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Aujourd’hui — 28 mai 2022Flux principal

Rugby : Lyon vainqueur du Challenge européen face à Toulon

Les Lyonnais l’emportent 30 à 12, décrochant ainsi le premier titre européen de leur histoire.

Les joueurs du Lyon Olympique Universitaire (LOU) après leur victoire face au Rugby Club Toulonnais (RCT) en finale du Challenge européen de rugby, au stade Vélodrome de Marseille, le 27 mai 2022.

Bridge returned error 403! (19140)

28 mai 2022 à 02:07
Par : RSS-Bridge

Twitter @Frederic_Molas was unable to receive or process the remote website's content!
Error message: `Unexpected response from upstream`
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Bridge returned error 403! (19140)

28 mai 2022 à 02:07
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Twitter @RER_A was unable to receive or process the remote website's content!
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Bridge returned error 403! (19140)

28 mai 2022 à 02:07
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Twitter @lignel_sncf was unable to receive or process the remote website's content!
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Bridge returned error 403! (19140)

28 mai 2022 à 02:07
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Twitter @lignep_sncf was unable to receive or process the remote website's content!
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'Why Won't Corsair and Dell Just Let Apple's Touch Bar Die Already?'

28 mai 2022 à 02:02
An anonymous reader shares an excerpt from an opinion piece, written by Macworld's Michael Simon: Apple killed its Touch Bar on the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro last year, but PC makers seem determined to prove the company wrong. First Dell introduced the XPS 13 Plus which sports a "new capacitive touch experience that allows you to switch between media and function keys easily." The laptop is available for purchase but back-ordered for weeks, and there haven't been any reviews so we don't know for sure how it will be received, but Dell's touch bar concept seems even less useful than Apple's: the buttons are static, they merely float above the actual keyboard, and they don't appear to add any functionality. Then Dell added a touch bar to the trackpad on the Latitude 9330. [...] Now there's a new PC touch bar, this time on the Voyager a1600, Corsair's first-ever gaming laptop. Corsair hasn't named or even officially announced the new feature -- it only appeared as a sneak peek -- but the company told The Verge that the strip features "10 easy-access customizable S-key shortcut buttons." [...] Corsair's Touch Bar doesn't replace the row of function keys but it is in an odd location -- on the hinge below the display. Even in pictures, it looks incredibly uncomfortable to reach. According to renders, you can still access the Touch Bar when the laptop is closed, which seems like an accident waiting to happen (not to mention a battery drain). But the biggest question I have is: why? No one shed a tear for the Touch Bar when it was killed. While it has its merits, it was never a proper pro-level feature and the implementation didn't evolve past the original idea. It was too skinny, lacked tactile feedback, required constant scrolling, and didn't actually save time. It looked nice, but even Apple didn't seem to know what to do with it. The MacBook Pro Touch Bar was one of Apple's most polarizing features and it never really caught on with developers. Maybe a niche use like gaming or video conferencing will have better results, but ultimately the Touch Bar, Apple's or otherwise, is a failed concept that should stay in the past.

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Broadcom To 'Focus On Rapid Transition To Subscription' For VMware

28 mai 2022 à 01:20
Broadcom has signaled its $61 billion acquisition of VMware will involve a "rapid transition from perpetual licenses to subscriptions." The Register reports: That's according to Tom Krause, president of the Broadcom Software Group, on Thursday's Broadcom earnings call. He was asked how the semiconductor giant plans to deliver on its guidance that VMware will add approximately $8.5 billion of pro forma EBITDA to Broadcom within three years of the deal closing -- significant growth given VMware currently produces about $4.7 billion. And subscriptions was the answer. Krause also repeatedly said Broadcom intends to invest in VMware's key product portfolio and is pleased to be acquiring a sales organization and channel relationships that give it reach Broadcom does not currently enjoy. [...] Krause and Broadcom CEO Hock Tan both said Broadcom plans to nurture VMware's 300,000-plus customer base. The move to subscription-based licensing will apparently happen over the course of the next few years. [...] VMware may also experience slower growth in the short term due to the licensing shift. Krause said Broadcom is willing to live with lower margins for VMware than it expects from CA and Symantec, with R&D to benefit as a result. The software boss pledged ongoing investment and innovation for VMware's core infrastructure products, naming vSphere, VSAN, vRealize and NSX as the subjects of ongoing love and attention

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Mesa's Lavapipe Now Officially Vulkan 1.2 Conformant

28 mai 2022 à 01:00
Lavapipe as Mesa's software/CPU-based Vulkan implementation akin to LLVMpipe for OpenGL is now officially Vulkan 1.2 conformant...

Challenge Cup : en vidéo le résumé du sacre de Lyon face à Toulon

Lyon a décroché son premier titre continental en dominant largement Toulon (30-12), vendredi soir à Marseille, en finale de la Challenge Cup.

Les Lyonnais ivres de joie à l'issue de la finale européenne, remportée 30 à 12 face aux Toulonnais.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor : la suite de Jedi Fallen Order s'annonce en vidéo

28 mai 2022 à 00:11
La suite de Star Wars : Jedi Fallen Order était déjà sur toutes les lèvres depuis bien des lunes, il ne lui manquait qu'une confirmation. C'est désormais chose faite : Star Wars : Jedi Survivor arrivera donc dès 2023 sur PC et consoles de nouvelle génération.

GoodWill Ransomware Forces Victims To Donate To the Poor

28 mai 2022 à 00:40
New submitter Grokew writes: "GoodWill ransomware group propagates very unusual demands in exchange for the decryption key," reports CloudSEK. "The Robin Hood-like group is forcing its victims to donate to the poor and provides financial assistance to the patients in need." ["Once infected, the GoodWill ransomware worm encrypts documents, photos, videos, databases, and other important files and renders them inaccessible without the decryption key," reports CloudSEK.] In order for the victims to obtain the decryption keys, they must provide proof of donating to the homeless, sharing a meal with the less fortunate, and pay a debt of someone who can't afford it. [The decryption kit includes the main decryption tool, password file and a video tutorial on how to recover all important files. It's only given to infected users after the three activities are verified by the ransomware operators, who appear to be operating out of India.]

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