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Microsoft alleges attacks on French magazine came from Iranian-backed group

Enlarge Microsoft said on Friday that an Iranian nation-state group already sanctioned by the US government was behind an attack last month that targeted the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo and thousands of its readers. The attack came to light on January 4, when a previously unknown group calling itself Holy Souls took to the Internet to claim it had obtained a Charlie Hebdo database that contained personal information for…

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Samsung Pro SSD reliability questioned as longtime partner shifts to Sabrent

Enlarge / Puget Systems won’t be using the 1TB or 2TB Samsung 990 Pro anymore. (credit: Samsung) Samsung has earned a strong reputation among PC enthusiasts when it comes to solid-state storage. Its Pro series of SSDs are often among reviewers’ top recommendations for users seeking high-speed storage for large work files, apps, and boot drives. Over the past year, though, reliability concerns around Samsung’s 980 Pro and most recent…

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It sounds like Google will unveil its ChatGPT clone February 8

Enlarge (credit: Sean Gallup | Getty Images) Everybody panic! Next week Google is hosting what can only be described as an “emergency” event. According to an invite sent to The Verge, the event will revolve around “using the power of AI to reimagine how people search for, explore and interact with information, making it more natural and intuitive than ever before to find what you need”—in other words, Google’s going…

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