Category Archives: Linux

Just in Time for Trump, the NSA Loosens Its Privacy Rules

Privacy critics have called on Obama to rein in US surveillance powers before Trump can abuse them. With a new NSA rule change, he’s done the opposite. The post Just in Time for Trump, the NSA Loosens Its Privacy Rules appeared first on WIRED.


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Author: Andy Greenberg

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AWS moves into IT training and job placement with re:Start, a UK cloud skills program

 Amazon’s cloud storage business AWS has been gradually expanding into a range of cloud services for people not to simply host their business or app with AWS, but to use the platform for productivity and their own work purposes, too. Today came the latest development on that theme: AWS launched re:Start, a new portal for IT skills training, specifically in cloud computing, and job… Read More
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Author: Ingrid Lunden

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The reality of VR/AR growth

 “VR will be big, AR will be bigger and take longer.” What sounded revolutionary when we first said it two years ago has become accepted wisdom. But now the market has actually launched, and we’ve got 12 months of real-world performance and major tech players’ strategies emerging. And that’s changed our views on VR/AR growth. A lot. Read More
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Author: Tim Merel

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I drove BMW’s prototype self-driving 5 series, and then it drove me

 BMW had a story to tell at CES this year, a story of what our lives might look like when there’s more continuity between what we do at home and what we do in our cars, thanks to new features coming to market including connectivity and self-driving capabilities. I became a part of that story as I drove a prototype 5 series (fun even in manual mode) onto a public Las Vegas highway, pressed… Read More
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Author: Darrell Etherington

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