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Samsung fined $14 million for misleading smartphone water resistance claims

The Register - Thu, 2022-06-23 05:58
Promoted phones as ready for a dunking – forgot to mention known problems with subsequent recharges

Australia’s Competition and Consumer Commission has fined Samsung Electronics AU$14 million ($9.6 million) for making for misleading water resistance claims about 3.1 million smartphones.…

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Brave Search leaves beta, offers Goggles for filtering, personalizing results

The Register - Thu, 2022-06-23 02:21
Freedom or echo chamber?

Brave Software, maker of a privacy-oriented browser, on Wednesday said its surging search service has exited beta testing while its Goggles search personalization system has entered beta testing.…

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Meta agrees to tweak ad system after US govt brands it discriminatory

The Register - Thu, 2022-06-23 01:27
And pay the tiniest of fines, too

Facebook parent Meta has settled a complaint brought by the US government, which alleged the internet giant's machine-learning algorithms broke the law by blocking certain users from seeing online real-estate adverts based on their nationality, race, religion, sex, and marital status.…

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Broadcom sketches out VMware ambitions that stretch from mainframe to cloud

The Register - Thu, 2022-06-23 00:32
Engineers, sales teams told to stick around, customers promised more 'choice' – to buy from Symantec or CA

Broadcom has made its first public comment in weeks about its plans for VMware, should the surprise $61 billion acquisition proceed as planned, and has prioritized retaining VMware's engineers to preserve the virtualization giant's innovation capabilities.…

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Zscaler bulks up AI, cloud, IoT in its zero-trust systems

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 23:40
Focus emerges on workload security during its Zenith 2022 shindig

Zscaler is growing the machine-learning capabilities of its zero-trust platform and expanding it into the public cloud and network edge, CEO Jay Chaudhry told devotees at a conference in Las Vegas today.…

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Amazon shows off robot warehouse workers that won't complain, quit, unionize...

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 21:51
Mega-corp insists it's all about 'people and technology working safely and harmoniously together'

Amazon unveiled its first "fully autonomous mobile robot" and other machines designed to operate alongside human workers at its warehouses.…

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Mega's unbreakable encryption proves to be anything but

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 20:58
Boffins devise five attacks to expose private files

Mega, the New Zealand-based file-sharing biz co-founded a decade ago by Kim Dotcom, promotes its "privacy by design" and user-controlled encryption keys to claim that data stored on Mega's servers can only be accessed by customers, even if its main system is taken over by law enforcement or others.…

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Cisco warns of security holes in its security appliances

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 20:16
Bugs potentially useful for rogue insiders, admin account hijackers

Cisco has alerted customers to four vulnerabilities in its products, including a high-severity flaw in its email and web security appliances. …

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RISC-V International emits more open CPU specs

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 19:00
First edicts of 2022 include firmware, hypervisor-level specifications

Embedded World RISC-V International has grown its pile of royalty-free, open specifications, with additional documents covering firmware, hypervisors, and more.…

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WSL2 on Windows Server 2022 hits Windows Update

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 18:30
Devs who like a Linux flavor to their server code get a gift from Redmond

Microsoft has made it official. Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 distributions are now supported on Windows Server 2022.…

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Israeli air raid sirens triggered in possible cyberattack

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 18:00
Source remains unclear, plenty suspect Iran

Air raid sirens sounded for over an hour in parts of Jerusalem and southern Israel on Sunday evening – but bombs never fell, leading some to blame Iran for compromising the alarms. …

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Castrol, Submer shift gears to datacenter immersion cooling

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 17:30
Just us who see 'liquid engineering' and think three pints at lunch on a Thursday? OK, got it, just us

Castrol, better known for its engine oil, has partnered with cooling specialist Submer to drive the adoption of immersion cooling for datacenter and edge applications.…

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Today at the 2022 WSOP: Fabian Brandes, David Perry Earn First Bracelets, Daniel Zack Becomes This Year’s First Double Bracelet Winner

Poker News Daily - Wed, 2022-06-22 17:04

I suppose this should be called “Yesterday at the 2022 WSOP,” but considering the extremely busy Tuesday at Paris and Bally’s Las Vegas concluded with three bracelets awarded in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, we can stick with what we’ve got. Let’s take a look at the tournaments that finished up overnight at the 2022 World Series of Poker.

