Intel gets into the deep learning game. Delta's tech is old. Twitter announced that it will be opening up its Moments feature, first to a group of new partners and brands, and eventually to anyone in the coming months. Facebook wants to block your ad blockers. Today, Google announced it will remove Flash from the Chrome browser by default starting in September, and completely phasing it out by December. Chrome will opt for HTML5 in its place. Plus, the news from DefCon just keeps giving us trust issues. Last year it was the hacks of smart cars, and this year its the hacks of smart locks. Two presentations at this year's security conference say that smart locks might be the dumbest things we're trusting these days. Finally, magic glasses that will only let you see your smart phone.
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- Intel Buys Nervana
- Delta Meltdown Reflects Problems With Aging Technology
- Chief Operating Officer gives Delta operations update
- Facebook Blocks Ad Blockers, but It Strives to Make Ads More Relevant
- Google just put the nail in Adobe Flash's coffin
- If you use ‘smart’ Bluetooth locks, you're asking to be burgled
- Watch: This invisible phone screen can only be seen by someone wearing special glasses