While potential photographic subjects would shy away from a DSLR-wielding tourist, barely a soul would notice a box as compact as Leica’s CL.
Stanford's John Hennessy, now chair of Google parent Alphabet, and Berkeley's David Patterson developed the Reduced Instruction Set Computer in the 1980s.
Human error leads to countless leaky databases. But Google has some new protections in place to help cloud customers better help themselves.
How the row over Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data unfolded.
The human rights advocacy group issues a report detailing the level of abuse that happens on Twitter and offers some steps to clean up the toxic environment.
Opinion: Facebook and Google should stop accepting political advertising from groups whose funders and true agenda are unclear.
Photographers who are quadriplegic or legally blind are taking amazing images using ingenious hacks and other senses.
Faster GPUs, more FLOPS
HPE has updated its Apollo 6500 deep learning server with a threefold performance boost over its precursor by stuffing it with eight Tesla V100 GPUs, which speak to each other and the CPU via Nvidia's NVlink 2.0 interconnect protocol.…
The 2017 Turing Award goes to Stanford's John Hennessy and Berkeley's Dave Patterson for unlocking processor power key to today's computers and phones.
System may be full of waterworlds, boffins find
New research published in Nature Astronomy has poured, er, cold water on hopes that it may be possible to detect life on Earth-sized planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system.…
Dr Aleksandr Kogan tells the BBC he is "stunned" by the allegations made against him.
The world's largest social network is at the center of an international scandal involving voter data, the 2016 US presidential election and Brexit.
It's not. ♫ It's beginning to sound a lot like Brexit ♪
In the latest report slamming preparations for the UK’s departure from the European Union next year, and the subsequent transition period, Britain's Commons Home Affairs Committee has said it has “serious concerns” about the future of data flows.…
The company will talk up its new efforts to help students and teachers and could introduce new devices like iPads.
Certain Amazon products have an Amazon's Choice label. But how specific products get that designation remains something of a mystery.
Eye tracking and full-room motion sensing: Qualcomm's dev kit reference design for standalone VR could be a peek at where 2019 heads.
Growing buzz suggests new iPads before the end of the month.
SAN FRANCISCO—"It surprised us how Pac-Man on Hololens created interaction between people who are complete strangers!"
Bandai Namco Creative Director Hirofumi Motoyama declared this while standing next to a photo of arguably the world's largest Microsoft Hololens game experience to date. In it, two players sporting Microsoft's "mixed reality" headgear are seen high-fiving—which is both a fun photo moment and a bit of a cheat.
Pac in Town, which premiered in January exclusively at one of Namco's Japanese theme parks, actually requires players to high-five each other in order to beat its challenges. But as Motoyama's presentation at the Game Developers Conference made clear, that action is but one way that Bandai Namco answered an important question: how do you make a full-room, multiplayer Hololens game that doesn't suck?
Commentary: Suffering from Star Wars withdrawal symptoms? The new season of Disney's animated micro-webseries "Forces of Destiny" reveals some interesting secrets.
Kumoscale software presents fabric access NVMe flash drives virtually
Surprise, surprise – flash chip and SSD manufacturer Toshiba has announced NVMe fabric-access flash array software. What's its game?…