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China reportedly had ‘deep, persistent access’ to Japanese networks for months

Late last year, Nikkei Asia reported that Japan was planning to add thousands of personnel to its military cyber defense unit. Now, we might know why — according to a report from the Washington Post, hackers in China had “deep, persistent access” to Japanese defense networks. When the National Security Agency is said to have […]

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Striking actors say rejected ‘AI proposal’ would let studios use their likeness without fair pay

On Thursday, leaders at the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists announced that the group was going on strike after negotiations with Hollywood studios fell apart. According to the Alliance of Motion Picture of Television Producers, the rejected deal included a “groundbreaking AI proposal” that would “protect performers’ digital likenesses.” The AMPTP

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Twitter launches ‘new’ Tweetdeck as the old version breaks down

If you’ve been having trouble using Twitter recently, you aren’t alone — the service has been having issues ever since it started limiting the number of posts users could view each day. Although many of the platform’s issues stabilized over the weekend, Tweetdeck remains broken unless users switch to the beta version of the list

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E3 2024 and 2025 aren’t canceled (yet)

The Electronic Entertainment Expo hasn’t been held in person since 2019. Now, it may not be returning for 2024 or 2025 — at least not at the Los Angeles Convention Center. According to an LA City Tourism Commission planning document shared on ResetEra, the video game trade show has canceled its live event for the

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Steam overhauls notifications, UI elements and the in-game overlay

Feel like the Steam desktop client was long overdue for a major upgrade? So did Valve. Today the company released an update for the platform that includes many of the features it has been testing in the app’s beta channel. The latest client features updated fonts and menus, a revised notification system and a redesigned

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Capcom’s Pragmata has been delayed for a second time

There’s a good chance that you’ve forgotten all about Pragmata, Capcom’s eerie, dystopian sci-fi adventure game. Now, Capcom is giving you a chance to forget about it all over again: a new teaser for the game has revealed that the title will miss its 2023 release window. “It is with a heavy heart that we

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GM EV owners will gain access to Tesla Superchargers in 2024

Ford isn’t the only electric automaker switching to Tesla’s North American Charging Standard — General Motors says it’s making the change, too. CEO Mary Barra announced the move during a Twitter Spaces chat with Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Thursday, stating that its electric vehicles will make the NACS open-source connector standard in all GM

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Soundcloud will lay off eight percent of its staff in hopes of becoming profitable

Last August, SoundCloud cut its workforce by 20 percent, citing “the challenging economic climate” for the layoffs. That’s been a common refrain among companies reducing staff in recent years — with companies like Google, Meta, Amazon and more framing layoffs as restructuring or cost cutting measures. Now, SoundCloud says it will be cutting staff by

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