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Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

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02:09 min | Last week

Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

"On friday we talked about a nature publication by google. Ai scientists that showed how a deep learning system could detect abnormal chest xrays rays with an accuracy. Rivaling that of professional radiologists. The system only detects whether a chess scan is normal or not and is not trained to detect specific conditions. The goal here is to increase productivity and efficiency of radiologists clinical process. Let's examine some a i x ray. Science first of all how to rays work xrays are a type of radiation energy. Wave that can go through. Relatively thick objects without being absorbed or scattered very much. X rays have shorter wavelengths than visible light which makes them invisible to the human eye for medical applications of vacuum x. Ray tube accelerates electrons to collide with a metal and owed and creates rays these rays are then directed towards the intended target like a broken arm for example and then picked up by digital detectors called image plates on the other side differ body tissues absorb x rays differently so the high amount of calcium in bones for example makes them especially efficient at x ray. Absorption and this highly visible on the image detector soft tissues like lungs are slightly lighter but also visible making x ray and efficient method to diagnose pneumonia or pleural a fusion Which is fluid in the lungs. For example according to this latest nature publication approximately eight hundred and thirty seven million chest. Xrays are obtained yearly worldwide. That is a lot of pictures for radiologists to look at and can lead to longer wait times and diagnosis delays. And of course. This is why there's interest in developing ai. Tools to streamline the process many algorithms have already been developed but are rather aimed at detecting specific problems on an x ray. The google ai. Scientists however developed a deep learning system capable of sorting chest xrays into either normal or abnormal data intending. To lighten the case load on radiologists

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The Subscription-Less Version of Office 2021 Launches Oct. 5

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The Subscription-Less Version of Office 2021 Launches Oct. 5

"It will release the perpetual version of microsoft office. Two thousand twenty one on october fifth for general consumers available for enterprise right now. That's the version that doesn't feature updates or cloud services but doesn't require a subscription. You pay for it once. You can keep using it long as you want.

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OnePlus 9 Update Adds a Hasselblad XPan Camera Mode

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OnePlus 9 Update Adds a Hasselblad XPan Camera Mode

"Plus is bringing hassle bads cinematic expand pan camera to the one plus nine nine pro through a software update. The nine series cameras didn't initially offer much around one plus year collaboration with hassle bad but the new update as an expand mode for the one plus nine series camera as well as some patches. Expand mode replicates the focal lengths the colors and the processing of the original hassle bad expand camera for the phone which lets users capture wide aspect ratio images right there from their one plus phone

GoPro Unveils the Hero10 Black

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GoPro Unveils the Hero10 Black

"Launched the hero ten black action camera able to shoot up to five point three k at sixty frames per second as well as four k. Up to one hundred twenty frames per second and super slow mo two hundred forty frames per second at two point. Seven k with a fifty dollar a year ago pro subscription users can upload videos directly from the camera to the cloud while charging the hero ten blackhawks four hundred ninety nine dollars or three hundred ninety nine dollars with a go pro

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Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns

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Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns

"Ireland's data protection commission open to investigations into tick-tock. The first covers how the platform handles. Children's data and gdp compliance generally while the second will at if tic tac is in compliance with personal data transfer regulations to third countries. Specifically china

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Zoom Is Adding Live Translation Services and Coming to Facebook VR

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00:32 sec | Last week

Zoom Is Adding Live Translation Services and Coming to Facebook VR

"At its annual zootopia conference zoom announced a number of new features including the expansion of real time transcription free accounts in english with the company. Planning to add support for thirty languages by the end of the year. Zoom plans to add real time translation across as many as twelve languages by the end of next year for paid accounts soon is also launching a betas zoom whiteboard later this year in order to make whiteboards available outside of meetings and also next year zoom becoming to facebook shared vr meeting. Space horizon workrooms

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iPhone Camera Can Be Damaged by Motorcycle Vibrations, Apple Says

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00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

iPhone Camera Can Be Damaged by Motorcycle Vibrations, Apple Says

"Apple warned that iphones can be damaged by long-term direct exposure to high amplitude vibrations within certain frequency ranges like those generated by high powered motorcycles. According to a new support document. These vibrations can damage the camera's optical image stabilization and closed loop autofocus apple recommends not attaching phones directly to a motorcycle. Chassis or handlebars.

