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Amazon Alexa Vulnerabilities Could Leak Users’ Sensitive Data To Hackers

Researchers have found numerous security vulnerabilities affecting the home assistant Amazon Alexa. Exploiting the vulnerabilities could leak sensitive details of the users to hackers. Amazon Alexa Vulnerabilities Check Point Research security team has shared details about their recent discovery of vulnerabilities in Amazon Alexa. Elaborating on the findings in a blog post, they revealed that …

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Apple expands its independent repair program to Mac, after US antitrust investigation examined company’s repair policies – TechCrunch

Apple expands its independent repair program to Mac, after US antitrust investigation examined company’s repair policies – News

Apple is expanding its program that provides parts, resources and training to independent repair shops to now include support for Mac computers. The repair program was first announced last fall, with the goal of making it easier for consumers to repair their out-of-warranty iPhones by allowing them to use third-party shops, including small businesses, that …

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How Wargaming enlisted 200 million World of Tanks players over a decade

How Wargaming enlisted 200 million World of Tanks players over a decade

If you’re like me, you’ve lost track of time during the lockdown. I’ve been playing games and detaching from reality when necessary. That’s why I was surprised to learn that Wargaming is celebrating the 10th anniversary of World of Tanks this year. How time flies! It feels like World of Tanks has been around for …

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Google researchers use quantum computing to help improve image classification

Google researchers use quantum computing to help improve image classification

In a new tutorial, Google researchers demonstrate how quantum computing techniques can be used to classify 28-pixel-by-28-pixel images illuminated by a single photon. By transforming the quantum state of that photon, they show they’re able to achieve “at least” 41.27% accuracy on the popular MNIST corpus of handwritten digits — a 21.27% improvement over classical …

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