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(hx) 06:42 PM EDT - May,14 2018 - Post a comment / read (8)
During the Google I/0 conference, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the new Google Assistant and gave a live demonstration of one of the features – The Google Duplex. The Duplex is a highly interactive chatbot able to engage in specific conversations when attending to user assigned tasks such as scheduling an appointment or making dinner reservations and is highly attuned to respond to such nuances as a time ranges, time conflicts and/or interruptions. As presented in the demonstration, the Duplex scheduled a woman''s haircut by phone in a friendly, conversational manner that was incredibly human-like. Next step: AI does not only make the appointment with the salon, but also receives the haircut! :-) Oh well, what do you think about this technology? Cons/Pros please...
  • AMD Adds Netflix 4K Support  - Take your translator and check out Hardware Info if you are running AMD hardware, the latest 18.4.1 drivers and are a fan of Netflix. You can now get all that 4K goodness on your PC, if you have 4K display of course. As requirements for Netflix in ultra-high-resolution on the PC, the support for PlayReady 3.0 includes Microsoft Edge as a browser, a connection to the monitor via the hdcp 2.2 protocol, an existing h265 decoder and a Netflix Premium subscription. . With the drm implementation PlayReady 3.0, theft of video material must be prevented.
  • Unofficial NVIDIA eGPU Support on macOS Arrives - The eGPU.io community has figured out how to get NVIDIA eGPU support working for macOS. While the script required is still in alpha, testers say that smooth, admirable performance can already be attained with cards such as the GTX 1050 Ti.
  • Windows 10 Your Phone Feature Will Mirror Any Smartphone On Your PC - Microsoft had a trick up its sleeves at the Microsoft Build conference last week, one that integrates Windows 10 with your smartphone. The app is called "Your Phone" and it is a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app that will be pushed for Windows Insiders in the coming weeks. No exact ETA is known at this time. What it does is allow users to access text messages, photos, and notifications on any Windows 10 PC from your phone. Microsoft has also suggested that it will allow users to drag and drop photos from the phone to the PC without having to touch the smartphone. The demo shown off at Build used an Android smartphone and showed that you can drag a photo from your desktop into a text message on your Android device. The lack of an iOS demo has left some thinking that perhaps the same experience won't be offered on Apple devices. This is due to how vigorously Apple locks down iOS devices. Word is that Microsoft might propose an idea of sharing messages with the iPhone and PC, whether Apple will bite remains to be seen.
  • A Quick History Of The Keyboard - Keyboards are ubiquitous devices that most of us use every day without thinking twice about it. Who invented the first keyboard, and why are they designed the way they are?
  • Critical flaw found in email encryption tools - Sebastian Schinzel, a professor of Computer Security at the Munster University of Applied Sciences, this week issued a dire warning about a critical flaw in the S/MIME and OpenPGP encryption tools, which would allow attackers to read supposedly encrypted emails in plaintext form. Schinzel and his team's research has been corroborated by Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and has been described in detail by the researchers in a paper published earlier today. The flaw, named EFAIL, reportedly affects both sent and received messages, including past correspondence. According to Schinzel, no fixes currently exist for the vulnerability, and the best thing users can do for now is to disable the relevant encryption standards.
  • USB Stick That Can BSOD Any Windows 10 Device Even If Locked - Back in July 2017, Bitdefender researcher Marius Tivadar discovered an exploit in Windows operating systems that allows anyone with physical access to a computer to invoke a BSOD by simply inserting a USB thumb drive loaded with a bit of software. He reported the issue to Microsoft, but at the time they brushed him off. Now, he's stepping out with details and a demonstration to raise awareness of this vulnerability.
  • You Better Reset Your Twitter Password - Just a couple of days ago we posted news of GitHub leaving some of passwords in plain text within the internal logging system. Guess what? It has happened again and Twitter is the culprit. According to a blog post explaining things they say that a bug left passwords in plain text within the logging system before the passwords were hashed. Supposedly there hasn't been any sign of malicious use of these passwords, however, they recommend you change your password just in case.
  • Facebook Says It has Suspended 200 Apps After Audit - Facebook today provided an update on its internal audit with respect to apps' access to user data. Specifically, the company is examining which apps had access to large amounts of user data, similar to Cambridge Analytica, and if those apps misused that data. So far, Facebook has identified some 200 apps that it plans to investigate further. "Where we find evidence that these or other apps did misuse data, we will ban them and notify people," said the social network. As it preps its in-depth infestation into these apps, it has suspended their access to Facebook and its data. Facebook says it has already looked at thousands of applications. It will provide more information about what it finds as it continues its investigation. Before 2015, when it changed its data access policies, an app gained access to the data of millions of Facebook users and shared that data with a U.K.-based analyst firm. The data was used to to create voter profiles of Americans ahead of the 2016 election.
