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Aujourd’hui — 20 septembre 2019Informatique & geek

“Grassroots” anti-Amazon nonprofit turns out to be retailer astroturfing

Par Kate Cox
The Amazon logo at the entrance of a logistics center in France, July 2019.

Enlarge / The Amazon logo at the entrance of a logistics center in France, July 2019. (credit: Denis Charlet | AFP | Getty )

It's no secret that retailers who compete with Amazon for consumer dollars want regulators to take a closer look at the way their titanic, globe-spanning rival works. They've openly said so, many times. And yet, three major firms reportedly spent a great deal of time and effort obscuring their ties to a nonprofit that exists to rally support against Amazon.

The nonprofit, called the Free and Fair Markets Initiative, describes itself as "a nonprofit watchdog committed to scrutinizing Amazon’s harmful practices and promoting a fair, modern marketplace that works for all Americans." According to a new report today from The Wall Street Journal, however, the group is funded by rivals, including Walmart, Oracle, and mall-owner Simon, who all have a strong financial interest in dethroning Amazon.

All three are competing fiercely with Amazon in their own market sectors. Walmart, the nation's biggest big-box store, competes in retail, selling goods and groceries. Oracle competes in Internet services and has been fighting against Amazon, for example, to secure a $10 billion government contract. And Simon, the country's largest mall owner, is at the front and center of the retail apocalypse and all the dead malls that retail bankruptcies leave in their wake.

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AMD’s Ryzen 9 3950X, Threadripper on hold until November

Par Jim Salter
That "premiering with 24 cores" fine print is our only concrete clue about November's Threadripper launch.

Enlarge / That "premiering with 24 cores" fine print is our only concrete clue about November's Threadripper launch. (credit: AMD)

AMD announced in a surprise email today that its Ryzen 9 3950X, originally slated for launch this month, has been delayed until November, when it and new Zen 2 Threadripper CPUs will debut:

We are focusing on meeting the strong demand for our 3rd generation AMD Ryzen processors in the market and now plan to launch both the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X and initial members of the 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor family in volume this November. We are confident that when enthusiasts get their hands on the world’s first 16-core mainstream desktop processor and our next-generation of high-end desktop processors, the wait will be well worth it.

The 3950X will be a 16-core, 32-thread desktop CPU running with a 4.7GHz boost clock, with a suggested retail price of $749. Details on the Threadrippers debuting next month are thinner, although graphics describe it as "premiering with 24 cores." Presumably, we'll eventually see Zen 2 Threadrippers with 32 cores and 64 threads to match the last generation's 2990WX. Although there haven't been any official statements, rumors are floating around about one existing Threadripper 3000 32-core CPU—user benchmarks claiming to be from an engineering sample showed up at Geekbench last month.

The delay of Ryzen 9 3950X's launch—along with extreme shortages of the already-launched Ryzen 9 3900X—leads to obvious supply line speculation. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the foundry AMD uses for its Zen 2 processors (and Apple uses for the 7nm A13 CPU in the iPhone 11), recently increased its lead time for new orders from two months to six. This increased lead should not directly affect the 3950X or Threadripper launches, since the silicon for those processors would have been ordered months ago.But it is an indication that TSMC may be approaching production or binning limits.

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Ori and the Blind Forest : la démo et les précommandes sont disponibles sur l'eShop

L'ancienne exclusivité Microsoft, Ori and the Blind Forest, vous propose de prendre votre mal en patience en téléchargeant la démo du jeu. En effet, il est possible de parcourir le monde onirique d’Ori and the Blind Forest en vous procurant la démo du...

Medicine show: Crown Sterling demos 256-bit RSA key-cracking at private event

Par Sean Gallagher
Robert Grant, Crown Sterling CEO and founder, emcee'd a demonstration of crypto-cracking at an event yesterday. Cryptographers were not impressed.

Enlarge / Robert Grant, Crown Sterling CEO and founder, emcee'd a demonstration of crypto-cracking at an event yesterday. Cryptographers were not impressed. (credit: Crown Sterling, via YouTube)

On September 19, in a conference room at the Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Beach, California, Crown Sterling CEO Robert Grant, COO Joseph Hopkins, and a pair of programmers staged a demonstration of Grant's claimed cryptography-cracking algorithm. Before an audience that a Crown Sterling spokesperson described as "approximately 100 academics and business professionals," Grant and Hopkins had their minions generate two pairs of 256-bit RSA encryption keys and then derive the prime numbers used to generate them from the public key in about 50 seconds.

In a phone interview with Ars Technica today, Grant said the video was filmed during a "business session" at the event. The "academic" presentation, which went into math behind his claims and a new paper yet to be published, was attended by "mostly people from local colleges," Hopkins said. Grant said that he didn't know who attended both sessions, and the CEO added that he didn't have access to the invitation list.