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Epic Games v. Apple: Judge Reaches Decision

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00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Epic Games v. Apple: Judge Reaches Decision

"Yvonne gonzalez. Rogers ruled that epic breached. Its contract with apple when implemented its own alternative payment system in fort night saying the company could not be found to be a monopolist or engaging anticompetitive conduct epic is appealing that decision however in a separate ruling judge rogers issued a permanent injunction against apple saying that. Ios apps must be allowed to direct users to payment options beyond those offered by apple this injunction goes into effect december. Ninth

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WhatsApp developing transcriptions to tame chaotic voice notes - The Verge

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00:16 sec | 2 weeks ago

WhatsApp developing transcriptions to tame chaotic voice notes - The Verge

"Site. What's at beta info found that. What's app is working on. A new transcribe feature for voice notes in its ios app users. Need to choose to transcribe each message and the app uses apple speech recognition services to do the transcription on device. No word on when this feature could be rolled out.

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Judge in Fortnite Case Loosens Apple’s Control Over App Store

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00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge in Fortnite Case Loosens Apple’s Control Over App Store

"U s district court judge yvonne gonzalez rogers issued her decision in epic versus apple. The court found in favor of apple on all counts except with respect to a violation of california's unfair competition law. The court noted epoch breached his contract with apple by implementing an alternative payment system and is ordered to pay apple thirty percent of everything collected through the alternative system estimated to be around three point. Five million dollars. The judge also issued an order to apple that they are permanently restrained and enjoying from prohibiting developers from including in their apps and their metadata buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms. The order does not take effect until december ninth and epic announced. It will appeal.

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Apple Music Uses Shazam for DJ Mixes

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01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Apple Music Uses Shazam for DJ Mixes

"Tj mixes are enjoyed by billions of people but they are incredibly complicated for streaming services to host because of the mix of copyrights involved. Lots artists mix not only contain whole songs. Each of which has an artist that must properly be paid but often remix is also include lots of samples complicating things even more apple music announced it is using technology from shas eum which can automatically identify music to identifying compensate all creators. Involved in a dj's mix apple has hosted thousands of mixes for awhile including sets from tomorrowland digital festivals in twenty twenty and twenty twenty one. And now we know how they account for it. Apple has also announced that studio case. Seven's dj kicks archive of mixes will begin to roll out on the service including mixes dating back up to fifteen years as a longtime apple's music dj mixes will not include user generated content. So if you want to upload your personal mix or lip sync you'll we'll need to stick to soundcloud or tick talk for now.

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DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats Sue New York City Over Restaurant Fee Caps

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00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats Sue New York City Over Restaurant Fee Caps

"Uber. And grub hub filed a lawsuit against the city of new york. Federal court disputing. The law passed last month. Capping the amount of commission that food delivery apps khun charge restaurants. New york want to limit what the restaurants get charged by the deliver companies. The suit asks for an injunction against the law going into effect monetary damages and requests. A jury trial the firms alleged. The law constitutes government overreach forcing them to rewrite contracts with restaurants and raising fees for customers.

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Microsoft Teams Is Getting Hybrid Meeting Features, Including CarPlay Support

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00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Microsoft Teams Is Getting Hybrid Meeting Features, Including CarPlay Support

"Announced several updates for teams including audio only support for apple. Carplay is also a cameo feature coming to powerpoint live to insert teams camera into a slide deck slide and ai powered speaker coach. Coming in twenty twenty two. That will offer speaking tips and automatic correction tools for video in the coming months. Teams will also add support for intelligent cameras from. Oem's like jabra neat polly and ye link able to track speakers during a

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Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

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00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

"With ai. Ethics chiefs at google microsoft and ibm published by reuters looks at what. Ai projects these companies reject in september. Twenty twenty google's cloud unit rejected a financial firm looking to us to determine credit worthiness and earlier this year. Google blocked features from analyzing emotions. Ibm turned down a client request for a more advanced facial recognition system microsoft place limits on software mimicking voices. All three companies said they welcomed clear regulation for

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VW Debuts the ID Buzz Autonomous Van

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00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

VW Debuts the ID Buzz Autonomous Van

"Volkswagen debuted its. Id buzz autonomous e van. The twenty twenty one. I a mobility event in munich. This features autonomous systems developed by argot. Ai vw plans to use. Id buzz as the platform for its full-scale commercial. Ride hailing and delivery operations plans launch germany. In twenty twenty-five

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All About Apple’s Upcoming Mixed Reality Headset

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00:15 sec | 3 weeks ago

All About Apple’s Upcoming Mixed Reality Headset

"Apple's upcoming mixed reality headset will require an iphone in wireless range to handle some apps and experiences. Apple reportedly completed work on the headsets. Soc last year which will include a cpu and gpu but lack neural engine found in other apple mobile devices.

