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The end of classic Outlook for Windows is coming. Are you ready?

Microsoft prepares to replace an old faithful with something shiny, new, and lacking key features. Sound familiar?

 

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Microsoft decides it's done with Azure egress ransoms

Cloud exit toll booth bypass built by EU regulators

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Sunak's defunct SaaS scheme spent seven percent of budget designed to help 100,000 SMEs

Unicorn Kingdom prime minister fails to provide £300 million of magic software beans promised

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From quantum AI to photonics, what OpenAI’s latest hire tells us about its future

What's good for quantum optimization could help make models leaner

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First Armv9 automotive CPUs aim to power AI-enabled vehicles

Vehicle electronics and software becoming ever more complex

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Pentagon said to have pulled $2.5B Intel defense chips grant

Plus: Trump reportedly gave chipmaker license to sell to Huawei back in the day...

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Nvidia rival Cerebras says it's revived Moore's Law with third-gen waferscale chips

Startup is also working with Qualcomm on optimized models for its Cloud AI 100 Ultra inference chips

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Can AI shorten PC replacement cycles? Dell seems to think so

Might be wishful thinking from finance exec following two-year computer sector recession

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Your PC can probably run inferencing just fine – so it's already an AI PC

Language models are entirely happy on the desktop

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Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi adds electric vehicle to its mobility offerings

100,000 Chinese drivers join queue just to check out the 'SU7' in a showroom

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South Korea cracks down on offshore e-commerce, with seeming focus on China

Seoul wants AliExpress and Temu to step up customer service, maybe Meta too

Dirty data shocks Indian taxpayers with huge bills

Extra zeroes added to transaction values, just a handful of days before a payment deadline

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Nissan to let 100,000 Aussies and Kiwis know their data was stolen in cyberattack

Akira ransomware crooks brag of swiping thousands of ID documents during break-in

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Poking holes in Google tech bagged bug hunters $10M

A $2M drop from previous year. So … things are more secure?

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Microsoft Copilot for Security prepares for April liftoff

Automated AI helper intended to make security more manageable

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Stanford University failed to detect ransomware intruders for 4 months

27,000 individuals had data stolen, which for some included names and social security numbers

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Leaked docs hint Google may use SiFive RISC-V cores in next-gen TPUs

Would put those AI accelerators out of Arm's reach, at least

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European Union lawmakers line up to defend world's first AI Act

Rules were not bent for Big Tech, politicians say

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New York Times: OpenAI’s claim we 'hacked' its products both 'irrelevant' and 'false'

Media giant's counterfiling accuses AI darling of 'spin' in copyright infringement case

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The end of classic Outlook for Windows is coming. Are you ready?

Microsoft prepares to replace an old faithful with something shiny, new, and lacking key features. Sound familiar?

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Fedora 41's GNOME to go Wayland-only, says goodbye to X.org

Don't worry, you can still put it back, but it's an accessibility snag

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Whizkids jimmy OpenAI, Google's closed models

Infosec folk aren’t thrilled that if you poke APIs enough, you learn AI's secrets

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GitHub fixes pull request delay that derailed developers

Went down yesterday, too, longer and harder. Maybe we should call it GitFlub?

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Cryptocurrency laundryman gets hung out to dry

Bitcoin Fog washed hundreds of millions for criminals

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Oracle AI buzz means Larry Ellison's worth $15B more today

And here you were saying tech hadn't yet made a difference to someone special

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Japan's first private satellite launch imitates SpaceX's giant explosions

KAIROS detonated a few seconds after clearing the launchpad

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