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Google shutting down Poly 3D content platform

Google shutting down Poly 3D content platform Google is almost running out of AR/VR projects to kill off. The company announced today in an email to Poly users that they will be shutting 3D-object creation and library platform “forever” next year. The service will shut down on June 30, 2021 and users […]

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AWS announces Panorama a device adds machine learning technology to any camera

AWS announces Panorama a device adds machine learning technology to any camera AWS has launched a new hardware device, the AWS Panorama Appliance, which, alongside the AWS Panorama SDK, will transform existing on-premises cameras into computer vision enabled super-powered surveillance devices. Pitching the hardware as a new way for customers to inspect parts […]

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AWS launches Glue Elastic Views to make it easier to move data from one purpose-built data store to another

AWS launches Glue Elastic Views to make it easier to move data from one purpose-built data store to another AWS has launched a new tool to let developers move data from one store to another called Glue Elastic Views. At the AWS:Invent keynote CEO Andy Jassy announced Glue Elastic Views, a service […]

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AWS launches Trainium, its new custom ML training chip

AWS launches Trainium, its new custom ML training chip At its annual re:Invent developer conference, AWS today announced the launch of AWS Trainium, the company’s next-gen custom chip dedicated to training machine learning models. The company promises that it can offer higher performance than any of its competitors in the cloud, with […]

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AWS brings the Mac mini to its cloud

AWS brings the Mac mini to its cloud AWS today opened its re:Invent conference with a surprise announcement: the company is bringing the Mac mini to its cloud. These new EC2 Mac instances, as AWS calls them, are now available in preview. They won’t come cheap, though. The target audience here — […]

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Alphabet’s DeepMind achieves historic new milestone in AI-based protein structure prediction

Alphabet’s DeepMind achieves historic new milestone in AI-based protein structure prediction DeepMind, the AI technology company that’s part of Google parent Alphabet, has achieved a significant breakthrough in AI-based protein structure prediction. The company announced today that its AlphaFold system has officially solved a protein folding grand challenge that has flummoxed the […]

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The Supreme Court will hear its first big CFAA case

The Supreme Court will hear its first big CFAA case The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday in a case that could lead to sweeping changes to America’s controversial computer hacking laws — and affecting how millions use their computers and access online services. The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act was […]

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Amazon Web Services outage takes a portion of the internet down with it

Amazon Web Services outage takes a portion of the internet down with it Amazon Web Services is currently having an outage, taking a chunk of the internet down with it. Several AWS services were experiencing problems as of early Wednesday, according to its status page. That means any app, site or service […]

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A bug meant Twitter Fleets could still be seen after they disappear

A bug meant Twitter Fleets could still be seen after they disappear Twitter is the latest social media site to allow users to experiment with posting disappearing content. Fleets, as Twitter calls them, allows its mobile users post short stories, like photos or videos with overlaying text, that are set to vanish […]

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Google plans to test end-to-end encryption in Android messages

Google plans to test end-to-end encryption in Android messages For the past year and a half, Google has been rolling out its next-generation messaging to Android users to replace the old, clunky, and insecure SMS text messaging. Now the company says that rollout is complete, and plans to bring end-to-end encryption to […]

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