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Apple Delays Plans for Client-Side CSAM Scanning

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00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

Apple Delays Plans for Client-Side CSAM Scanning

"Announced it will delay implementing its clients. I'd scanning for hashes of known cease and material when uploading photos to i cloud saying that based on feedback it will collect input and make improvements before releasing no word on when the feature will roll out now or any potential changes. The company may make to the system

Apple to Let Reader Apps Link to Sign up Websites

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00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

Apple to Let Reader Apps Link to Sign up Websites

"Part of an agreement with japan fair trade commission apple announced it will let developers of reader apps like netflix spotify and kindle directly linked customers to a sign up website. The commission has been investigating apple since two thousand sixteen for suspected violations of the anti-monopoly act and this agreement will close that investigation in the press. Release apple appeared to clarify what constitutes reader app saying developers. Rear apps do not offer in-app digital goods and services for purchase

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Facebook dot com slash groups slash daily tech news show onto the mailbag. Now Daniel Naussau in Cincinnati pointed us to another verge article actually about the apple iphone SE back on sale. I don't wanna clearance rack of sorts. Daniel says is this possibly a sign that apple might release an SE version two or are they just reclaiming? Some cash from old stock. I hope they released SE to for my kids. Thank some of the show. My guess would be that. You know, this ain't your your your your father's apple with their insistence on keeping minimal skews where you buy an iphone and the iphone has to colors, and that's what you do. Now, they've got various divergent different versions of it. So the idea of busting out some old stock and just making money on it. Because there obviously is a demand for a low price iphone a makes a little bit more sense for this first of apple. So that's what I would suspect that it is. However, the idea of them coming out with a lower price iphone. Maybe. By the idea that they're stunned by the the idea that there I vote numbers are lower. And they want to goose them. You never know. Yeah. I as somebody who has reported on iphone sales for many years, we all have been doing this for a while. I'm officially in the camp of maybe in like Daniel, your might not be wrong. But you might not be right either. I truly don't know yet. We we've got lots of iphone models and some of them come and go from the shelves. So it's it's the wild west. Now, speaking of the wild west because Justin I know that you're a really big fan of westerns shortcut. Thank you for being on the show. I I'm disappointed that we didn't talk more about our love for. The western. I dunno whatever. Ride off into that dusty trail and so high. Silver..

