Your Web News in One Place

21 Articles Found
Today

Help Webnuz

Referal links:

Sign up for GreenGeeks web hosting
11:20 pm
Slashdot JD Sports Admits Intruder Accessed 10 Million Customers' Data
Sports fashion retailer JD Sports has confirmed miscreants broke into a system that contained data on a whopping 10 million customers, but no payment information was among the mix. The Register report...
10:40 pm
Slashdot Impossible Foods Plans To Lay Off About 20% of Workers
Impossible Foods, which makes plant-based nuggets, burgers and patties, is reportedly laying off 20% of its staff, Bloomberg reported first. TechCrunch reports: According to the story, the 12-year-old...
10:02 pm
Slashdot PikaOS Is a Next-Gen Linux Distribution Aimed Specifically Towards Gamers
An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet, written by Jack Wallen: PikaOS is very similar to that of Nobara Linux, which opts for a Fedora base. But what are these two Linux distributions? Simply...
09:21 pm
Slashdot Philips To Cut 13% of Jobs in Safety and Profitability Drive
Dutch health technology company Philips will scrap another 6,000 jobs worldwide as it tries to restore its profitability and improve the safety of its products following a recall of respiratory device...
08:40 pm
Slashdot US Renewable Energy Farms Outstrip 99% of Coal Plants Economically
Coal in the US is now being economically outmatched by renewables to such an extent that it's more expensive for 99% of the country's coal-fired power plants to keep running than it is to build an ent...
08:01 pm
Slashdot Taxes Slow India's Solar Power Rollout But Boost Manufacture
An anonymous reader shares a report: In May last year Fortum India, a subsidiary of a Finnish solar developer, won the bid for a solar power project in the state of Gujarat. The project was due to be ...
07:21 pm
Slashdot Japan Plans New Government Unit To Deal With Disinformation Campaigns
Japan's government is making arrangements to launch a new unit next year that deals with the spread of disinformation. From a report: Experts say disinformation spread through social media networks co...
06:41 pm
Slashdot China Smartphone Market Slumps To 10-Year Low
After a decade of frantic growth, China's smartphone market is hitting a speed bump as COVID-19 roils the world's second-largest economy. From a report: The country's smartphone shipments dropped 14% ...
06:00 pm
Slashdot EU Weighs Proposal To Charge Data-Heavy Streamers for Telecom Upgrades
The European Union is weighing a proposal to make technology companies that use the most bandwidth, like Netflix and Alphabet, to help pay for the next generation of internet infrastructure, according...
05:20 pm
Slashdot What Time Is It On the Moon?
Satellite navigation systems for lunar settlements will require local atomic clocks. Scientists are working out what time they will keep. From a report: It's not obvious what form a universal lunar ti...
04:40 pm
Slashdot Cash-strapped EV Startup Arrival is Laying Off Half Its Workforce
Arrival, an electric vehicle startup based in the UK, said it was laying off 50 percent of its employees in a bid to reduce costs. The company also named a new CEO, Igor Torgov, who previously served ...
04:04 pm
Slashdot DOJ Suit To Break Up Google Was Years in the Making for Antitrust Chief
An anonymous reader shares a report: Jonathan Kanter has been one of Google's main legal foes for nearly 15 years. Last week, as the nation's top antitrust cop, he delivered a threat to break up the i...
03:36 pm
Slashdot US FAA Adopts New Safeguards After Computer Outage Halted Flights
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) told lawmakers Monday it had made a series of changes to prevent a repeat of a key computer system outage that forced a nationwide Jan. 11 ground stop disrupt...
02:45 pm
Slashdot Chinese Search Giant Baidu To Launch ChatGPT-Style Bot
Baidu is planning to roll out an artificial intelligence chatbot service similar to OpenAI's ChatGPT potentially China's most prominent entry in a race touched off by the tech phenomenon. From a repor...
02:00 pm
Slashdot Foldable iPad Could Arrive as Early as Next Year
Apple could be on track to release a foldable iPad as early as next year, according to supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. From a report: "I'm positive about the foldable iPad in 2024 and expect this n...
12:34 pm
Slashdot A Drug Company Made $114 Billion Gaming America's Patent System
The New York Times looks at the AbbVie's anti-inflammatory drug Humira and their "savvy but legal exploitation of the U.S. patent system." Though AbbVie's patent was supposed to expire in 2016, since ...
08:34 am
Slashdot Can Stack Overflow's Survey Predict Next Year's Most Loved Programming Language?
What happens when Stack Overflow's senior research analyst delves more deeply into results from their annual Developer Survey?Rust, Elixir, Clojure, Typescript, and Julia are at the top of the list of...
05:34 am
Slashdot Amazon is Selling Its 29-Acre Bay Area Property as Return to Office Stalls
Amazon is "selling a vacant Bay Area office complex purchased about 16 months ago," reports Bloomberg, "the company's latest effort to unwind a pandemic-era expansion that left it with a surfeit of wa...
02:34 am
Slashdot Do 'Layoffs By Email' Show What Employers Really Think of Their Workers?
When Google laid off 6% of its workforce — some of whom had worked for the company for decades — employees "got the news in their inbox," writes Gawker's founding editor in a scathing opin...
12:57 am
Slashdot Anti-Microbial Proteins Are Being Developed With AI By... Saleforce?
segaboy81 shares a report from Neowin:What do you get when the world's largest CRM breaks into the research industry and leverages AI to build their products? You get ProGen, a new AI system that can ...
12:57 am
Slashdot Anti-Microbial Proteins Are Being Developed With AI By... Salesforce?
segaboy81 shares a report from Neowin:What do you get when the world's largest CRM breaks into the research industry and leverages AI to build their products? You get ProGen, a new AI system that can ...