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Mozilla plans to add breach warnings to Firefox

6 hours agoTechnology :

Mozilla plans to add warning notifications to the Firefox browser when users visit websites that were hacked in the past. Hacked web services and sites are a common occurrence on the Internet, and while hackers may have different goals when it comes to hacks, one lucrative target is a site's user database. Show More Summary

Big-data company Qubole brings Apache Spark to AWS Lambda

Big-data company Qubole Inc. is beefing up Apache Spark, making it more flexible and easier to use by giving its customers the ability to run Spark applications on Amazon Web Services Inc.’s AWS Lambda service. Apache Spark is one of...Show More Summary

Amazon advances machine learning with new AI lab, image recognition services

Machine learning is the name of the game for Amazon Web Services Inc. this week, as it spills out a couple of major announcements ahead of its big re:invent conference. The public cloud computing giant said Wednesday it’s planning to...Show More Summary

Amazon unveils AI consulting program for cloud customers

21 hours agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Amazon Web Services wants to make it easier for people to get the most out of machine learning in the cloud, and it just unveiled a new consulting program that’s aimed at helping folks get off the ground. Called the Amazon ML Solutions Lab, the program will provide customers with access to machine learning experts […]

Qubole claims $140M in savings for AWS customers this year

Big-data-as-a-service company Qubole Inc. is making some big claims ahead of Amazon Web Services Inc.’s AWS re:Invent conference next week, saying its data service platform has helped AWS users to save a serious $140 million in information technology costs. Show More Summary

Marketers Fear the FCC’s Plan to Kill Net Neutrality Could Increase Advertising Prices

Yesterday, the FCC unveiled its plan to totally dismantle Obama-era rules that require internet service providers to treat web traffic equally. The proposal--which the agency will vote on next month--would allow companies like Verizon, Comcast and AT&T to block or at least slow web traffic. While many platforms and internet rights advocates agree that ending...

Amazon Launches 'Secret' Cloud Service For Intelligence Agencies

Amazon Web Services Secret Region expands after some troubling cloud security screwups.

FCC Plans to End Net Neutrality

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday unveiled plans to repeal a landmark 2015 order that barred internet service providers from blocking or slowing down consumer access to web content, and said the regulator will prevent states and cities from adopting similar protections. Show More Summary

Amazon Web Services’ computer vision gets real-time face recognition

Amazon Web Services announced a series of updates to its Recognition service, which provides machine learning-based computer vision capabilities to cloud customers. The system will now be able to detect and recognize text in images, so customers can feed in signs and documents and get the contents of those images back for processing further. That […]

Eager To Host More Classified Data, Amazon Launches New 'Secret' Cloud Region For US Intelligence

Amid the unparalleled classified leaks, global acts of cyberwarfare, and colossal data breaches dominating the daily news cycle, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has debuted an entirely new cloud region designed specifically to host classified US government secrets. More »      

Red Hat integrates its OpenShift container platform with AWS services

Red Hat Inc. is adding native integration with many of Amazon Web Services Inc.’s cloud services to its OpenShift Container Platform. The OpenShift Container Platform is Red Hat’s on-premises private platform-as-a-service product, built...Show More Summary

10 things in tech you need to know today (AMZN, T, TWX, GOOG)

Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this morning. 1. Amazon launched a cloud computing service for the CIA and other intelligence agencies. Secret Region is an Amazon Web Services product that's allowed to handle material that is classified at the "secret" level. 2. Show More Summary

Amazon announces new ‘Secret’ cloud region for US intelligence agencies

Amazon Web Services Inc. today debuted a new cloud service for U.S. intelligence agencies that allows them to run computing jobs requiring the “secret” classification many of them require. The launch of AWS Secret Region by More Summary

Injecting an interface into unrelated types via partial classes

This how-to article explores an approach using partial classes to inject a common interface into unrelated types that are auto-generated from web services or other external sources

Amazon is launching a 'Secret' cloud service for the CIA (AMZN, MSFT, GOOG, GOOGL)

Amazon Web Services introduced Secret Region, a new service specifically for the CIA and the rest of the intelligence community. It's not really a secret service: It's name just indicates it can handle data that's been classified atShow More Summary

French hosting giant OVH revs its US play with new private cloud services

Much as it might seem as if the cloud computing market is all wrapped up by the likes of Amazon Web Services Inc. and Microsoft Corp.’s Azure, OVH Group is betting there’s still plenty of room for new rivals. Today the French hosting and cloud services provider expanded its entry into the U.S. Show More Summary

FCC to Outline Plan to Roll Back Net-Neutrality Rules

Regulators are expected to unveil plans for reversing Obama-era rules that require internet service providers to treat all web traffic equally, a move that could reshape the internet economy and consumers’ online experience.

Defense Department contractor leaves spying program data exposed on AWS cloud

The details of a global spying operation headed by the Department of Defense have been exposed after security researchers discovered data pertaining to the program on three publicly available Amazon Web Services Inc. servers. The data,...Show More Summary

DevOps and cloud computing are two skills in huge demand

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The Ultimate DevOps and Cloud Computing Bundle will familiarize you with Amazon Web Services infrastructure management, as well as continuous integration and delivery practices. It’s being offered in the Boing Boing Store now for $49. Even with Amazon’s developer-friendly tools, rolling out changes to thousands (or millions) of users is no easy task. Show More Summary

Download Twitter images and videos automatically

Twitter Media Downloader is an  extension for the Firefox and Google Chrome web browser to download images and videos published on Twitter automatically. Twitter is a popular social messaging service; it supports text but also media....Show More Summary

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