During the presentation, Grant called out to Chris Novak, the global director of Verizon Enterprise Solutions' Threat Research Advisory Center, naming him as a member of Crown Sterling's advisory board. The shout-out was during introductory remarks that Grant made about a survey of chief information security officers that the company had conducted. The survey found only 3% had an understanding of the fundamental math behind encryption.

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Fortnite : un événement Batman aura lieu à partir du 21 septembre

Dans quelques heures seulement, les joueurs de Fortnite pourront participer à un événement consacré à l'univers de Batman. En effet, sur le compte YouTube officiel de Fortnite, un décompte a débuté et il s'agit tout simplement de la grande première de...

AT&T tells court: Customers can’t sue over sale of phone location data

Par Jon Brodkin
The AT&T logo displayed on a smartphone screen.

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AT&T is trying to force customers into arbitration in order to avoid a class-action complaint over the telecom's former practice of selling users' real-time location data.

In a motion to compel arbitration filed last week, AT&T said that plaintiffs agreed to arbitrate disputes with AT&T when they entered into wireless service contracts. The plaintiffs, who are represented by Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) attorneys, will likely argue that the arbitration clause is invalid.

The case is pending in US District Court for the Northern District of California. In March 2018, a judge in the same court ruled that AT&T could not use its arbitration clause to avoid a class-action lawsuit over the company's throttling of unlimited mobile data plans. That's because the California Supreme Court had ruled in McGill v. Citibank "that an arbitration agreement that waives the right to seek the statutory remedy of public injunctive relief in any forum is contrary to California public policy and therefore unenforceable," the District Court judge wrote at the time.

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Cybersecurity company tops Glassdoor list of highest paying firms at $170,929 annually

Find out which companies are at the top of Glassdoor's highest-paying salary list in a new wide-ranging survey.
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 21:03

Peertube doesnt work in Chrome 77.0.3865.90

Par @stsheep stsheep sur Framacolibri - Latest topics

@stsheep wrote:

Today I found out that on my instance I can’t watch videos.
my friend with the previous version of Chrome was able to watch them.
After he updated to the latest chrome version he can’t watch videos on any PeerTube instances.

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  • 20 septembre 2019 à 21:02

Tesla prévoit de sortir l’une des voitures les plus rapides au monde en 2021

Par Arthur Vera

Tesla Roadster

Elon Musk prévoit de présenter sa prochaine Tesla Roadster en 2021, la voiture a pris un peu de retard par rapport à la date annoncée initialement.

ADATA Releases the XPG SX8100 SSD: Make It Fast & Hold the Bling

Par Anton Shilov

While many gaming-branded components come adorned in RGB LEDs, there is thankfully still a market for plainer and saner products. To that end, ADATA has introduced its new family of high-end SSDs — the XPG SX8100 — that promises leading-edge performance without any unnecessary bling.

Intending its XPG SX8100 SSDs as high-end parts aimed at performance-demanding consumers, ADATA will offer them in 512 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB configurations. The drives are based on Realtek’s RTS5762 controller (8 NAND channels, PCIe 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.3, LDPC, etc.) and 3D TLC NAND, and like virtually all mainstream NVMe drives, the SX8100 comes in M.2-2280 form-factor. The new family of SSDs is ADATA’s second lineup of drives (after the XPG Spectrix S40G) to use Realtek's top-of-the-range controller.

As far as performance is concerned, ADATA rates the drives for up to 3.5 GB/s sequential read speeds and up to 3 GB/s sequential write speeds when SLC caching is used (data based on CDN benchmark, other benchmarks show lower numbers, more information is available here). As for random performance, the SX8100 drives can hit up to 300K/240K random read/write 4K IOPS, which is a bit lower when compared to the XPG Spectrix S40G.

One of the possible reasons why ADATA rates random performance of the XPG SX8100 below that of the blingy XPG Spectrix S40G could be because the new drives are not equipped with a heat spreader. While these are not necessary for moment-to-moment usage, they can help to sustain performance under high loads when these high-end controllers get hot. The upside to forgoing a heatsink however is that it allows the XPG SX8100 to be used with laptops, as well as any other devices that can't fit an M.2 drive with a heatsink.

When it comes to endurance and reliability levels, ADATA’s XPG SX8100 drives are covered with a five-year warranty and are rated for 320 TB, 640 TB or 1280 TB written, depending on the drive's capacity. Overall, the drives are good enough for around 0.3 DWPD over a five-year period, which in line with other modern consumer-grade SSDs.