Fabian Brandes wins $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Six-Handed

Fabian Brandes is an Omaha specialist and so far at the World Series of Poker, he has shown off his skills. Last night, he capped off a nine-hour final table, about four hours of which remained six-handed, to win his first WSOP gold bracelet and $371,358.

His victory comes only about a week and a half after he finished second in the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller event. Though that had to be heart breaking, the consolation there was that he bagged more than twice what he earned from his bracelet win: $907,132.

“It was a rollercoaster of a day! It is unreal to have the bracelet in my hand,” Brandes told WSOP.com afterward.

Brandes defeated Leonid Yanovski, who is in a band called Big Blind Special, heads-up to win the title.

Daniel Zack wins $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship

Daniel Zack became the first double bracelet winner of the 2022 World Series of Poker, taking the crown in the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship (say that five times fast). That’s not just two bracelets for Zack this WSOP, but two “championship” bracelets, as the other was in the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship. Guess he likes 8 or Better games.

Zack also finished third in the $10,000 Fixed-Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball Championship. Add three more cashes and he is now squarely atop the 2022 WSOP Player of the Year leaderboard with 2,981.36 points.

He had to defeat David Funkhouser in what was a marathon heads-up match. He said he learned from past lengthy one-on-one duels, which helped him come out on top last night: “You just learn through experience to take it one hand at a time and do your best.”

This was Daniel Zack’s third bracelet of his career.

David Perry wins $500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em

David Perry topped a huge field of 4,786 players without the benefit of a rebuy to win the $500 Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em event for his first-ever bracelet. The local Las Vegas defense attorney earned $241,729 for the win after defeating British poker pro Chris Moorman heads-up.

Perry said he was “blessed, grateful” for the moment, adding, “I’ve been in Vegas since 1985, came here with $612 and two suitcases; this is my community.”

He said he was planning on taking a shot at the $1,000 Seniors Event, but now that his wallet is significantly fatter, Perry indicated that he may just go for it and enter the $10,000 Main Event. But first, the champ told WSOP.com, he needs to fly to Ohio and “give a bracelet to my 94-year-old mother.”

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A miserable work week spent toiling inside 'the metaverse'

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 16:00
Nausea, eye strain, inability to take notes, migraines are just a few of Metaverse work 'perks'

Sometimes it takes research to prove what was already suspected, like how utterly uncomfortable it would be to work in the metaverse.…

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PCIe 7.0 pegged to arrive in 2025 with speeds of 512 GBps

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 15:30
Although PCIe 5.0 is just coming to market, here's what we can expect in the years ahead

Early details of the specifications for PCIe 7.0 are out, and it's expected to deliver data rates of up to 512 GBps bi-directionally for data-intensive applications such as 800G Ethernet.…

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TypeScript joins 5 most used languages in 2022 lineup

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 15:00
Stackoverlow survey: JavaScript still in lead. Plus, you may hate COBOL, but users saw a salary jump

The annual Stackoverflow survey is here and while JavaScript continues to rule the roost, TypeScript has edged past Java to make it into the top five most commonly used programming languages.…

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NASA ignores InSight's battery woes in pursuit of data

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 14:30
Space boffins: Nevermind ekeing out the battery, let it go out in a blaze of glory!

Pondering what services to switch off to keep your laptop going just that bit longer? NASA engineers can relate, having decided the Mars InSight lander will go out on a high: they plan to burn through the remaining power to keep the science flowing until the bitter end.…

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Amazon fears it could run out of US warehouse workers by 2024

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 14:00
Internal research says the hiring pool has already dried up in a number of locations stateside

Jeff Bezos once believed that Amazon's low-skill worker churn was a good thing as a long-term workforce would mean a "march to mediocrity." He may have to eat his words if an internal memo is accurate.…

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DARPA study challenges assumptions about distributed ledger (and Bitcoin) security

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 13:30
Blockchain not as decentralised as many assume, finds Pentagon sponsored research

US government sponsored research is casting new light on the security of blockchain technology, including the assertion that a subset of a distributed ledger's participants can gain control over the entire system.…

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UK govt considers invoking national security in Arm IPO saga

The Register - Wed, 2022-06-22 13:00
Reportedly dropping hints it may use legislation to push a London listing

The UK government is upping the ante in attempts to have Arm listed on the London stock exchange, with reports suggesting it is considering the threat of national security laws to force the issue with owner SoftBank.…

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