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  • Olympic Games: Is Paris Ready for the “Unprecedented” Wave of Cyber Attacks?
    Cybersecurity

    Olympic Games: Is Paris Ready for the “Unprecedented” Wave of Cyber Attacks?

    In just two months athletes and tourists from hundreds of countries will descend on Paris for the 2024 Summer Olympics. For security teams working in this large-scale event, this only means one thing: cyber attacks are a top priority and must be anticipated and shut down. Unlike almost all Olympic...

    By: Ray Fernandez | Senior Technology Journalist

  • Poor Data Quality Is Killing Your AI Project, Experts Warn
    Artificial Intelligence

    Your CEO May Be Ready for AI, but Your Data Isn’t

    Worries about dodgy data have been with us since the dawn of spreadsheets. Now that GenAI has exploded onto the scene, questionable inputs are being blamed for the hallucinations and other odd behaviors that routinely plague LLMs. Data quality determines the reliability of AI outputs. If you don’t have full...

    By: Mark De Wolf | Tech Writer

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    Read our Expert Double Diamond Slot Review and Free Demo

    Known for its high volatility and generous payouts, the single-line Double Diamond slot from IGT remains a popular choice among classic slot fans. Try the free demo and read our full review to see how it compares. Play Double Diamond Slot in Free Demo Mode Double Diamond Slot Key Features...

    By: Charlon Muscat | iGaming Expert

  • AI Pin Creator Humane Is Already Said to Be Looking For A Buyer

    AI Pin Creator Humane Is Already Said to Be Looking For A Buyer

    Humane, the startup behind the AI Pin, is already believed to be searching for a buyer. Bloomberg sources claimed Humane was exploring a sale with the help of a financial advisor, and was hoping to sell for between $750 million to $1 billion. There was no mention of prospective buyers....

    By: Jon Fingas | Tech News Editor

  • Threads is Testing a TweetDeck-style Multi-Column Web View

    Threads is Testing a TweetDeck-style Multi-Column Web View

    Instagram's Threads is testing a multi-column view on the web with a very strong resemblance to TweetDeck and X Pro. As Mark Zuckerberg showed in a post, the feature lets you pin columns for different topics, accounts, notifications, saved posts, and feed types. You can have a column devoted to...

    By: Jon Fingas | Tech News Editor

  • EA Teases Two Mystery Titles, Including Possible 'Dragon Age: Dreadwolf'

    EA Teases Two Mystery Titles, Including Possible ‘Dragon Age: Dreadwolf’

    Videogame publisher EA revealed on May 7 that it has two unannounced titles expected to launch within the current fiscal year.  While details remain scarce, speculation suggests that one of these projects could be "Dragon Age: Dreadwolf," a long-awaited addition to the acclaimed series. Despite previous hints and leaks from...

    By: Alessandro Mascellino | Technology Journalist

  • Apple Ordered to Pull WhatsApp, Threads from App Store in China

    Apple Ordered to Pull WhatsApp, Threads from App Store in China

    Apple said it pulled WhatsApp and Threads from its App Store in China after that country's government ordered their removal. The Cyberspace Administration of China demanded the withdrawals over "national security concerns," Apple said in a statement. The company added that it was "obligated to follow" these orders even when...

    By: Jon Fingas | Tech News Editor

  • Insta360's First 8K 360-degree Camera Is Ready for Extreme Sports

    Insta360’s First 8K 360-degree Camera Is Ready for Extreme Sports

    Insta360 has launched its first 8K 360-degree camera, the X4. The newly released action cam takes advantage of the 8K resolution to produce immersive third-person videos that stay sharp even when you pick one angle for a conventional video, Insta360 said. While you're limited to shooting at 30 frames per...

    By: Jon Fingas | Tech News Editor

  • Meta Brings Threads to a Temporarily Halt in Turkey

    Meta Brings Threads to a Temporarily Halt in Turkey

    Meta today announced a temporary shutdown of its Threads app in Turkey, effective April 29th. This decision comes in response to an interim order issued by the Turkish Competition Authority (TCA) concerning data-sharing practices. The shutdown is specifically targeted at Threads and will not affect other Meta services in Turkey,...

    By: Franklin Okeke | Technology Journalist

  • GitHub Under Attack: Malicious Repositories Spread Malware

    GitHub Under Attack: Malicious Repositories Spread Malware

    GitHub users have been targeted again in a mischievous covert clipper malware attempt.  The creative ploy disguised malicious code to trick users of GitHub’s popular search function when looking for popular terms. Dangerous repositories were created with an automated update mechanism to change unimportant information in the log file regularly....

    By: Yana Khlebnikova | Crypto and Tech Editor