Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale: Best Deals You Can Grab Today

Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale: Best Deals You Can Grab Today

Amazon Great Indian Festival 2020 sale is about to enter into its second week. The sale kicked off last week with hundreds of deals and bundled offers on a large selection of mobile phones, speakers, laptops, and Amazon devices. The first phase of Amazon’s big festive season sale will end at midnight tonight with the … Read more

Saudi Arabia Signs MoUs With IBM, Alibaba, Huawei on AI

The Saudi Authority for Data and Artificial Intelligence on Thursday signed memorandums of understanding with IBM, Alibaba and Huawei in areas of artificial intelligence (AI) at a summit in the kingdom, state news agency SPA said. SDAIA and Alibaba Cloud announced an MoU to partner in supporting Saudi Arabia’s path to develop smart cities through … Read more

A second stimulus check could come in 5 different waves. Find out which one you’re in

Not everyone gets a stimulus payment at the same time. Sarah Tew/CNET The Internal Revenue Service issued the first stimulus payments over the course of several months according to de-facto priority groups — and some people are still waiting. Following the approval of a second stimulus check, the IRS is expected to once again divide eligible people into different … Read more

Facebook to install 1,200 solar rooftops for Singaporean data centre – Video | ZDNet

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Australian and Korean researchers warn of loopholes in AI security systems | ZDNet

Getty Images/iStockphoto Research from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation’s (CSIRO) Data61, the Australian Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CSCRC), and South Korea’s Sungkyunkwan University have highlighted how certain triggers could be loopholes in smart security cameras. The researchers tested how using a simple object, such as a piece of clothing of a particular colour, … Read more

DFAT issues apology over emails exposing identities of Australians stranded overseas | ZDNet

Australia’s Foreign Minister Marise Payne has issued an apology after identities of Australians who are stranded overseas were accidentally exposed in an email. “I am very sorry these events have occurred,” Payne said, speaking to ABC Radio on Friday morning. This latest incident is the third privacy breach in three months. This time around, according … Read more