ADATA XPG SX8100 Specifications
Capacity 512 GB 1 TB 2 TB
Model Number ASX8100NP-512GT-C ASX8100NP-1TT-C ASX8100NP-2TT-C
Controller Realtek RTS5762
Form-Factor, Interface M.2-2280, PCIe 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.3
Sequential Read 3500 MB/s
Sequential Write 2400 MB/s 3000 MB/s
Random Read IOPS 300K IOPS 290K IOPS 290K IOPS
Random Write IOPS 240K IOPS 240K IOPS 240K IOPS
Pseudo-SLC Caching Supported
DRAM Buffer Yes, using Realtek's Partial DRAM Firmware Architecture
Actual capacity is unknown
TCG Opal Encryption No
Power Management DevSleep, Slumber (0.14 W).
Warranty 5 years
MTBF 2,000,000 hours
TBW 320 TB 640 TB 1280 TB
MSRP $89.99 $159.99 $329.99
Additional Information Link

ADATA will start sales of its XPG 8100 SSDs in the near future for $89.99 - $329.99 depending on capacity. Expect real-world prices of these drives to be below those of the XPG Spectrix S40G (which uses the same controller) and more or less in line with those of the XPG 8200 Pro (which offers similar performance).

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iOS 13 ships with known lockscreen bypass flaw that exposes contacts

Par Dan Goodin
iOS 13 ships with known lockscreen bypass flaw that exposes contacts

Enlarge (credit: Jose Rodriguez)

Apple released iOS 13 with a bunch of new features. But it also released the new OS with something else: a bug disclosed seven days ago that exposes contact details without requiring a passcode or biometric identification first.

Independent researcher Jose Rodriguez published a video demonstration of the flaw exactly one week ago. It can be exploited by receiving a FaceTime call and then using the voiceover feature from Siri to access the contact list. From there, an unauthorized person could get names, phone numbers, email addresses, and any other information stored in the phone’s contacts list.

Rodriquez’s video was the topic of more than 100 news articles over the past week. Since iOS 13 was in beta when it first appeared, I assumed Apple developers would fix the bypass in time for yesterday's release. Alas, they didn’t, and it’s not clear why.

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Cube World dévoile enfin la date de sortie de la version définitive

Bien que le titre semblait définitivement abandonné par son créateur après six ans d'alpha, Cube World a fait récemment parler de lui pour nous dévoiler la fenêtre de sortie de la version définitive du jeu. Une sortie qui arrive donc plus tôt que prévu...

Epic Games Store a payé 9,49 millions d'euros pour obtenir Control en exclusivité

Malgré les nombreuses offres semaine après semaine, comme la collection Batman qui est actuellement disponible gratuitement sur l'Epic Games Store, l'éditeur Epic Games continue de recevoir les foudres des joueurs, la faute à une stratégie commerciale...

Western Digital to Exit Storage Systems: Sells Off IntelliFlash Division

Par Anton Shilov

Western Digital this week announced that it has made a strategic decision to leave the market for dedicated storage systems, as further development of its IntelliFlash and ActiveScale businesses would require additional investments and management focus. The company will sell off its IntelliFlash business to DDN (a specialist in storage systems, AI, and big data) and will explore various strategic options for ActiveScale.

The storage systems market is rather lucrative, but extremely competitive. Over the years, both Western Digital (as well as its HGST division) and SanDisk acquired numerous companies that specialized on hardware and software for datacenter storage, as well as on all-flash storage arrays in order to build highly-competitive storage systems (more details in our coverage of the Western Digital - SanDisk acquisition). Because many product families overlapped each other when Western Digital took over SanDisk in 2016, numerous lineups were divested.

At present, Western Digital only offers IntelliFlash all-flash and hybrid storage systems as well as ActiveScale cloud storage systems. While both product lines look solid in general, they have to compete against broad families of storage systems designed by such giants as Dell EMC, HPE, IBM, NetApp, and Hitachi that control over 50% of the market (according to IDC). Competing against multi-billion enterprises is tough. Moreover, Western Digital supplies its products to many developers of storage systems and the latter certainly do not appreciate it when their suppliers compete against them.

After closing out its storage systems business, Western Digital will continue to offer its storage servers (including JBOX, JBOD, hybrid, and specialized machines) for customers with their own software and infrastructure. Furthermore, the company will keep developing its scalable and flexible OpenFlex NVMe-over-Fabric composable architecture. Essentially, Western Digital will refocus from storage systems to storage platforms, which is a more hardware-centric business.

Here is what Mike Cordano, president and chief operating officer of Western Digital, had to say:

“As we look to the future, scaling and accelerating growth opportunities for IntelliFlash and ActiveScale will require additional management focus and investment to ensure long-term success. By refocusing our Data Center Systems resources on our Storage Platforms business, we are confident that the Western Digital portfolio will be better positioned to capture significant opportunities ahead and drive long-term value creation.”

