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Samsung will open stores in Los Angeles, Houston and Long Island on February 20, the first US retail stores to be operated by the company

Samsung comes to a mall near you, whether you live in California, New York, or Texas. The company announced Thursday that it was planning to open three Samsung Experience stores at these locations: The Americana at Brand in Los Angeles;… Continue Reading →

Chainalysis, a cryptocurrency transaction analysis start-up, raises $ 30 million in Series B under Accel's direction and will open an office in London

Chainalysis, the crypto-currency transaction analysis startup, raised $ 30 million in Series B funds. The company will use part of its funding to open a new office in London and a research and development lab to strengthen its presence in… Continue Reading →

Uber launches Ludwig, an open source IA toolbox built on TensorFlow that allows users to train and test artificial intelligence models without having to write code.

Do you want to seriously immerse yourself in the development of artificial intelligence (AI), but find the piece of programming daunting? Do not worry, Uber supports you. Ludwig, the driving giant, debuted today, an open source "toolbox" built on Google's… Continue Reading →

Overview of how Facebook open source projects, including Cassandra, GraphQL, the Open Compute initiative, PyTorch and React, have changed the computer

In the last 15 years, Facebook has changed the way we keep in touch with our friends, our quarrels with our family members, our way of thinking about privacy and our consumption of Russian propaganda – not always for the… Continue Reading →

Dell EMC targets the open network

Dell EMC officials envision the corporate campus and other peripheral environments as next steps in the company's five-year-old open networking efforts, which, up to the end this year focused mainly on central data centers. In a blog post this week,… Continue Reading →

The first online census of the United States in 2020 may be more inclusive and effective, but some experts are concerned that the Census Bureau may open new risks.

On a freezing morning in Washington, DC, last week, four US Census Bureau staff stood side by side on a stage, grinning broadly as they drenched in cries, whistles, and the enthusiastic applause of the crowd sitting in front of… Continue Reading →

Microsoft joins Google, Facebook and Arm as a member of the OpenChain project, which aims to standardize open source software licenses.

Microsoft wants to support greater standardization of open source software licenses. That's why today she is behind the OpenChain project as the last platinum member. Microsoft joins other Platinum members, including Google LLC, Arm Holdings Ltd. and Facebook Inc., as… Continue Reading →

Slack makes confidential deposit open to the public

Slack Technologies Inc. announced Monday it has asked the US Securities and Exchange Commission to publicly list its shares, bringing the professional email service to go public in a year supposed to be a prestigious year. for the first public… Continue Reading →

Waze is extending its open source Bluetooth beacons to NYC to mitigate poor GPS signals in tunnels and offers third-party service at $ 28.50 a unit.

New York motorists will soon be able to use Waze – and other navigation applications – in places such as tunnels or bridges where it is common to lose a GPS signal. This new feature is provided by small, open-source… Continue Reading →

Nhats Cardozo and Facebook hire Robyn Green, Advisor of the Open Technology Institute, both as Privacy Policy Managers

In order to strengthen its credibility with the public following a very difficult year, Facebook is recruiting a former fierce critic. Next month, Nate Cardozo, longtime advocate of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), will join WhatsApp, the Facebook encrypted chat… Continue Reading →

IDG contributor network: DevOps? I can not even open the package!

English is not my first language. One of the most beautiful gifts I received from me was a treasure of comic paperbacks that I received at Christmas in the 80s. These were paperbacks from American comics such as Beetle Bailey,… Continue Reading →

Microsoft acquires Citus Data, which is developing an open source extension for PostgreSQL that makes it a distributed database.

(L to R 🙂 Sudhakar Sannakkayala, General Manager, Open Source Relational Databases, Microsoft; Ozgun Erdogan, CTO and co-founder of Citus Data; Umur Cubukcu, CEO and co-founder of Citus Data; Sumedh Pathak, vice president of engineering and co-founder of Citus Data;… Continue Reading →

Google's partnership with Sony Pictures Imageworks, Sony's visual effects and animation studio, to launch an open source rendering manager called OpenCue

Google announced today a partnership with Sony Pictures Imageworks, Sony's visual effects and animation studio, to launch OpenCue, an open source rendering manager. OpenCue does not support any of the actual rendering processes, but it provides all the tools to… Continue Reading →

AWS launches Neo-AI, an open source project for ML training models to run in multiple operating environments under the Apache software license.

Andy Jassy, ​​CEO of Amazon Web Services, will speak at the 2018 Invent conference. (GeekWire Photo / Tom Krazit) Amazon Web Services has decided to publish the code of one of its main machine learning services as an open source… Continue Reading →

Confluent, the company behind the Apache Kafka open source streaming data project, raises Sequoia Capital's $ 125 million Series D, according to a $ 2.5 billion source

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " The founders of Confluent, Neha Narkhede, CEO Jay Kreps and Jun Rao have built a new unicorn in addition to open source code.Eric Millette Open source software has produced a multi-billion dollar new… Continue Reading →

Allbirds to open Seattle store and open $ 1 billion stores with increased brick and mortar footprint

Allbirds will open a new brick and mortar store at the University Village in Seattle. (GeekWire Photo / Taylor Soper) Allbirds is landing in Seattle. The multi-billion dollar sneaker start-up will open its fourth retail store at the Seattle University… Continue Reading →

Star Wars Open World Game Canceled: Report

EA has canceled an upcoming open-world game announced when it closes its Visceral Games studio in 2017. According to a report by Kotaku, it was under development at EA Vancouver. The Star Wars game called Orca and was in its… Continue Reading →

Trump signs the OPEN Government Data Act, urging federal agencies to make public data by default, where possible, and publish it in machine-readable format

The federal government produces a huge amount of data, but despite discouraging considerations of usability, it is unlikely that this data will be available in a way that is useful to anyone. That could change for the better with the… Continue Reading →

NBN Co joins the Open Networking Foundation

NBN Co has announced that it will join the Open Networking Foundation (ONF), a move that should be welcomed and feared by detractors of the organization – and worries the networking industry. The NFB is an operator-led effort to create… Continue Reading →

Amazon's Recently Announced Amazon DocumentDB AWS Announcement Highlights Economic Challenges Faced By Companies Like MongoDB Inc. That Focus On An Open Source Project

In 1999, revenues of the music industry in the United States peaked at $ 14.6 billion (all figures come from the RIAA). However, it is important to be specific about what was sold: $ 12.8 billion came from the sale… Continue Reading →

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