Dernière ligne droite pour défendre la neutralité du net en Europe – Politique

Les internautes ont jusqu’au 18 juillet pour participer à la consultation publique sur la neutralité du net et demander la correction de certaines

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Dropboxs Lepton lossless image compression really uses a middle-out algorithm

The middle-out algorithm that has its roots in the most infamous (and probably funniest) scene in HBOs Silicon Valley may have been fictional, but something like it can be found in Lepton, a cool new lossless

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Mall security bot knocks down toddler, breaks Asimov’s first law of robotics

Robots might be cheaper to employ than humans, but it seems they still need to work on their people skills. Last week, a robot security guard at the Stanford Shopping Center in Silicon Valley knocked down a toddler while on duty and then apparently just kept on driving. A report from local news

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Jeff Bezos appears in the new Star Trek movie, playing a Starfleet Official

Turns out the final frontier is nbd if youre the billionaire CEO of AmazonJeff Bezos is not in this clip from Star Trek Beyond, which opens next week:But the Amazon CEO does have a role in the new movie. He has a one-scene cameo, playing a Starfleet Official.IMDB, which Amazon owns,

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Intel’s CEO is trying to revamp his 48-year old company and its causing a lot of anger and…

Shortly after Intel’s April quarter earnings call with Wall Street

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Mr. Robot’s season two premiere included a working QR code

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The end of plastic cards nears: Over 70,000 ATMs will soon support Touch ID withdrawals

Following Bank of Americas announcement that customers could withdraw cash from ATMs using Apple Pay, FIS and Payment Alliance International have today announced a new partnership that will

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Twitter claims ‘intentional slowing’ of service during Turkey’s coup

New York (CNN) The revolution will not be tweeted — at least not in TurkeyFacebook, Twitter and YouTube all experienced interruptions or outages in Turkey on Friday night amid a military uprising in Istanbul. »We have no reason to think we’ve

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Microsoft admits goal of 1 billion devices running Windows 10 wont be achieved…

Back in April 2015, before Windows 10 was even available, Microsoft

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‘Pokémon Go’ comes to 26 new countries, but server issues keep many from playing

Niantic, Australia-based developer of the planetary hit Pokémon Go, has significantly ramped up the game’s global release, launching it in 26 new countries on Saturday.The augmented reality mobile game is now available in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia,

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Devialet’s Phantom Gold wireless speaker literally blew us away

I’ve heard incredible things about Devialet’s Phantom wireless speaker, but I was not prepared to experience the even more powerful Phantom Gold.The 25-pound speaker that’s made in France looks like an alien egg and the rose gold trims are real 22-carat plated rose gold, which means the finish

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Netflix launches ‘Flixtapes’ you can send to friends and lovers

Mixtapes are so 1980s. To help you catch up with the 21st century during your next Netflix and chill sesh, the company today introduced a feature called Flixtape, which is basically a mixtape for take a wild guess Netflix.The company says Flixtapes are

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