Daily Archives: January 20, 2020

Avatar 2: release date, first images and what we know

The original Avatar was a bona fide phenomenon. With performance capture, luscious CG backgrounds and 3D photography far beyond anything we’d ever experienced before, James Cameron’s epic became the highest grossing film of all time when it hit cinemas in 2009. Success like that tends to breed sequels – but …

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Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai calls for AI regulation

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai has called for AI regulation to help govern how the emerging technology is used in his first big public move since being appointed as the head of Google’s parent company last month. Pichai shared his concerns regarding how and why AI should be regulated in a …

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What is AWS Outposts? | TechRadar

AWS Outposts runs the AWS infrastructure today and debuted in 2019. In 2020, Amazon will also offer a VMware infrastructure that also runs in the same hybrid model. For those who demand low-latency performance for massive data projects, there is nothing quite like a hybrid cloud computing environment. This “best …

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Redefining retail: will 5G change the way we pay?

5G is poised to power the next generation of internet connectivity and eCommerce. Faster and more reliable than anything that’s come before, 5G networks will enable people to communicate, consume entertainment and shop at unprecedented speeds. The UK is one of the world’s leaders in the race to deploy 5G. …

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The case for a privacy nutrition label

In today’s digital age, protecting your privacy online has never been more difficult. As our lives have become increasingly connected, it’s hard for consumers to know how businesses collect and use their data. Some users have turned to ad and tracker blockers to protect their privacy while others are now …

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What happens when we unmask the hackers?

Cyber-threat activity has become an increasingly common topic of discussion in the media, and society in general. Why is this? Because of public disclosures, which have helped to shine a light on a hitherto murky part underworld of malware and hacking across the internet. But until now, little has been …

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