Day: January 31, 2019

You’re the Swan that I want, you are the Swan I want, ooh ooh ooh: Intel anoints Bob as CEO

Swan’s throng. Chipzilla’s only Swan and done it. And Swan more for luck, etc etc Intel on Thursday filled its vacant CEO slot with the appointment of Robert Swan, who has been moonlighting as interim CEO over the past seven months while simultaneously serving as CFO.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

The iPhone SE is once again available from Apple — for $249 – CNET

The discontinued budget handset returns to the Apple clearance aisle. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook removes activity related to alleged Iranian influence campaign – CNET

The content was targeted to users in the Middle East and South Asia …read more Source:: CNet

Uber adds public transportation to its app, starting with Denver – CNET

Riders can plan their journey — whether it’s with Uber or not — in the ride-hailing app. …read more Source:: CNet

Engineers Create a Robot That Can ‘Imagine’ Itself

Columbia Engineering researchers have made a major advance in robotics by creating a robot that learns what it is, from scratch, with zero prior knowledge of physics, geometry, or motor dynamics. Initially the robot does not know if it is a spider, a snake, an arm — it has no clue what its shape is….

2019 Already Marred By Slew of Data Breach Incidents

So far, 2019 shows no signs of a decline in data incidents. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Dell, CrowdStrike, Secureworks Join Forces to Secure Endpoints

Dell SafeGuard and Response is geared toward businesses, governments, and schools that may lack resources they need to detect and remediate sophisticated threats. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Airbus Employee Info Exposed in Data Breach

Few details as yet on a cyberattack that hit Airbus’ commercial aircraft business. …read more Source:: DarkReading

A second preview of .NET Core 3? Shucks, Microsoft. You spoil us

JSON writing gets snappier while Remond nails its colours to the IoT mast Microsoft has kicked out a second preview of .NET Core 3 and naturally we fired up the IDE to see what has changed.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Selling fake followers and likes is illegal, landmark settlement finds – CNET

“Anyone profiting off of deception and impersonation is breaking the law,” says the New York attorney general. …read more Source:: CNet