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Is it time for open processors?
The disclosure of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities has brought a new level of attention to the security bugs that can lurk at the hardware level. Massive amounts of work have gone into improving the (still poor) security of our software, but all of that is in vain if the hardware gives (...)
[OSNews]

Wolters Kluwer Health to Divest ProVation
Wolters Kluwer Health has signed an agreement to divest ProVation Medical, its procedure documentation and order set management software business, to Clearlake Capital Group, L.P. for $180 million (approximately €150 million) in cash. The divestment reflects the Health division's increasing (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

What really happened with Vista: an insider's retrospective
I enjoyed reading Terry Crowley's thoughtful blog (What Really Happened with Vista). Terry worked in the Office organization and did a fantastic job covering the complex machinations that went into Windows Vista and the related but doomed Longhorn project - from an outsider's point of view. He (...)
[OSNews]

CES 2018: Panasonic's concept car has pick-your-own views
Panasonic shows off a concept car with windows that can swap out the real view for one you prefer.
[BBC News]

CES 2018: Panasonic's concept car has pick-your-own views
Panasonic shows off a concept car with windows that can swap out the real view for one you prefer.
[BBC]

GE to provide Enel with predictive maintenance software to improve reliability of 14 thermal plants in Europe and Latin America
GE's Predix-based Asset Performance Management software will be deployed as a predictive diagnostic tool at 14 Enel's facilities with a total installed capacity of 7 GW in Europe and Latin America, supporting their digitalization GE (NYSE: GE) announced today that it will provide the Global (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Performance impact of Spectre, Meltdown patches on Windows
From Microsoft's blog: Last week the technology industry and many of our customers learned of new vulnerabilities in the hardware chips that power phones, PCs and servers. We (and others in the industry) had learned of this vulnerability under nondisclosure agreement several months ago and (...)
[OSNews]

Microsoft's chip security fix is turning some PCs into bricks
Some older PCs with AMD processors couldn't boot into Windows after installing Microsoft's security patch.
[CNN Money]

Engineers sue Google for allegedly discriminating against white men and conservatives
James Damore, the Google senior software engineer fired over his controversial 3,300 word essay on diversity, filed a lawsuit against his former employer on Monday.
[CNN Money]

CES 2018: Scribbles turned into fine art by Vincent AI app
Software that can turn simple scribbles into detailed "paintings" is on show at CES in Las Vegas.
[BBC]

CES 2018: Scribbles turned into fine art by Vincent AI app
Software that can turn simple scribbles into detailed "paintings" is on show at CES in Las Vegas.
[BBC News]

CES 2018: The house that hears burglars
Software that can identify sounds such as windows being smashed has been developed in Cambridge, UK.
[BBC]

CES 2018: The house that hears burglars
Software that can identify sounds such as windows being smashed has been developed in Cambridge, UK.
[BBC News]

Update your software today. Seriously.
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Intel Responds to Security Research Findings
Intel and other technology companies have been made aware of new security research describing software analysis methods that, when used for malicious purposes, have the potential to improperly gather sensitive data from computing devices that are operating as designed. Intel believes these (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

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