ClusterStor node uses slower SAS SSDs
Cray has announced the L300F, an all-flash array for high-performance computing functioning as a speed booster for ClusterStor installations.…
AI isn't just winning at board games. Now it's learning the art of persuasion.
The temporary CEO will serve "until the circumstances surrounding Stadler's arrest have been clarified."
Hotel rooms will serve as the newest homes for Amazon's Alexa starting this summer. Amazon announced a special version of its virtual assistant, Alexa for Hospitality, that will live across Echo devices placed in hotels, vacation rentals, and other similar locations.
Alexa in these devices will be able to do special things for both hospitality professionals and their customers. Amazon claims its Alexa for Hospitality experience will let hotel professionals "deepen engagement" through its voice controls that customers can use. Hotels can also customize some of the experience that they want their customers to have by choosing default music services, creating special Alexa Skills that only their guests can use, and monitor device online status and other connectivity issues.
Guests staying in a room with an Echo device will likely find the experience either convenient or invasive. Guests can ask Alexa to do things like order room service, answer questions about hotel services, control some in-room connected devices like lights and blinds, and more. Alexa Skills will also be available, so guests can use a Skill such as Flight Tracker to check the status of their flight before checking out.
The company had previously said it was "proud" to supply technology to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement -- and sparked anger online.
Midlands users report service sucking on a half-time orange
The Sky Broadband service took an unscheduled half-time break last night, leaving residents of the UK Midlands unable to stream sporting action from Russia.…
The Bohm B2 sound bar should be a big step up for your TV-watching experience. And it's a Bluetooth speaker, too. Plus: A sweet deal on a folding Bluetooth keyboard.
Apartment dwellers, that's where you'll find all those packages you ordered.
In addition to giving us a peek at the newest member of Creative Cloud, Adobe delivered updates to the Lightrooms, Spark Post and XD.
Get ready to start chatting with Alexa in your hotel room.
FREMONT, Calif.—Tesla’s new tented facility isn’t just a new temporary "assembly line" but is seemingly the first phase of an entirely new building, dubbed "Factory 2.0."
On June 16, CEO Elon Musk publicly announced a "new general assembly line" made with "minimal resources." However, a January 2018 geotechnical investigation report newly on file with the city building permit office notes that Tesla has plans to build a 500,000 square foot "multi story building north of the existing North Paint Building."
Amazing work by Tesla team. Built entire new general assembly line in 3 weeks w minimal resources. Love u guys so much! Pic of 1st Model 3 dual motor performance coming off the line … pic.twitter.com/Xr55P3fmGd
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 16, 2018
The tent is easily visible from the nearby Warm Springs BART station platform. When Ars visited on Monday afternoon, there appeared to be cranes and forklifts moving around the site. We could not easily see inside the long white temporary structure, but there did not appear to be any newly completed vehicles rolling off the lines in the adjacent parking lot.
The US Senate on Monday voted to block implementation of a settlement that would lift a sweeping ban on US technology being exported to ZTE. The export ban, which the Trump administration imposed on ZTE in April, amounts to a de facto death sentence for the Chinese company, which is heavily dependent on American-made chips and software.
The Trump administration recently signed a deal that would lift the export ban in exchange for a $1 billion fine and the firing of all of ZTE's senior leadership. But a bipartisan group of senators believes the deal was too lenient.
"The death penalty is an appropriate punishment for their behavior," said Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) in an interview with The Wall Street Journal last week.
The saboteur allegedly made off with vast amounts of Tesla data and altered the code of Tesla's in-house operating system in Fremont.
Oppo's R15 Pro is a great phone, just not quite as great as the similarly priced OnePlus 6.
Replica war-winner now in Bletchley Park's historic Block H
The UK National Museum of Computing will open its new Bombe gallery this weekend at Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes after a successful crowdfunding campaign to put the WWII code-breaking machines on display.…
Throw your other hubs to the curb. You'll be able to center your smart home around TP-Link's Mesh Wi-Fi system.
You don't want the $1,039 Speed Queen TR5 washer. Really, you don't.
The owner of an image hosting platform is fighting back against illegal material with a low-budget solution.
One undercover investigation and a year of court proceedings later, Australia takes an AU$9 million bite out of Apple.
China, you see, has its own chocolate factories
Some optimists are betting on Google own-brand devices to save the smartwatch. Others are betting that new generations of Google-free Android-based hardware will do the same thing. And one of the latter is IDC.…