Intel has begun “quietly advising some customers to hold off installing patches” related to the recent Spectre vulnerability, according to emails seen by the Wall Street Journal, and confirmed by a blog post from Intel. The company is reportedly telling cloud-center customers and computer manufacturers to hold off on applying some recent updates, due to a …
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It’s no secret that Tesla is coming out with a new v8.0 version of the software for the Model S and X. Among the features should be a new, less crashy Autopilot, better voice controls, and a completely revamped UI. Details about the visual redesign have leaked out, and now alleged screenshots of the new UI …
The following is a demonstration of a visual effects process that makes a person look significantly younger… and it is absolutely incredible. Put together by rousselos Aravantinos, the woman in the video below looks a good 20-30 years younger once the special effects are applied.
Blame the banks. Blame cheap credit. Blame serialized television advertisements that encouraged your mother to purchase something she didn’t need because she could pay for it in four monthly installments. Actually, just skip the blame game — subscriptions are here to stay, but they aren’t all bad. In recent years, the technology industry in particular …