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US and UK youths were arrested in connection with Twitter hack

Law enforcement in the U.S. and UK has indicted three people who are believed to be responsible for the massive Twitter hack that has taken over the accounts of politicians, celebrities, and celebrities in the technology industry to defraud people around the world using Bitcoin. The three male suspects include a 19-year-old from Great Britain, a 22-year-old from Orlando and …

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The MIT AI system knows when to make a medical diagnosis or when to call in an expert

The researchers trained the system for various tasks, including examining chest X-rays to diagnose conditions such as lung collapse. When diagnosing cardiomegaly (an enlarged heart), the human-AI hybrid model performed eight percent better than AI or medical professionals alone. “There are many obstacles that understandably prohibit full automation in clinical environments, including trust and accountability issues,” said David Sontag, lead …

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Building an adaptable, intelligent world: questions and answers with Xilinx

The demand for live video streaming skyrocketed during the pandemic as more events, courses and meetings were conducted online than ever before. This has aggravated the situation for video service providers where bandwidth costs have increased as they attempt to provide high quality video streaming services to their users. To learn more about how Xilinx’s new real-time video server appliances …

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Dish buys Ting Mobile to expand its mobile business

The sale came from the merger of the two airlines. T-Mobile and Sprint had to part with the prepaid brand to get their union approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The agreement gave Dish seven years of access to the T-Mobile network. This access now applies to Ting Mobile customers, but means that they will no longer be able …

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This cheap Raspberry Pi 4B alternative offers two unmatched features

Radxa, a Brazilian developer of single-board computers (SBCs), has started selling its Rock Pi 4C SBC, which was developed for ultra-cheap, ultra-compact systems. The Radxa Rock Pi 4C SBC is based on the Rockchip RK3399 System-on-Chip (SoC), which was originally developed for inexpensive Google Android tablets and therefore offers a fairly decent range of functions and quite good performance. The …

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Google sends meet links next to zoom invitations

With more people working from home than ever before, video conferencing software has become an essential tool for remote workers to stay in touch with their teams and conduct online meetings. This has prompted Microsoft, Google and other software companies to push their video conferencing solutions much more aggressively than before the pandemic to keep up with Zoom, which has …

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Microsoft redesigned the Xbox Store before its X series debut

Microsoft Microsoft has redesigned the store’s navigation system to “make it easier for you to find your next favorite game, app, movie, or TV show.” There are more search filters, a revised wish list and an updated shopping cart – it should be easier to see which items you have added. The focus is on backward compatibility, so you can …

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The Google Pixel 4a against the competition: The mid-range heats up

For years we have mainly focused on flagship phones from companies like Apple, Google and Samsung. However, since the excellent Pixel 3a was released last year, mid-range devices have become much more interesting. Today Google finally announced the Pixel 4a, which does make some cuts, but still offers fast performance and even a flagship camera for the low price of …

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