Month: May 2018

Facebook finally fully embraces GDPR – Generally Derailing Pages Recklessly

Furious netizens locked out of their business profiles all day Facebook is mysteriously and inexplicably locking people out of their Pages – the social network’s profiles for businesses and organizations.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Banking Botnet Operators Strike Profit-Sharing Partnership

Instead of ripping each other’s malware out of victim systems, the groups behind Trickbot and IcedID are playing nice with each other, says Flashpoint. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Artificial intelligence… or advanced imitation? How DeepMind used YouTube vids to train game-beating Atari bot

I think I’m a clone now Video DeepMind has taught artificially intelligent programs to play classic Atari computer games by making them watch YouTube videos.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Twitter says it’s to blame for the Beats ‘defiance’ ad bombarding your feed – CNET

Obstacles into opportunities, eh? …read more Source:: CNet

Samantha Bee gets TBS support after Full Frontal Ivanka Trump insult – CNET

A sponsor of the show pulls out, but so far Samantha Bee hasn’t followed in the footsteps of Roseanne with a cancellation after online outrage. …read more Source:: CNet

Toyota Supra headed to Nascar series? – Roadshow

According to a new report, the return of Toyota’s iconic sports car will include some unlikely on-track action in the Xfinity Series. …read more Source:: CNet

This umbrella drone can throw shade without having to hold a stick – CNET

It’ll keep both hands free so you can applaud at how great your new umbrella drone is. …read more Source:: CNet

Walmart takes on Amazon with Jetblack, a $50-a-month concierge shopping service – CNET

Too busy to shop? Just text. …read more Source:: CNet

VMware posts solid Q1 results

The hybrid cloud and virtualization giant beat both top and bottom line expectations. …read more Source:: ZDNet

It’s all true – I bribed big city’s IT boss with fat bathroom bungs, admits tech biz chief exec

Supply firm owner slipped boodles in envelopes to bag millions in contracts The owner of an IT supplier has admitted bunging a US city’s tech boss cash bribes to bag lucrative service contracts worth millions of dollars.… …read more Source:: TheRegister