Daily Archives: July 9, 2019

HostGator is now offering free domains with its web hosting packages

In the ever-competitive world of web hosting services, companies are constantly introducing new features to get the upper-hand on the competition to help you build your website. The latest attempt to up its game comes from HostGator. The award-winning web hosting giant is now offering up the incentive of a …

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Giants vs startups: Who will win the AI race?

About the author Sergey Sviridov is the Head of R&D at ZYFRA. He is an expert in machine learning and artificial intelligence and a lecturer at the National Research University Higher School of Economics. He co-founded of the largest Russian-speaking data science community ODS.AI. Slides about the advantages of AI …

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Marriott owner facing huge GDPR breach fine

The owner of the Marriott hotel chain is set to face a £99m fine following a data breach that left thousand of customer details exposed. The fine from the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) comes after the personal data of approximately 339 million guest records globally were breachedd following a …

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Finally, the Sony FE 35mm F1.8 lens is official

There’s long been a 35mm f/1.8-shaped hole in Sony’s FE lens line up. But now finally, after plenty of speculation that it was about to do so, Sony has confirmed the optic’s existence.  The FE 35mm F/1.8 is designed for Sony’s full-frame Alpha models, which include the A7 III and …

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