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02:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Slash groups such daily tech news show, and we get your emails and we do, yes, we do. Ken has some thoughts on last week's conversation. We were having about why flying cars aren't a thing yet. Ken says, flying is hard. That's why today's tech are one or two persons self flying drone is within reach for the general public. The way I see it is the actual flying would be done by the drought itself guided by national airway system that can lay out a full dynamic network of flight paths. A user would simply pick a landing point. And then the system would decide the path and elevations to follow the user would only control a smart electric motor to move the vehicle from the landing area to a parking spot as a truck driver in the northeast Ken would rather see so flying drones than self driving cars and says, I can imagine how wonderful. It would be to put as little as twenty five percent of the daily commuters in the air that would alleviate many of the surface traffic problems that we see today. Interesting. I wonder if it would have the same congestion effect right now. If you add more lanes, you also add more traffic because when there's more lanes, people decide to drive that route when they might not otherwise, but you've got way more lanes, you can add in the air. Maybe it would overcome that issue. This is this is a really interesting thought from Ken. Thank you for that and Matt rights. I work in the cannabis industry in southern California, and we use a high degree of automation in our facilities. For example, we work with Previa a manufacturer and developer of environmental controls and automation in horticulture among other industries who systems are used in more than fifty percent of all the buildings. In Holland, we recently met previous president, Maini Prinz, and got some insight into the future direction of the company. I suggest you check out their website. It's fascinating. Many of the technologies we implement have been used previously in the food and beverage and pharma industries. But sadly, the cannabis industry has been closeted from the masses and even each other for so long, that development and innovation have stagnated. Everybody thinks they have the secret sauce and nobody wants to share information. Silly as there's more than enough pie for everybody to get a slice only because my partner and I have worked in so many other industries where we able to look outside the cannabis sector for answers to the questions. We had to create something far beyond the standards in the current industry, and he added in his Email. He's like, this is not people in a garage growing stuff in a closet. Like this is factory high quality level production just like you have for other foods. Where did this come from this topic. Vertical farms? Yeah, probably in response to the vertical farming that that we're talking about an innovation in food in general. We've had a couple of stories on food recently. Well, thanks, David buddy who emails us, and thanks also to Justin, Robert young for being on the show today. Justin, what's been going on since we saw you last? Well, you know, I've been writing my free political newsletter, Sarah, and you guys can get the fruits of that labor by head on over to free political newsletter dot com. It's free. It's political. It's.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Uhhuh these are the daily tech headlines for tuesday june fifth one thousand eighteen i'm sarah lee at ww dc monday apple announced i o s twelve meko west mojave with a new dirk mode a podcast update to watch os zero signing on tv os with restrictions memo jeez a arcade kit advancements eight thirty two person facetime group chat option and much more software announcements only no hardware announcements yesterday apple denied rumors that irs and mac os are merging but did say it would ease porting of irs apps to max leded for twenty nineteen apple limit data tracking across websites to ease user concerns about privacy online this could block facebook or google or others from following users across the web as well as a tribute how many individual users were clicking on links and what kinds of people were looking at ads users can opt into a low websites to track their browsing behavior on safari including sites with share button or comment section provided by companies like facebook or google rather than getting out as they've done in the past apple will also start limiting fingerprinting that's the ability for companies to pinpoint exactly when a device is using a website petri on you may have heard of it announced today that it acquired new york based kit which allows users to make money by reviewing and cheering products online back in february patriot launched patron lens a snapchat or instagram story like feature with the kid aquisition patriot can also handle merchandise more effectively the company says it has one hundred thousand creators supported by two million individuals with paid memberships intel announced be core i seven eighty eighty six k limited edition processor to celebrate until fifty year company anniversary and the forty year anniversary of the eighty eighty six processor it's also intel's best performing mainstream copulate processor at this point but only fifty thousand will be made the processor has a base frequency of four gigahertz and a single court turbo of five.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Uhhuh these are the daily tech headlines for friday may eighteenth twenty eighteen i'm sarah lean location smart data aggregated that collects the real time location data on millions of cell phone customers via direct connections to sell carriers across north america headey bug and its website that allowed anyone to see where a person is located without obtaining that person's consent the site apparently had a trial period page that let users test the accuracy of its data it required explicit consent from the user before that location data could be used by sending a one time text message to the user however robert jau a phd student at the human computer interaction institute at carnegie mellon university tells ziti net skipping the consent consensus still revealed location data because one of the api is used in the trial page was not validating the consent response properly a new report from strategy analytics tracking smart speaker sales says apple sold an estimated six hundred thousand home pod speakers during the first quarter of twenty eighteen which is about six percent of the global smart speaker market amazon shipped in estimated four million echo smart speakers during the same quarter for a forty three point six market share and google shipton estimated two point four million google home speakers for a twenty eight point five market share alibaba also came in a head of apple with seven hundred thousand shipments and jami trailed behind with two hundred thousand cambridge analytica shutdown earlier this month saying the media coverage over how it collected eighty seven million facebook users information had driven away its customers reuters reports that cambridge analytica has now filed for chapter seven bankruptcy in the us bankruptcy court for the southern district of new york on thursday which cambridge analytica previously said it would do the verge obtained a leaked copy of an internal google video that illustrates how data could direct human behavior the video was made in twenty sixteen by nick foster the head of design at google's research and development division ex but the video itself is being called creepy and disconcerting least by some referring to richard dawkins.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"The rest of the world i don't know i asked on our facebook group on a daily tech news show facebook group hey y'all have obviously not doing it facebook why is that and there's about three classes of responses one is yeah always know they're up to something and i'm careful another is i'd like to go somewhere else i don't know where to go and and then there's the people like yeah i don't love what they do but i get so much out of it that you know it's still worth it to me and i think the fact that you've got two thirds of those responses like that is you know is why facebook is is able to continue on the way they are they're going and i don't know what kind of intervention would change that hey i think everybody who participates in our somebody you could smit stories vote automatically tech new show dot ready dot com and of course facebook dot com slash groups slash daily tech news show what's in the mail bag sarah well we were talking to dr kiki dr kiki sanford yesterday and we we we were unsure about what the plural of octopus was tom and i were like talk to my of course then who says he's from rainy and eight armed seattle says that you were struggling a little bit with a plural of this and one of the things that was included in my training for volunteering at the seattle aquarium where multiple giant pacific octopus are often fountains play was this very topic the official plural of octopus is octopuses however.

