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sap abap on hana video tutorials

sap abap on hana video tutorials

SAP ABAP on HANA,SAP HANA ADT Installation on HANA Studio Overview of HANA studio. Overview of ABAP development environment in eclipse. Adding system ...

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Install Gentoo

Install Gentoo

Do it faggit: https://www.gentoo.org/downloads/ ...

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Malicious Chrome extension is next to impossible to manually remove

Malicious Chrome extension is next to impossible to manually remove

Proving once again that Google Chrome extensions are the Achilles heel of what's arguably the Internet's most secure browser, a researcher has...

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How bitcoins became worth $10,000

How bitcoins became worth $10,000

On Tuesday evening, the value of one bitcoin shot above $10,000. It has been a remarkable run for a currency that was only worth about $12 five years ...

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Elon Musk wins bet, finishing massive battery installation in 100 days

Elon Musk wins bet, finishing massive battery installation in 100 days

Tesla has completed construction of a massive 100 megawatt, 129 MWh battery installation in South Australia. The new facility boasts the largest megaw...

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Conservative outlets escalate anti-SpaceX campaign

Conservative outlets escalate anti-SpaceX campaign

The articles began appearing in late August, mostly in conservative publications such as Town Hall, Breitbart, and the Daily Caller&nbs...

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New neural network teaches itself Go, spanks the pros

New neural network teaches itself Go, spanks the pros

While artificial intelligence software has made huge strides recently, in many cases, it has only been automating things that humans already do well. ...

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IBM and Sony cram up to 330 terabytes into tiny tape cartridge

IBM and Sony cram up to 330 terabytes into tiny tape cartridge

IBM and Sony have developed a new magnetic tape system capable of storing 201 gigabits of data per square inch, for a max theoretical capacity of 330 ...

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Feds Arrest Man Credited With Helping To Stop Ransomware Attack

Feds Arrest Man Credited With Helping To Stop Ransomware Attack

Marcus Hutchins' Twitter account suddenly went quiet a day ago when the FBI took him into custody in Las Vegas on Wednesday. The 23-year-old Briti...

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Install Gentoo

Install Gentoo

Welcome First of all, welcome to Gentoo! You are about to enter the world of choices and performance. Gentoo is all about choices. When installing ...

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Judge: Waymo may be in “a world of trouble” if it can’t prove actual harm by Uber

Judge: Waymo may be in “a world of trouble” if it can’t prove actual harm by Uber

SAN FRANCISCO—At a court hearing on Wednesday, US District Judge William Alsup questioned whether Waymo can really show the harm ...

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Next Windows 10 update won’t include the most exciting promised feature

Next Windows 10 update won’t include the most exciting promised feature

Arguably the most interesting forthcoming Windows 10 features that Microsoft showed off at its Build developer conference this year were "Ti...

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Russia has a plan to compete with SpaceX, but it has a flaw

Russia has a plan to compete with SpaceX, but it has a flaw

For a long time, with its low production costs and efficient fleet of rockets, Russia has been the leading player in the global market for satellite l...

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Low-latency satellite broadband gets approval to serve US residents

Low-latency satellite broadband gets approval to serve US residents

A company seeking to offer low-latency broadband from satellites yesterday received a key approval from the Federal Communications Commissio...

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Uber engineer Levandowski, accused of massive theft from Google, has been fired

Uber engineer Levandowski, accused of massive theft from Google, has been fired

The Uber engineer at the center of the company's litigation with Waymo, Anthony Levandowski, has been fired. Levandowski's termination was ...

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WCry ransomware worm’s Bitcoin take tops $70k as its spread continues

WCry ransomware worm’s Bitcoin take tops $70k as its spread continues

WCry, the National Security Agency exploit-powered ransomware worm that began spreading worldwide on Friday, had reportedly affected hundred...

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“Genericide” legal assault to nullify the Google trademark fails

“Genericide” legal assault to nullify the Google trademark fails

What do a teleprompter, thermos, hoover, aspirin, and videotape have in common? They were once trademarked but lost their legally protected status bec...

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SpaceX may finally be reaching a nirvana of high flight rates

SpaceX may finally be reaching a nirvana of high flight rates

Due to accidents, production issues, and other factors, SpaceX has in recent years failed to achieve a "high volume" launch rate of a d...