Under the terms of the agreement with DDN (DataDirect Networks), the latter will buyout the entire IntelliFlash business unit for an undisclosed sum. Furthermore, the two companies will expand their current collaboration through a multi-year strategic sourcing contract, under which DDN will increase its purchase of Western Digital’s HDDs and SSDs.

Western Digital and DDN expect the deal to close later this year.

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Source: Western Digital

WeWork licencie pour économiser, et fête ça avec de la tequila

Par Hadrien Augusto

WeWork licenciement

En licenciant 7 % de son personnel en 2016, WeWork aurait organisé une réunion un peu spéciale pour une partie des autres employés. Une soirée arrosée et musicale.

Metro 2033 Redux et Everything bientôt disponibles gratuitement sur Epic Games Store

Bien que les joueurs peuvent d'ores et déjà jouer sans payer à deux collections complètes Batman, soit un total de six jeux, Epic Games Store nous donne déjà un rendez-vous pour la semaine prochaine pour profiter de deux jeux gratuits supplémentaires. À...

Sacklers threaten to scrap opioid deal if they aren’t shielded from lawsuits

Par Beth Mole
PURDUE PHARMA, STAMFORD, CT, UNITED STATES - 2019/09/12: Members of P.A.I.N. (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now) and Truth Pharm staged a protest on September 12, 2019 outside Purdue Pharma headquarters in Stamford, over their recent controversial opioid settlement.

Enlarge / PURDUE PHARMA, STAMFORD, CT, UNITED STATES - 2019/09/12: Members of P.A.I.N. (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now) and Truth Pharm staged a protest on September 12, 2019 outside Purdue Pharma headquarters in Stamford, over their recent controversial opioid settlement. (credit: Getty | Erik McGregor)

Lawyers for OxyContin-maker Purdue Pharma filed a new complaint late Wednesday threatening that the company’s mega-rich owners, the Sackler family, could pull out of a proposed multi-billion-dollar opioid settlement deal if a bankruptcy judge doesn’t shield the family from outstanding state lawsuits.

Purdue’s lawyers argue that if the lawsuits continue, the Sacklers will have to waste “hundreds of millions of dollars” on legal costs that could otherwise go to claimants in the settlement. The family's lawyers added that in that event, the family “may be unwilling—or unable—to make the billions of dollars of contributions” to the proposed settlement.

State attorneys general, however, argue that the tactic is yet another move designed to shield the Sacklers and their ill-gotten wealth.

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AMD Pushes Back 3rd Gen Threadripper & Ryzen 9 3950X Until November

While the Ryzen 9 3950X and 3rd Gen Ryzen Threadripper processors were reportedly on track for launching in October with updates as of a few weeks ago, today AMD announced a slight delay in launching these new processors...
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 19:24

Apple releases iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and Apple Watch series 5

Par Samuel Axon
Another view of the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Enlarge / The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. (credit: Samuel Axon)

Today, Apple shipped units of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max handsets to customers who ordered online, and the phones went on sale in stores around the world. Apple also launched a new Apple Watch, the series 5, today.

Ship times for online orders are already getting long, though. Consumers might have trouble finding the phones in stores today if they hadn't already pre-ordered or stood in line at stores this morning. The US Apple Store website indicates that most configurations of the iPhone 11 Pro will deliver between October 11 and 18 if ordered today. The iPhone 11 looks like it will have a little bit more availability; estimates for delivery are around October 2.

Apple also reopened its Fifth Avenue Apple Store in New York City to considerable fanfare today, with executives in attendance for the product launches.

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How to add GitHub support to Jenkins

Add your GitHub repository to the powerful Jenkins automation platform.
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 19:06

[VIDÉO] Vous n’avez pas suivi l’IFA ? On fait le point sur toutes les innovations marquantes en 2019

Par Remi Lou

Présentation : Anh Phan / Montage : Rémi Lou

En conclusion de cet IFA 2019 ? Pas de révolution, tout en évolution, et donc pas tellement de surprise, maintenant que la plupart des grands constructeurs font désormais leurs propres événements en marge des salons. Mais qu’importe, c’était l’occasion de rêver sur le monde de demain, avec des produits bien réels qui vont prochainement débarquer dans nos vies. À l’année prochaine ! 

iPhone 11 Pro - Le JDH nous livre leur avis en vidéo

Après un bref avis sur les différentes versions du Huawei Mate 30. Le Journal du HardWare en compagnie de Melinda de LCI décide de nous donner leur verdict sur le tout dernier smartphone d'Apple : le iPhone 11 Pro. Dans cette nouvelle vidéo, Melinda nous...

