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More than 160 Snowflake customers hit in targeted data theft spree

Mandiant has warned Snowflake customers to step up their game when it comes to basic credential hygiene, after revealing evidence that more than 160 customers – including Santander and Ticketmaster – have been compromised in a targeted campaign by a financially motivated threat actor it tracks as UNC5537. Mandiant said UNC5537 was systematically compromising Snowflake…

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The AMD Computex 2024 Keynote Live Blog (6:30pm PT/01:30 UTC)

Computex keynote season is kicking into high gear this morning with the show’s leading keynote, which is being delivered by AMD. Company CEO Dr. Lisa Su will be presenting a keynote entitled “The future of high-performance computing in the AI era,” and with a run time of 90 minutes, we’re expecting AMD to have a…

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Executive Interview: Why Dell wants to be your one-stop AI shop

When Michael Dell stepped onto the keynote stage at Dell Technologies World 2024 and said that the past 40 years of the organisation’s history were essentially the “pregame” for the world of artificial intelligence (AI), the people who helped him build the company from its humble beginnings into a global technology powerhouse could perhaps be…

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6 spectacular AI fumbles that may help make Apple’s iPhone AI a market leader

Apple is playing catch-up when it comes to AI. ChatGPT arrived in late 2022 and became an overnight sensation. Since then, every major tech company has shifted attention to AI, Apple included. But unlike Microsoft, Google, Meta, Samsung, and others, Apple hasn’t hurried to add AI features to its products.That’s par for the course for…

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I’m ready to pay for premium AI features, but iPhone AI should always be free

I’m a longtime iPhone user who is dying to test all the artificial intelligence features Apple has built into iOS 18. I’m also excited about having ChatGPT integrated into iOS 18 and getting a smarter Siri assistant next year that will let me control iPhone apps.I’ll also add that I’m paying for ChatGPT Plus, a…

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Unskippable ads may soon make Instagram a nightmare just like YouTube

Instagram has been testing one of its most controversial features yet: unskippable ads. The new feature, called Ad Breaks, will interrupt the user’s browsing experience for 3-5 seconds before they can continue scrolling the feed.This function was spotted by Android Authority after several users started complaining about it on social media. Meta’s new take on…

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Storebrand divests from IBM over supply of biometrics to Israel

One of Norway’s largest financial services companies has divested from IBM over the role its biometric database technologies play in maintaining illegal Israeli settlements, in a move that could set a precedent for other European investors. Storebrand said the global tech giant was providing biometric databases to the Israeli government that were being “used to…

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Parliamentarians warn of UK election threat from Russia, China and North Korea

MPs and peers have warned the government that Russia, China, North Korea and other hostile states could attempt interfere in the 4 July general election. A joint parliamentary committee of MPs and peers has warned the prime minister Rishi Sunak that the general election is an “attractive target” for malicious actors trying to destabilise the…

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GPT-4o and Gemini are already killing gadgets like the Humane Ai Pin and Rabbit r1

When Humane announced the Ai Pin last year, it seemed like the company was “fixing” a problem we didn’t have. The wearable device is essentially a phone without a screen, focusing entirely on AI with voice input at the center. A few months later came the Rabbit r1, which brought a new type of AI…

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Executive interview: AWS’s GenAI innovation opportunity

Amazon has been building artificial intelligence (AI) systems and using machine learning for well over 20 years. Personalisation and recommendations were among the early innovations introduced on the ecommerce site, and these and other technology concepts, such as the Alexa voice assistant, help to drive forward AI innovation in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public…

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