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  • Nvidia GTC 2018 Highlights: AI Trucks, Mega-Video Cards & Ray Tracing - Nvidia's yearly GPU Technology Conference (GTC) was overflowing with demos, presentations, tutorials, and sessions. As expected, AI and deep learning topics dominated the show. Sadly, Nvidia didn't announce new cards for gaming. The company did announce a new Tesla-powered Quadro professional graphics card and what it bills as 'The World's Largest GPU,' which is actually sixteen Tesla GV100 GPUs crammed into a single chassis that draws a mind-bending 10kW of power.
  • Corsair Wants to Stop GPU Abuse - Corsair has released a new video to raise awareness for GPU abuse
  • New VR Controller Brings KB+Mouse Accuracy to VR Gaming - The controller is called the Po!nt and it has the W-A-S-D setup we're all familiar with and a few other keys used frequently by KB players. It can be customized for all of your games and the company claims almost all of the initial feedback on the product is positive. However, I'm not a VR player yet so I can't really opine on whether I think it's going to work so I'd like some of our resident VR players to chime in on this one.
  • Canon's 120 megapixel image sensor captures video in frightening details -  In Canon's latest video, we can see the incredibly high detail that a sensor of this caliber is capable of capturing. Fine details that are lost in standard Full HD are readily apparent with the 120 megapixel solution. It's impressive, no doubt, but also a bit frightening. The stadium scene, specifically, shows what's possible in terms of surveillance when you've got an ultra-high resolution camera at your disposal.
  • Windows on ARM: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 vs. Intel Celeron N3450 - When the Snapdragon fails to get even close to a measly Atom-based Celeron processor in a number of workloads, you're not going to get a good real world experience. When you use the device with a desktop app like Excel or Photoshop, it's easy to get frustrated by how sluggish, laggy and unimpressive the performance is. Using a Celeron N3450 is tough when you're used to Core i5 or i7 performance, and the Snapdragon 835 is significantly worse than this. 
  • Huawei's P20 Series Boasts Gradient Paint and Advanced Cameras  - Huawei has introduced the P20 and P20 Pro at an event in Paris. The new phones, direct competitors to Apple's iPhone, are high-end devices that include unique colors, powerful processors, and the newest camera technology. Shared features of the P20 and P20 Pro include metal frames with gradient, painted 3D glass panels on the back. Huawei says the colors were inspired by Monet. The 2:1 displays on front feature notches at the top to hold the user-facing camera and sensors. The notch can be "hidden" with software that blacks out the info bar on the screen. Huawei has improved its facial recognition security software, which now works in the dark by illuminating the display. The P20 and P20 Pro carry over Huawei's premiere Kirin 970 processor with neural processing unit and Master AI to recognize scenes (group shots, landscapes) and objects (dogs, cats). The P20 series ads Master Stabilization software that allows owners to take exposures up to 4 seconds in length without using a tripod. The selfie camera on both phones has a 24-megapixel sensor with a lens at f/2.4. Other specs include 128 GB of storage, USB-C, Cat 18 LTE, Bluetooth 4.2 with aptHD+, and rapid charging. The phones ship with Android 8.1 and Huawei's EMUI 8.
  • Apple launches new $299 iPad with Pencil support - At an education event held in Chicago, Apple has unveiled its newest iPad to date poised to compete with the abundance of Chromebooks found in schools. The latest rendition features a 9.7-inch display with an A10 Fusion chip. Weighing in at one pound, the new iPad is as light as ever. Despite Apple's push for Face ID on the iPhone X, a Touch ID fingerprint reader remains a part of the home button.
  • Apple iWork Suite Update Targets Education - Apple today updated is entire suite of iWork productivity apps for iPhones, iPads, and Mac devices. The changes primarily tackle educational use of these apps and focus on bringing new features to Apple's mobile devices. For example, the apps now allow people to draw, write, or annotate documents using the Apple Pencil (on supported iPads) or your finger. A new Smart Annotation tool lets people add comments and marks that remain anchored to the text as files are shared via iCloud and/or Box. iWork adds digital book templates, the ability to add an image gallery, and new paragraph and character styles. People can use presenter mode to read and auto-scroll text while giving a speech, while iWork now lets people view pages side-by-side as they work, or turn on facing pages to format documents as two-page spreads. Other new tools include master pages to keep design consistent across layouts, instant document reorientation (landscape/portrait), editable shapes, donut charts, conditional highlighting, and fraction formatting. The iWork apps, which include Pages, Keynote, and Numbers, are free to download from the iTunes and Mac App Stores.
