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MLPerf benchmark results showcase Nvidia’s top AI training times

The first MLPerf benchmark results are in, offering a new, objective measurement of the tools used to run AI workloads. The results show that Nvidia, up against solutions from Google and Intel, achieved the best performance in the six categories for which it submitted. MLPerf is a broad benchmark suite for measuring performance of machine learning (ML) software frameworks (such… Read more →

Many of 2018’s most dangerous Android and iOS security flaws still threaten your mobile security

How to secure your iPhone from hackers, snoopers, and thieves (iOS 12.1) Your iPhone and iPad is likely packed with important, valuable, and even sensitive information that you might not want others to be able to access. Here are the steps you should take … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/the-most-dangerous-vulnerabilities-security-flaws-found-in-google-android-apple-ios-over-2018/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Many of 2018’s most dangerous Android and iOS security flaws still threaten… Read more →

This 45% off Kindle Paperwhite bundle includes wireless headphones and Audible

If you need to read books and manuals for work or for training, or if you just like to read during your downtime, you’ll want to check out this discounted Kindle bundle on Amazon. It’s reduced by 45 percent and includes the latest Kindle Paperwhite, a pair POP Design on-ear wireless headphones, and three months of Audible. See it now:… Read more →

Ships infected with ransomware, USB malware, worms

Ships suffer from the same types of cyber-security issues as other IT systems, a recent document released by the international shipping industry reveals. The document is the third edition of the “Guidelines on Cyber Security onboard Ships,” an industry-approved guide put together by a conglomerate of 21 international shipping associations and industry groups. While the document contains what you’d expect… Read more →

The rise of Kubernetes epitomizes the transition from big data to flexible data

Kubernetes is not exactly under the radar technology. Kubecon, the main event for Kubernetes in the US, has been sold out for a while. People such as Sarah Wells, technical director for Operations and Reliability at The Financial Times, comment on its phenomenal growth as a sign the technology is “crossing the chasm” to reach the early adopters. The key… Read more →

Can Firefox survive in a Google world?

Getty Images/iStockphoto Last week, Microsoft announced it was throwing in the towel on its EdgeHTML development effort and switching to the open-source Chromium engine. That’s a big win for Google, which maintains that codebase and uses it as the core of Google Chrome. It’s arguably a big win for Microsoft’s enterprise customers, too, who can now count on having a… Read more →

​What’s really the fastest Windows 10 web browser today?

Video: Browser makers to block intrusive ad formats Windows 10: Chrome vs Firefox vs Edge. Guess which wins Microsoft’s battery-life test? Microsoft says dialing back Adobe Flash in Edge in the Windows 10 Creators Update has made it the most energy-efficient browser of all. Read More Opera claims its eponymous web browser is “far faster than Firefox Quantum 58.” Mozilla… Read more →

​Bitnami Kubernetes Production Runtime released

techrepublic Kubernetes: The smart person’s guide Kubernetes is a series of open source projects for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Find out why the ecosystem matters, how to use it, and more. Read More If you want to use a safe third-party container, smart people know they should turn to Bitnami. This company packages, deploys, and… Read more →

Former Mt. Gox CEO could face 10 years behind bars in embezzlement case

Prosecutors are pursuing a sentence of ten years in prison for the former chief executive of Mt. Gox, Mark Karpeles, over alleged embezzlement. Karpeles, who is facing charges of embezzlement and the alleged theft of cryptocurrency belonging to investors worth millions of dollars, has always denied any wrongdoing. The Mt. Gox cryptocurrency exchange closed its doors abruptly and without warning… Read more →

How to add two or more SIM cards into your existing iPhone

Most people manage perfectly well with a single SIM card, but some people like to have separation between their work and home life (or maybe they run several different businesses), or they travel a lot and end up having to switch between multiple SIM cards to get the best deals. On TechRepublic The 10 coding languages top developers plan to… Read more →

The finger has been pointed at China for Marriott data breach

A Chinese cyberespionage campaign was behind a devastating data breach affecting millions of Marriott guests, reports suggest. The data breach, revealed last month, involved the personal information of 500 million customers. Data including guest names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, passport numbers, dates of birth, and Starwood Preferred Guest (“SPG”) account information, as well as payment card data — in some… Read more →