  • Google Revamps Storage Options Under 'Google One' Name - Google today relaunched its online, cloud-based storage service as Google One. Along with the new name, Google One includes new storage tiers and pricing. Moving forward, all Google account holders continue to receive 15 GB of storage for free. Those who need more can opt for the 100 GB plan for $1.99 per month, 200 GB for $2.99, 2 TB for $9.99, 10 TB for $99.99, 20 TB for $199.99, or 30 TB for $299.99 per month. Google is allowing users to share storage allotments with up to five family members. Moreover, Google One will provide people with 24/7 access to Google Experts for help with Google's consumer-level products and services. Google says existing paid Google Drive subscribers will be upgraded to Google One automatically over the next few months. Everyone else will be able to access the new Google One later this year.
  • Google Assistant Gets Your Hair Did  - In an amazing demo at Google I/0, Google's Assistant can actually ring up a salon or a restaurant to make an appointment for you. You don't have to call yourself even if the pizzeria doesn't have an online reservation system.
  • Google's AI-Powered Duplex Will Identify Itself as a Bot - Scott Huffman, who leads engineering for the Assistant, told Bloomberg Thursday that one way the bot could announce itself would be saying something like "I'm the Google assistant and I'm calling for a client." But while Google has floated some ideas around for how disclosures would be made, it still hasn't shared concrete plans on how exactly those things would be implemented.
  • Digital Assistants Can Hear More Than You Think - The New York Times is reporting that researchers in China and the United States have begun demonstrating that devices like Siri and Alexa can be vulnerable to hidden commands, not audible to the human ear.
  • Google's ARCore to Let Multiple People See the Same AR Content - Google has announced an update to its ARCore platform for augmented reality. The platform gains a handful of new tools to help developers create more immersive and shared AR experiences. First and foremost, ARCore introduces something Google calls Cloud Anchors. With Cloud Anchors, multiple devices can generate a shared, synchronized image of the world. It allows multiple phones to see and interact with the same content in the same place at the same time. It's a way to enable multi-player games, for example, or group room decorating. Sceneform is another new tool that makes it easier for developers to make AR experiences from Java-based applications. Sceneform has an expressive API, renderer, and seamless support for 3D objects. Last, Augmented Images makes it possible to attach augmented reality content to objects in the real world and expand them to view 3D renderings, such as opening a box. This is made possible in pat thanks to new support for vertical plane detection. The new ARCore will be made available to both Android and iOS devices. Developers can grab the new ARCore developer tools from the Android Developer web site.
  • Google Pay Now Available On the Web - Google Pay has officially expanded its reach to the web. Now, people can use Google Pay to make online purchases whether they're browsing on their desktop or their mobile device. Google Pay is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, and Safari on PCs and iPhones/iPads. This means Apple device users can put Google Pay to work from their phone or tablet. Google Pay supports multiple payment sources, including debit/credit cards and bank accounts. Google says it can automatically update cards as they are about to expire, and will offer to fill in shipping and/or billing information via Chrome's autofill tool when warranted. Google Pay is free to use on the web. The app for Android devices is free to download from the Google Play Store.
  • Desktop Chrome Now Sports Autoplay Muting - There's nothing worse than crappy autoplay videos on websites and I'm constantly having to mute them so I can read content and not listen to them. However, from this point forward Chrome is going to do something about this and it will learn your browsing behavior and start muting this stuff for you. According to Google, it will mute autoplay stuff for about 1,000 sites within six seconds. Also, they claim that once your browser is fully trained it should block about half of the autoplays you run across. This isn't perfect, but I'm sure over time they will increase the percentage of mutes. With that said, I'm glad I'm a Chrome user and this feature makes me like it even more.
