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Most pressing infrastructure needs do not require federal money or approval (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
President-elect Trump has called for a trillion dollars in infrastructure investment, but he wants the private sector to play a critical role. Fortunately, one of our nation's immediate infrastructure needs will not have to rely on the federal government at all. Read More
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Julian Assange va-t-il se rendre aux Américains ? (Presse-citron) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Un tweet de Wikileaks indique qu’Assange est prêt à se livrer. Son avocat affirme le contraire. Cet article Julian Assange va-t-il se rendre aux Américains ? est apparu en premier sur Presse-Citron.
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Tech employees protest in front of Palantir HQ over fears it will build Trump’s Muslim registry (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Silicon Valley is no stranger to protests against tech companies. But it's unusual when the tech workers themselves protest tech. Such was the case this morning in front of Palantir headquarters in Palo Alto where 50 people in the tech community came out in the pouring rain to demand the data mining startup take a firm stand against the makings of a Muslim registry. The organizers... Read More
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Logic Pro X’s latest update turns the Touch Bar into a piano and drum set (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
The new Touch Bar MacBooks were pretty well stocked with first-party software support when they launched last year. One proprietary program that was notably absent from the shiny new input device, however, was Logic Pro X, Apple's pro-level audio editor, with the company promising delivery in early 2017. On cue, Cupertino has dropped an update that brings the functionality to the... Read More
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Antec Cube : mini-ITX avec watercooling (Hardware) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)

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Selfies : attention de ne pas vous faire voler vos empreintes digitales (Presse-citron) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Qui n’a jamais fait un selfie en faisant le signe de la victoire avec ses doigts ? Le problème est qu’un groupe de chercheurs a réussi à démontrer qu’il est techniquement possible de récupérer une empreinte digitale sur une photo. Pas très pratique, quand son système d’authentification pour accéder à un appareil ou à un service est basé sur la reconnaissance d’empreinte ! Cet article Selfies : attention de ne pas vous faire voler vos empreintes digitales est apparu en premier sur Presse-Citron.
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Facebook agreed to pay a lot more for Oculus than we realized; here’s why (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified in a Dallas court yesterday as part of a lawsuit claiming that Oculus VR, the startup Facebook acquired for roughly $2 billion, was based on stolen technology. Unsurprisingly, Zuckerberg defended Oculus and in the process revealed a number of new details about the negotiations involved in purchasing the company. Among them: that Facebook agreed to... Read More
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Facebook replaces its old inbox with the web version of Messenger (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Just under two years ago, Facebook introduced a web interface for its private chat application, Messenger. Now, Facebook is integrating that same web app into the desktop version of Facebook, where it replaces the older messaging experience. The change has been spotted by a number of users in multiple markets – including also TechCrunch staff in the U.S. and Europe – which... Read More
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Drone delivery startup Flirtey raises $16 million to become a next-gen UPS (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Drone delivery startup Flirtey has raised $16 million in Series A funding to bring its high-flying service to new customers, companies and possibly countries. Earlier, the startup raised $120,000 in seed funding and participated in the Y Combinator accelerator. Flirtey was also the first company to attain FAA approvals to conduct a drone delivery in the US in 2015. That fact helped it... Read More
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Découvrez les bons plans iPhone de ce mercredi 18 janvier 2017 (Iphone3gsystem) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Chaque jour sur AppSystem, nous vous proposons une sélection de 3 applications gratuites ou en baisse de prix disponibles sur l'App Store. Ces applications sont choisies en fonction de leur popularité et de leur originalité. N'hésitez pas à nous proposer vos [...] Cet article Découvrez les bons plans iPhone de ce mercredi 18 janvier 2017 est apparu en premier sur AppSystem.
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Donald Trump revient sur la production d'Apple aux États-Unis lors d'une interview (Iphone3gsystem) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
L'un des points les plus importants que Donald Trump, le président-élu des États-Unis qui prendra ses fonctions le 20 janvier prochain a évoqué lors de sa campagne électorale est son intention de faire en sorte que les entreprises américaines produisent [...] Cet article Donald Trump revient sur la production d"Apple aux États-Unis lors d"une interview est apparu en premier sur AppSystem.
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Department of Labor sues Oracle over discriminatory pay and hiring practices (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
The U.S. Department of Labor has sued Oracle for discriminatory employment practices, the government body announced on Wednesday. The Department of Labor specifically states that the company has “a systemic practice” in place of paying white male workers more than others in the same role, including “women, African American and Asian employees.” The suit also alleges... Read More
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Le créateur originel d’Android développe un smartphone modulaire (LesMobiles) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
C’est l’annonce-surprise de la mi-janvier : Andy Rubin, le créateur d’Android, parti de chez Google en y laissant son bébé, reviendra dans la téléphonie mobile avec un produit hardware : un smartphone modulaire. Un projet aussi ambitieux que son ancien OS.
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P56 et Sabre 15 : Gigabyte migre ses portables gaming vers Kaby Lake (TomsHardware) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Même joueur joue encore.
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SFR lance son décodeur Plus (Génération-NT) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Après avoir lancé son boitier Box Plus au mois de juillet, SFR se décide enfin à lui associer un boitier TV. Et ce sont les abonnés fibre qui en profiteront les premiers.
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IPhone 8 : un capteur laser pour la reconnaissance faciale ? (Iphone3gsystem) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Selon l'analyste Timothy Arcuri, la reconnaissance faciale et gestuelle compterait parmi les fonctionnalités principales du futur iPhone 8 de cette année. La façade du smartphone serait dotée d'un nouveau capteur laser permettant cette innovation. D'après les prédictions d'Arcuri, l'iPhone 8 [...] Cet article iPhone 8 : un capteur laser pour la reconnaissance faciale ? est apparu en premier sur AppSystem.
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Google acquires Fabric developer platform and team from Twitter (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Google is taking over Twitter's mobile app developer platform Fabric, as well as its Answers mobile app analytics, and Crashlytics crash reporting system. Twitter launched Fabric as a modular SDK in 2014 to allow developers to pick and choose different tools to improve their apps, and it now serves apps reaching 2.5 billion users built by 580,000 developers. But as Twitter tries to get... Read More
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Deepgram open sources Kur to make DIY deep learning less painful (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Deepgram, a YC backed startup using machine learning to analyze audio data for businesses, is open sourcing an internal deep learning tool called Kur. The release should further help those interested in the space get their ideas off the ground more easily. The startup is also including 10 hours of transcribed audio, spliced into 10 second increments, to expedite the training process. Similar... Read More
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A look back at a decade of the Crunchies (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
It's hard to believe that the Crunchies is already 10 years old. Time really does fly when you're having fun, and the Crunchies is (almost) always fun! The 10th Annual Crunchies Awards goes down on February 6 at the SF War Memorial Opera House and tickets are still available. If you want to hang out with our host Chelsea Peretti, our wonderful presenters such as Marissa Mayer,... Read More
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Tidal rolls out a track editing feature for mobile users (Techcrunch) (mer., 18 janv. 2017)
Tidal's latest feature has arrived with as little fanfare as humanly possible. The music service has snuck in a new Track Edit, accessible by opening the Option menu while playing a song. Available on the music service's mobile app, the new feature lets users trim down tracks viewable in a wave format, setting the beginning and end at specific time, fading in and out and even... Read More
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