In Case You Missed it: 2 June 2015
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- Have you recently gotten an email from GitHub about your SSH keys being revoked? Ben Cox has the answer why, and why GitHub probably considers this to be a “user-based mistake.”
- Facebook is expanding its AI Research team (FAIR) with a branch in Paris. The branch will work on “image recognition, natural language processing, speech recognition, and the kinds of physical and logical infrastructure required to run these AI systems.”
- Facebook also announced that it will no longer allow apps without SHA-2 signature certificates to connect to its site.
- SSH support will soon be available for Windows via PowerShell for anyone interoperating between Windows and Linux.
- Mozilla just updated Firefox 38 to 38.0.5 with new features like Pocket and Hello, the later of which lets you save online articles to read later. They also released Developer Edition 40 with an array of new developer tools.
- Missed the Google I/O conference? Not to worry, The Next Web curated a list of all the announcements.
- For $120 you can cram 128GB of data into the Sandisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 drive, which is the size of a dime.
- The first HomeKit-compatible products have been announced.
- The Guardian is reporting that the FBI is operating a fleet of surveillance planes under fake company names. The planes are equipped with cameras and, in some cases, cellular surveillance technology.
- A new product called “Batteriser” can extend your battery life up to 800%.
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