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Facebookrsquo;s Hip Hop Virtual Machine (HHVM), a speedy engine for PHP, will not target PHP 7, the most-recent major PHP release, but instead will focus on Hack, a PHP spinoff.The next long-term support release of HHVM, version 3.24, is due in early 2018 and will be the last to commit to PHP 5 support. [ The art of programming moves rapidly.
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“Trying to support both PHP 7 and Hack would lead to undesirable compromises on both fronts. We plan to decouple ourselves even more from PHP so that we can make Hack great without having to account for all of the oldest, darkest corners of PHPrsquo;s design,” the team HHVM team said.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
And, Levandowski canrsquo;t stop Waymo lawyers from reading a report on his startup.
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Also, Uber's attempt to get documents from competitor Lyft gets squashed.
Judge: “Irsquo;m not taking back a single wordrdquo; of order that led to Levandowskirsquo;s ouster.
The most anticipated Apple Music original show is finally coming out.
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Pilot program will help research what people want from a self-driving taxi service.
We’ve been told that in the not-too-distant future, IoT devices will quantify our entire world.
Sensors will deliver data on every machine, so it can receive maintenance before it fails. Our vital signs will be monitored constantly for anomalies that suggest looming health problems.

Already, insurance companies track customer driving habits through telematics to reduce (or increase) rates.But in an increasing number of cases, dedicated IoT devices aren’t necessary to gather this data when the good old smartphone will suffice. Recently I interviewed Gary Hallgren, president of the Allstate spinoff Arity, who explained why dedicated telematics devices that plug into your vehicle’s onboard diagnostics port may no longer be necessary to collect the data he needs:To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
The Lazarus Group has splintered off a group whose mission is to attack banks and steal money in order to fund its operations.
Chris Miller and Phil Lord are directing, so we think it's in good hands.