Test Zelda : Link’s Awakening sur Nintendo Switch, le droit d’être (un peu) déçu ?

Par Stéphane Ficca

Test Zelda Link's Awakening Switch Collector

Lancé initialement en 1993 sur GameBoy, Zelda : Link's Awakening est de retour en 2019, sur Nintendo Switch. Notre test complet, sans langue de bois.

AMD: Next Gen Threadripper and Ryzen 9 3950X, Coming November

Par Dr. Ian Cutress

In a shock email late on Friday, AMD has released a statement to clarify the situation it is in with its latest Ryzen processors. There's a positive, that the next generation of Threadripper processors will enter the market in November, but the negative is that AMD is delaying its release of the 16 core Ryzen 9 3950X until November as well, citing a high demand for these parts and time is needed to ensure that sufficient stock is available.

The statement from AMD says:

We are focusing on meeting the strong demand for our 3rd generation AMD Ryzen processors in the market and now plan to launch both the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X and initial members of the 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor family in volume this November. We are confident that when enthusiasts get their hands on the world’s first 16-core mainstream desktop processor and our next-generation of high-end desktop processors, the wait will be well worth it.

As far as we understand, this is nothing to do with recent reports of TSMC requiring 6 months for new 7nm orders: the silicon for these processors would have been ordered months ago, with the only real factor being binning and meeting demand. It will be interesting to see how the intersection of the 16 core with next gen Ryzen will play out. 

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La trottinette électrique Mercedes sera disponible en début d’année prochaine

Par Bruno Clairet
Parmi toutes les annonces du salon de l’automobile de Francfort, la déclaration de Mercedes concernant sa trottinette électrique est passée inaperçue. Rien n’a filtré sur ses spécifications, mais on sait déjà qu’elle a été conçue en partenariat avec Micro et qu’elle sera disponible en début d’année prochaine.





Ubisoft ouvre un nouveau studio à Montpellier

Signe d'une santé retrouvée : l'éditeur Ubisoft vient d'annoncer l'ouverture d'un nouveau studio de développement à Montpellier pour 2021.

  • 20 septembre 2019 à 18:40

Ad Astra: A journey upriver to meet your demons, internal and otherwise

Par John Timmer

Brad Pitt stars as an astronaut in search of his long-lost father (Tommy Lee Jones) in Ad Astra.

On its own, the title of this week's blockbuster release—Ad Astra, Latin for "to the stars"—doesn't tell you much about what the film is about. The trailers haven't done much to clarify, promising everything from family drama to violent car chases on the Moon.

None of the details provide much clarity, either. The movie was co-written and directed by James Gray, whose films have tended to be on the critically acclaimed, publicly obscure end of the spectrum and are set in realistic versions of the present. Yet this one is clearly set in a sci-fi future and is loomed over by enormous Hollywood figures including Jones, Pitt, and Donald Sutherland.

The movie holds together much better than that description might suggest. While there's plenty here to nitpick, the film offers an interesting vision of the future and a plot that enables its focused human drama to become central to that future. What follows is a review that will attempt to spoil nothing that wasn't already revealed in the trailers.

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Des planètes pourraient tourner autour d’un trou noir supermassif plutôt qu’une étoile

Par Nelly Lesage

Les planètes sont-elles forcément en orbite autour d'une étoile ? Des scientifiques pensent que ces astres pourraient aussi se former autour d'un trou noir supermassif. [Lire la suite]

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Huawei Mate 30 : nos premières impressions sur le téléphone sans Android

Annoncé pas plus tard qu'hier, le Mate 30, le smartphone signé Huawei, a su séduire son public grâce à son design épuré et courbé, mais malheureusement ce dernier marque l'absence du système d'exploitation Android de Google. EMUI 10, la version basée...

How do you manage software and saves on a second Switch? It’s complicated

Par Kyle Orland
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With the launch of the Switch Lite this week, a lot of families are going to be adding a second, more portable Switch to their household. This is definitely doable, but there are some important caveats to keep in mind, especially if you purchase downloadable games from the eShop.

To help clarify the whole process, here's a quick run-down of how juggling software and accounts between multiple Switch units works in practice.

Setup and save data transfer

When you first turn on your second Switch, you're offered the opportunity to import your account and user data created on another Switch. The system will ask if you currently have the Switch from which you want to import data and if you'll be keeping that original system going forward.

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Le pack Planescape : Torment et Icewind Dale remasterisés ouvre ses précommandes

Les amoureux de RPG old-school pourront bientôt se replonger dans deux expériences mythiques sur leur console, Planescape : Torment et Icewind Dale : Enhanced Edition. Ces éditions remasterisées à destination de la PlayStation 4, de la Xbox One et de...

