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Google is terrified of a lawsuit that may stop all AI development in its tracks
Google has filed to dismiss a lawsuit that claims the company has wrongfully used data scraped from millions of users to train its AI.
Star Trek: Nemesis 4K Blu-ray Review
Ben spends some time with Star Trek: Nemesis on 4K Blu-ray and gives us his thoughts on the movie which saw solid HDR effects and a great audio mix.
Google says it will use all your public posts and data to train its AI models
Google quietly updates its privacy policies to note that it's going to use everything that's public and, on the internet, to train its AI models.
Star Trek: Insurrection 4K Blu-ray Review
Star Trek: Insurrection on 4K Blu-ray offers a immersive audio mix, greatly improved 4K remaster from the original camera negative and impressive HDR.
Star Trek: First Contact 4K Blu-ray Review
Star Trek: First Contact on 4K Blu-ray gets checked over by Ben. The best Star Trek: Next Generation feature makes a stunning debut on the 4K format.
Star Trek VII: Generations 4K Blu-ray Review
The original crew's swansong impresses in a substantial 4K upgrade for Star Trek VII: Generations along with 7.1 audio and more. Here's our full review.
Nintendo Switch platform made $62.3 billion in lifetime revenues
Nintendo has generated over $62 billion from the Nintendo Switch platform since March 2017 to present, including software, hardware, and subscriptions.
Nintendo delivers $2.41 billion net sales and $771 million net profit in Q2'23
Nintendo delivered a strong quarter with its Q2'23 results achieving $2.41 billion in net sales, driven primarily by software across the digital space.
PlayStation software unit sales hit 5.82 billion across all generations
PlayStation lifetime video game software unit sales have broken 5.8 billion across all generations, PS4 and PS5 software to break 2 billion sales soon.
PlayStation monthly active users (MAUs) fall to lowest point in 3 years
PlayStation's monthly active users (MAUs) drop to the lowest point in 3 years as game sales drop and consumers adapt to a post-COVID inflation market.
PlayStation Q2 earnings: Operating income down 59%, revenue drops $647 million
Sony's games division delivers weaker Q2 earnings as metrics fall across the board due to tough year-ago earnings comparisons and a diminishing yen.
PlayStation 5 sales hit 25 million, still selling slower than PS4
Sony's PlayStation 5 console has sold-in (or shipped) 25 million units worldwide since launch in 2020, but it's still shipping slower than the PS4.
PlayStation operating income down nearly 50% on Q1 earnings crash
Sony's PlayStation division operating income has been nearly halved in USD conversion values due to unfavorable market conditions.
PlayStation 4 lifecycle ends as Sony stops reporting sales figures
Sony has officially stopped reporting PlayStation 4 sales figures, signalling an end to the console's production lifecycle.
Facebook is being sent patient information from hospital websites
A data-tracking tool has been found on dozens of hospitals' websites that sends sensitive medical information to Facebook.
World-record data transfer speed of over a petabit per second achieved
The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology has managed to transfer data faster than a petabit per second.
Earth's most important data needs to be 'off our planet' to be safe
A startup company has proposed that to protect Earth's most important data it needs to be 'off our planet' and somewhere safe.
IT worker nukes employers financial database to teach them a lesson
An IT admin that warned the company he worked for about holes in its online security has hacked his employer severs as a lesson.
Facebook admits even it doesn't know what happens to your private data
Leaked internal documents from Facebook reveal that the company has almost no idea where user data goes after entering the system.
Documents from 'The Facebook Papers' are now online for you to read
A sample from The Facebook Papers, first leaked last year, is now viewable on the Gizmodo site, where weekly additions will go up.
NASA upgraded its data transfer speeds, 'more data than ever before'
NASA has gone and upgraded its data transfer speeds while simultaneously demonstrated the power of laser communication technology.
Avast Antivirus accused of selling 100 million users' data to Google
An investigation is being conducted into Avast for reportedly selling user data to Google, Microsoft and Home Depot.
Law enforcement now has to pay Google for data scrapes on people
Google will charge law enforcement anywhere between $45 to $245 for data.
20GB of sensitive Porn network data (pictures/videos) exposed online
Researchers have found that a porn cam affiliate network has left 20GB of extremely sensitive data of models exposed online.
Facebook user data exposed online again, 267 million accounts now wild
A security researcher has reported that Facebook had more than 267 million users.
Musculoskeletal robot spotted mimicking human interactions
Japenese engineers have created two humanoid robots to study how muscles work in the human body.
Biggest data breach in India affects 120 million users
It is unclear who is behind the breach or why this data has been leaked.
Data says that Aussie homes have a collective $4.8bn of unused phones
eBay data states that Australians have a collective $4.8bn of unused phones laying around.
New storage technique can house 360 TB data for 13.8 billion years
Researchers develop 5D data storage technique with 'Superman memory crystal' that can preserve data for billions of years.
Telstra apologises for service outage, offers free data for one day
Outage has now been rectified, and customers will receive a small bonus.
Australia's biggest mobile telco Telstra hit by nation-wide outages
So call me... maybe.
Microsoft might be launching their own data service for Windows Phones
It looks as if Microsoft is going to be releasing their own data service, hot on the heels of Google, for the added convenience it brings.
Ashley Madison growing, including almost 90K women last week
More people joining Ashley Madison!
Report: Prior to breach, no one wanted to purchase Ashley Madison
Ashley Madison couldn't find a suitor.
Ashley Madison CEO stepping down after devastating data breach
It looks like the CEO of Ashley Madison has given up.
Report: 40% of Americans impacted by healthcare data breaches
40% of Americans compromised in healthcare data breach.
Lawsuits over Ashley Madison data dump will be a challenge to win
Anyone trying to sue following Ashley Madison data dump will likely have tough legal battle.
Avid Life Media offers more than $375,000 bounty to identify hackers
Ashley Madison parent company offering $500,000 reward to track down hackers.
Ashley Madison breach could lead to people being injured or killed?
Could Ashley Madison data breach lead to killings?
AccelStor to Set New Standard of All-Flash Array Performance at Flash Memory Summit 2015
FBI director warns of cyberattacks from terrorist groups
FBI concerned terrorists want to launch more sophisticated cyberattacks.
FBI again speaks out against end-to-end encryption
The FBI isn't a fan of encryption.
Security experts say US government must make cybersecurity changes
Cybersecurity experts share their opinion of the recent OPM data breach disclosure.
TomTom hits the Cloud
Kingston Releases USB Type-C Flash Drive
Nokia Networks enters cloud infrastructure market with disruptive launch of AirFrame Data Center Solution