  • Microsoft Edge Now Available on iOS and Android - Microsoft has announced today that Microsoft Edge is now available for free on the Apple Store and the Google Play Store. The mobile versions allow you to share favorites, reading lists, and passwords across all your devices, and is available a few languages, including 5 versions of English for the Android version!
  • Apple Releases iOS 11.3 for iPhones - Apple has made iOS 11.3 available to the general public after testing it privately the last few months. First, iOS 11.3 provides iPhone users with more control over their phone's battery performance. People can asses the health of their iPhone's battery to see whether or not it needs to be replaced. The tool also allows people to turn off Apple's power management function that is used to prevent battery shutdowns at the expense of speed. iOS 11.3 introduces four new animoji for the iPhone X: a bear, lion, dragon, and skull, making for a total of 16. iOS 11.3 improves augmented reality for iPhones by expanding the ability to map surfaces to include horizontal and vertical surfaces. This means AR apps can place virtual objects on walls and doors, in addition to floors and tables. Apple says the iPhone's camera is now able to offer 50% greater resolution when shooting AR, and can take advantage of auto-focus for sharper results. iOS 11.3 adds a new tool to iMessage that will allow iPhone owners to chat with select businesses. Some early adopters include Discover, Hilton, Lowe's, and Wells Fargo. Through this new business chat feature, people can converse with service representatives, schedule appointments, and make purchases via Apple Pay. iOS 11.3 adds a new Health Records feature that lets health providers share patient health data in an easy-to-digest format. Patients can collect their health records from various institutions and view them in a single place on the iPhone. The health records support notifications for lab results, medications, conditions, and more. Apple says this data is encrypted and password-protected. Other features in iOS 11.3 include the addition of music videos to Apple Music, more video content within Apple News, software authentication for HomeKit devices, and support for Advanced Mobile Location so more accurate location data is made available to emergency services during 911 calls. iOS 11.3 is free to download from Apple.
  • Kaspersky Lab Open-Sources its Threat-Hunting Tool - DARKReading is reporting that Kaspersky Lab has made its threat hunting tool KLara available for open source. The tool runs multiple YARA identifier rules from multiple databases simultaneously. The open source tool is available now on GitHub. Many more details about KLara can be found on SecureList.
  • New BranchScope Attack Vector for Intel CPUs - BranchScope is a newly identified side-channel attack that can be used on Skylake, Haswell, and Sandy Bridge CPUs. Dmitry Evtyushkin, one of the people involved in this research, told SecurityWeek that while they have not been tested, the microcode updates released by Intel in response to Meltdown and Spectre might only fix the BTB vector, which means BranchScope attacks could still be possible. However, Intel told the researchers that software guidance for mitigating Spectre Variant 1 could be effective against BranchScope attacks as well.
  • Meltdown Malware Patch That Opens Other Holes Fixed on Windows 7 - Microsoft just issued a March 2018 patch for the January 2018 patch that was directed at fixing a Meltdown malware attack vector according to Bleeping Computer. The January patch specific to Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. That patch allowed access permission for kernel memory. Make sure if you still use those operating systems that you have both of these patches installed. This issue affected only 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, Frisk said. We say affected because Microsoft patched the bug by flipping the PML4 permission bit back to its original value in this month's Patch Tuesday.
  • How Does Credit Card Fraud Protection Work? - Your credit card company uses a number of clever methods to catch thieves in the act.