Apex Legends : le personnage de Crypto se dévoile dans un court-métrage

Par Jason Mathurin
Crédits : Apex

La saison 3 d’Apex Legends va débuter ce 1er octobre 2019, rapporte Engadget. Une mise à jour qui va inclure pas moins de 100 items en jeu, un nouvel arsenal d’armes, dont un nouveau Battle pass contenant une nouvelle arme – le Charge Rifle -, un mode de ligues classées amélioré mais surtout, un nouveau personnage jouable : Crypto, qui donne son nom à cette nouvelle saison. Dans le même temps que l’annonce de la saison 3, Respawn, le studio derrière Apex Legends, a dévoilé “Forever Family” ; une courte séquence vidéo dévoilant le background de Crypto. On y voit le personnage  sauter de toits en toits et rejoindre les rues d’Angel City, pour fuir ses assaillants. Un teaser qui aura de quoi régaler les fans de Titanfall et Titanfall 2, autre jeu signé Respawn.

Pour ceux qui n’ont pas encore plongé dans l’univers d’Apex Legends, il s’agit d’un jeu de Battle Royal en free-to-play souvent considéré comme le concurrent direct de Fortnite, dans lequel s’affrontent en équipe des héros, chacun dotés de particularités qui leur sont propres. Gibraltar, dit la forteresse blindée, Mirage l’illusionniste holographique ou encore Nathalie Wattson, la défenseuse statique et maintenant Crypto. La biographie officielle de Crypto le présente comme un personnage “cool, calme, recueilli, qui déploie des drones de surveillance spécialisés pour participer au combat et rester à l’abri des projecteurs”. Crypto vous permettra d’agir dans l’ombre et d’épauler vos camarades de jeu à distance. Il assurera le monitoring, afin de permettre à l’équipe de prendre le dessus sur leurs adversaires.

Google Maps : le mode incognito pour cacher ses trajets passe en test à grande échelle

Par Julien Lausson

Maps incognito

Google Maps expérimente un mode incognito pour cacher ses trajets et ses visites. La fonctionnalité a été annoncée cette année. [Lire la suite]

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Telex : Le Mate 30 orphelin d'apps Google, Atempo lève 8 M€, Deutsche Telekom choisit le PRA de VMware

- Le Mate 30 de Huawei s'émancipe de Google. Le dernier smartphone du fabricant chinois sortira le mois prochain et tournera bien sous Android 10 (...)
  • 20 septembre 2019 à 18:08

FIFA 20 : Peu d'innovations, mais un contenu encore plus copieux

Quelques semaines après PES, c’est FIFA qui dévoile son jeu avec un épisode qui s’annonçait des plus prometteurs en terme de contenu : Volta, FUT, carrière, licences officielles, la série continue de cocher toutes les cases du jeu de football susceptible...

Respawn (Titanfall, Apex Legends) tease l'arrivée de son jeu VR

Avec sa série Titanfall, Respawn Entertainment s'est imposé comme un poids lourd dans le domaine du shooter. Alors que le Battle Royale Apex Legends a prouvé que ce studio avait de la ressource, une nouvelle production originale s'apprête à être annoncée. Il...

Les infos qu'il ne fallait pas manquer le 20 septembre : Steam, Final Fantasy VII, Outer Wilds,...

La rédaction vous propose de faire un petit tour d'horizon des news les plus importantes du 20 septembre : * L’UFC-Que Choisir remporte son procès contre Steam sur la question de la revente des copies numériques : L’UFC-Que Choisir vient de communiquer...

YouTube devient comme la télévision, et ce n’est pas forcément négatif

Par Louise Millon

YouTube excuses

Depuis le premier contenu partagé sur YouTube en 2005, la plateforme de vidéo a changé en profondeur, donnant naissance à la monétisation et à plusieurs professions. Au fil des années, celle-ci a également poussé les YouTubeurs à adopter un comportement propre à celui de la télévision.

Western Digital Launches iNAND IX EM132: eMMC SSDs For Embedded Industrial Applications

Par Anton Shilov

Western Digital this week has introduced its first family of embedded eMMC storage devices for industrial and IoT applications. Based on the company's 64-layer BiCS3 3D TLC NAND memory, the new iNAND IX EM132 drives offer up to 310 MB/s read speeds as well as enhanced endurance and reliability by supporting various features designed specifically for embedded, commercial, industrial, and similar environments.

Western Digital’s iNAND IX EM132 embedded flash drives are based around an in-house controller that supports an eMMC 5.1 HS400 interface along with an advanced ECC, wear leveling, bad block management, and RPMB (replay protect memory block). The eMMC drives also support smart partitioning (multiple partitions with different features and purposes to provide device makers some additional flexibility), auto/manual data refresh (automatically rewrites all the information to ensure that even rarely accessed data is available when needed), as well as all the usual management and monitoring interfaces you'd expect from a contemporary SSD.

