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Deno Company forms to back Node.js rival

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The creators of Deno have formed the Deno Company, a business venture around the JavaScript/TypeScript runtime and rival to Node.js. In a bulletin on March 29, Deno creator Ryan Dahl and Bert Belder, both of whom also led

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Acast expands its support for paid podcasts with Acast+

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After partnering with Patreon last year to support patron-only podcasts, Acast has developed a full suite of subscription tools called Acast+. The company has experimented with paywalled podcasts beyond Patreon in the

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Ransomware group targets Universities of Maryland, California in new data leaks

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The Clop ransomware group has posted financial documents and passport information allegedly belonging to the University of Maryland and the University of California online.  On March 29, the threat actors began publishing

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Artillery: Finding open source success between dev and ops

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Given enough cash and luck, you can manufacture a pop phenomenon like One Direction. But if you want to foster a popular open source project, no amount of cash is going to buy success. Instead, as Artillery.io founder Hassy

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Microsoft elevates Teams’ importance by offering top-dollar bug bounties

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There’s nothing like $30,000 to show that an app has made it to the big time. Microsoft last week underscored the importance of Teams to its current and future strategic planning by inaugurating a new bug bounty program

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Singular is a new Paris-based VC firm with $265 million

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Meet Singular, a new VC firm based in Paris that just finished raising its initial fund. The firm was founded by two former Alven partners — Raffi Kamber and Jérémy Uzan. They have some ambitious goals and an interesting

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Facebook to lay subsea cables boosting connectivity between Asia, America

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Facebook has unveiled plans for two subsea cables that it says will boost connectivity and capacity between Asia and North America. Dubbed Echo and Bifrost, the new cables are touted to push up transpacific capacity by 70%

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Ensuring that citizen developers build AI responsibly

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The AI industry is playing a dangerous game right now in its embrace of a new generation of citizen developers. On the one hand, AI solution providers, consultants, and others are talking a good talk around “responsible

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Blind Blog survey finds companies, employees disagree on WFH future

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In the analyst community, we’ve been red-flagging a clear (and expensive) trend: companies that are building huddle and conference rooms in office buildings under the assumption people will want to come into the office

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Apple releases iPhone, iPad, and Watch security patches for zero-day bug under active attack

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Apple has released an update for iPhones, iPads and Watches to patch a security vulnerability under active attack by hackers. The security update lands as iOS 14.4.2 and iPadOS 14.4.2, which also covers a patch to older devices

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AI created some amazing new pickup lines (oh, these will work)

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Wait, did she just compare him to Rasputin? Screenshot by ZDNet You were never very good at this. more Technically Incorrect Lockdown hasn’t exactly helped. How do you sidle up to a member of your target sex —

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3 surefire ways to kill your multicloud deployment

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Flexera’s report confirms that multicloud deployments are increasingly a two-cloud race between public cloud providers. Among all respondents, 50% of enterprises have significant workloads on AWS, and 41% run those significant

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How to replace Edge as the default browser in Windows 10 — and why you shouldn’t

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Microsoft has been struggling to get people to use its Edge browser for years. Even though the company made Edge the default browser in Windows 10, users left in droves, most of them flocking to Google Chrome — and with

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One of Canada’s top investors, John Ruffolo, is back from the brink with a new $500 million fund

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John Ruffolo isn’t as famous as some investors, but he’s very well-known in Canadian business circles. The longtime head of Arthur Andersen’s tech, media, and telecommunications practice, he joined OMERS roughly a decade

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Apple releases emergency update for iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watch

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Apple has released an emergency update to patch a serious vulnerability (https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT212258) found in iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS. The patches are iOS 14.4.2, iPadOS 14.4.2, and watchOS 7.3.3, respectively.  The