  • ChromeOS Gains Support for Linux - Pixelbook owners will soon be able to use Linux on their ChromeOS device. Google today announced that Chromebooks will be able to run Linux apps, which will let developers open a window and use their favorite Linux-based tools without leaving ChromeOS. Linux will run in a virtual machine environment made just for Chromebooks. It launches instantly and integrates directly with apps on the host device. Google says developers will be able to drag Linux windows around the desktop, open files from downloads, and even deploy Android code from the Linux window to their ChromeOS machine. Google expects to offer Linux in ChromeOS as a preview in the next few weeks. It will offer compatibility with more devices over time. "We were looking at ways to expand support for power users and developers, especially on devices like the Pixelbook," remarked Kan Liu, director of product management, Chrome OS. "Users told us they want the ability to run Linux apps and developer apps, whether it's Android Studio or Visual Studio Code, on ChromeOS." Linux will hit the developer channel soon. It is based on the Debian 4.4 kernel and supports any and all Linux apps.
  • iPhone X Gains HDR Playback in YouTube - YouTube has rolled out support for HDR video playback on the Apple iPhone X. The latest version of YouTube adds the feature, which needs to be toggled on in the settings menu. The iPhone X is the first iPhone capable of playing HDR video, which offers more contrast than standard video. YouTube is free to download from the iTunes App Store.
  • Consumers Turn Against Skype Since Microsoft Acquisition - Skype was once one of the most popular if not the most popular calling service on the internet. Things changed when Microsoft acquired them for $8.5B in 2011 and then proceeded to make Skype a business product that they now bundle with Office 365 and try to steal customers from Cisco. Many former users of Skype just don't like how it works, looks, or performs. So now that's it's all said and done Skype just isn't that attractive to the masses anymore and once loyal users are finding better options. This is just one more case of Microsoft grabbing up a good product and then putting the Microsoft stink all over it. Maybe it will regain acceptance or maybe it won't, however, only time will tell if this once ubiquitous product makes a big comeback.
  • iOS 11.4 Locks Out Lighting Port If Not Powered On for a Week - Researchers at Elmscroft have discovered that iOS 11.4 will lock the Lightning port on iPhones and iPads if the device is not powered on and unlocked for a week. The function, called USB Restricted Mode, prevents data transfer via USB, though the phone can still charge through a Lightning cable. Elmscroft suggests the addition to iOS 11.4 is meant to thwart law enforcement. In recent months it's become clear that law enforcement agencies around the country are using a gray box that can be used to unlock and decrypt iPhones and other devices without the owner's password, PIN, or fingerprint. Apple has not commented on the discovery and it may not be a final feature in iOS 11.4.
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  • Microsoft's AI-Powered Meeting Room Of The Future - The device, which is shaped like a cone, is equipped with a 360-degree camera and a powerful microphone array. The camera uses facial recognition to scan the room and identify meeting participants. The microphones are used to pick up their voice and transcribe everyword spoken in a meeting in real-time using Microsoft's AI software. The voice recognition/transcription works with any language, which is helpful for companies where employees are working with teams that may be scattered across the globe
  • FTC Threatens Legal Action Against Sony, Microsoft - Everyone has probably noticed a little sticker on the back of their console that says "warranty void if removed". You'll usually find similar messages at the ends of certain user agreement licenses, and essentially, it's meant to keep customers from getting third-party repairs by voiding their warranty if they do. Well, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), that's not cool - illegal, not cool. In fact, they've sent out six letters to six major companies in the US warning that this practice is illegal. According to the statement given by the FTC on their website. Thanks to the folks over at Motherboard who obtained copies of the letters, we now know these letters were sent to Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Hyundai, HTC, and ASUS. The agency's associate director of marketing practices Lois Greisman sent out the letters on April 9 and gave each company 30 days to change its official warranty policies under threat of possible legal action against the companies
  • NASA Testing New Nuclear Reactor for Space Missions - NASA is testing a new technology for nuclear reactors that promises to significantly reduce their size, increase capacity, and longevity. The reactor is called KRUSTY or Kilopower Reactor Using Stirling TechnologY and It uses uranium instead of plutonium. The fission reaction (AKA heat) activates a piston assembly that can run a generator. It produces enough power to run a small home and if you set up a few or these as a farm they could run a human settlement on the Moon or Mars
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last 10 comments:
Csimbi(02:24 PM EDT - May,15 2018 )
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Many former users of Skype just don't like how it works, looks, or performs. So now that's it's all said and done Skype just isn't that attractive to the masses anymore and once loyal users are finding better options. This is just one more case of Microsoft grabbing up a good product and then putting the Microsoft stink all over it. Maybe it will regain acceptance or maybe it won't, however, only time will tell if this once ubiquitous product makes a big comeback.

