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NoSQL Database Aggregation - (Friday 08th of July 2016 11:43:00 AM)
Through NoSQL database aggregation we can undoubtedly pick values from different records
simuntanously, and apply a number of operations on the data which is helpful to accumulate the
data.
Linode Resets Passwords After Credentials Leak - (Tuesday 05th of January 2016 11:09:00 PM)
New submitter qmrq sends news that Linode, a major isp of virtual private servers, has been
compromised again. In a blog post, they said, "A pledge search into the unauthorized login of
three dealing has led us to the ascertainment of two Linode.com user  [...]
DHS Wants Access To License-plate Tracking System, Again - (Friday 03rd of April 2015 02:15:00 PM)
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Michael Stonebraker Wins Turing Award - (Wednesday 25th of March 2015 02:21:00 PM)
An unsigned reader writes: Michael Stonebraker, an MIT clinician who has revolutionized the
field of database superiority systems and founded diverse successful database companies, has
won the order for reckoning Machinery's $1 million A.M. Turing Award,  [...]
Breakthrough In Face Recognition Software - (Wednesday 18th of February 2015 01:05:00 AM)
An unnamed reader writes: Face acknowledgment os/2 underwent a revolution in 2001 with the
establishment of the Viola-Jones algorithm. Now, the field looks set to dramatically improve
once again: minicomputer scientists from word copyrights:cite this  [...]
Low Vaccination Rates At Silicon Valley Daycare Facilities - (Thursday 12th of February 2015 10:45:00 PM)
Inoculation rates across the U.S. don't neatly correlate with religiosity or wealth; Wired
reports that one conspicuous pocket of low shot* rates, by the book to California's state
database of daycare records, is a place where you might not expect it:  [...]
Feds Operated Yet Another Secret Metadata Database Until 2013 - (Sunday 18th of January 2015 03:02:00 AM)
A story at Ars Technica describes yet another Federal database of logged call details
maintained by the Federal the feds* which has now come to light, this one maintained by the
board of Justice rather than the NSA, and explains how it came to be  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Software Issue Tracking Transparency - Good Or Bad? - (Sunday 28th of September 2014 03:35:00 PM)
First time accepted submitter Mike Sheen writes I'm the lead giver if
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FBI Completes New Face Recognition System - (Tuesday 16th of September 2014 09:15:00 PM)
Advocatus Diaboli writes: as it should be to a report from Gizmodo, "After six years and over
one billion dollars in development, the FBI has just announced that its new biometric facial
acknowledgment dos system is finally complete. Meaning that, open  [...]
Schwit1 (797399) writes "As many as 227 million Americans may be compelled to carry intimate
details of their families and fiscal lives — including their Social force numbers —
in a new subject database being assembled by two federal agencies.  [...]
Police Departments Using Car Tracking Database Sworn To Secrecy - (Tuesday 06th of May 2014 03:30:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes "Vigilant Solutions maintains what they claim is the nation's largest
database of license-plate mission control data, 'LEARN' (Law Enforcement Archival and Reporting
Network). But when a law enforcement agency signs up to use  [...]
Parents' Privacy Concerns Kill 'Personalized Learning' Initiative - (Tuesday 22nd of April 2014 10:05:00 PM)
Theodp writes: "You may recall that inBloom is a data initiative that sought to personalize
learning. GeekWire's Tricia Duryee now reports that inBloom, which was backed by $100 million
from The Bill and Melinda Gates bottom and others, is closing up  [...]
TSA Missed Boston Bomber Because His Name Was Misspelled In a Database - (Wednesday 26th of March 2014 11:32:00 PM)
Schwit1 sends this news from The Verge: "Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the primary conspirator in the
Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people, slipped through airport safety because his
name was misspelled in a database, apodictic to a new Congressional  [...]
How a Database of the World’s Knowledge Shapes Google’s Future - (Tuesday 28th of January 2014 05:40:01 AM)
Compiling a giant database of all the facts in the world could help Google’s future
products understand you better. For all its success, Google’s famous Page Rank
algorithm has never understood a word of the billions of Web pages it  [...]
NRA Joins ACLU Lawsuit Against NSA - (Thursday 05th of September 2013 07:40:00 PM)
Cold fjord writes with this excerpt from The Hill: "The subject Rifle brotherhood joined the
red white and blue Civil Liberties Union's lawsuit on Wednesday to end the government's massive
phone record levy program. In a brief filed in federal court,  [...]
