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Next Twitter boss faces complex challenges, says departing Dick Costolo

July 1st, 2015 | RightVenue | Tags:

In interview before his last day in job, CEO says going public accelerated short-term-thinking, and regulation would pose threat to free speech The outgoing chief executive of Twitter has said he underestimated the pressures that going public would place on the company and warned that his successor would nevertheless have to manage an increasingly complex set of geopolitical challenges as well as the demands of Wall Street. Speaking to the Guardian before his last day at the company on Wednesday, Dick Costolo said that while Twitter had grown revenue by […]

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Faster internet soon to become a reality

June 29th, 2015 | RightVenue | Tags: ,

In a major breakthrough that can make the internet superfast and cheap, researchers have successfully increased the maximum power — and therefore distance — at which optical signals can be sent through optical fibres. The advance has the potential to make the internet superfast by increasing data transmission rates for the fibre optic cables — which serve as the backbone of the internet, cable, wireless and landline networks. A long-standing roadblock to increasing data transmission rates in optical fibre has been that beyond a threshold power level, additional power surge […]

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Delphi says self-driving car didn’t come close to Google car

June 27th, 2015 | RightVenue | Tags:

Delphi Automotive on Friday offered a new description of an encounter on a California road between one of its prototype self-driving cars and a self-driving vehicle operated by Google, saying “the vehicles didn’t even come close to each other.” The description differed from Delphi’s original account on Thursday, when a company official told Reuters that a Google self-driving car on Tuesday “cut off” a Delphi self-driving car that was beginning to make a lane change. The incident occurred in Palo Alto, and no collision took place. The official was a […]

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Facebook Messenger no longer requires you to have a Facebook account

June 25th, 2015 | RightVenue | Tags:

YOU NO LONGER NEED a Facebook account to make use of the social network’s separate Messenger service. Ideal for those who want to use Facebook Messenger without having to put up with a News Feed full of baby pictures and Buzzfeed quizzes, now all you need to use the service is a phone number. Louis Boval, a software engineer at Facebook, said in a blog post: “With Messenger, we’ve been focused on creating the best messaging experience possible by giving people a fun and easy way to connect and express themselves […]

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Hackers steal data using gadget inside pitta bread

June 23rd, 2015 | RightVenue | Tags:

Secret encryption keys can be stolen using a cheap gadget so small it could be concealed inside some pitta bread. Israeli security researchers have demonstrated how to capture radio emissions given off by laptops that inadvertently leak data about the keys. Before now, grabbing the radio signals was thought to require expensive, bulky equipment. But the four-strong team managed it with cheap components small enough to conceal inside a piece of pocket bread. ‘Not impressed’ The attack, developed by Daniel Genkin and colleagues from Tel Aviv University, monitors the radio […]

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