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UCLA just open-sourced a powerful new image-detection algorithm
Image recognition has become increasingly critical in applications ranging from smartphones to driverless cars, and on Wednesday UCLA opened up to the public a new algorithm that promises big gains.
Microsoft adds conservative release 'ring' to Windows 10 beta program
Microsoft is adding another update track -- or in its vocabulary, a new "ring" -- to its Windows 10 preview program.
6 things you should know about Twitter's timeline change
Twitter this week will start using an algorithm that reorders how users see the tweets in their timeline. Here are six things to know about Twitter's new feature.
Microsoft lets cautious users try more of Windows 10’s leading edge
Microsoft is adding a Release Preview ring to its beta program, letting users get an early glimpse of what's coming to their PC while retaining stability.
Networking company name change madness is upon us
Tech companies LightSquared, Crittercism and ThinkingPhones are still around but no longer answer to those names.
Google Play Store can now use your Gmail itineraries for app recommendations
If this creeps you out it can be turned off, but it may be a nice way to discover some new apps to ease your travel woes.
Browser maker Opera's board urges sale to Chinese collective for $1.2B
Opera Software's board today recommended that shareholders approve the $1.2 million offer by a group of Chinese companies for the company.
A new IoT gateway design could be Bluetooth's ticket to the cloud
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group wants to raise Bluetooth's profile in the Internet of Things with a toolkit for building gateways between the short-range wireless network and the Internet.
Google Maps improves navigation signage, links photos to reviews, and adds other new tricks
The version 9.20 update also lets you add a place to your timeline and toggle turn-by-turn directions during phone calls.
Healthcare CIO: Legal issues are most difficult cloud migration challenge
Boston healthcare organization BIDMC is readying its move of business critical systems into the public cloud, and legal concerns are top of mind for the outfit's CIO
Data science achieves the ultimate ROI: a craft beer
Digital marketing agency Havas Helia has created 0101, a beer that was crafted based on data.
Node.js Foundation to shepherd Express Web framework
The minimalist Web framework has had more than 53 million downloads, and now the foundation wants to ensure its continued viability through open governance
SAP slaps patch on leaky factory software
SAP's February round of critical software updates includes one for SAP Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence (xMII) that may be of interest to hackers and spies.
Paul McCartney gives Skype some silly love songs
Skype announced a new set of animated "Mojis" Wednesday aimed at letting users express their love, with some help from Paul McCartney.
CSO Online's 2016 data breach blotter
2016 has only just started, and already there are a number of incidents being reported in the public, proving that data protection is still one of the hardest tasks to master in the information security sector.
Microsoft fixes 36 flaws in IE, Edge, Office, Windows, .NET Framework
Microsoft released its second batch of security updates for this year, addressing a total of 36 flaws in Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, Windows and .NET Framework.
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Coming to HP's consumer laptops: Smoother video with AMD's FreeSync
Video on HP's laptops will be smoother with the PC maker putting AMD's FreeSync technology in more consumer laptops this year.
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