Nvidia Unveils Major Volta Upgrade to its SaturnV Supercomputer

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Nvidia has made a massive upgrade to its own supercomputer, the SaturnV, courtesy of the Volta V100 GPU.

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Eerie glowing bubble over Siberia sparks UFO reports, likely a missile

A massive, glowing bubble of light erupted in the night sky above northeastern Siberia sometime Oct. 26/27, The Siberian Times has reported.

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Not sexting? You're weird, study says

It’s the joy of sext!Sexting is now a normal part of human relationships, according to a massive new study of sex and tech — 74 percent of Americans say they exchange saucy electronic messages with their lovers.

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Russian Head of $4B Bitcoin Exchange Charged in Massive Money Laundering Scheme


A grand jury in the Northern District of California indicted a Russian man for running a massive money laundering operation through the BTC-e bitcoin exchange, a group of federal officials announced Wednesday. The exchange allegedly received up to $4 billion in proceeds from various criminal activities, including the 2014 hack of the Mt. Gox bitcoin exchange. The suspect, 37-year-old Alexander Vinnik, was arrested Tuesday by Greek authorities, and charges in an unsealed indictment were released the following day.

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Apple expands bet on cutting edge privacy technology

Last year, Apple Inc. kicked off a massive experiment with new privacy technology aimed at solving an increasingly thorny problem: how to build products that understand users without snooping on their activities.

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IBM, US Air Force Are Building a Neuromorphic Supercomputer

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IBM and the US Air Force are teaming up to build a massive supercomputer. The new system should be capable of processing data more like the human brain does, while simultaneously pairing that capability with more conventional CPUs.

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Watch this daredevil skydiver use a massive drone instead of a plane for his jump

Planes do the job perfectly well, but check out how this skydiver uses a massive drone instead for a parachute jump. The machine could one day be used to rescue people from danger zones or help in other emergency situations.

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US should take some of blame for massive cyberattack, Chinese media says

Chinese media pinned some of the blame for the massive global cyberattack that affected more than 300,000 computers over the weekend on the top U.S. security agency.

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WannaCry ransomware attack: How average computer users contributed to global spread of malware

As cybersecurity experts clamored to contain and explain the massive global ransomware attack that infected several hundred thousand computers over the weekend in more than 150 countries, it’s the average computer user who should be concerned, multiple experts said.

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British Hospitals, FedEx Among Thousands Hit by Ransomware


Authorities are investigating a massive ransomware attack that reportedly hit more than 45,000 computers in 74 countries worldwide, including the UK’s NHS England national health service, international delivery service FedEx, and Spanish telecom firm Telefonica. Security experts have linked the exploit to an earlier leak by the Shadow Brokers, who allegedly accessed a trove of hacking tools from the NSA. Based on early information, a number of organizations reported that they were affected by a ransomware attack linked to the Wanna Decryptor.

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'Mass Effect Andromeda' review: A game for the fans

Mass Effect has never been a game for everyone. The titles take patience and massive interest in the story to be able to maintain interest throughout the campaign. The game may play a little unsteady, but it is nothing that the fans will not be able to look past.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/04/12/mass-effect-andromeda-review-game-for-fans.html

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TSMC announces plans for $16 billion foundry to push the envelope on 5nm, 3nm process nodes

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TSMC is planning a massive new fab for the 5nm and 3nm nodes, with an estimated cost of $16B. Pushing the boundaries of semiconductor technology isn’t just yielding fewer and fewer positive returns — it’s getting ever-more expensive as well. No one thinks the current cycle is sustainable, but TSMC clearly believes it has a path to at least the 3nm and possibly the 2nm node.

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How to Keep Your Devices From Joining a Zombie Botnet Army

Last Friday’s massive cyberattack, which disrupted access to dozens of popular websites, probably wasn’t carried out by internet-connected devices in your home, cyber safety experts say.

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Big Data and Analytics: Creating New Value


The massive amount of data available from connected devices creates an unprecedented opportunity for increased optimization of products and services — and, consequently, revenue. The deep investment in big data gathering and analytics is fueled by an ability to create added value for companies based on actionable business insights, and to create added value for consumers by providing lifestyle benefits. While gathering and analyzing data comes at a substantial cost, the return can be great for businesses.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83998.html?rss=1

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Hackers hijack 'smart devices' in huge cyberattack

Several “massive” cyberattacks were launched last week, with an “army” of security cameras and DVRs being hijacked by hackers, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/09/30/hackers-hijack-smart-devices-in-huge-cyberattack.html

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With Android on top of the world, Google is already working on a mysterious new OS

Android is currently the most popular mobile operating system in the world by a massive margin.

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