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01:46 min | 4 years ago

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"These are the daily tech headlines for thursday january 18th 2018 onto a merit intel says in the course of investigating problems with its spectre and meltdown patches that caused reboots and broad will and has while chips it has discovered it can cause reboots in newer sky lake cabby like chips as well and gadgets says intel vp nevins shenoy claims they are close to identifying the root issue and expect to have beta micro code vendors for validation by next week amazon announced the top twenty cities under consideration for its second north american headquarters amazon will now start working directly with those cities on their proposals amazon expects to make its decision by the end of the year says it will invest five billion dollars in the new headquarters with up to fifty thousand highpaying jobs at it nineteen of the cities were in the united states toronto was the 20th apple ceo tim cooke told abc news that apple will soon give you a notification when a phones battery gets to the point that apple fields slowing performance will prevent unwanted reboots and apple will give users the option to turn that feature off microsoft is promoting minecraft head matt booty to head of microsoft studios overseeing all games booty will report to fill spencer head of microsoft's gaming division googles project fine mobile service will now cap its data bills at sixty bucks a month gugel only charges customers for data used at ten dollars per gigabytes per month with a refund for any unused data so google is going to change from refunds to charging for data at the end of the month and will not charge for data used beyond six gigabytes now if you get up to fifteen gigabytes users will see slower speeds but at that point can choose to pay ten dollars a gigabyte again to get back to normal speed.

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01:44 min | 4 years ago

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"These are the daily tech headlines for friday january fifth 2018 i'm tom merit specter has two main aspects an a bounds test and a branch prediction attack only necessarily understood with those mean but those are the two names of the two main types intel has issued guidance for mitigating against the array bounds test in individual apps as well as offering a microchip day for its processors that will need operating system support but can combat the branch prediction attack a md says it is less susceptible to the branch prediction attack and suggest that operating systems patch to mitigate the array balance problem arm is detailing new instructions to patch the array balanced test and recommends using existing systems for invalidating or disabling the branch predictor apples says it is updating safari to protect against specter attacks on its chips microsoft as modified edge and i e to guard against the array balanced test and has support for intel's microchip dates as well as a bruteforce approach for non intel hard mozilla has patched fire fox and a chrome patch will ship by the end of the month fixes for the other chip vulnerability called meltdown are now out for all major operating systems and cloud services apple confirmed that mac os already had protection and then it has further mitigation efforts in the works microsoft notes that thirdparty antivirus must support dual page tables or it's fix can't be implemented so you'll need to check your antivirus on windows sis edmonds will also need to turn on dual page tables and windows servers since the performance impact varies intel says that performance reductions due to meltdown mitigations should not be significant not nearly what people were fearing google also says it's mitigations have negligible effect on performance.

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01:44 min | 4 years ago

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"These are the daily tech headlines for friday january fifth 2018 i'm tom merit specter has two main aspects an a bounds test and a branch prediction attack only necessarily understood with those mean but those are the two names of the two main types intel has issued guidance for mitigating against the array bounds test in individual apps as well as offering a microchip day for its processors that will need operating system support but can combat the branch prediction attack a md says it is less susceptible to the branch prediction attack and suggest that operating systems patch to mitigate the array balance problem arm is detailing new instructions to patch the array balanced test and recommends using existing systems for invalidating or disabling the branch predictor apples says it is updating safari to protect against specter attacks on its chips microsoft as modified edge and i e to guard against the array balanced test and has support for intel's microchip dates as well as a bruteforce approach for non intel hard mozilla has patched fire fox and a chrome patch will ship by the end of the month fixes for the other chip vulnerability called meltdown are now out for all major operating systems and cloud services apple confirmed that mac os already had protection and then it has further mitigation efforts in the works microsoft notes that thirdparty antivirus must support dual page tables or it's fix can't be implemented so you'll need to check your antivirus on windows sis edmonds will also need to turn on dual page tables and windows servers since the performance impact varies intel says that performance reductions due to meltdown mitigations should not be significant not nearly what people were fearing google also says it's mitigations have negligible effect on performance.