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15-second ads coming to Amazon’s Alexa

15-second ads coming to Amazon’s Alexa

Where there's a media platform popular with consumers, advertisers are never far behind. Case in point, Amazon's digital assistant, Alexa...

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Google phishing attack was foretold by researchers—and it may have used their code

Google phishing attack was foretold by researchers—and it may have used their code

The "Google Docs" phishing attack that wormed its way through thousands of e-mail inboxes earlier this week exploited a threat tha...

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The hijacking flaw that lurked in Intel chips is worse than anyone thought

The hijacking flaw that lurked in Intel chips is worse than anyone thought

A remote hijacking flaw that lurked in Intel chips for seven years was more severe than many people imagined, because it allowed hackers to remotely g...

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Samsung joins the self-driving car gold rush

Samsung joins the self-driving car gold rush

The tech industry has a bad case of four-wheel fever, and it looks like there's no cure in sight. Before too long, it will be impossible to buy a ...

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Yik Yak is finally relegated to the dustbin of Internet history

Yik Yak is finally relegated to the dustbin of Internet history

On Friday, the Yik Yak app officially closed up shop. The company’s founders, Tyler Droll and Brooks Buffington, wrote up a short blog post...

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Fitbit Flex 2 “exploded” on woman’s wrist, leaving second-degree burns

Fitbit Flex 2 “exploded” on woman’s wrist, leaving second-degree burns

Samsung isn't the only company that has had deal with exploding products. A Wisconsin woman told ABC News that her new Fi...

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Acer Predator X27: 4K, HDR, and 144Hz G-Sync for the ultimate gaming monitor

Acer Predator X27: 4K, HDR, and 144Hz G-Sync for the ultimate gaming monitor

Acer has unveiled what may just be the perfect gaming monitor—so long as you don't like ultrawides, at least. The Predator X27 is ...

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>10,000 Windows computers may be infected by advanced NSA backdoor

>10,000 Windows computers may be infected by advanced NSA backdoor

Security experts believe that tens of thousands of Windows computers may have been infected by a highly advanced National Security Agency backdoor. Th...

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Chrome, Firefox, and Opera users beware: This isn’t the apple.com you want

Chrome, Firefox, and Opera users beware: This isn’t the apple.com you want

If you're using Chrome, Firefox, or Opera to view websites, you should be aware of a weakness that can trick even savvy people into trusting malic...

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Report: Google will add an ad blocker to all versions of Chrome Web browser

Report: Google will add an ad blocker to all versions of Chrome Web browser

The Wall Street Journal just dropped a shocker of a report: Google, the biggest Web advertising company in the world, is planning to build an ad ...

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The Xiaomi Mi 6 out-specs the Galaxy S8 for half the price

The Xiaomi Mi 6 out-specs the Galaxy S8 for half the price

With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 finally ready for market, it's time for a round of smartphone updates from the usual suspects. The chip debuted&n...

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New processors are now blocked from receiving updates on old Windows

New processors are now blocked from receiving updates on old Windows

We knew Microsoft was planning to block installation of Windows 7 and 8.1 updates on systems with Intel 7th Generation Core processors (more...

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Feds finally shut down botnet that menaced world for 7 years

Feds finally shut down botnet that menaced world for 7 years

Federal prosecutors say they've dealt a fatal blow to Kelihos, a network of more than 10,000 infected computers that was used to deliver spam, ste...

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Ajit Pai can’t convince websites that killing net neutrality is a good idea

Ajit Pai can’t convince websites that killing net neutrality is a good idea

The plan to eliminate net neutrality rules and replace them with voluntary commitments is not winning over lobbyists for major Internet companies...

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Qualcomm loses legal battle with Blackberry, must pay $815M

Qualcomm loses legal battle with Blackberry, must pay $815M

BlackBerry has won $815 million in an arbitration battle against Qualcomm over royalty payments, the company said today. The award also will incl...

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Do you want to play a game? Ransomware asks for high score instead of money

Do you want to play a game? Ransomware asks for high score instead of money

At this point, Ars readers have heard countless tales of computer users being forced to pay significant sums to unlock files encry...

