Canva Review 2022: Details, Pricing & Features

Are you looking for a new graphic design tool? Would you like to read a detailed review of Canva? As it’s one of the tools I love using. I am also writing my first ebook using canva and publish it soon on my site you can download it is free.  Let’s start the review. Canva […]

Millions of WordPress sites get forced update to patch critical plugin flaw

Getty Images reader comments 11 with 11 posters participating Share this story Millions of WordPress sites have received a forced update over the past day to fix a critical vulnerability in a plugin called UpdraftPlus. The mandatory patch came at the request of UpdraftPlus developers because of the severity of the vulnerability, which allows untrusted […]

This super-realistic virtual world is a driving school for AI

The problem is that for an AI to learn to handle the chaos of real roads, it has to be exposed to the full range of events that it might encounter. That’s why driverless-car firms have spent the last decade driving millions of miles on streets around the world. A few, like Cruise and Waymo, […]

What the history of AI tells us about its future

But what computers were bad at, traditionally, was strategy—the ability to ponder the shape of a game many, many moves in the future. That’s where humans still had the edge.  Or so Kasparov thought, until Deep Blue’s move in game 2 rattled him. It seemed so sophisticated that Kasparov began worrying: maybe the machine was […]

Iranian state hackers are using Log4Shell to infect unpatched VMware servers

reader comments 5 with 5 posters participating Share this story Hackers aligned with the government of Iran are exploiting the critical Log4j vulnerability to infect unpatched VMware users with ransomware, researchers said on Thursday. Security firm SentinelOne has dubbed the group TunnelVision. The name is meant to emphasize TunnelVision’s heavy reliance on tunneling tools and […]

600 tech border exceptions now available

Paul Matthews. 18 February 2022, 12:00 pm . The process to apply for the 600 border exceptions for tech workers is now underway, and businesses can apply for an industry nomination now. These roles are critical to accelerate access to much needed skills by the fast growing tech sector and businesses across the economy. The […]

Griffin on Tech: China flexes its tech muscle at the Olympics

Peter Griffin, Editor. 18 February 2022, 11:00 am Our 15 young athletes who have been competing in the Winter Olympics, including gold and silver medal-winning superstar Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, are getting intimately acquainted with the best technology China has to offer. The apartments they stay in are equipped with smart beds that can monitor their breathing and […]

Innovation is slowing down—and Big Tech is to blame

And these investments have paid off. Since the 1980s, the top four firms in each industry have increased their market share by 4% to 5% in most sectors. My research shows that investments in proprietary software caused most of this increase.  This greater industry dominance by top firms is accompanied by a corresponding decline in […]

US says Russian state hackers lurked in defense contractor networks for months

Enlarge / What’s happened to Russia’s flag? reader comments 38 with 22 posters participating Share this story Hackers backed by the Russian government have breached the networks of multiple US defense contractors in a sustained campaign that has revealed sensitive information about US weapons-development communications infrastructure, the federal government said on Wednesday. The campaign began […]

2Degrees urges you to regulate your screen time

Peter Griffin, Editor. 17 February 2022, 9:26 am Nearly half of New Zealand adults have the desire to better balance their use of technology according to mobile network operator 2Degrees, which has released a new app to help people log off more often. Surveying by the mobile company found that 54% of us don’t have […]