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Spotify won’t open-source Car Thing, but starts refund process

Enlarge / Spotify’s Car Thing thing in a car. Spotify will refund owners of Car Thing, its Spotify-playing device that mounts to car dashboards, Ars Technica confirmed today. On May 23, Spotify announced that it would brick all Car Things on December 9. Spotify started notifying customers via email on May 24 that they could […]

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Williamson relishing fight for England places in France double-header

Leah Williamson says she is ready to fight for a place in England’s backline for the double-header with France, beginning with Friday night’s clash at St James’ Park. England boss Sarina Wiegman could pair Euro 2022-winning centre-backs Williamson and Millie Bright together for the first time since February last year, with both having recovered from

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Tech giants form AI group to counter Nvidia with new interconnect standard

On Thursday, several major tech companies, including Google, Intel, Microsoft, Meta, AMD, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Cisco, and Broadcom, announced the formation of the Ultra Accelerator Link (UALink) Promoter Group to develop a new interconnect standard for AI accelerator chips in data centers. The group aims to create an alternative to Nvidia’s proprietary NVLink interconnect technology,

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Law enforcement operation takes aim at an often-overlooked cybercrime lynchpin

Getty Images An international cast of law enforcement agencies has struck a blow at a cybercrime linchpin that’s as obscure as it is instrumental in the mass-infection of devices: so-called droppers, the sneaky software that’s used to install ransomware, spyware, and all manner of other malware. Europol said Wednesday it made four arrests, took down

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Martinez Losa explains Scotland prep for behind-closed-doors Israel game

Scotland head coach Pedro Martinez Losa says his side are trying to focus on football amid the difficult circumstances surrounding their double-header against Israel. Protesters are set to gather outside Hampden on Friday to call for Israel to be expelled from international football amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas war, and the Women’s Euro 2025 qualifier will

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Washing machine chime scandal shows how absurd YouTube copyright abuse can get

YouTube’s Content ID system—which automatically detects content registered by rightsholders—is “completely fucking broken,” a YouTuber called “Albino” declared in a rant on X (formerly Twitter) viewed more than 950,000 times. Albino, who is also a popular Twitch streamer, complained that his YouTube video playing through Fallout was demonetized because a Samsung washing machine randomly chimed to

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Framework Laptop 13 gets Core Ultra CPUs, cheaper Ryzens, and higher-res screens

Enlarge / The Framework Laptop 13. Framework Framework will release a fourth round of iterative updates and upgrade options for its Framework Laptop 13, the company announced via a blog post yesterday. The upgrades include both motherboards and pre-built laptops that feature new Intel Meteor Lake Core Ultra processors with Intel Arc dedicated GPUs; lower

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Google Cloud explains how it accidentally deleted a customer account

Earlier this month, Google Cloud experienced one of its biggest blunders ever when UniSuper, a $135 billion Australian pension fund, had its Google Cloud account wiped out due to some kind of mistake on Google’s end. At the time, UniSuper indicated it had lost everything it had stored with Google, even its backups, and that

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