Available in an industry-standard BGA package that measures by 11.5×13×1 mm, Western Digital is offering capacities between 16 GB and 256 GB. When it comes to performance, the eMMC drives are rated for up to 310 MB/s sequential read speeds, up to 150 MB/s sequential write speeds, and up to 20/12.5K random read/write IOPS. As for endurance, the drives are rated for up to 693 TB to be written, though that rating is likely based on the high-capacity SKUs.

Western Digital will offer Commerical, Industrial Wide as well as Industrial Extended versions of its iNAND IX EM132 eMMC drives. The Industrial Wide devices feature an operating temperature rating between -25°C and 85°C, whereas the Industrial Extended can operate in the most extreme environments with temperature ranges between -40°C and 85°C.

Western Digital’s iNAND IX EM132 Embedded Flash Drives
  General Specifications
JEDEC Specification v5.1, HS400
Flash Type 64-layer BiCS3 3D TLC NAND
Density 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, 256 GB
Sequential Read/Write 310 MB/s
150 MB/s
Random Read/Write 20K / 12.5K
Operating Temperature Industrial Wide: -40°C to 85°C
Industrial Extended: -40°C to 85°C
TBW up to 693 TB
Core Voltage 2.7 V - 3.6 V
I/O Voltage 1.7 V - 1.95 V or 2.7 V - 3.6 V
Package 153-ball FBGA (11.5 × 13.0 × 1.3 mm)

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Source: Western Digital

OnePlus annonce le déploiement d’Oxygen OS 10.0 basé sur Android 10 sur ses OnePlus 7 et OnePlus 7 Pro

Par Gregori Pujol

La mise à jour sera disponible ce samedi, elle sera reçue par un nombre limité d’utilisateurs dès samedi et aura un déploiement plus large dans les prochains jours si tout se passe bien.

Source : @OnePlus

Voici la liste des nouveautés :

  • Système
    • Mise à niveau vers Android 10
    • Nouveau design de l’UI
    • Autorisations de localisation plus poussées pour une confidentialité mieux contrôlée
    • Nouvelle fonctionnalité de personnalisation dans les paramètres permettant notamment de choisir les formes d’icônes à afficher dans les paramètres rapides
  • Gestes en plein écran
    • Ajout de balayages vers l’intérieur depuis le bord gauche ou droit de l’écran pour revenir en arrière
    • Ajout d’une barre de navigation inférieure pour permettre de défiler à gauche ou à droite dans les applications récentes
  • Game Space
    • La nouvelle fonctionnalité Game Space regroupe tous les jeux en un seul endroit pour un accès plus facile et une meilleure expérience de jeu.
  • Affichage intelligent
    • Informations intelligentes prises en charge basées sur les heures, les lieux et les événements spécifiques pour Ambient Display (Paramètres > Affichage > Ambient Display > Smart Display)
  • Message
    • Il est maintenant possible de bloquer les spams par mot clé pour Message (Messages – Spam – Paramètres – Paramètres de blocage)

PS5 : Quels objectifs après le succès de la PS4 ?

La nouvelle génération de machines se prépare avec une vitesse qui s'accroît peu à peu chez les constructeurs. Alors que Microsoft a cette année choisi l'E3 2019 pour présenter plus avant la nouvelle génération de Xbox prévue pour fin 2020, Sony a, de...

Untitled Goose Game review: HONNNNNNK

Par Sam Machkovech
Untitled Goose Game screenshot

Enlarge / *record scratch* *freeze frame* Yep, that's me. You're probably wondering how I ended up in this situation... of being a cantankerous, honking goose. (credit: House House)

Ack! The tall human grabbed a broom! HONK!

No, no, no, no, no, run away, run away! I'm gonna lift my worthless wings (curse these loosey-goosey things) and trot away, trot trot trot. Don't sweep me, ma'am...

OK. Whew. Gosh, in the madness of running away, I forgot that I have her carrot. It's in my beak.

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Huawei Watch GT 2 : 14 jours d’autonomie

Par Pierre Lecourt

Huawei vient de faire la présentation de ses nouveaux modèles de smartphones avec en toile de fond les soucis de la marque avec l’administration US. Mis à part ses smartphones, le constructeur présentait également une nouvelle version de sa montre Best Seller, la Huawei Watch GT 2.

La première montre GT de Huawei s’est écoulée à plus de 10 millions d’exemplaires et a permis au constructeur de s’imposer comme un acteur important de ce marché. Le nouveau modèle ne bouleverse donc pas énormément les habitudes et mise sur  l’autonomie pour séduire.


