Topic: fcc

Developers are using CI more than CD, report finds

Continuous integration is becoming more popular than continuous delivery in large-scale organizations. A recent report by DigitalOcean found 45 percent of respondents reported using CD compared to 58 percent who reported using CI. Forty-three percent of respondents who reported they were not using a CI or CD process stated they planned to use CI/CD, while … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab version 10.2, GE and NVIDIA AI partnership, and DeepMind’s neural networks

GitLab has released version 10.2 with several new improvements, the release of GitLab Geo and configurable issue boards. GitLab Geo allows teams to run read-only replicas of GitLab. The new configurable issue boards enables users to save milestones, labels, and other issues to a board.  The also announced the release of PostgreSQL high availability, which … continue reading

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Uber’s new CEO, legal fund for ‘WannaCry hero’ found fraudulent, and Quali’s CloudShell Virtual Edition — SD Times news digest: August 28, 2017

Uber has formally extended a job offer to Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi to fill their CEO position after co-founder Travis Kalanick resigned from the post in June. The position has been vacant since Kalanick’s resignation, which was prompted by lawsuits and reports of a toxic corporate culture at the ridesharing company. The company continues to … continue reading

Change.org joins the protest to save net neutrality

Companies are coming together today for the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality to stress the importance of keeping the Internet open, fast and accessible to all. Change.org is one of these organizations joining the coalition and fighting for the principles that will keep the Internet free from censorship. In addition to joining the … continue reading

Poll: Political parties agree on supporting net neutrality

Despite their varying stances on today’s issues, there is one thing that Democrats, Republicans and Independents seem to agree on, and that is protecting net neutrality. A recent poll from Mozilla and research firm Ipsos, shows support across party lines for net neutrality, and it reveals that a majority of Americans do not trust the … continue reading

Net neutrality stands firm in the U.S.

Net neutrality won a major victory in the United States yesterday as the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in a 2-1 vote upheld the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to categorize Internet access as a public utility. Kit Walsh, staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, wrote a blog post explaining … continue reading

FCC to propose first Internet privacy rules

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to propose its first Internet privacy rules so there can finally be a way to regulate how Internet service providers handle user privacy. The agency is looking to restrict companies’ ability to share with advertisers and other third parties the information they collect about what customers are doing online. … continue reading

The FCC’s open-source sign-language platform, Amazon drops Flash, and Google updates Android Wear—SD Times news digest: Aug. 21, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants to make it easier for those who are deaf or hard of hearing to communicate. The organization recently announced it will develop an open-source video platform for users to communicate with businesses and government agencies using American Sign Language. The platform will be available for mobile and desktop operating … continue reading

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