  • Data of 150M MyFitnessPal App Users Stolen by Hackers - Under Armour says the data of about 150 million people was taken from its MyFitnessPal app and web site. MyFitnessPal is a popular tool for managing diet and exercise. The company says it noticed unauthorized access to its servers by a third party on March 25 and immediately took steps to investigate the issue. Under Armour believes the hackers made off with usernames, email addresses, and hashed passwords. Data such as social security numbers, driver's license numbers, and payment card data was not accessed. Under Armour began notifying impacted users within several days of the breach. The notice provides users with recommendation on steps they can take to protect their information. Under Armour is encouraging all users to change their passwords immediately. The investigation into the nature of the breach is ongoing and Under Armour will provide more information as it is available. Customers can find more information on a FAQ posted to the company's web site. In 2016, Under Armour partnered with HTC to create a fitness-focused Health Box, which included a smart scale that could talk to apps on HTC phones.
  • Monero Crypto Not as Anonymous as You Might Think - If you have been mining Monero on your Threadripper, then using that cryptocurrency for buying hookers and blow, you might want to be aware those some of those older Monero transactions are not as private as you might think. All of which means Monero may continue to leak small amounts of information that could be used to point to likely spenders—even if not providing a smoking gun. Even so, the researchers warn that small information leaks can build up over time, and can be combined with other data sources to provide that more concrete evidence. Perhaps more disturbingly for Monero users who spent coins before its privacy improvements, indelible fingerprints could lead to their front door. And that points to a more fundamental problem for cryptocurrencies offering privacy: Any security flaw discovered in the future might apply retroactively, allowing observers to dig up old skeletons buried in the currency's blockchain.
  • Tim Cook Says He Wouldn't be in Facebook's Situation - Tim Cook says he wouldn't be in the same situation as Facebook because they don't do business the same way. Of course it's easy to differentiate yourself from a information company since you only sell hardware. However, it wouldn't surprise me if Apple sells/provides our information and just hasn't been caught yet :-)
  • Facebook Released New Tool to Delete Your Data - In the wake of the ongoing Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook is releasing new tools to make privacy settings, as well as deleting your data easier to find. The system is focused around a new Privacy Shortcuts menu, where users can can control the data Facebook collects in just a few taps, instead of "having settings spread across nearly 20 different screens." Seems a bit too little too late in my opinion. And it's tough to say whether or not admitting that the old system was convoluted will help or hurt them as Zuckerberg goes to testify before Congress.
  • Westworld Season 2 - Official Trailer - Chaos takes control. Westworld Season 2 premieres 4/22 at 9PM on HBO.
  • TERMINAL - Official Trailer - In the dark heart of a sprawling, anonymous city, TERMINAL follows the twisting tales of two assassins carrying out a sinister mission, a teacher battling a fatal illness, an enigmatic janitor and a curious waitress leading a dangerous double life. Murderous consequences unravel in the dead of night as their lives all intertwine at the hands of a mysterious criminal mastermind hell-bent on revenge. Starring Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg, Dexter Fletcher, Max Irons and Mike Myers Written and Directed by Vaughn Stein In Theaters May 11
  • How Girl Scout Cookies Are Made - Two different bakeries supply the Girls Scouts of the USA with cookies. They make the exact same type of cookie, but they're labeled under different names and look different too. One of the factories, Little Brownie Bakers, makes 450 million thin mints a day! Each season, Girl Scouts sell nearly $800 million worth of cookies.
  • Chilli Eating Contest Bath Chilli Festival - The University of Bath hosted this sadistic competition in which competitors start off with a Jalepeno before graduating to Habeneros and eventually Carolina Reapers.
  • Sleep Talking - Week 2 - That poor woman! ! Does she get any sleep???
  • Marc Rebillet - Blackbeard's here (music) - It's catchy. It's trippy. It has all the makings of a classic.
  • 1,372 Little Robots Dancing Together - This performance broke the world record of robots dancing simultaneously.
  • 20,000 Calorie Superbowl Challenge (Wings, Doritos, Pizza...) -  20k of some of the most popular foods to eat while watching the game. Pizza, Wings, Doritos (chips), Burgers, and Chili.
  • Best Japanese Commercials 2017 - Sit back, relax and watch 15 minutes of the best Japanese Commercials from 2017 ~
  • Joy Corrigan shows off her bikini body - check it out
  • The best pics on the Internet #253 - All pictures are carefully handpicked
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