Musk looks set to take on the CEO role
Spotify finished Q3 with 456 million monthly active users
A hot potato: Shutterstock is bringing machine learning algorithms and AI-based "artworks" to its stock photo platform, making customers' creativity go wild and promising compensation for original artists. The debate about AI graphics is heating at an alarming rate.
Almost five times costlier than the standard version
What are pixels? The display on your screen is made of them, but are they real estate? In 2005, Alex Tew thought they were, and became a millionaire.
Do not try this at home
Around 10% of Windows systems still use Win 7
In addition to being the oldest domain name, it's also the longest running and you can still visit it today.
RNC argues bias in actions and algorithms
Silicon Photonics: 1.84 petabits per second sent through a single photonic chip/fiber optic cable combo
A new transfer record has been achieved using a single fiber optic cable
Forward-looking: Scientists from Copenhagen were able to transfer twice the size of everyday's Internet traffic through a single fiber optic cable, an unprecedented feat that could bring silicon photonics one step closer to reality with massive improvements for everyone.
Making sense of multi-cloud and hybrid data capability offerings
YouTube invites customers to share feedback on price hike
Why it matters: Multiple undersea cables in the south of France were cut overnight, making Internet access unreliable globally. Engineers fixed one broken link, and investigations are still ongoing. Fingers have been pointed at Russian submarines because of the Ukraine conflict, but investigators have not yet found any evidence supporting this assumption.
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Mirror's Edge, NBA Jam and Command & Conquer are all on the chopping block
Starlink just needs trains to complete the planes, trains and automobiles trifecta
The company looks set to spend more on new shows
What just happened? Netflix has reversed two consecutive quarters of declining subscriber numbers, adding more than double the number of predicted new subs between July and September. A lot of the credit is being given to a group of 80's kids, a notorious serial killer, and the king of dreams.
Up to 200 Mbps faster for some
The tool arrives just weeks before Netflix launches its ad-supported tier
One fire stopped important services for 90 percent of South Koreans
What has Google decided?
In context: YouTube's controversial experiment in which it restricted 4K content to its $12-per-month Premium service has come to an end. What conclusion Google drew from the test is unknown—it appears to be still gathering feedback–so there's no guarantee the resolution will remain accessible on the platform indefinitely.
*Plays world's smallest violin*
Almost $30,000 in bids were received in the final hours of the sale
American Airlines deployed bot detectors to cripple an app its flight attendants find vital for their work
The data the app uses is available on public-facing websites
Some insight on Google's Aquila, built for ultra-low latency networking