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01:49 min | 4 years ago

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"These are the daily tech headlines for thursday january fourth 2018 i'm tom merritt a second chip flaw affects more than just intel processors the flaw called specter affects most all chip architecture is including amd and arm and is considered difficult to implement but it could collect sensitive data though not corrupt modifier delete data there is yet known fix for it specter was discovered by gould's project zero and independent researcher paul coker that is a different vulnerability than the one for intel processors reported yesterday that one now it has been called meltdown google says its operating systems cloud services are protected against this flaw microsoft has been patchy clouds services and issued a windows patch out of banned wednesday there are also patches available for lennox amazon has patched most of its cloud systems and says it soon will have the all protected apple already had a fix in mac os ten thirteen two and has an additional update coming in ten thirteen three melton was discussed for too by the technical university of grotz in austria german security firm kerber as'security and jan horn a google is project zero last june intel google amazon microsoft and other companies have been working on a fix since its discovery samsung introduced the exodus nine series eight ten mobile chip built on samsung's second jin 10 nanometer process samsung claims it doubles single corp performance and improves multicore scenarios by 40 percent that means better power efficiency which should be nicer on your battery it also has a secure processing unit for handling biometric data like facial iris or fingerprint scans the modem on the ex knows nine series ninety eight ten support six carrier aggregation that gives you a theoretical maximum speed of one point two gigabits per second on e it's expected to be used in some versions of the next samsung galaxy s phone.

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01:49 min | 4 years ago

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"These are the daily tech headlines for thursday january fourth 2018 i'm tom merritt a second chip flaw affects more than just intel processors the flaw called specter affects most all chip architecture is including amd and arm and is considered difficult to implement but it could collect sensitive data though not corrupt modifier delete data there is yet known fix for it specter was discovered by gould's project zero and independent researcher paul coker that is a different vulnerability than the one for intel processors reported yesterday that one now it has been called meltdown google says its operating systems cloud services are protected against this flaw microsoft has been patchy clouds services and issued a windows patch out of banned wednesday there are also patches available for lennox amazon has patched most of its cloud systems and says it soon will have the all protected apple already had a fix in mac os ten thirteen two and has an additional update coming in ten thirteen three melton was discussed for too by the technical university of grotz in austria german security firm kerber as'security and jan horn a google is project zero last june intel google amazon microsoft and other companies have been working on a fix since its discovery samsung introduced the exodus nine series eight ten mobile chip built on samsung's second jin 10 nanometer process samsung claims it doubles single corp performance and improves multicore scenarios by 40 percent that means better power efficiency which should be nicer on your battery it also has a secure processing unit for handling biometric data like facial iris or fingerprint scans the modem on the ex knows nine series ninety eight ten support six carrier aggregation that gives you a theoretical maximum speed of one point two gigabits per second on e it's expected to be used in some versions of the next samsung galaxy s phone.

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01:30 min | 4 years ago

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"These are the daily tech headlines for monday september 11th 2017 i'm tom merit jami announced the me mixed to phone with a six inch display eighteen nine screen resolution yes we know that also to one and almost no bustle it has a snapdragon a 35 processor six gigabytes of ram option started 64 gigabytes and run up to two hundred fifty six gigabytes the cheapest is three thousand two hundred ninety nine are be that's about five hundred six dollars us the most expensive is a special edition with eight gigabytes of ram one hundred twenty eight gigabytes of storage for four thousand six hundred ninety nine are mb that's about seven hundred twenty dollars us johnny also launched the five point five inch me note three with a snapdragon 660 processor in six gigabytes of ram ranging from 24 99 rb about three hundred eighty three us up to twenty nine ninety nine rb which is about four hundred sixty dollars us autos will launch and china first following in all existing markets were xiaomi phones are so chummy doesn't sell its wounds in the us xiaomi also launched a new laptop the me notebook pro it has a fifteen point six cents nineteen twenty by ten eighty display until quad core ice seven processor sixteen gigabytes of ram and up to one terabyte of solidstate storage with invidious gforce mx one fifty graphics card it runs windows ten home and has a fingerprint reader in the track pet a three in one card reader to usb seaports to regular usb ports and and hd a my port it'll sell for six thousand three hundred ninety nine at chinese yuan about nine hundred eighty dollars us no release date was announced.

