By ZDNet Editors
for Between the Lines
| August 15, 2004 -- 19:15 GMT (12:15 PDT)
| Topic: Open Source
8 ways to boost your data science career prospects
Siloed IT teams hinder AI and automation deployment
Tim Berners-Lee: In 30 years, the web will go beyond our imagination
With Samsung's new DRAM, smartphones will have more memory than many laptops
Windows Calculator will get a 'graphing mode'
Microsoft has chosen "graphing mode" as the first feature to be added to the Windows 10 Calculator app after open-sourcing the project on GitHub.
Nvidia GPUs for data science, analytics, and distributed machine learning using Python with Dask
Mozilla slows Firefox 66 rollout to fix bug making Office 365 PowerPoint text vanish
Firefox 66's initial release made Microsoft's PowerPoint online useless for creating presentations.
Over 100,000 GitHub repos have leaked API or cryptographic keys
Thousands of new API or cryptographic keys leak via GitHub projects every day.
Microsoft's TypeScript programming language rising fast, almost makes top 10
Microsoft TypeScript is popular and it's here to stay as a prominent language, according to analyst RedMonk.
Zero-day in WordPress SMTP plugin abused by two hacker groups
Hacker groups are creating backdoor admin accounts on vulnerable sites and redirecting users to tech support scams.
Open Source growing pains: Is Open Core the answer?
Severe security bug found in popular PHP library for creating PDF files
Vulnerability patched last year, but many websites and web apps will most likely remain vulnerable for years.
IBM: Patch these critical Java, OpenJ9 Java bugs in Watson, analytics products
IBM warns Watson AI customers to check product versions after releasing new updates that address critical flaws.