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The company could face penalties of up to 10% of its total revenue, which was more than $280B in 2019.
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The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra could get four rear cameras and an extra sensor, if this new leak is to be believed.
Development of Pyston, a variant of the Python runtime that uses just-in-time compilation to speed up the execution of Python programs, is back on again after a long period of limbo. Picking up where Dropbox left off, a new development team has released Pyston 2.0.Pyston provides what is ultimately intended to be a drop-in replacement for the standard Python runtime, CPython. It’s compatible with Python 3.8, so programs that runs with that version of Python should run as-is on Pyston.
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Pyston performs code generation using just-in-time compilation, or JITting, to yield many of its speedups. Pure-Python programs show the largest improvements, while programs that use C/C++ modules for faster execution, like PyTorch, show less or none.To read this article in full, please click here
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The game's 10th expansion pack lets your Sim get some rest and relaxation at the Japanese-inspired vacation spot Mount Komorebi. Here's what it's like to play.
UK researchers led by scientists from the University of Leeds in collaboration with the University of Edinburg have, for the first time, been able to 3D print synthetic soft surfaces with texture like the human tongue. The feat opens new possibilities for testing oral processing properties of food, nutritional technology, pharmaceutics, and therapies to treat dry mouth. Researchers printed the … Continue reading
Whether you want to work or play, here are the 10 best tips and tricks to get the most out of your new feature-packed Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.
Apple's purchase of Barcelona-based Vilynx follows its spree of AI acquisitions earlier this year as the company looks to expand its footprint.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost $2.8 billion on Monday as the stock market took a hit.
Swedish kit vendor Ericsson has announced a Cloud RAN portfolio that represents an apparently reluctant acknowledgement telecoms industry reality.
Open-source RISC OS 5.28 brings support for latest ickle 'puter as well as hundreds of fixes An update for open-source Arm operating system RISC OS at the weekend features stable support for the Raspberry Pi 4 computer.…
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Kotatsu are Japanese heated tables that can be traced to Zen temples in the middle ages. This winter, they're coming to Chicago.
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The Italian Data Protection Authority has started an investigation into the widespread use of bots that generate fake nude images on messaging app Telegram. The news follows an investigation by security firm Sensity, which found that as of July 2020 more than 100,000 faked images had been generated and shared in public Telegram channels.
The bots can generate fake nudes that have watermarks or that show only partial nudity, and users pay to “reveal” the whole image. Users could submit a photo of a woman to the bot and receive a version of the photo back with clothing “removed” and no indication that the image had been altered. And according to Sensity, a limited number of the bot-generated images, most of which are pulled from social...
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(University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science) The University of Miami's Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) has joined FABRIC, the advanced U.S. cyberinfrastructure network funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), as a scientific partner. A three-year research award to UM was included in a $3 million NSF grant that will expand FABRIC to four leading scientific institutions in Asia and Europe, and support international research that benefits from real-time sharing of large-scale datasets.