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01:49 min | 4 years ago

"the daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"These are the daily tech headlines for monday august 14th 2017 i'm tom merit lookouts security researcher michel floss monroe thursday about three apps that made it in the google playstore and could secretly record audio and steel message logs among other things lost one identified more than 4000 similar apps that flooded other android stores and distribution channels like text messaging since february look out calls the family of mao wear sonics by though it goes on her many app names including sahni act holck messenger and troy chat google added twenty one more languages to its speech the text recognition engine monday google now supports one hundred nineteen languages for its products like the g board keyboard for instance google trains its engine with speech samples from nativespeakers englishspeakers also got the ability to dictate an emoji by saying the name of it like smiling emoji for instance would make a smiling emoji show bitcoin past four thousand dollars a coin saturday the forked version bitcoin cash caches not received all the tension it expected to plus bitcoin did free up space in blocks with segue it and an increased number of initial coin offerings like file coin have been successful investors you've bitcoin to buy into these icy us a machinelearning algorithms from open a i beat top world player danilo issued in at doda to the opening a algorithm trained by playing itself unlike games like go doda to requires decisions to be made with imperfect information which shows a different skill for the eye for now the i can only play one on one with both sides playing the same hero which simplifies the game technology review says some players have reported beating the ai after studying its place style open ai plans to training ai on the more common fiveplayer version of the game next.

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Daily Tech Headlines

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"the daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"These are the daily tech headlines for monday august 14th 2017 i'm tom merit lookouts security researcher michel floss monroe thursday about three apps that made it in the google playstore and could secretly record audio and steel message logs among other things lost one identified more than 4000 similar apps that flooded other android stores and distribution channels like text messaging since february look out calls the family of mao wear sonics by though it goes on her many app names including sahni act holck messenger and troy chat google added twenty one more languages to its speech the text recognition engine monday google now supports one hundred nineteen languages for its products like the g board keyboard for instance google trains its engine with speech samples from nativespeakers englishspeakers also got the ability to dictate an emoji by saying the name of it like smiling emoji for instance would make a smiling emoji show bitcoin past four thousand dollars a coin saturday the forked version bitcoin cash caches not received all the tension it expected to plus bitcoin did free up space in blocks with segue it and an increased number of initial coin offerings like file coin have been successful investors you've bitcoin to buy into these icy us a machinelearning algorithms from open a i beat top world player danilo issued in at doda to the opening a algorithm trained by playing itself unlike games like go doda to requires decisions to be made with imperfect information which shows a different skill for the eye for now the i can only play one on one with both sides playing the same hero which simplifies the game technology review says some players have reported beating the ai after studying its place style open ai plans to training ai on the more common fiveplayer version of the game next.

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Daily Tech Headlines

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"the daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"These are the daily tech headlines for thursday august third 2017 i'm john merit hvo said wednesday it is conducting a forensic review of its systems after an attack that obtained copies naughtily of shows and scripts but also some employee information hvo chairman richard plup larry meld employee saying the company did not believe the employee email system had been compromised however variety reports of dmc a take down notice indicate personal information of one senior hbo exact was published online including information about banking in health service accounts a screen shop was also supposedly published of an hbo adleman tools showing employee names and email addresses facebook says it will update its machine learning to detect more hoaxes and send them to fact checkers a test of the new features being launched in france the netherlands germany and the united states strategy analytics reports the gel me has jumped from third to first in the wearables market shipping three point seven million units in q 2 fitbit slipped to second with three point four million and apple followed a two point eight million apple grew market share yearoveryear from nine to thirteen percent jami grew from fifteen to seventeen percent while fitbit fell from twenty nine to sixteen percent semantic has agreed to sell its web certificate business to digits cert for nine hundred fifty million dollars and a thirty percent stake in digits sirte grohmann mozilla have both begun a process of distrust of semantic issued t l s certificates under its old infrastructure digits erred said holders of semantics certificates will move to a new platform that meets all industry standards and browser requirements.