When users have a choice, Microsoft cannot sell shit. People just throw their garbage away.
See Windows 10. They forced it on people, leaving no choice. Yei, we are good.
See Skype? Popularity is dropping rapidly.[/quote]

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Watch Steve Jobs unveil the iMac 20 years ago

You do know that he died, right?
We can't you let him rest in peace?

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FTC Threatens Legal Action Against Sony, Microsoft

Yup.
I would add their illegal EULAs to the list.

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NASA Testing New Nuclear Reactor for Space Missions

So when a rocket blows, we all die down here.
Wonderful.

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Is It Possible That Our World Is Just A Simulation?

Video won't play.

Tom(04:04 PM EDT - May,15 2018 )
Csimbi> quote:
Many former users of Skype just don't like how it works, looks, or performs. So now that's it's all said and done Skype just isn't that attractive to the masses anymore and once loyal users are finding better options. This is just one more case of Microsoft grabbing up a good product and then putting the Microsoft stink all over it. Maybe it will regain acceptance or maybe it won't, however, only time will tell if this once ubiquitous product makes a big comeback.

When users have a choice, Microsoft cannot sell shit. People just throw their garbage away.


In June 2012, Skype had surpassed 70 million downloads on an Android device.[90]

On 19 July 2012, Microsoft announced that Skype users had logged 115 billion minutes of calls in the quarter, up 50% since the last quarter.[91]

On 15 January 2014, TeleGeography estimated that Skype-to-Skype international traffic has gone up to 36% in 2013 to 214 billion minutes.[92]

Times have changed and there is a lot more choice. Also internet speed has increased globally for lots of people. Skype has been around for 15 years pal. Skype may kinda be irrelevant now but it made MS and the companies before it a lot of money.

YOU KNOW JACK SHIT.

Csimbi(09:07 AM EDT - May,16 2018 )
Hi Tom,
your trolling does not merit a response, so I don't go down to your level usually.
But, it seems to me that nowadays you have trouble understanding English - or, you just pick up bits and pieces that puts you in a trolling mood instead of trying to understand what actually was said.
I am worried because it is indicating that your cognitive functions may deteriorating - so, I suggest you go and consult some experts that can help you. There are good therapies for building these capabilities back.
Good luck!

Tom(03:49 PM EDT - May,16 2018 )
Csimbi> Hi Tom,
your trolling does not merit a response, so I don't go down to your level usually.
But, it seems to me that nowadays you have trouble understanding English - or, you just pick up bits and pieces that puts you in a trolling mood instead of trying to understand what actually was said.
I am worried because it is indicating that your cognitive functions may deteriorating - so, I suggest you go and consult some experts that can help you. There are good therapies for building these capabilities back.
Good luck!


Ya ok, go back to your burger flipping job tardo. Do you even know what trolling means? Dude you can't even type in English. Your grammatical skills are that of a child. I'm trying to tell you something. You know jack shit, stfu. Maybe that's clearer?

"We can't you let him rest in peace?"

"When users have a choice, Microsoft cannot sell shit. People just throw their garbage away."


As per Steam..MS can't sell shit...Hx.. where's that follow-up update about people going back to Win7???????

quote:
APRIL 2018 (CLICK LINE ITEM TO SEE MORE DETAIL)
ITEM MOST POPULAR PERCENTAGE CHANGE
OS VersionWindows 10 64 bit 53.10% +17.41%



From MS financial stats...

quote:
We delivered $90.0 billion in revenue and $22.3 billion in operating income this past fiscal year. Adjusting for Windows 10 revenue deferrals and restructuring expenses, revenue was $96.7 billion with $29.3 billion in operating income.


