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  • Kevin Durant explains his Twitter meltdown Golden State Warriors small forward Kevin Durant had a bit of a scuffle on Twitter yesterday, calling out his former organization, the Oklahoma City Thunder. Given his status as one of the most prominent figures in basketball, it got quite a bit of attention. Durant is a pretty prolific Twitter user and was onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2017 to give a short explanation of what happened. Read More
  • UK education system exacerbates cyber skills gapSecurity industry needs to get involved to raise awareness of cyber security career opportunities, say commentators
  • Twitter claims tech wins in quashing terror tweets In its latest Transparency report, which covers requests it’s received from governments pertaining to content on its platform, Twitter has reported a big decline in the proportion of pro-terrorism accounts being reported over the past six months, as well a drop in the number of accounts it removed for terrorism-related content during this period. Read More
  • Fox will premiere its new show ‘Ghosted’ on Twitter before it airs on TV Fox is partnering with Twitter to promote its fall TV shows by airing select episodes and other related content on Twitter’s social network. This includes the new comedy series “Ghosted,” which will air nightly on Twitter for several days in September, before its television debut on October 1st. While TV networks have traditionally turned to social media to promote their… Read More
  • IBM Open Sources WebSphere LibertyOpen Liberty supports microservices development.
  • Amazon’s new tablet doubles as a cheap Echo Show with hands-free Alexa Amazon doesn’t really care how Alexa gets out into world, so long as it gets out there. The smart assistant has been available on the company’s Fire tablets for some time now, but this latest implementation on the new Fire HD 10 presents an interesting new use for Alexa. Hands-free Alexa is admittedly a bit counterintuitive for a device designed to be used with your hands. But the… Read More
  • Tesla said to be working on its own self-driving AI chip with AMD Tesla is reportedly developing its own processor for artificial intelligence, intended for use with its self-driving systems, in partnership with AMD. Tesla has an existing relationship with Nvidia, whose GPUs power its Autopilot system, but this new in-house chip reported by CNBC could potentially reduce its reliance on third-party AI processing hardware. AMD would help provide Tesla with… Read More
  • John Chambers to step down as Cisco executive chairmanFormer CEO John Chambers will leave the networking sector kingpin after 27 years, supplier reveals
  • Realese PoWA v3.1.1PoWA is a PostgreSQL extension that analyses charges (similar to AWR on Oracle). PoWA collects and stocks your bases’ data usage and enables to compare requests with used ressources. Bugfix Fix unsafe coding with sighup handler (Andreas Seltenreich, Julien Rouhaud) Make sure we wait at least powa.frequency between two snapshot (Marc Cousin and Julien Rouhaud) Fix win32 portability of compute_powa_frequeny() (Julien Rouhaud) Don't try to read dbentry->tables if it's NULL (Julien Rouhaud) Fix compilation for platform with HAVE_CLOCK_GETTIME (Julien Rouhaud, reported by Maxence Ahlouche) Miscellaneous Add pg10 Compatibility (Julien Rouhaud) Only execute once the powa_stat functions (Julien Rouhaud) To report an issue, please use the bug tracking system in the github project page: https://github.com/dalibo/powa
  • Apple bumps up the the over-the-air download limit for apps to 150 MB With the release of iOS 11, Apple is making it slightly easier for iOS device owners to download larger apps over a cellular connection by increasing the download limit. Before, Apple would require users to switch to Wi-Fi to download an app over 100 MB in size, which includes many games as well as Apple’s own suite of iWork applications. Now, that limit has increased to 150 MB. The… Read More

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  Breathing Easy with the Earth and Space Air Prize Competition

Breathing Easy with the Earth and Space Air Prize Competition

Breathing Easy with the Earth and Space Air Prize Competition

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  Using Transparent Fish to Study Denser Bones

Using Transparent Fish to Study Denser Bones

Recent research aboard the International Space Station looked at how osteoclasts, cells that normally break down bone tissue for normal replacement, influence this loss.

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  Array of Research Will Return to Earth Aboard Cargo Spacecraft Sunday

Array of Research Will Return to Earth Aboard Cargo Spacecraft Sunday

SpaceX's Dragon cargo spacecraft is scheduled to splash down in the Pacific Ocean on Sunday, Sept. 17, west of Baja California, with more than 3,800 pounds of NASA cargo, research experiments and technology demonstration samples from the International Space Station.

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  Minnesota Students to Speak with NASA Astronaut on International Space Station

Minnesota Students to Speak with NASA Astronaut on International Space Station

Less than a week after arriving on the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Flight Engineer Mark Vande Hei will speak with students from the Pine River-Backus Schools in Pine River, Minnesota.

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  NASA Awards Contract for Ground Processing of Spaceflight Cargo

NASA Awards Contract for Ground Processing of Spaceflight Cargo

NASA has awarded a contract to Leidos Innovations Corporation in Houston to provide pressurized cargo packing and unpacking for the International Space Station Program.

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  NASA Awards Contract for Architectural, Engineering Support Services

NASA Awards Contract for Architectural, Engineering Support Services

NASA selected AECOM Technical Services, Inc. of San Francisco to provide architectural and engineering services to the Facilities Engineering branch at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California.

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  Cassini’s Closing Act

Cassini’s Closing Act

One of NASA’s most iconic missions comes to an end.

