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Project Reunion: Microsoft's unified app strategy is still missing one piece (Tue, 26 May 2020)
At last week's virtual Build 2020, Microsoft showed off its vision for Project Reunion, a new API that combines Win32 and the Universal Windows Platform. It's still missing the most important piece, however.
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Arm's new mobile IP brings performance, efficiency gains for enabling 5G, AI (Tue, 26 May 2020)
Arm roles out new CPU, GPU and NPU products, as well as a new program to customize products for greater performance.
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Scientific fact-checking using AI language models: COVID-19 research and beyond (Tue, 26 May 2020)
Fact or fiction? That's not always an easy question to answer. Incomplete knowledge, context and bias typically come into play. In the nascent domain of scientific fact checking, things are complicated.
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Europol, Capgemini team up in cybercrime prevention, awareness campaigns (Tue, 26 May 2020)
Capgemini is now also supporting the No More Ransom Project.
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Learn public speaking: This $19 course bundle will help you perfect the soft skill (Tue, 26 May 2020)
In this four-course bundle, you'll learn tips and tricks from some of the most persuasive people on the web.
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Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Strava use jumps as lockdown changes how we use smartphone apps (Tue, 26 May 2020)
New data shows how mobile app usage has evolved over the months of lockdown.
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Life and work in the next normal: WFH redefined (Tue, 26 May 2020)
Work from home - aka WFH - should give employees their autonomy​, not extend the company's authority into their private space. It should also give the company the opportunity to discontinue the use of the word "remote". Let's re-brand WFH to "Working From Here".
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Forescout files lawsuit against Advent for withdrawal of merger plans due to COVID-19 (Tue, 26 May 2020)
Advent says the pandemic has resulted in “material” changes at Forescout. The company disagrees.
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It's time to spin AWS out of Amazon: They regulate utilities, don't they? (Tue, 26 May 2020)
The world is learning that the big web companies have too much power and too little accountability. They are now utilities, essential to people's daily lives, and should be regulated as such. An easy place to start: Amazon Web Services. Here's why.
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New Raspberry Pi 4 update beta lets you boot from a USB mass storage device (Tue, 26 May 2020)
Raspberry Pi Foundation is almost ready to deliver a fix for Raspberry Pi 4's lack of support for USB mass storage boot.
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