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Our commercial cloud annualized revenue run rate ended the year exceeding $18.9 billion, up more than 56 percent year-over-year.


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Year Ended June 30, 2017 (a) 2016 2015 2014 (h) 2013
Revenue $ 89,950 (b) $ 85,320 (d) $ 93,580 $ 86,833 $ 77,849



AGAIN... You know jack shit. You can't type in English worth shit and you sound like a complete and utter moron/hater. STFU, go get some magazines and learn something or you'll be flipping burgers your whole life.

heretic(04:56 PM EDT - May,16 2018 )
Tom> As per Steam..MS can't sell shit...Hx.. where's that follow-up update about people going back to Win7???????

Since Intel and other blocked Windows 7 on new hardware (BIOS, drivers, etc) people don't have as much choice as you think.

While Microsoft dominates the global market for classroom PCs, Google Chrome OS rules the roost in the United States.

In recent years, Microsoft has been moving towards Linux and deemphasizing Windows. Microsoft joined the Linux Foundation in 2016. The company changed the name of its public cloud from Windows Azure to Microsoft Azure, as many users (>40%) now run Linux on it. Microsoft has also introduced a Linux version of its SQL Server database software, and it has worked on an operating system for switches in its data centers that on Linux.

Finally, Microsoft’s Next OS is Based on Linux, Not Windows
https://www.thurrott.com/internet-of-things-iot/156628/microsofts-next-os-based-linux-not-windows

Do you still think Windows 10 is successful OS? If so, which build?
https://www.ggmania.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=33901

Tom(11:51 AM EDT - May,17 2018 )
Most versions of Linux don't support my old hardware anymore... so what are you saying? I am forced to go to a new version even though I don't want too.

@Windows and next OS based on Linux.. I don't think that's been stated for consumer windows..but I welcome it. Finally someone can do something with Linux that everyone can use. If that's true and I doubt it. I am and always have been a fan of Linux but when it boils down to gaming.. there's no better choice than Windows. Honestly Hx, I don't think you fully know what you are talking about though. Nobody has stated Windows 11 will be based off Linux. Do you even know what Azure is? you say this "Finally, Microsoft’s Next OS is Based on Linux, Not Windows "... um.. we are talking small devices.. like the OS in your fridge not your desktop OS.

@Chrome.. Canada also has Chrome books in schools. Obviously a LOT cheaper than PC's...

heretic(03:46 AM EDT - May,18 2018 )
Tom> Most versions of Linux don't support my old hardware anymore... so what are you saying? I am forced to go to a new version even though I don't want too.

@Windows and next OS based on Linux.. I don't think that's been stated for consumer windows..but I welcome it. Finally someone can do something with Linux that everyone can use. If that's true and I doubt it. I am and always have been a fan of Linux but when it boils down to gaming.. there's no better choice than Windows. Honestly Hx, I don't think you fully know what you are talking about though. Nobody has stated Windows 11 will be based off Linux. Do you even know what Azure is? you say this "Finally, Microsoft’s Next OS is Based on Linux, Not Windows "... um.. we are talking small devices.. like the OS in your fridge not your desktop OS.

@Chrome.. Canada also has Chrome books in schools. Obviously a LOT cheaper than PC's...


I don't say or mix anything :D

I just mentioned a few facts from current market, so everybody can think about it and make own opinion

another interesting link is here
https://betanews.com/2018/03/06/debian-linux-windows/

My opinion is that Microsoft is finally trying to overcome the mistake they made in the Windows architecture years ago when NT was supposed to be a "better UNIX than UNIX." By integrating the GUI Shell into the OS they lost the ability to alter the GUI for different device types.

Tom(12:34 PM EDT - May,18 2018 )
I welcome Windows using linux as a base but I think you will only see them use it in small appliances.windows UI may be limiting as you say but a lot of Linux has copied most every aspect of Windows UI trying to make it easier and more appealing but never seems to happen because Linux distros always requires shell knowledge to do thngs and standards never happen or the standards are insufficient. Look at hardware acceleration. That's always been a hitch across the various distros. To be h0nest I was really hoping Valve would do something to help Linux but they fell way short.

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