Apple acquires AI software firm

Apple has reportedly acquired the AI startup Silk Labs as the Cupertino-based tech giant looks to expand its artificial intelligence and smart home offerings.According to The Information, the sale took place earlier this year and it was likely a small acquisition as Silk Labs only had around a dozen employees.The startup raised $4m in funding which it used to develop a smart home product that was later shelved. Silk Labs then went on to develop…

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Amazon emails an unknown number of customers disclosing a “technical error” that exposed emails and names, but provides few other details (TechCrunch)

TechCrunch:Amazon emails an unknown number of customers disclosing a “technical error” that exposed emails and names, but provides few other details  —  Amazon's renowned secrecy encompasses its response to a new security issue, withholding info that could help victims protect themselves.

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The Logitech Harmony bundle people flip out over is down to its best price, just $58

The Logitech Harmony Smart Control Universal Remote and Hub Bundle is easily one of the most popular products the BGR Deals team has ever covered. We always try to let our readers know when it goes on sale, and tens of thousands of you have taken advantage of the discounts we've pointed out. If you haven't yet gotten in on the action, you'll be happy to learn that this bundle is on sale already for…

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Facebook appeals UK data watchdog’s £500k Cambridge Analytica fine

Facebook has said it will appeal against a £500,000 penalty issued by the UK’s data watchdog in October following a lengthy investigation into the Cambridge Analytica data misuse scandal. The ICO announced in July that it intended to fine Facebook the maximum possible amount under the UK’s old data protection regime, saying it was “clear” the company had contravened the law “by failing to keep users data safe” when its systems allowed Kogan’s app to…

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Facebook appeals UK data watchdog’s £500k Cambridge Analytica fine

Facebook has said it will appeal against a £500,000 penalty issued by the UK’s data watchdog in October following a lengthy investigation into the Cambridge Analytica data misuse scandal. The ICO announced in July that it intended to fine Facebook the maximum possible amount under the UK’s old data protection regime, saying it was “clear” the company had contravened the law “by failing to keep users data safe” when its systems allowed Kogan’s app to…

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