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How many NSA spy hubs are scooping up your Internet data? I counted 7

How many NSA spy hubs are scooping up your Internet data? I counted 7

A couple of years ago, when I was investigating the UK's safest ISP, a high-ranking employee at Virgin Media told me there was no NSA or...

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X-rays let you see the smallest feature buried in your CPU

X-rays let you see the smallest feature buried in your CPU

The semiconductor industry is beyond remarkable when it comes to the complexity and precision of processes. A modern integrated circuit is n...

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Next-generation DDR5 RAM will double the speed of DDR4 in 2018

Next-generation DDR5 RAM will double the speed of DDR4 in 2018

You may have just upgraded your computer to use DDR4 recently or you may still be using DDR3, but in either case, nothing stays new forever. JEDEC, th...

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We may have just witnessed the dawn of truly commercial spaceflight

We may have just witnessed the dawn of truly commercial spaceflight

Elon Musk had himself a day Thursday. For the first time in history, his company launched a fully reusable first stage of an orbital ro...

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Intel is keeping Moore’s Law alive by making bigger improvements less often

Intel is keeping Moore’s Law alive by making bigger improvements less often

Intel took half a day this week to talk about processor manufacturing technology. The company still believes in Moore's Law and says the principle...

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Microsoft sued for millions over Windows 10 upgrades

Microsoft sued for millions over Windows 10 upgrades

Unhappy Windows 10 users in Illinois are taking Microsoft to court, claiming that problems caused by the Windows 10 upgrade show that it was negl...

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Battle Between Malwarebytes and IOBit Advanced Systemcare

Battle Between Malwarebytes and IOBit Advanced Systemcare

Malwarebytes and Advanced Systemcare have been regarded in-large by users of the tech industry as trustworthy programs for keeping computers clean. To...

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Intel will release 8th-gen Coffee Lake chips this year—still at 14nm

Intel will release 8th-gen Coffee Lake chips this year—still at 14nm

Intel's eighth-generation Core CPUs, codenamed Coffee Lake, will launch in the second half of 2017—far earlier than the 2018 launch period s...

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ISPs are selling your web history

ISPs are selling your web history

The US Senate yesterday voted to eliminate privacy rules that would have forced ISPs to get your consent before selling Web browsing history...

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ISPs say your Web browsing and app usage history isn’t “sensitive”

ISPs say your Web browsing and app usage history isn’t “sensitive”

ISPs that want the federal government to eliminate broadband privacy rules say that your Web browsing and app usage data should not be classified...

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Virtual machine escape fetches $105,000 at Pwn2Own hacking contest

Virtual machine escape fetches $105,000 at Pwn2Own hacking contest

Contestants at this year's Pwn2Own hacking competition in Vancouver just pulled off an unusually impressive feat: they compromised Microsoft's...

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Microsoft’s unprecedented patch delay and silence

Microsoft’s unprecedented patch delay and silence

Last month, Microsoft took the unprecedented step of canceling Patch Tuesday, the company's monthly release of security fixes for its large s...

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Google Chrome restricts background tabs to 1% CPU, prolonging battery life

Google Chrome restricts background tabs to 1% CPU, prolonging battery life

Rejoice, Chrome users! With Chrome 57, released this week, your laptop might soon get more than three hours of battery life when you have multipl...

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The social media “echo chamber” is real

The social media “echo chamber” is real

By making so much information so accessible, social media has drastically changed the way we consume information and form opinions in the modern era. ...

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Elon Musk on batteries for Australia: “Installed in 100 days or it is free”

Elon Musk on batteries for Australia: “Installed in 100 days or it is free”

On Thursday morning, the Australian Financial Review published a story saying that Lyndon Rive, Tesla’s vice president for energy...

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Google is buying data science community Kaggle

Google is buying data science community Kaggle

Google's latest acquisition appears to involve data scientists and machine learning contests. According to TechCrunch sources, the ...

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NASA’s longshot bet on a revolutionary rocket may be about to pay off

NASA’s longshot bet on a revolutionary rocket may be about to pay off

Franklin Chang-Díaz bounds up a handful of stairs and peers through a porthole cut into the side of a silver, tanker-truck-sized vacuum chamber...

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