La Huawei Watch GT 2 promet donc jusqu’à 14 jours d’autonomie en utilisation classique pour le modèle 46 mm. Un peu moins pour la version 42 mm qui se distingue par un design moins épais. Les deux proposent un écran OLED de même taille. 1.39 pouces avec une belle luminosité de 1000 nits maximum. 

Le modèle 46 mm mesurera 45.9 de diamètre pour 10.7 mm d’épaisseur pour 41 grammes. La version 42 mm affichera 41.8 pour 9.4 mm et 29 grammes.

La marque a retenu la proposition d’un affichage toujours actif ce qui la distingue de beaucoup de montres concurrentes. Pas besoin d’effectuer un mouvement de poignet pour lire l’heure, la montre affichera en permanence son cadran.


La marque promet également de meilleures performances avec un SoC ARM Kirin A1 de HiSilicon, sa filiale spécialisée dans le développement de puces ARM. Il s’agit d’une puce intéressante puisqu’elle propose du Bluetooth 5.1 BLE pour des transmissions à la fois longue portée et rapides. Ainsi la montre Watch GT 2 promet des passages d’appels en Bluetooth sur des distances de 150 mètres avec son smartphone. On pourra décrocher et discuter via sa montre et une oreillette même si on a oublié son smartphone dans sa veste. Le SoC permettra également d’envoyer un signal BT-UHD (Bluetooth Ultra High-Definition Audio) pouvant atteindre 2.3 Mbps. La montre accueillant un stockage interne, il sera possible de s’en servir comme lecteur musical en balade.


D’un point de vue performances pures, les besoins de la montre ne sont pas énormément différents de la première génération. La GT1 tournait avec un SoC ARM Cortex-M4, la nouvelle solution sera deux fois plus puissante. La marque continue d’exploiter LiteOS, un Linux développé pour ces appareils spécifiquement et qui propose ses propres interactions.

On retrouvera donc de nombreux modes sportifs, les fonctions de base habituelles comme la fréquence cardiaque, une fonction podomètre, les notifications, alarmes et autres fonctions chronomètres. A noter que le capteur cardiaque fonctionnera sous l’eau ce qui devrait, puisque la montre est étanche, intéresser les nageurs.

La Huawei Watch GT 2 46mm est annoncée à 249 euros, la 42 mm à 229 euros. La date de commercialisation prévue en Europe est prévue pour le mois d’Octobre… si tout va bien.

Huawei Watch GT 2 : 14 jours d’autonomie © 2019

Mega Drive Mini : Ken Bogard et Silent_Jay nous délivrent leurs premières impressions

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Bon plan : smartphone Mi 9 Lite, trottinette électrique M365 Pro et vélo électrique Himo C20

Le smartphone Mi 9 Lite de Xiaomi est déjà proposé par Tomtop. Également sous l'égide de la marque Xiaomi, la trottinette électrique M365 Pro et le vélo électrique Himo C20.

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Afterparty : La fête commencera le mois prochain

Après nous avoir proposé le très bon Oxenfree, Night School Studio planche sur une nouvelle aventure baptisée Afterparty. Le pitch de base parle pour le jeu : Lola et Milo doivent s'échapper de l'Enfer en battant Satan à un concours de boisson. Avec sa...

Ancient slag offers insight into the uneven pace of technological advances

Par Kiona N. Smith
Color photo of archaeologists excavating layers of copper production waste in a deep pit.

Enlarge / Copper production waste at Khirbat en-Nahas, Jordan, was piled 6m (18 ft) deep. (credit: T. Levy 2019)

Sometimes, clues about ancient technology are hidden in the most mundane things. In this case, Tel-Aviv University archaeologist Erez Ben-Yosef and his colleagues went rummaging through heaps of slag, the glassy waste discarded after smelters separate copper from its ore. Their goal? To hunt for clues about industry and innovation in the ancient Edomite Kingdom.

Less copper mixed with the slag suggests more-efficient smelting, so by tracking changes in the slag, Ben-Yosef and his colleagues could track the progress of a technology that powered the ancient world.

The archaeologists found mostly small, gradual improvements over the course of five centuries, punctuated by a sudden, drastic increase in efficiency around 925 BCE in the wake of an Egyptian invasion of the area. That suggests that a model for the evolution of new species may also apply to human technology and that we may need a little instability to break out of equilibrium and trigger bursts of innovation. It also reveals how one society in particular benefitted from the Bronze Age Collapse and later took advantage of the disruption of a foreign invasion to make a leap forward in technology.

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Des failles dans l’accès à distances sur des routeurs et périphériques NAS populaires

Par Tomáš Foltýn

Dans presque toutes les unités testées, les chercheurs ont atteint leur objectif d'obtenir un accès à distance au niveau de la racine (root).

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