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Solving the mystery of the OP1 processor in the Chromebook Plus
Turns out the processor/SoC in the latest two ChromeBooks - the Samsung models - are part of a wider program by Google. The OP1 is built by Rockchip, which has made ARM processors for a while and isn't especially well-regarded among US consumers. And, strangely enough, even discovering that (...)
[OSNews]

BMC Sponsors BreakLine Tech Program for Veterans
BMC Software, a global leader in IT solutions for the digital enterprise, today announced it is sponsoring the upcoming BreakLine Tech program, which equips veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces with digital skills needed to pursue careers in technology. BMC Software – along with fellow sponsors (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Amazon planning to use drones to drop parcels by parachute
If implemented, patent filed by company will solve problem of drone landing and keep valuables from breaking upon impact The bizarre patents of Amazon’s drone programme keep on coming. Hot on the heels of the company’s proposal for a floating airship warehouse, it has now filed a patent for (...)
[The Guardian]

Operating system: from 0 to 1
Probably you asked yourself at least once, how an Operating System (OS) was written from the ground up? You probably have spent years programming, but still understand operating system as a collection of abstract concepts, not how to implement an operating system in actual code. In your mind, (...)
[OSNews]

YouTube follows Disney in severing ties with PewDiePie over antisemitic videos
Video site cancels reality series Scare PewDiePie and vlogger’s membership of premium advertising programme, but won’t shut down his channel YouTube is cutting its ties with star video-maker PewDiePieafter criticism of his use of Nazi imagery and antisemitism as props for shock humour. The video (...)
[The Guardian]

Mood music
How roboticists and programmers are trying to make their creations more empathetic and "human".
[BBC News]

Mood music
How roboticists and programmers are trying to make their creations more empathetic and "human".
[BBC]

Drawbridge Announces TV Audiences Playbook to Reach and Measure Both Cord-Cutters and Cable Subscribers
Drawbridge, the leading digital identity company, has announced distinct connected TV and programmatic TV capabilities that reflect today's evolving television audience landscape as part of its TV Audiences Playbook. Drawbridge's connected TV and programmatic TV capabilities give brands (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Drawbridge Announces TV Audiences Playbook to Reach and Measure Both Cord-Cutters and Cable Subscribers
Drawbridge, the leading digital identity company, has announced distinct connected TV and programmatic TV capabilities that reflect today's evolving television audience landscape as part of its TV Audiences Playbook. Drawbridge's connected TV and programmatic TV capabilities give brands (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Security is also the top priority for IT: Lufthansa Group launches bug bounty program
Beginning on 8 February 2017, the hackers and research centres that were invited to take part in the preliminary stage will be participating in the newly announced bug bounty program of the Lufthansa Group. As soon as the bug bounty goes into effect, participants will be able to hunt down (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Security is also the top priority for IT: Lufthansa Group launches bug bounty program
Beginning on 8 February 2017, the hackers and research centres that were invited to take part in the preliminary stage will be participating in the newly announced bug bounty program of the Lufthansa Group. As soon as the bug bounty goes into effect, participants will be able to hunt down (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Intel Unveils Security Readiness Program to Help Prevent Cybercrime in Health Care
Intel has teamed up with over 40 solution providers to create the Healthcare Security Readiness Program, aimed at helping to prevent breaches, including cybercrime hacking and ransomware. Nearly 90 percent of health care organizations – often seen as vulnerable targets lagging in security (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Intel Unveils Security Readiness Program to Help Prevent Cybercrime in Health Care
Intel has teamed up with over 40 solution providers to create the Healthcare Security Readiness Program, aimed at helping to prevent breaches, including cybercrime hacking and ransomware. Nearly 90 percent of health care organizations – often seen as vulnerable targets lagging in security (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Intel Unveils Security Readiness Program to Help Prevent Cybercrime in Health Care
Intel has teamed up with over 40 solution providers to create the Healthcare Security Readiness Program, aimed at helping to prevent breaches, including cybercrime hacking and ransomware. Nearly 90 percent of health care organizations – often seen as vulnerable targets lagging in security (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Intel Unveils Security Readiness Program to Help Prevent Cybercrime in Health Care
Intel has teamed up with over 40 solution providers to create the Healthcare Security Readiness Program, aimed at helping to prevent breaches, including cybercrime hacking and ransomware. Nearly 90 percent of health care organizations – often seen as vulnerable targets lagging in security (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

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