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When 5G is here, a wireless supercomputer will follow you around
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[CNN Money]

Porting NetBSD to Allwinner H3 SoCs
A new SUNXI evbarm kernel has appeared recently in NetBSD -current with support for boards based on the Allwinner H3 system on a chip (SoC). The H3 SoC is a quad-core Cortex-A7 SoC designed primarily for set-top boxes, but has managed to find its way into many single-board computers (SBC). This (...)
[OSNews]

Press Association wins Google grant to run news service written by computers
News agency gets €706,000 to use AI for creation of up to 30,000 local stories a month in partnership with Urbs Media Robots will help a national news agency to create up to 30,000 local news stories a month, with the help of human journalists and funded by a Google grant. The Press Association (...)
[The Guardian]

Google funds automated news project
Computers will write thousands of local news stories every month in the Press Association project.
[BBC News]

Google funds automated news project
Computers will write thousands of local news stories every month in the Press Association project.
[BBC]

Hackers who targeted Ukraine clean out bitcoin ransom wallet
‘NotPetya’ ransomware creators move £8,000 in bitcoin, leaving observers uncertain over the attack’s motive The hackers behind the NotPetya ransomware, which wiped computers in more than 60 countries in late June, have moved more than £8,000 worth of bitcoins out of the account used to receive the (...)
[The Guardian]

Ukraine cyber-attack: Software firm MeDoc's servers seized
Police confiscate computers belonging to a software firm linked to a giant malware attack.
[BBC]

Ukraine cyber-attack: Software firm MeDoc's servers seized
Police confiscate computers belonging to a software firm linked to a giant malware attack.
[BBC News]

Computers teach class in futuristic school
A look inside AltSchool, where computer programmers are trying to supercharge education
[BBC News]

Computers teach class in futuristic school
A look inside AltSchool, where computer programmers are trying to supercharge education
[BBC]

'NotPetya' malware attacks could warrant retaliation, says Nato researcher
If malware outbreak was state sponsored it could count as violation of sovereignty and open possibility of countermeasures, says Tomáš Minárik The NotPetya malware that wiped computers at organisations including Maersk, Merck and the Ukrainian government in June “could count as a violation of (...)
[The Guardian]

Can you buy anything real with Bitcoin? On the streets of Bristol, it proves a hard sell
The digital currency can now be bought at ATMs around the country My journey into the dark economy starts much as expected: in front of a computer screen, late at night. It ends somewhere quite unexpected, in a humdrum setting a world away from the stereotype of modernity, equality and sticking (...)
[The Guardian]

Artist recreates Star Wars trailer on 1984 Apple computer
BBC Click’s Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
[BBC News]

Artist recreates Star Wars trailer on 1984 Apple computer
BBC Click’s Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
[BBC]

Instagram mission to remove all offensive comments to combat online bullying
Human employees are training computer systems to recognise offensive comments posted on photos on social media.
[BBC News]

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