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Microsoft isn’t going to end developer mode on Xbox after all

Microsoft is not going to remove developer mode on Xbox. The company’s program manager confirmed this on Twitter. This week there were rumors that Microsoft might be discontinuing the mode and its program after some accounts were deleted. Notably, on the Xbox Series S and X, gamers could use that mode to use the console …

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AWS Introduces IPv6-Only for Virtual Private Cloud Environments

AWS has introduced a new service that allows customers to create virtual private cloud (VPC) environments using only IPv6 addresses. This would be especially useful for workloads and applications that use a lot of IP addresses. VPC environments are almost always available in a dual-stack mode in public cloud environments. It means that the environments …

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Spotify shows clickable advertising banners in the US during podcast ads

Spotify will display clickable ad banners in its app in the US while playing an audio ad in a podcast. The so-called call-to-action cards are intended to generate more visitors to advertisers’ websites. The clickable banners only appear in the US for now. As soon as a new ad for a product or service starts …

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Qualcomm and Google Integrate Snapdragon with Vertex AI NAS

Qualcomm and Google Cloud to Collaborate on Neural Architecture Search (NAS). With this, the companies want to make the development of AI models more automated instead of manual. The partnership powers Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets with Google Cloud Vertex AI NAS technology. This creates the first SoCs that deliver NAS for developers who want to develop …

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Microsoft releases out-of-band update for Windows Server bug

Microsoft has released an emergency update to fix a Windows Server bug that caused a black screen or general speed issues for some users. It could also lead to Remote Desktop connectivity and performance issues. The out-of-band patch was released on Tuesday for Windows Server 2019 and 2012 R2, Microsoft reports. The remaining platforms affected …

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Hackers gain access to Panasonic server for a long time

Hackers have long had undiscovered access to a server of the Japanese tech group Panasonic. This was discovered by the Japanese public broadcaster NHK. In concrete terms, this involved an attack by hackers on a server in which a lot of confidential information was stolen. According to the Japanese public broadcaster, hackers gained unauthorized access …

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Kyndryl and Google Cloud to Collaborate Closely for Cloud Services

Kyndryl announces an intensive partnership with Google Cloud. This is to better support the modernization projects of companies. Since Kyndryl officially launched in November as a managed infrastructure services provider, the company has been expanding its portfolio. Cloud services and data management are the focus of particular attention. The collaboration with Google Cloud is in …

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Red Hat Ansible joins the Azure Marketplace

Red Hat Ansible joins the Azure Marketplace. The automation platform is now available via an Azure license. In addition, the deployment and configuration of Ansible in Azure promises to be faster and easier than was possible with previous integrations. Red Hat Ansible includes an automation platform. With this you can, for example, automatically set up …

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Lenovo launches ThinkEdge SE450 for AI workloads at the edge

Lenovo launches the ThinkEdge SE450. An emphasis on CPU power, compact design, and cloud connectivity make the server suitable for running AI workloads at the edge. The model succeeds the Lenovo ThinkSystem SE350, an edge server that was introduced in May this year. Both servers have a small size, relatively low power consumption and a …

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