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01:35 min | 4 years ago

"the daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"These are the daily tech headlines for thursday august third 2017 i'm john merit hvo said wednesday it is conducting a forensic review of its systems after an attack that obtained copies naughtily of shows and scripts but also some employee information hvo chairman richard plup larry meld employee saying the company did not believe the employee email system had been compromised however variety reports of dmc a take down notice indicate personal information of one senior hbo exact was published online including information about banking in health service accounts a screen shop was also supposedly published of an hbo adleman tools showing employee names and email addresses facebook says it will update its machine learning to detect more hoaxes and send them to fact checkers a test of the new features being launched in france the netherlands germany and the united states strategy analytics reports the gel me has jumped from third to first in the wearables market shipping three point seven million units in q 2 fitbit slipped to second with three point four million and apple followed a two point eight million apple grew market share yearoveryear from nine to thirteen percent jami grew from fifteen to seventeen percent while fitbit fell from twenty nine to sixteen percent semantic has agreed to sell its web certificate business to digits cert for nine hundred fifty million dollars and a thirty percent stake in digits sirte grohmann mozilla have both begun a process of distrust of semantic issued t l s certificates under its old infrastructure digits erred said holders of semantics certificates will move to a new platform that meets all industry standards and browser requirements.

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02:06 min | 4 years ago

"the daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hey you yeah you do you want to help out the daily tech news show well it's really easy just go to dili tech news show dot com such support and find out how banking services the daily tech news from other july 31st 2017 i'm tom thanks again roger chang adjust rubber young cutter i'm paul spain for covered the show thursday friday we're back have veronica beaumont is with us how are you fell european bank transfer yes i am concur canada ethically areas of rain cooper united states as well and it's not too far away the up it's not that are i'm not the actual we're an international show today and we're going to talk about a 'yes creating secret languages you know like you and your friend did when you were four years old yeah i knew in my own i was more of a take latin kind of person right right budget blinds codewords slang a eyes are doing it and do probably seen some scare headlines around we're going to buster some of the foot around those talked about the real intriguing part of this which is should you let them do that probably will will roll dig into now little later let's start with a few tech things you should know microsoft as stopped development of its word flow keyboard for ios that microsoft garage page for word flow now directs users to download microsoft owned swift key as an alternative i didn't actually know what we're flow was so i can say don't how things go to fifty don't worry about it don't worry about it hvo said monday that attackers had stolen data including upcoming programming entertainment weekly reports the theft includes a script for an upcoming episode of game of thrones i have heard is next week's episode though i cannot confirm that at this rate i heard that two and i was not i was not curious to look mike yeah i don't i just want to watch next week's episode when it comes reading the script is not going to help me.

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Daily Tech Headlines

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"the daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"These are the daily tech headlines for tuesday june thirteenth 2017 i'm tom merit tim cooke told bloomberg that apple is focusing on autonomous systems for cars in other words are not building cars saying that apple sees it as the mother of all a i projects apple still doesn't know what it will do with the technology productwise cook said apple sees a thomas cars ride sharing and electrification as the three vectors for change in the auto industry uber's emile michael sent an email to employees monday announcing his departure and guber named david richter as the new esf vp of business work there started with uber in january 2014 serving as vice president of strategic initiatives before that he was chief strategy officer at online publisher seen media from 2011 the 2013 and at divovic's as he vp of business and legal affairs from two thousand four to twenty tent the promotion still leaves zuber with vacancies that c o o cfo and see emmo bloomberg sources with direct knowledge of a us investigation say russian attackers compromised electionrelated computer systems in thirty nine states during the summer and autumn of 2016 the president used a secure messaging channel sometimes called a cyber red phone to show russia evidence of the intrusion at the time the first attacks were discovered in illinois in july 2016 in that states voter database that discovery helped uncover other attacks and intrusions in other states us banks launched their mobile payment system called zell let you pay people by phone number or email address customers consent payments to each other instantly as well jp morgan bank of america wells fargo us bancorp and capital one are the founding members a total of thirty national and regional banks and credit unions work with it at launch with support showing up in the bank apps slowly over the next year the network was created by an industry consortium called early warning services l l c and anyone can use l by signing up with the clear exchange digital payments network if they're bank doesn't participate already.

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