Databases

Thousands Of Old Dos Games Added To Internet Archive Database

The Internet Archive has recently added around 2,500 more old playable PC games to its extensive database.You can play the new games straight from your browser. The games are all free to play and don’t require any downloads. The newly added titles...

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Daily Deal: The Ultimate Mysql Bootcamp

Whether you work in sales or marketing, you run your own company, or you want to build your own apps, mastering MySQL is crucial to solving complex business problems using insights from data. The Ultimate MySQL Bootcamp introduces you to a solid...
Related topics: Mysql, Marketing

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Microsoft Brings High Contrast Mode To Chromium-based Edge

Microsoft has been active when it comes to contributing to the Chromium database. After adding multiple new features to Chromium-based Edge and to other Chromium-based browsers, the company is now working on bringing accessibility features to the...
Related topics: Microsoft, Chromium

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We're Free In 3... 2... 1! Amazon Unhooks Its Last Oracle Database, Nothing Breaks And Life Goes On

No Big Red now in use other than by third-party apps, firm claims Amazon has turned off its final Oracle database, completing a migration effort that has involved "more than 100 teams" in the consumer biz.…
Related topics: Amazon, Oracle

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These Clothes Use Outlandish Designs To Trick Facial Recognition Software Into Thinking You're Not...

Facial recognition technology is everywhere: More than half of Americans' faces are now logged in police databases. To push back against surveillance, designers have invented clothes and accessories that make your face undetectable. The accessories...
Related topics: Police

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Sap's Ceo Bill Mcdermott Quits: Will Hand Over To Co-captains For Next Generation Reboot

Subspace communication over, enterprise commander out SAP's chief executive Bill McDermott will not renew his employment contract at the German database software maker.…

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Daily Deal: The A To Z Cyber Security & It Training Bundle

The A to Z Cyber Security and IT Training Bundle has 12 courses and over 114 hours in training to get you up to speed on the latest security techniques. The courses cover ethical hacking, the Art of Exploitation, SQL injection, penetration testing,...

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Forget Facial Recog: Dhs New Amazon-based Database Uses Scars, Tattoos, & Your Voice To Id You

Forget Facial Recog: DHS New Amazon-Based Database Uses Scars, Tattoos, & Your Voice To ID You Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, These days, you can’t really go anywhere without encountering cameras.  Going into...
Related topics: Amazon, Tattoos

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Licence To Grill: A Year On, Mongodb's Eliot Horowitz Talks To The Reg About Sspl

Learning from the competition, luring relational fans and, yes, that licence Interview  A year after its controversial switch to the Server Side Public License (SSPL), and with new products livening up the Summer, MongoDB remains unrepentant.…
Related topics: Servers

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Surprise! Buzzfeed Links Bogus Net Neutrality Comments Directly To Broadband Industry

We've long discussed how the Pai FCC's net neutrality repeal was plagued with millions of fraudulent comments, many of which were submitted by a bot pulling names from a hacked database of some kind. Millions of ordinary folks (like myself) had...
Related topics: Hackers

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Postgresql Puts The Pedal To The Metal With Some Smart Indexing Tweaks In Version 12

Open-source veteran not above the odd speed increase Open-source database darling PostgreSQL emitted a new version of its eponymous database last night with more nods to standard SQL and a performance boost.…
Related topics: Postgresql, Open Source Software

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23andme Review: It Lives Up To The Hype Of Dna Testing

23andMe is the second-most popular DNA testing service in the world. Its large database of users and comprehensive DNA test make it our favorite DNA test.
Related topics: DNA, Genetics, DNA Test

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T2d3 Software Update: Embracing The Founder To Ceo (f2c) Journey

Neeraj Agrawal Contributor Neeraj Agrawal is a general partner at Battery Ventures. More posts by this contributor Build bridges instead of walls The SaaS Success Database It’s been four years...

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Percona Packages Postgresql Alongside Existing Mysql And Mongodb Products

Free should mean free, says open-source DB biz Interview  PostgreSQL is among the most popular database management systems, but market share is a slippery thing to measure, depending on whether you mean revenue, developer activity, or actual...
Related topics: Postgresql, Mysql, Open Source Software

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4chan Trolling Turned The Ok Sign Into A Symbol Of Hate

This is why we can't have OK things.  The Anti-Defamation League has added the hand gesture for "OK" to its database of hate symbols, after sites like 4chan and 8chan began associating it with white supremacy.  It started out as a trolling...

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Vimeo's Clippy-for-video-bumpf App 'breaks Biometric Privacy Law By Slurping Thousands Of Faces...

AI marketing tool sparks lawsuit Vimeo's cloud-based video-editing app Magisto analyzes thousands of people's faces using AI and stores their biometric data in a database without their consent, it is claimed.…
Related topics: Tech Videos, Marketing, Lawsuits

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Oracle Exits Openworld 2019 With A Lot Riding On Autonomous Database, Oracle Cloud Conversions,...

Oracle is betting on growth in the year ahead on the belief that customers will convert to the Autonomous Database as well as its cloud platform with a smidge of rebranding and telling its story better.
Related topics: Oracle

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Scotiabank Slammed For 'muppet-grade Security' After Internal Source Code And Credentials Spill...

Blueprints for mobile apps, databases exposed in public GitHub repos Exclusive  Scotiabank leaked online a trove of its internal source code, as well as some of its private login keys to backend systems, The Register can reveal.…
Related topics: Open Source Software, Github

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Twitch Acquires Gaming Database Site Igdb To Improve Its Search And Discovery Features

Amazon-owned Twitch has made a small but strategic acquisition designed to improve its search capabilities and better direct viewers to exactly the right content. The company is acquiring IGDB, the Internet Games Database (no relation to...
Related topics: Amazon

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Billions Of License Plate Scans Are Part Of A Private Surveillance Database

The US government might have reconsidered its plans for license plate recognition, but companies haven't -- and they've raised serious privacy concerns in the process. Motherboard has posted an exposé detailing the Digital...

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