two conferences, Intel Vision and Google Cloud Next, that as you can imagine had artificial intelligence at the heart of them.…
17:00ChatGPT-3.5, Claude 3 kick pixelated butt in Street Fighter III...
But don't expect them to compete with human pros anytime soon Large language models (LLMs) can now be put to the test in the retro arcade video game Street Fighter III, and so far it seems some are better than others.…
16:01US, Japan announce joint AI research projects funded by Nvidia,...
Not that $110M will go very far, mind The Japanese and US governments have announced new academic AI partnerships that are getting a $110 million cash infusion from Nvidia, Microsoft, and a group of Japanese firms.…
15:00Dell shaves months off lead times for GPU-powered AI servers
TSMC turns advanced packaging production knob to 11 Dell lead times for computers with GPUs like Nvidia's H100 have come down to eight to 12 weeks, a significant reduction from nearly 40 weeks late last year.…
14:0096% of US hospital websites share visitor info with Meta, Google, data ...
Could have been worse – last time researchers checked it was 98.6% Hospitals – despite being places where people implicitly expect to have their personal details kept private – frequently use tracking technologies on their websites to share user information with Google, Meta, data brokers, and other third parties, according to research published today.…
13:00We never agreed to only buy HP ink, say printer owners
Complainants smack back after hardware giant moves to dismiss lawsuit HP 'sought to take advantage of customers' sunk costs,' printer owners claimed this week in a class action lawsuit against the hardware giant.…
11:57AWS must pay $525M to cloud storage patent holder, says jury
Computing giant will appeal ruling, which found infringement was not 'willful' Updated A jury has ordered Amazon Web Services to pay $525 million for infringing distributed data storage patents in a case brought by a technology outfit called Kove IO.…
11:15PumpkinOS carves out a FOSS PalmOS-compatible runtime environment
And rePalm may yet bring real PalmOS to new hardware … even the Raspberry Pi PumpkinOS is a somewhat usable runtime environment that can run some Palm apps on top of Windows or Linux, without using or needing real PalmOS.…
10:30MPs ask: Why is it so freakin' hard to get AI giants to pay copyright...
Agreement on consent and compensation has failed to materialize UK lawmakers have slammed the government for its lack of action in protecting copyright holders against the infringement of their intellectual property by developers of artificial intelligence technologies.…
09:30Fancy building a replacement for Post Office's disastrous Horizon...
£75 million in the offing in government tender The Post Office, the UK government-owned retail organization for post and banking, has kicked off procurement to help build the system replacing Horizon, the disastrous EPOS and back office system at the heart of one of the country's greatest miscarriages of justice.…
08:30Global taxi software vendor exposes details of nearly 300K across UK...
High-profile individuals including MPs said to be caught up in leak Exclusive Taxi software biz iCabbi recently fixed an issue that exposed the personal information of nearly 300,000 individuals via an unprotected database.…
07:33Digital Realty ditches diesel for salad dressing in US to cut...
Hydrotreated vegetable oil to power bit barns stateside after successful Euro trial Datacenter operator Digital Realty is replacing diesel with hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) at sites in the US in a bid to reduce carbon dioxide emissions following a successful trial in Europe.…
06:25Boffins deem Google DeepMind's material discoveries rather shallow
Web titan rejects criticisms, insists AI-found compounds are legit AI on its own may not be as useful for discovering new materials as Google's DeepMind team has suggested.…
05:30Netherlands arm of KPMG fined $25M for cheating in exams
Staff followed US lead and shared answers after move to online testing KPMG Accountants NV, the Netherlands-based arm of the global professional services firm, has been fined $25 million (€23 million, £20 million) by America's Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) for failing to prevent its financial auditors from cheating on exams.…
04:42Samsung strikes trouble as unions threaten walkouts, regulator swoops
Oh great – another potential kink in the silicon supply chain Samsung Electronics has struck trouble at home, potentially threatening the supply of semiconductors and smartphones.…
03:29Google plunks down $1 billion for extra Japan-US submarine cable
Adds Hawaii stopover for another planned link Google announced on Wednesday it will invest $1 billion in two submarine cables to create new routes between the US and Japan.…
01:45US 'considering' end to Assange prosecution bid
Cryptic Biden hint came ahead of April 16 deadline for next step in extradition case The Biden Administration is contemplating Australia's request to end its bid to prosecute WikiLeaker-in-Chief Julian Assange, an Australian citizen.…
mercredi 10 avril 2024
23:59India's Uber clone Ola Cabs hails ride out of the international market
Australian drivers given two days' notice, UK and New Zealand services also shuttered Indian ride-sharing outfit Ola Cabs is shuttering operations in Australia, New Zealand, and the UK as the company shifts focus to its domestic business.…
22:15US Air Force secretary so confident in AI-controlled F-16s, he'll fly...
With a pilot as backup of course – VENOM is still emerging tech The US Air Force is rapidly scaling up its plans to automate some of its fleet, and the civilian boss of the service says he's planning to fly in one of the robo-planes this northern spring.…
19:54Next-gen Meta AI chip serves up ads while sipping power
Fresh silicon won't curb Zuck's appetite for GPUs just yet After teasing its second-gen AI accelerator in February, Meta is ready to spill the beans on this homegrown silicon, which is already said to be powering ad recommendations in 16 regions.…
19:22It's 2024 and Intel silicon is still haunted by data-spilling Spectre
Go, go InSpectre Gadget Intel CPU cores remain vulnerable to Spectre data-leaking attacks, say academics at VU Amsterdam.…
17:28US House mulls forcing AI makers to reveal use of copyrighted training ...
Proposed law doesn't include any ban on use of such stuff to build models, mind you A bill introduced in the US House of Representatives would require those training AI models to disclose any and all copyrighted works used, and it would apply retroactively.…
16:23US broadband internet: Now with mandatory 'nutrition' labels
ISPs are just going to have to swallow it The FCC's 'nutrition labels' for broadband internet services are now a required part of doing business for American ISPs.…
15:45Healthcare AI won't take jobs – it'll make nursing easier, says...
Something's gotta give in short-staffed, overworked healthcare industry, reckons Thoughtful cofounder and CPO Interview Companies are sticking AI everywhere they can right now - including injecting it into frontline healthcare. ...
15:15SharePoint logs are easily circumvented and Microsoft is dragging its...
Now is the perfect time to review those permissions SharePoint users should beware since audit logs on the platform have proved relatively simple to circumvent, meaning malicious actors could exfiltrate your data without tipping off your security team.…
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