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Un bon premier trimestre — Parrot


Le spécialiste des drones a enregistré un bénéfice part du groupe de 7 millions d'euros à comparer avec une perte de 44,7 millions un an plus tôt. Son chiffre d'affaires atteint 28,6 millions, ce qui est largement mieux que l'an dernier à la même époque. Lire la suite »

New South Korean leader to go to White House summit in June

North Korea said on Monday it had successfully conducted a newly developed mid-to-long range missile test on Sunday, supervised by leader Kim Jong Un and aimed at verifying the capability to carry a "large scale heavy nuclear warhead". However, recent events orchestrated by North Korea themselves has led South Korea president Moon to a more sticky situation. The Moon administration, only a week in office, is shaping up without a transition team, ... Lire la suite »

Zenimax s'attaque désormais à Samsung — VR


Le casque de réalité virtuelle Oculus VR a été conçu grâce à des technologies qu'elle avait imaginées et développées, argue la firme basée à Rockville dans le Maryland, assurant que des milliers de documents ont été transmis à Oculus par l'un de ses anciens employés, John Carmack. Lire la suite »

Voiture volante : Toyota soutient le projet de jeunes ingénieurs


Visionnaire il y a vingt ans avec l'hybride, paré pour l'hydrogène, Toyota a en revanche raté le premier et le deuxième train pour l'électrique alors pour la prochaine révolution, Toyota ne veut pas être en queue de train et a décidé d'aider financièrement le projet Cartivator qui développe une voiture volante baptisée Skydrive . Lire la suite »

Instagram ajoute des filtres pour visages comme sur Snapchat


Vous pouvez utiliser ces filtres dans les stories, aussi bien pour les photos, les vidéos et les boomerangs. Instagram vient donc d'intégrer, ce mardi 16 mai, huit différents filtres, parmi lesquels on retrouve des oreilles de lapin, des lunettes (agrémentées d'équations mathématiques flottant dans l'espace, histoire d'entretenir un peu les clichés) ou encore quelques variations de couronnes pas toujours très réussies. Lire la suite »

Hospital rebuked for sharing patient details with Google


Records that came bundled with personally identifiable information. The letter was written by Fiona Caldicott, the National Data Guardian, to Stephen Powis, the medical director at London's Royal Free Hospital, as part of an investigation conducted by the UK's privacy regulator, the Information Commissioner's Office. Lire la suite »

Cyberattack wave ebbs, but experts see risk of more

In Britain, whose health service was among the first high-profile targets of the attack on Friday, some hospitals and doctors' offices were still struggling to recover. Victims ranged from British hospitals that had to send scheduled surgery patients home to electronic billboards in Thailand and the Russian Foreign Ministry . Lire la suite »

Worldwide 'WannaCry' cyberattack: What we know

There are several factors in play. However, a hacker could rewrite the code to omit the kill switch and start trying to infect new machines with a new version of it. German rail operator Deutsche Bahn said some electronic signs at stations announcing arrivals and departures were infected. The attack held users hostage by freezing their computers, popping up a red screen with the words, "Oops, your files have been encrypted!" and demanding money through online bitcoin payment - $300 at ... Lire la suite »

Microsoft offers free security fixes following global cyberattack

National Security Agency as an offensive cyber-weapon. This directive comes in the wake of global system outages due to WannaCry ransomware. Cyber security minister Dan Tehan confirmed an Australian organisation had been affected and told Sky News there are reports of two other instances where this software may have been used. Lire la suite »

Microsoft says ransomware attack should be a 'wake-up call' for governments

Nonetheless, the experts say such widespread attacks are tough to pull off. Microsoft said it had released a Windows security update in March to tackle the problem involved in the latest attack, but many users were yet to run it. Senior U.S. security officials held another meeting in the White House Situation Room on Saturday, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Security Agency were working to help mitigate damage and identify the perpetrators of the massive ... Lire la suite »

HTC U11, un smartphone que l'on peut presser — Mobile


On vous en dit plus dans quelques lignes. Oubliez les écrans tactiles, me HTC U11 est fait pour être pressé. Les caractéristiques de l'HTC U11 Côté photo, HTC a misé sur une qualité optimum avec un capteur UltraPixel 3 de 12 Mégapixels, un objectif grand angle avec stabilisation optique et ouverture de F/1.7 et un capteur rétro-éclairé de 16 Mégapixels pour les selfies, avec un objectif grand angle qui ouvre à F/2.0. Lire la suite »

Hyundai's New Hot Hatch is Close to Complete


The Hyundai i30 N will be officially launched this summer. Britain is one of the biggest markets in the world for hot hatches, and so it makes sense for Hyundai to test the i30 N here, on some of the roughest and most challenging patches of road in Europe. Lire la suite »

Vers un nouvel épisode de stagnation — Wall Street


Une demi-heure avant le coup d'envoi de la séance, le contrat futur sur l'indice S&P 500 avance de 0,2%, mais le Nasdaq 100 Future reste scotché autour de l'équilibre. Cela a redonné de l'élan à un marché toujours prudent sur le niveau élevé de la Bourse, sur le contexte politique à Washington près d'une semaine après le limogeage du patron du FBI et sur la géopolitique avec un nouveau tir de missile nord-coréen au cours du week-end. Lire la suite »

Putin warns world leaders to stop 'intimidating' North Korea


The Russian leader isn't shy about displaying himself as a macho renaissance man, also participating in judo, ice hockey and horseback riding ― the latter sometimes shirtless. " But it's no problem " that the video was posted online, he said, adding: " I think I didn't let you down ". "Budget money is never sufficient for anything but budget financing is not a panacea for all woes and is not the main instrument of economic development", Putin said. Lire la suite »

WannaCry Malware Cyber-Attack Continues

The attack, known as "WannaCry" had a major impact across Asia as workers there returned to work on Monday, with Chinese state media saying nearly 30,000 institutions there had been infected. "We will continue to work with affected (organizations) to confirm this", the agency said. "The fact that so many computers remained vulnerable two months after the release of a patch illustrates this aspect", he said in a blog post . Lire la suite »

Trump urged to prod Erdogan on human rights


President Donald Trump will welcome Turkey's president to the White House Tuesday in a high-stakes meeting that could set the tone for how his administration deals with authoritarian leaders. It will be important in the upcoming meeting for President Trump to urge President Erdogan to keep his southeastern border open as the the Syrian conflict drags on. Lire la suite »

North Korea says missile it tested can carry nuclear warhead

If the claims are true, the test would be a major advance in the country's bid to make a nuclear-tipped rocket, flying higher and for a longer time than any of its previous missiles. South Korea has sent special envoys to the US, China, Germany, Japan and Russian Federation to explain the new government's policy towards North Korea. Lire la suite »

Asus ZenFone 3 Max starts receiving Android 7.1.1 Nougat update


This could be a typographical mistake from the company. Users who have not seen a notification for the same can manually check it by heading over to Settings About System Update . The USP of this smartphone is its powerful 4,100 mAh non-removable battery, which claims to deliver up-to 38 days of standby time and 17 hours of VoIP talk time on a 3G network. Lire la suite »

Local security experts weighs in on worldwide cyber attack

Tom Bossert, US President Donald Trump's homeland security adviser, said people "should be thinking about this as an attack that for right now we have under control, but as an attack that represents an extremely serious threat". "NCSC and NCA are working with Europol and other worldwide partners to make sure we all collect the right evidence, which we need to do to make sure we have the right material to find out who has done this and we go after them". Lire la suite »