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Young, distracted and styled just-so, Anissa Kheloufi is part of a growing genus of Instagram junkies. As the 21-year-old flits around the Paris suburb of Saint Ouen, she's incessantly snapping photos and videos. Usually they're of her friend Cynthia Karsenty, who preens for the camera in swanky clothes ranging from high-waisted shorts and pin-striped jumpers to big, fuzzy slippers.

Data-stealing router malware bypasses web encryption


The rogue software targets many more devices than first thought, too. While a late May report focused on a handful of routers and network storage devices from Linksys, MikroTik, Netgear, QNAP and TP-Link, the vulnerability is now known to affect both more models from those brands as well as ASUS, D-Link, Huawei, Ubiquiti, Upvel and ZTE.

Experimental drone uses AI to spot violence in crowds


As The Verge warned, the technology definitely isn't ready for real-world use. The researchers used volunteers in relatively ideal conditions (open ground, generous spacing and dramatic movements). The AI is 94 percent effective at its best, but that drops down to an unacceptable 79 percent when there are ten people in the scene.

Dell launches 'Ready to Game ME' -

Nossair says Dell aims to bridge the gap and raise the bar in eSports with Ready to Game ME. Technology major Dell, has unveiled a gaming online hub titled "Ready to Game ME", an initiative the company said continues its commitment to provide the ultimate gaming experience for everyone in the region.

5 Telltale Signs That Your Hotel Needs a PMS Revamp


Article - 5 Telltale Signs That Your Hotel Needs a PMS Revamp - Regardless of the era, hotels have always had a way to manage their operations- be it registers, excel sheets, legacy systems or the more modern cloud-based Property Management Systems. For each 'already existing' system to be replaced with a newer, more relevant upgrade, necessity has played a huge role.

Microsoft submerges a data center off the coast of Scotland


Project Natick began several years ago as a moonshot at Microsoft to build an underwater data center. After initial research and development phases, a three-month trial was conducted in the Pacific. Moving forward to present day, a submersible data center…

Symantec provides support for companies struggling with GDPR -

Clark says GDPR is the single largest compliance-driven transformation the industry has ever seen. Cyber security company Symantec Corp, has made available resources and expertise to companies still working towards complying with the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR), which went into effect on May 25th 2018.

Intel announces 28-Core CPU and 5GHz Core i7-8086K at Computex


Intel is only making 50,000 of the Core i7-8086K chips, which arrive 40 years after the release of its 8086 processor. The company says the six-core/12-thread CPU would be its first ever to reach a 5.0GHz turbo frequency without overclocking.

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