GitLab posts solid third-quarter results
GitLab posted solid results for the third quarter of this year. Revenue totalled €108 million ($113 million). DevOps professionals continue to value the company's software.
GitLab managed to book €108 million ($113 million) in sales in the third quarter of 2022, up 69 percent from the same p... Read more
Meta threatens to remove news from its platforms
Meta threatened to stop publishing news on its social media platforms in the face of a controversial media bill in the United States. According to the tech giant, the bill thwarts the traffic and subscriptions of local media.
The US House of Representatives will soon vote on the Journalism Comp... Read more
Google: ‘Rust reduces Android vulnerabilities’
The use of 'memory-safe' programming language Rust reduces the number of vulnerabilities in Android, according to Google.
Android used to suffer many memory-related vulnerabilities, Google described in a recent blog post. Examples include excessive read, write and 'use after free'. These flaws m... Read more
Linus Torvalds announces 8th release candidate of Linux 6.1
Linux chief Linus Torvalds has announced the eighth release candidate of Linux 6.1.
Torvalds has been critical of codebase aspects in recent weeks. Still, the situation seems to have stabilized somewhat as we head close in on the final release. The announcement of the eighth release candidate (... Read more
Critical vulnerability in server management solution MegaRAC BMC
A critical vulnerability in MegaRAC BMC allows unauthorized attackers to execute code on servers. MegaRAC BMC is one of the world's most popular server management solutions.
On-premises datacenter operators and cloud providers use MegaRAC BMC to remotely manage servers. The technology is incorp... Read more
Cisco escapes €2.6 billion in damages for patent infringement
A court error allowed Cisco to escape paying €2.6 billion in damages -- the largest amount ever awarded in a US patent infringement case.
A US judge found the organization guilty of patent infringement in 2020. During the trial, the judge discovered that his wife owned shares of Cisco. The ve... Read more
Cyberattack hits French hospital, six patients transferred
The André-Mignot Hospital in Versailles fell victim to a cyberattack. As a precaution, several IT systems were taken offline. Six patients have been transferred to nearby locations.
The attack took place on Saturday evening, according to news channel Franceinfo. Health Minister François Braun... Read more
Intel: more than 1 trillion transistors on a chip by 2030
Intel plans to develop processors with more than 1 trillion transistors by 2030. The target was recently announced by the chipmaker's Components Research and Design Enablement (CRDE) team.
Intel's researchers presented several processes, materials and technologies that should make it possible to... Read more
Meta PyTorch 2.0 is now available
Meta just released PyTorch 2.0, the latest version of its open-source machine learning framework.
The release aims to increase performance speed while maintaining the framework's eager-mode development and user experience. PyTorch 2.0 includes support for Dynamic Shapes and Distributed, among ot... Read more
Hosted Rackspace Exchange hit by security incident
Rackspace's hosted Microsoft Exchange environment was hit by a "security incident". The services were initially taken offline, but have since been partly restored through a detour in Microsoft 365.
Rackspace announced that its Hosted Exchange environment was hit by a "security incident" last Fr... Read more