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For as little as $3, an attacker can silently tell any voice assistant to open up a malicious webpage.
Is the service used by a million journalists and lawyers doing enough for security?
Therersquo;s now a JavaScript library for executing neural networks inside a webpage, using the hardware-accelerated graphics API available in modern web browsers.Developed by a team of MIT graduate students, TensorFirenbsp;cannbsp;run TensorFlow-style machine learning models on any GPU, without requiring the GPU-specific middleware typically needed by machine learning libraries such asnbsp;Keras-js.[ Roundup: TensorFlow, Spark MLlib, Scikit-learn, MXNet, Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit, and Caffe machine learning and deep learning frameworks. | Cut to the key news and issues in cutting-edge enterprise technology with the InfoWorld Daily newsletter. ]TensorFire is another step towards making machine learning available to the broadest possible audience, using hardware and software people are already likely to possess, and via advances in how accurate model predictions can be served with a fraction of the resources previously needed.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Felmyst was a four-year labor of love, squashed in less than a day.
We probably won't see any more wearables coming from Intel.
Magala falls into the category of Trojan Clickers that imitate a user click on a particular webpage, thus boosting advertisement click counts.
Itrsquo;s worth pointing out that Magala doesnrsquo;t actually affect the user, other than consuming some of the infected computerrsquo;s resources.

The main victims are those paying for the advertising.
Upgrade will allow even more webpages to be protected by HTTPS.
But Sony exec says there's no "profound philosophical stance" against the feature.
Find someone who calls himself a “full-stack developerrdquo; and smack him right across the face for being a liar or terrible. (Umm, donrsquo;t really do this: Violence is wrong.)Irsquo;ve not run the numbers, but I estimate that less than 1 percent of the developer population can make an adequate-looking webpage and a fully optimized data storage layer, let alone business logic. Just because you made everything JavaScript doesnrsquo;t solve that fundamental problem. Most papers on quantum physics are in English; I speak English but Irsquo;m not automatically a quantum physicist.

As one developer I know put it, thatrsquo;s “boss-logic.”[ InfoWorldrsquo;s quick guide: Digital Transformation and the Agile Enterprise. | Download InfoWorldrsquo;s essential guide to microservices and learn how to create modern web and mobile applications that scale. ] The truth is that most of the applications we do in business are simple.

Theyrsquo;re basic CRUD applications: Take some form data, shove in a database, display it later or possibly do a basic kind of report thing. Maybe there is a little bit of workflow, but probably not much.

They donrsquo;t even have to look that great. Wersquo;re all “full-stack developersrdquo; for that stuff.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Sensors in phones running both iOS and Android reveal all kinds of sensitive info.
More than 130 Android apps on the Google Play store have been found to contain malicious coding, possibly because the developers were using infected computers, according to security researchers.The 132 apps were found generating hidden iframes, or a...