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Hacking toasters
How do you make home appliances safe from hackers? Computer security expert Mikko Hypponen has a plan.
[BBC]

Hacking toasters
How do you make home appliances safe from hackers? Computer security expert Mikko Hypponen has a plan.
[BBC News]

10 most influential personal computers – in pictures
Machines that helped transform the way we work and play, from big beige boxes to laptop-tablet hybrids Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

Google CEO Sundar Pichai writes back to girl, 7, who wants a job
She told him she "liked computers and robots" as she explained why she wanted to work there.
[BBC]

Google CEO Sundar Pichai writes back to girl, 7, who wants a job
She told him she "liked computers and robots" as she explained why she wanted to work there.
[BBC News]

Microsoft raises prices of some PCs by up to £400 due to Brexit
Move follows Apple and Sonos rises, with cost of Surface and Surface Book computers increasing by 15% Microsoft has increased the price of its Surface and Surface Book computers in the UK by more than 15%, or £400 for some models, due to sterling’s drop in the value post-EU referendum. The price (...)
[The Guardian]

Facebook is coming to a TV near you
Facebook started on desktop computers and fought its way onto smartphones. Now it wants to own your television too.
[CNN Money]

Vanishing point: the rise of the invisible computer – podcast
For decades, computers have got smaller and more powerful, enabling huge scientific progress. But this can’t go on for ever. What happens when they stop shrinking? Subscribe via Audioboom, iTunes, Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Acast & Sticher and join the discussion on Facebook and Twitter Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

The first official Mac clone: Daydream
A neat piece of computing history - a combination of a hardware dongle and software that lets you run up to System 7 on a NeXT machine (and with some hacking, Mac OS 8). The latest addition to my NeXT/Mac collection, a Daydream ROM box made in about 1993 by Quix Computerware AG. This unit (...)
[OSNews]

BBC reporter v Game of Thrones' Bjornsson
As computer game For Honor is released, Marc Cieslak and Hafthor Bjornsson test their strength.
[BBC News]

BBC reporter v Game of Thrones' Bjornsson
As computer game For Honor is released, Marc Cieslak and Hafthor Bjornsson test their strength.
[BBC]

Actors, teachers, therapists – think your job is safe from artificial intelligence? Think again
Thanks to advances in technology, many jobs that weren’t considered ripe for automation suddenly are In the battle for the 21st century workplace, computers are winning. And the odds of us puny humans making a comeback are not very good. A January 2017 report from the McKinsey Global Institute (...)
[The Guardian]

The open source Amiga DVI/HMDI graphics card: MNT VA2000
The VA2000 is a FPGA based graphics card for Amiga 2000/3000/4000 computers featuring high resolutions and color depth over DVI-D/HDMI. It has a hacker-friendly expansion header for upgrades and custom mods and features a slot for MicroSD cards that can be mounted in AmigaOS. The YouTube video (...)
[OSNews]

My poker heroes were cowboys, but the internet saw them off
We thought computers needed to become more human to win at poker I was one of those who said it could never be done: that a computer wouldn’t ever manage to beat the best at the game of poker. I was romantic and wide-eyed at 18, when my heroes were the cowboys from Texas who ruled the felt. They (...)
[The Guardian]

AI can win at poker: but as computers get smarter, who keeps tabs on their ethics?
Artificial intelligence is fast at learning games, but applied to wider society it can have troubling outcomes You might not expect to find a player named Libratus around a poker table in a high-stakes game of no-limit Texas Hold’em. Yet it was Libratus – an artificial intelligence (AI) – that (...)
[The Guardian]

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