Pure Storage announces data hub
Pure Storage tells Techzine about the introduction of the data hub, which the company uses to modernise its storage architecture for unstructured, data-intensive workloads. The data hub is built on Pure Storage Flashblade, a storage platform for artificial intelligence (AI) and analysis applications... Read more
Google’s What-If Tool visualizes impact of changes in AI
Google presented the What-If Tool. The tool can visualize the impact of changes in artificial intelligence within TensorBoard. Users only need to add a model and a dataset for this.
At the moment, these kinds of scenarios often have to be created by writing separate code to analyze a specific model,... Read more
eBay makes technology to control head-controlled devices open source available
eBay has unveiled a new technology that allows people with disabilities to control their devices by moving their heads. The technology called HeadGaze uses Apple's ARKit and the iPhone X camera to do so.
HeadGaze follows the movements of the user's head so that it is possible to navigate the screen ... Read more
European Parliament brings ‘link tax’ and ‘upload filter’ a step closer
The European Parliament today voted in favour of an adaptation of online copyright. The guideline is controversial because, according to critics, it introduces an undesirable 'link load' and 'upload filter'.
The so-called Copyright Directive has been in the making for two years now and has to adapt ... Read more
Interoperability key factor for stimulation of smart communities
Consumers see interoperability and cyber security as crucial pillars for the development of 'smart communities'. This is the conclusion of an international market survey carried out by Juniper Networks in collaboration with YouGov and 2,000 Dutch respondents.
Smart communities are smart communities ... Read more
“Dropbox is considering adding electronic signature feature.
Dropbox would consider adding an electronic signature feature to Dropbox Professional. This is shown by a survey that the company has sent out to its users. That investigation should, inter alia, show the likelihood of users using such a product.
The function is now simply called "E-Signature from D... Read more
Careless server configuration by Veeam exposed 200GB of data
Veeam, which specializes in data management related to the cloud, is the next company to expose consumer data by misconfiguring a cloud instance. It turns out that roughly 200 gigabytes of data from more than 440 million customers could be seen.
That's what security researcher Bob Diachenko writes ... Read more
Microsoft patches zero-day leak only two weeks after discovery
At the end of last month, someone had just dumped a zero-day leak on Twitter to give users access to Windows 10 systems. The find was confirmed later that day, but it was only today that Microsoft released an update to close the leak.
On August 29, someone had just thrown a zero-day leak for Windows... Read more
EU wants tech companies to remove extremist content within one hour
The European Union has proposed that large Internet platforms should be fined if they fail to filter out extremist content within one hour. These services include Facebook, Google and Twitter. This is still a proposal, not a policy.
Last March, the European Union asked Internet companies to indicate... Read more
British Airways was hacked by Magecart, the group that also attacked Ticketmaster…
Researchers from British Airways have discovered that the group that recently performed a large hack is the same one that attacked Ticketmaster. The Magecard Group has been active since 2015, when it was first discovered by researchers from RisqIQ and ClearSky.
The group regularly attacks webshops a... Read more