Importance of database security and safe credit card storage - (Monday 05th of August 2013 09:49:00 PM)
Though technology has globalized businesses and has helped organizations to reach out to a
wider market, it has its own demons to offer as well. One of the major problems which plague
technology is breach of privacy or evil cyber attacks executed by hackers.  [...]
Factors For Oracle Software Examined - (Friday 02nd of August 2013 02:10:00 AM)
ASM can increase details availability by optionally mirroring any file. ASM mirrors at the file
level, contrary to functioning method mirroring, which mirrors at the disk stage. Mirroring
usually means trying to keep redundant copies, or mirrored copies,  [...]
DIY Satellite Tracking - (Wednesday 24th of July 2013 04:10:00 AM)
Travis Goodspeed has authored a blog post conduct his method of visual radar tower station
station low-earth-orbit satellites. control gate with an old Felcom 82B dish made for use on
third edition by the editors of the stars and bars heritage® dictionary.  [...]
Apple: Developer Site Targeted In Security Attack, Still Down - (Sunday 21st of July 2013 11:32:00 PM)
An unsigned reader writes "Apple has aware developers that an intruder gained access to its
contributor site database. Quoted email from Apple: 'Last Thursday, an intruder attempted to
secure judgmental propaganda of our registered developers from our  [...]
Review: Oracle Database 12c - (Thursday 27th of June 2013 09:30:00 AM)
Snydeq writes "InfoWorld's Riyaj Shamsudeen offers an in-depth look at Oracle Database 12c,
which he calls a 'true cloud database,' bringing a new level of efficiency and ease to database
consolidation. 'In unfolding for roughly four years, Oracle Database  [...]
Davecb writes "Paul E. McKenney, one of the Linux RCU implementors, spout the problem of
synchronization using structured deferral on, what else, Mr Schrödinger's famous cat.
mannerliness of deferral/procrastination, the cat can be both alive and  [...]
Xbox One Used Game Policy Leaks: Publishers Get a Cut of Sale - (Friday 24th of May 2013 02:16:00 PM)
Chewbacon writes "Details about the used-game policy on Microsoft's newly-announced Xbox One
console have been leaked. The policy explains how used-game retailers can survive Xbox One
destroying the used-game market as we know it: they have to agree to  [...]
A New Approach To Database-Aided Data Processing - (Wednesday 27th of February 2013 09:49:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes "The Parallel Universe blog has a post about parallel data processing.
They start off by talking about how Moore's Law still holds, but the shift from clock frequency
to assorted cores has stifled the rate at which belongings  [...]
A Tale of Two Databases, Revisited: DynamoDB and MongoDB - (Saturday 23rd of February 2013 12:02:00 AM)
Investigative his belief in relational database dogma, new submitter Travis Brown happened to
evaluate Amazon's Dynamo DB and MonogDB. His locality was the antonymic of Jeff Cogswell's: he
started off wanting to prefer Dynamo DB, but came to the conclusion  [...]
Database issues/down [resolved] - (Saturday 20th of October 2012 04:56:00 AM)
Hi, Yesterday we had a small issue with the database, (the cached data to be
exact). This caused the site to missbehave for over an hour as it could not cache any data,
but this has now been resolved. For about an hour after that, while  [...]
FBI Launches $1 Billion Nationwide Face Recognition System - (Saturday 08th of September 2012 12:30:01 PM)
MrSeb writes "The U.S. Federal Bureau of hearing has begun rolling out its new $1 billion
biometric Next Generation Identification (NGI) system. In essence, NGI is a nationwide database
of mugshots, iris scans, DNA records, voice samples, and other biometrics  [...]
Colinneagle writes "People are not going to, nor should they have to, start walking around
outside with a bag over their head to avoid freedom cameras capturing images of them. Yet 'face
credit allows for covert, remote and mass capture and identification  [...]
Book Review: Drupal 7 Multi Sites Configuration - (Tuesday 17th of July 2012 06:17:01 AM)
Michael Ross writes "All the leading content superintendence systems (CMSs), including Drupal,
use a unification of source code, in files, and user/configuration data, in a database. There
may be some mixing of the two types of components — such  [...]
Mikejuk writes "Two former Facebook developers have created a new database that they say is the
world's fastest and it is MySQL compatible. by the book to Eric Frenkiel and Nikita Shamgunov,
MemSQL, the database they have adult over the past year, is  [...]

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