Latest IT events today

Jun 23
Risk of getting malicious extension from Chrome store way worse than Google's letting on, study suggests

All depends on how you count it - Chocolate Factory claims 1% fail rate

Jun 22
Bake an LLM with custom prompts into your app? Sure! Here's how to get started

Hands on In Rust, we trust. But in gen-AI to not hallucinate? Eh, that's another story

Jun 22
From network security to nyet work in perpetuity: What's up with the Kaspersky US ban?

Kettle It's been a long time coming. Now our journos speak their brains

Jun 22
Apple Intelligence won't be available in Europe because Tim's terrified of watchdogs

These privacy rules might harm privacy! No, really, that's totally why we're doing this

Jun 22
Change Healthcare finally spills the tea on what medical data was stolen by cyber-crew

'Substantial proportion' of America to get a note from next month

Jun 21
Privacy features lose their way in latest Firefox update

Mozilla backtracking on private window changes after uproar

Jun 21
How to escape VMware's pricey clutches with Virt-v2v

Devconf.cz Or any other hypervisors that might hypothetically be acquired or suddenly get more costly

Jun 21
The X Window System is still hanging on at 40

Never underestimate the stickiness of legacy technology

Jun 21
You're wrong, I'm right, and you're hiding the data that proves it

On Call There should be honor among techies, but it can be hard to admit error

Jun 21
How Europe can force Apple to support competition

Exclusive Open Web Advocacy report calls for these extensive changes to iGiant's rules

Jun 21
Meta warns that bit flips and other hardware faults cause AI errors

It's no hallucination: perhaps four in a thousand inferences are inaccurate

Jun 21
Anthropic delivers Claude 3.5 model - and a new way to work with chatbots

Video Fast, funny, visionary, perhaps, but hey at least there's real-time output tweaking

Jun 21
Google's attempt to kill off child privacy app advertising lawsuit defeated

Won't somebody pleeease think of the ... oh, right, they are

Jun 21
Biden puts a bullet in Kaspersky: Sales, updates to be banned in America

Breaking news Blockade begins July 20 over national security fears

Jun 20
Musk ropes Dell, Supermicro into xAI supercomputer project

Oh, Mike, what have you got yourself into now

Jun 20
systemd 256.1: Now slightly less likely to delete /home

Fixes catastrophic data loss, er, bug, er poorly documented feature... user error

Jun 20
Oracle Java license teams set to begin targeting Oracle users who don't think they use Oracle

IP address of downloads offers crumb trail to orgs who should be ready for Big Red, says licensing expert

Jun 20
Using AI to guide tomorrow's England stars to greater glory

Sponsored Post The English FA is using Google Cloud AI to gain insights from scouting reports to nurture star footballers of the future

Jun 20
AI-assisted automation for clouds and networks climbs Gartner's hype cycles

Yes, AI will volunteer to run your IT estate. You might be a fool to trust it

Jun 20
OpenAI co-founder Ilya Sutskever's new startup aims to create 'safe superintelligence'

He's in competition with - and critical of - his former workplace

Jun 19
Valkey gains momentum with broadening band of backers

AlmaLinux and Broadcom added to list of partners for open source Redis fork

Jun 19
Jun 19
GPU-accelerated VMs on Proxmox, XCP-ng? Here's what you need to know

Hands on Go ahead, toss that old gaming card in your server - you know you want to

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Jun 23
Risk of getting malicious extension from Chrome store way worse than Google's letting on, study suggests

All depends on how you count it - Chocolate Factory claims 1% fail rate

Jun 22
Bake an LLM with custom prompts into your app? Sure! Here's how to get started

Hands on In Rust, we trust. But in gen-AI to not hallucinate? Eh, that's another story

Jun 22
From network security to nyet work in perpetuity: What's up with the Kaspersky US ban?

Kettle It's been a long time coming. Now our journos speak their brains

Jun 22
Apple Intelligence won't be available in Europe because Tim's terrified of watchdogs

These privacy rules might harm privacy! No, really, that's totally why we're doing this

Jun 22
Change Healthcare finally spills the tea on what medical data was stolen by cyber-crew

'Substantial proportion' of America to get a note from next month

Jun 21
Privacy features lose their way in latest Firefox update

Mozilla backtracking on private window changes after uproar

Jun 21
How to escape VMware's pricey clutches with Virt-v2v

Devconf.cz Or any other hypervisors that might hypothetically be acquired or suddenly get more costly