Spiny-cheeked crayfish coming over here, stealing all our streams
366 posts • joined 9 Jan 2015
Just let this sink in: Capita wins 12-year £1bn contract to provide training services to the Royal Navy and Marines
Here's a headline we'll run this century, mark our words: Alien invaders' AI found on Mars searching for signs of life
Virgin Galactic inks deal with NASA to train astro-tourists looking to buy a seat to the International Space Station
No Wiggle room: Two weeks after angry bike shop customers report mystery orders on their accounts, firm confirms payment cards delinked
Time to check who left their database open and leaked 7.5m customer records: Hi there, Adobe Creative Cloud!
Inside the 1TB ImageNet data set used to train the world's AI: Naked kids, drunken frat parties, porno stars, and more
Auto hoovers give me cause for concern, a meat based operative has the faculty to determine whether an object is to be sucked up or not. That all important missing pc screw or ear ring is cause to turn off suction mode temporarily to retrieve the errant item.
I'm fearful that although these are keenly priced, they could lead to the cats disappearance with that much suction.
My god, it's full of tsars: A gun-toting Russian humanoid robot is on its way to the International Space Station
Who left a database of emails, credit cards, plain-text passwords, and more open to the web this week? Tech Data, come on down!
Yay, you lose weight and get rad hardened in space! Nay, your genes go awry and your brain slows down when you return to Earth!
McAfee – the completely sane guy, not the biz – told to fork out $25m over 'torture, murder' of his Belize neighbor
fine with it.
"There's no recognition of how breathtakingly invasive this proposal is," said Emma Norton of Liberty.
This is no less invasive than being finger printed at a police station surely and saves time and therefore money to boot. Possibly Liberty's position on this is to ensure those that shouldn't be walking the streets are free to do so.