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  NASA’s Robotic ‘Sniffer’ Confirms Space Station Leak, Repair

NASA’s Robotic ‘Sniffer’ Confirms Space Station Leak, Repair

In recent operations on the International Space Station, robotic operators were twice able to test and confirm the ability of the Robotic External Leak Locator (RELL) to "smell" in space.

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  Cassini Spacecraft Makes Its Final Approach to Saturn

Cassini Spacecraft Makes Its Final Approach to Saturn

NASA's Cassini spacecraft is on final approach to Saturn, following confirmation by mission navigators that it is on course to dive into the planet’s atmosphere on Friday, Sept. 15.

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  20 Things You Didn't Know About ... Animal Domestication

20 Things You Didn't Know About ... Animal Domestication

Dogs and cats are popular companions. But they’re not the only critters we’ve converted from wild to mild.

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IT News

SpaceX might name its satellite broadband internet service ‘Starlink’

  SpaceX might name its satellite broadband internet service ‘Starlink’

 SpaceX has previously discussed its plans to put a satellite-based broadband Internet network into operation, as a way of supplementing…

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Digital Ocean launches Spaces, its object storage service

  Digital Ocean launches Spaces, its object storage service

 Digital Ocean today announced Spaces, its object storage service. This complements the company’s block storage service.…

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Delphi partners with BlackBerry QNX on its autonomous driving platform

  Delphi partners with BlackBerry QNX on its autonomous driving platform

 Delphi is planning to launch its own autonomous driving solution for car manufacturers and mobility service fleet operators in…

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Tesla said to be working on its own self-driving AI chip with AMD

  Tesla said to be working on its own self-driving AI chip with AMD

 Tesla is reportedly developing its own processor for artificial intelligence, intended for use with its self-driving systems,…

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Albertsons snaps up meal kit startup Plated for $200 million

  Albertsons snaps up meal kit startup Plated for $200 million

 In a first for national grocery chains, Albertsons is buying the healthy meal kit delivery startup Plated for an undisclosed…

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Bozoma Saint John says Uber didn’t really ‘poach’ her from Apple

  Bozoma Saint John says Uber didn’t really ‘poach’ her from Apple

 Uber’s first-ever chief brand officer, Bozoma Saint John, spoke today at TechCrunch Disrupt about the challenges ahead…

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Rights management and content monetization company HAAWK raises $2.5 million

  Rights management and content monetization company HAAWK raises $2.5 million

 There are tons of companies trying to solve the problem of managing, monitoring and paying musicians for the songs they make.…

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Peter Thiel is being considered to chair Trump’s intelligence advisory board

  Peter Thiel is being considered to chair Trump’s intelligence advisory board

 In a fairly epic new Vanity Fair profile, the magazine reports that Peter Thiel is the frontrunner to become the chair of the President’s…

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Development, programming news

Department of Labor sues Google over wage data

  Department of Labor sues Google over wage data

The U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit against Google, with the company's ability to win government contracts at risk. The…

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RASP rings in a new Java application security paradigm

  RASP rings in a new Java application security paradigm

Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) is a next-generation cyber security technology designed to redress some of the weak points…

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Java 101: Learn Java from the ground up

  Java 101: Learn Java from the ground up

So, you want to program in Java? That's great, and you've come to the right place. The Java 101 series provides a self-guided introduction…

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Java 101: Elementary Java language features

  Java 101: Elementary Java language features

Java is an object-oriented programming language, but there's more to Java than programming with objects. This first article in the…

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Java 101: Evaluate Java expressions with operators

  Java 101: Evaluate Java expressions with operators

Java applications process data by evaluating expressions , which are combinations of literals, method calls, variable names, and operators.…

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Java 101: Deciding and iterating with Java statements

  Java 101: Deciding and iterating with Java statements

Java applications evaluate expressions in the context of statements , which are standalone islands of code that accomplish various…

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Java 101: Classes and objects in Java

  Java 101: Classes and objects in Java

Classes, fields, methods, constructors, and objects are the building blocks of object-based Java applications. This article will teach…

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Java 101: Inheritance in Java, Part 1

  Java 101: Inheritance in Java, Part 1

Java supports class reuse through inheritance and composition. In this two-part article we'll focus on inheritance, one of the fundamental…

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Science

Breathing Easy with the Earth and Space Air Prize Competition

  Breathing Easy with the Earth and Space Air Prize Competition

Breathing Easy with the Earth and Space Air Prize Competition

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Health benefit offers from small businesses keep vanishing

  Health benefit offers from small businesses keep vanishing

Only half of America's smallest businesses now offer health coverage to their workers as slow, steady cost hikes have made it too expensive…

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WATCH: What to know about the new affordable BRCA gene test

  WATCH: What to know about the new affordable BRCA gene test

Here is what women should know about the newly-launched, user-friendly, at-home, BRCA genetic mutation test.

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WATCH: 'Motivated' podcast: How to give your gut a makeover

  WATCH: 'Motivated' podcast: How to give your gut a makeover

Author Jeannette Hyde provides tips that can help you improve your gut health and control your weight.

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WATCH: Mother of 5 donates kidney to single mom

  WATCH: Mother of 5 donates kidney to single mom

Jenny Williams of Memphis, Tennessee, donated one of her kidneys to Erica Walker, a single mom who was facing dialysis.

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