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    Data Management

    How Developers, SRE Teams, and Security Engineers Use Telemetry Data

    In a rapidly growing digital landscape, organizations face challenges with collecting and processing telemetry data (logs, metrics, and traces). As the amount of telemetry data increases, organizations need to understand how various groups use it so they can optimize operations and keep costs in check. Developers, site reliability engineers (SREs),...

    By: Tucker Callaway | CEO de Mezmo

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    SRE vs. DevOps: What’s the Difference?

    DevOps and site reliability engineering (SRE) are two of the most discussed topics in the IT world these days. These two disciplines are sometimes a bit difficult to differentiate. The purpose of a DevOps initiative is to combine the development and operation processes and make them frictionless. And the purpose...

    By: Kaushik Pal | Technology writer

  • US Beats Its Clean Energy Permit Goal A Year Early

    US Beats Its Clean Energy Permit Goal A Year Early

    The US Department of the Interior has confirmed it has achieved its target to permit 25 gigawatts of clean energy projects on public lands by 2025. The government has also committed to a final Renewable Energy Rule to achieve further solar and wind power developments in priority targeted areas. In...

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    Najlepsze przedsprzedaże kryptowalut w April 2024

    Co rusz na rynku pojawiają się nowe kryptowaluty. Niemal każdego dnia ogłaszane są kolejne projekty kryptowalut i można się pogubić w tym, które aktywa cyfrowe są warte zainwestowania. Najlepiej jest kupić nowe tokeny w trakcie przedsprzedaży. Jakie są przedsprzedaże kryptowalut w ? W co warto zainwestować? Nasze pogłębione analizy najlepszych...

    By: Dennis Kussel | Ekspert kryptowalut & gamingu

  • Your Internet Provider Will Now Have to Show a 'Nutrition Label'

    Your Internet Provider Must Now Show A ‘Nutrition Label’

    Internet service providers (ISPs) in the US are now required to show broadband 'nutrition labels' that clearly identify what customers get with their plans. Modelled after food labels, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) mandated "consumer broadband labels" show the true pricing of internet access as well as the typical speeds,...

    By: Jon Fingas | Tech News Editor

  • What is AI Washing? Definition, Practices & Legal Implications

    AI Washing

    What is AI Washing? AI washing is a deceptive promotional practice that exaggerates or outright lies about a product or service’s use of artificial intelligence (AI). The objective of AI washing is to capitalize on people’s interest in AI and make an offering seem to be more cutting-edge than it...

    By: Margaret Rouse | Technology Expert

  • Tesla Settles Lawsuit Over Deadly 2018 Autopilot Crash

    Tesla Settles Lawsuit Over Deadly 2018 Autopilot Crash

    Tesla has settled a lawsuit over a fatal 2018 crash involving the company’s Autopilot driver assistance technology. The company has agreed to pay an undisclosed amount to the family of Apple engineer Walter Huang, who died when his 2017 Model X steered into a highway median while Autopilot was active....

    By: Jon Fingas | Tech News Editor

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    Gambling

    The Rise & Dramatic Fall of Dan Bilzerian

    A decade ago, Dan Bilzerian was everywhere in the public eye and on social media. Things have changed today, though, with the "King of Instagram" noticeably absent from from the spotlight. So, what happened to Dan Bilzerian? We'll answer this question by exploring Bilzerian's rise to fame and fortune, his...

    By: Jeremy Olson | Sports Betting and Casino Expert

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    War & Geopolitical Ransomware Account For 70% of All Attacks

    From water and energy providers to manufacturers, data centers, and healthcare organizations, state-supported ransomware groups increasingly target those operating IT-OT environments. Unlike other sectors that rely mostly on IT digital systems, the critical infrastructure sector and industries now connect their IT environments with their Operational Technology (OT). The new Dragos...

    By: Ray Fernandez | Senior Technology Journalist

  • Tech Headlines of the Week: AI Battle & SBF’s Final Sentence

    Tech News of the Week: Intel, Apple & Meta Join the AI Chip Race

    What is happening in the tech industry today? It has been another busy and occasionally bizarre few days with users voicing their displeasure over X's decision to make blue checkmarks non-removable. Ironically, checkmarks symbolizing online status are a not-so-subtle flex that users would prefer to hide. In more serious news...

    By: Neil C. Hughes | Senior Technology Writer