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Two Python libraries containing malicious code have been removed from the Python Package Index. Python’s official repository for third-party packages.
Microsoft has unveiled several new additions to its Azure ML offering for machine learning, including better integration with Python.
An AWS and Microsoft joint effort makes neural networks easier to program and use with the MXNet and Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit frameworks.
IBM's Distributed Deep Learning spreads model training across any number of hardware nodes—as long as they’re IBM nodes.
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Box trumps Dropbox, Egnyte, Citrix ShareFile, EMC Syncplicity, and OwnCloud with rich mix of file sync, file sharing, user management, deep reporting, and enterprise integration
Lenovo's cleverly designed Windows 8 laptop-tablet hybrid takes too many turns for the worse
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These tiny systems, ranging from bare-bones boards to full-blown, ready-to-run PCs, are ideal for hackers and hobbyists who want to create their own powerful machines.
Smart in design and stingy on power, HP's Envy convertible works well as a laptop or a tablet.
Microsoft has been in business, in one form or another, for 37 years. In the tech world, that's an eternity.