...from Microsoft, which also just bought upstart Bons.ai
Microsoft has thrown open the doors to its AI Lab, a suite of projects to help developers learn machine learning.…
The company's adviser responded with "Womp, womp" when hearing about the 10-year-old, who was separated from her family at the US-Mexico border.
Samsung's next big phone will go head-to-head with the 2018 iPhone.
Fixing security issues in the face of standards gaps and vendor silence isn't easy
Earlier this year, Jake Archibald, developer advocate for Google Chrome, found a bug affecting Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge and had two very different experiences trying to get the problem fixed.…
Beware of scams offering downloads of the Android version of the video game, which hasn't actually been released yet.
The film news and reviews site Collider posted an exclusive report on Wednesday concerning the fate of future Star Wars films—and in particular, a long-rumored, not-yet-announced film focused on the classic character Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Citing "sources with knowledge of the situation," Collider confirmed that all pre-production for Lucasfilm's unnamed Obi-Wan "Star Wars Story" film is now "on hold." Every contributor attached to that film's pre-production process is "no longer involved," the site adds, and any other Star Wars Story film projects are currently "on hiatus." That includes a rumored Boba Fett film, which Collider reports was not as far along in a pre-production process as the Obi-Wan film was.
Other major film-gossip outlets—including Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, and Deadline—have not published similar news as of press time.
Security concerns continue to dog the Chinese telecom giant.
A bummer for virtual reality enthusiasts.
After a few months of beta testing, the Bose Wireless Noise-Masking Sleepbuds are finally available to the general public.
At a splashy event in San Francisco, the Facebook-owned photo service announces a bigger push into video.
Musk blames bad Tripp, drags fella into lawsuit
Tesla has sued a bloke it claims was behind an effort to sabotage the electric car maker by leaking its confidential blueprints.…
The California State Assembly had a proposal with the strongest net neutrality laws ever. But key amendments have "mutilated" the rules.
Meanwhile, Silicon Valley leaders have spoken out against the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy toward migrant families crossing into the US.
"We are keeping families together," the president says, changing the administration's application of immigration rules.
HTC's U11 might be a year old, but it's still a solid phone for buyers who want a taste of HTC's squeezable sides.
Leaders across Silicon Valley called the policy "cruel" and "heartbreaking."
Show him the money? Wait, wrong 1996 Tom Cruise movie.
An advanced hacking campaign originating in China has spent the past year infiltrating satellite operators, defense contractors, and telecoms companies in the US and Southeast Asia, researchers from Symantec said.
The attackers specifically looked for and infected computers one target used to monitor and control satellites, Symantec researchers reported in a blog post published Tuesday. A hack on a second target in the geospatial industry zeroed in on the software-development tools it used. The focus on the operational sides of the unnamed companies suggests that the hackers sought the ability not just to intercept but possibly to also alter communications traffic sent by businesses and consumers.
“Espionage is the group’s likely motive, but given its interest in compromising operational systems, it could also adopt a more aggressive, disruptive stance should it choose to do so,” Symantec researchers wrote.
Sharing's caring, intone government bods
Israel Cyber Week The UK's National Cyber Security Center, the information assurance division of GCHQ, may be getting a regulatory function or charging for its services before settling into the role of encouraging better cybersecurity.…
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