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Cohesity spins up instant gratification for VMs surfing the clouds

The Register - 1 hour 39 min ago
Let us pour you some of this CloudSpin juice, upstart says

Secondary storage hyperconverger Cohesity has extended its on-premises appliance products range with software now running in AWS and Azure, and able to spin up backed-up VMs direct in the two cloudy places.…

Samsung makes a lot of money from chips, but phones may struggle - CNET - News - 2 hours 28 min ago
Despite reporting record profits, Samsung says it's seeing the effects of a "sluggish" smartphone market. Which could mean more promotions for the Galaxy S9.

Facebook: We take 'false news' in your timeline seriously - CNET - News - 2 hours 47 min ago
Google, LinkedIn, AirBNB and Microsoft join Facebook at a conference on abuse of online services in explaining how they use algorithms to fight fraud.

China turns to tech to monitor, shame and rate citizens - CNET - News - 3 hours 10 min ago
The government is using surveillance cameras, facial recognition and smart glasses to score people on social behavior, which can lead to punishment.

Sprint pitchman laments life in corporate America - CNET - News - 3 hours 10 min ago
Commentary: Paul Marcarelli, best known as Verizon's "Can You Hear Me Now?" pitchman, says American companies make employees feel dispensable.

In a touching Monty Python tribute today, Microsoft's Office 365 makes everything spam

The Register - 3 hours 35 min ago
Punters less amused by inbox-clearing glitch

A gremlin within the spam filters in Microsoft's Office 365 today caused the cloud-based service to toss all incoming emails into the junk folder.…

Kanye West’s love for Donald Trump dominating Twitter - CNET - News - 3 hours 40 min ago
West makes his bromance with the president official on Twitter -- and even manages to rope in Silicon Valley. But is he really losing Twitter followers?

Adobe unlocks a Lightroom power tool for photo editing - CNET - News - 3 hours 44 min ago
Lightroom profiles offer new color editing and styling options, and now you can create your own profiles for the photo editing and cataloging software.

Ahead of Avengers: Infinity War, we examine Iron Man at 10 - CNET - News - 4 hours 10 min ago
Ten years ago, the first Iron Man film opened with an un-ironic MySpace reference. Oh, how times have changed.

Sonos said to 'confidentially' file for IPO - CNET - News - 4 hours 22 min ago
The maker of wireless speakers could have a market value of $3 billion after going public, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Facebook still cashing in on your data as sales surge - CNET - News - 4 hours 29 min ago
Mark Zuckerberg’s social network is going through the biggest crisis of its existence. But it’s still making gobs of money.

BMW has a new all-electric model coming in 2020—the iX3

Ars Technica - 4 hours 31 min ago


On Wednesday at the Auto China 2018 show in Beijing, BMW gave the world a preview of its newest electric vehicle. It's called the iX3, and it will be the first long-range battery EV from the German automaker. Based on the current X3 crossover, the iX3 will ditch that car's internal combustion engines for a 200kW (270hp) electric motor-generator unit (MGU), coupled to a 70kWh lithium-ion battery. That should be sufficient for a range of 250 miles (400km) according to BMW, although that's according to the WLTP cycle; the EPA testing cycle is closer to real-world performance and is therefore more conservative. Additionally, it will be able to charge at 150kW.

There are a number of notable things about the iX3. First, it will use the fifth-generation of BMW's eDrive powertrain, which now groups the MGU, the transmission, and the control electronics into a single unit. What's more, BMW says that the MGU does not use any rare Earth elements in its production, presumably indicating it's an induction and not brushless design. The availability of these minerals is of increasing concern to automakers given China's control of these resources, and in the past couple of years we've seen both Honda and Toyota develop MGUs with a reduced need for some rare Earth elements. Tesla has also been using rare Earth-free AC-induction MGUs in the Model S and Model X EVs, but that company has switched to a brushless design for the Model 3.

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When tyrants pull on their jackboots to stamp out free speech online, they reach for... er, a Canadian software biz?

The Register - 4 hours 33 min ago
Web scrubber accused of ignoring obligation to mitigate misuse of its code

Netsweeper, a maker of online-content-filtering software in Canada, has been called out for allowing its tools to aid internet censorship.…

Meet people who review Facebook's reported content

BBC Technology News - 4 hours 34 min ago
'Laura' worked as a content reviewer for Facebook. She describes some of the terrible things she saw.

The robot helping to deliver water in rural India

BBC Technology News - 4 hours 36 min ago
The customised robot is part of a study looking at how technology can help those in rural areas.

Drupal users take cover—code-execution bug is being actively exploited [updated]

Ars Technica - 4 hours 44 min ago

Enlarge (credit: Lisa Brewster / Flickr)

Malicious hackers wasted no time exploiting a critical bug in the Drupal content management system that allows them to execute malicious code on website servers. Just hours after maintainers of the open-source program disclosed the vulnerability, it came under active attack, they said.

So far, the attackers are using proof-of-concept attack code published online that shows one method of exploiting the critical flaw, Drupal maintainer Greg Knaddison told Ars. The code has not yet been automated in a way that can target large numbers of sites, in large part because successful exploits require permissions and configuration settings that differ from site to site. So far, Drupal maintainers aren't aware of any successful site take-overs resulting from the vulnerability.

"We have definitely seen proof of concept exploits published online," Knaddison wrote in an e-mail. "It's safe to assume that proof of concept (or others like it) are being used maliciously against individual sites by people who are willing to slowly attack a high value target. It's not yet automated in a way that would let an attacker try it against hundreds of sites."

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Ford slashes US car lineup, kills Focus, Fusion, Fiesta - Roadshow - News - 5 hours 6 min ago
The company is committed to increasing profit margins by focusing on more popular trucks and SUVs going forward.

AT&T adds customers as the courts decide Time Warner deal - CNET - News - 5 hours 16 min ago
The company sees a reversal of losses from a year ago, with a strong number of new prepaid customers. And its DirecTV Now service is gaining momentum. Earnings, however, missed expectations.

Trump’s cell phone use is security “nightmare” waiting to happen, lawmakers say

Ars Technica - 5 hours 36 min ago

Enlarge / A fan dressed as President Donald Trump keeps his fingers moving on his iPhone during the Carolina Panthers against Tampa Bay Buccaneers game on Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. (credit: Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer/TNS via Getty Images)

Two congressional Democrats have sent a formal letter to top White House and law enforcement officials, seeking more information about the president’s use of an unsecured cell phone.

The letter, which was sent Wednesday by Rep. Ted Lieu (D-California) and Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Arizona), comes after recent media reports that Donald Trump is making "increased use" of his personal phone.

Last year, Trump reportedly had an iPhone with just one app on it: Twitter.

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Facebook turns on AV1 technology to speed up video streaming - CNET - News - April 25, 2018 - 10:59pm
The social network takes its first steps to send video using a new technology that can cut your data use, improve quality, and deliver videos faster.

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