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Microsoft is looking to help developers continuously fuzz-test code prior to release, via the open source OneFuzz framework.Described as a self-hosted fuzzing-as-a-service platform, OneFuzz enables developer-driven fuzzing to identify software vulnerabilites during the development process. Source code for OneFuzz is due to arrive on GitHub on September 18. [ Also on InfoWorld: How to improve CI/CD with shift-left testing ] Fuzz testing is about increasing the security and reliability of native code by finding costly, exploitable security flaws. Fuzz testing involves throwing random inputs at software to find instances in which unforeseen actions could cause software to fail.To read this article in full, please click here
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Customers clearly looking to simplify buying into supply chains – but the market is tougher than it looks Workday's boss got a chance to flex his jaw muscles this week at Deutsche Bank's 2020 Global Technology Conference, using that platform to talk up his interest in the market for procurement software.…
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Silk protein-based storage device reportedly survives heat, humidity, gamma radiation, and magnetic fields.
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Bose has debuted three new Frames – a sporty one for athletes and two stylish ones for everyday use.
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The Motorola Razr was one of the flashiest phones to release in 2019, and one of the most expensive as well. Protect it with one of the best Moto Razr cases.
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Don't be so smug, Mac users, you're open to an InDesign project file A nightmare flaw for Exchange Server headlines this month's Patch Tuesday lineup from Microsoft and others.…
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A lot more people are spending their time online these days but those are probably done on their desktops and laptops. There will come a time, however, when they will have to leave the comfort and safety of their homes but moving their information from computer to mobile isn’t always as seamless as moving from your desk to your car. … Continue reading
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Looking for a great show to watch tonight? Here are some of the best Hulu has to offer.
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Some of the tenants told The New York Times they didn't know an interview about NYC housing authority would be used in an RNC video to support Trump.
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Reading a book is one of the quickest and most effective ways to become totally immersed in something new. Here are 22 that will expand your mind.
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The five largest US tech stocks — Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook — are worth a collective $7.5 trillion.
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Satiate your wanderlust without having to leave home with these inspiring reads that will take you on page-turning journeys across the globe.
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(Far Eastern Federal University) Scientists of the School of Natural Sciences of Far Eastern Federal University (SNS FEFU) with colleagues from Russia, South Korea, and Australia suggest the breaking new ground approach to manage spin-electronic properties and functionality of the thin-film magnetic nanosystems. The method is important for the development of a new generation of tiny electronics (spin-orbitronics) and superfast high-capacity computer memory. A related article appears in NPG Asia Materials.
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Here are the top media and advertising stories from Business Insider for August 27.
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Check out the latest trailer, which adds some surprising twists and turns to this post-apocalyptic saga.
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Save $50 on the latest and greatest Apple iPad tablets.
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Wonder Woman’s future at the box office seems brighter than ever.
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Popular short video app TikTok is aiming to take legal action against US President Donald Trump over the app’s potential ban. Earlier this month, Trump issued an executive order that prohibits any US-based company to conduct transactions with the app after mid-September. That means any firm interesting in buying TikTok — like Mircosoft or Oracle — will need to finish the deal before the 45-day deadline ends. Over the weekend, TikTok said that it has tried to hold a discussion with the US government over the last year. However, it observed that there’s a lack of due process and the administration… This story continues at The Next Web
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From DC FanDome: Gal Gadot returns as the star-spangled superhero, and Steve Trevor wears parachute pants, because 1980s.
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Want a smart home you can control with Siri? You'll need the right devices -- here are our top picks.
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Netflix has canceled its variety talk series "Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj" after two years. It follows other variety talk shows the streamer has canceled, like "The Break with Michelle Wolf" and "The Joel McHale Show." Netflix's reality TV boss, Brandon Riegg, told The New York Times last year that the genre was "a challenge for us as an on-demand service." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix has canceled "Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj" after two years. It's the latest variety talk series on the streaming giant to get the ax. Similar to HBO's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver," each episode tackled a different newsworthy topic. Episodes were released weekly, a deviation from Netflix's usual strategy of dropping entire seasons at once, but in line with its strategy for other variety talk shows. Minhaj made the announcement on Twitter on Tuesday: "What a run. @patriotact has come to an end. I got to work with the best writers, producers, researchers, and animators in the game. My 2 babies were born and grew up with the show. TY to @Netflix and everyone who watched." Netflix has struggled with the variety talk genre. It had previously canceled shows like "Chelsea," "The Break with Michelle Wolf," and "The Joel McHale Show." Each lasted only one or two seasons.  When it first debuted, "Patriot Act" seemed like it would be the variety series to go the distance for Netflix. When it premiered in 2018, consumer-insights company Crimson Hexagon found that "Patriot Act" was talked about more and better received in online conversations. The show was a critical hit, as well, with the first season gaining a 100% Rotten Tomatoes critic score. "[It] doesn't run away from political comedy convention while also aiming for something just different enough to make it stand apart," Variety wrote about season one. Two other Netflix variety talk shows, "The Fix" and "Norm Macdonald Has a Show," haven't been formally canceled, but have only aired one season each since debuting in 2018. David Letterman's "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction" has fared better, but is on an irregular release schedule. In a statement to a New York Times piece last year with the headline "Netflix Has a Talk Show Problem," Netflix's reality TV boss, Brandon Riegg, admitted that variety talk shows were a challenge for the streamer. "The timeliness of the genre is a challenge for us as an on-demand service," Riegg said. "We've worked with many talented artists to pioneer talk shows for streaming audiences, and although some shows ended, we hope everyone involved is proud of what they created."SEE ALSO: Major movie-theater chains like AMC and Regal are reopening this week, but a new survey suggests only a small fraction of US consumers are ready to return Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why electric planes haven't taken off yet
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HMD Global had a rough year until now due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The company was planning several Nokia smartphones for the first half ... The post Nokia 5.3 will reach India on August 25, Nokia 5310 now available in the country appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The change comes as Nio works to catch up with peers in the self-driving car race after securing $1 billion in funding from the Chinese government.
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(University of Arkansas) Research into the antimicrobial properties of ultra-low voltage electricity demonstrates that the power creates holes in the bacteria's outer membrane allowing two-way leakage and ultimately killing the cell.
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While the 7nm chipsets are the big reality of 2020, several companies are already moving to the next big thing – 5nm. Some companies like ... The post Samsung achieves 3D stacking for 7nm EUV chip which saves power and take less space appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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While 2020 might not be the catalyst year for 5G some were hoping for, O2 has turned to the environmental benefits of the technology to engage enterprise customers.
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Did you know we have an online event about the future of work coming up? Join the Future of Work track at TNW2020 to hear how successful companies are adapting to a new way of working. Working from home has become the “new normal” for many of us during the COVID-19 pandemic. While this clearly has its downsides, one group in particular may benefit a great deal: people with disabilities. This is important because people with disabilities are often at a significant disadvantage in the workplace. Research shows they often face negative stereotypes and attitudes from able-bodied colleagues and are… This story continues at The Next Web
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This is it, folks. With the third and final expected beta out in the wild, the next release should be the stable one.
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NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover celebrated 8 years on the Red Planet Wednesday.
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