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    In late September 2016, leaders in the House of Representatives met behind closed doors for briefings on a closely held investigation into a group of computer technicians working on Capitol Hill.

    Investigators with the Inspector General’s Office had been quietly tracking the five IT workers’ digital footprints for months. They were alarmed by what they saw. The employees appeared to be accessing congressional servers without authorization, an indication that they “could be reading and/or removing information,” according to documents distributed at the previously unreported private briefings.

    For some who listened to the findings, the fact that the employees were born in Pakistan set off alarms about national security, according to two participants who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Others thought it more likely that the IT workers, naturalized U.S. citizens, were bending rules on network access to share job duties — violations of House protocol, perhaps, but not espionage.

    Since then, the story of the House IT workers — brothers Imran Awan, Abid Awan and Jamal Awan, as well as Imran Awan’s wife, Hina Alvi, and friend Rao Abbas — has become a lightning rod charged by the convergence of politics, cybersecurity and fears of foreign intrusion.

    It has attracted unfounded conspiracy theories and intrigue. Far-right news organizations seized on it as a potential coverup of an espionage ring that plundered national secrets and might have been responsible for the campaign hacking of the Democratic National Committee, a breach that intelligence agencies have linked to Russia. President Trump has fanned its embers from his Twitter account, reposting an article that claimed the mainstream media were ignoring a scandal “engulfing” Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Florida Democrat who was slow to fire Imran Awan after news of the investigation broke.

    The NYPD said they received a complaint about the alleged theft of computers on Aug. 24. The computers were purchased from Compulink via a district email address. Compulink officials said they complained to police when they didn’t receive payment for the computers.

    According to a copy of the criminal complaint released Wednesday against Cucina, she told police she allowed a third party to use the district’s email to purchase the computers “in exchange for $2,000.”

    Cucina was represented at her arraignment by the Legal Aid Society, which generally does not comment on its cases.

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    “There are many other issues we’re investigating right now in other departments” within the district, said schools Superintendent Shimon Waronker, who took office in June. “More is going to come.”

    The Apple Watch could previously only load data over a Bluetooth connection with an iPhone, and limited data (Siri, iMessages, and smart home control) over Wi-Fi.

    Now, the Apple Watch Series 3 will be able to download data on its own, without being tethered to an iPhone or a Wi-Fi network — that is, if you sign up for an additional data plan with a cell provider (for now, AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile are the first US carriers at launch). The number on your watch will be the same number as your iPhone, and third party apps like WeChat will work as well.

    The display itself acts as the antenna — and there’s an embedded electronic SIM card in the device’s hardware. The watch’s form factor is largely the same, which means bands bought for previous Apple Watches will be compatible with the new device. Only the side dial (called the “digital crown”), which now has a red accent, looks different.

    There’s an option to turn cellular connectivity on and off, as well as add cellular-related information (or “complications”), like connection strength and ability to make/receive calls, to your watch face.

    However, according to Apple's specs, LTE connectivity reduces battery life significantly.

    Talk time is three hours connected to the iPhone, and just one hour over LTE. With the GPS and heart rate sensor on during an outdoor workout, the battery life is five hours without LTE, and four hours with LTE. The company's 18 hours all-day battery life claim includes four hours of LTE connection and 14 hours of Bluetooth connection to the iPhone.

    Like Series 2, the watch features built-in GPS and waterproofness up to 50 meters deep, as well as an OLED Retina display.

    WatchOS 4 is the new software shipping with the Apple Watch Series 3, though the update will also be available to older versions of the Apple Watch on September 19.

    It includes new watch faces, including a Siri-based version that proactively displays information it thinks you need (eg. traffic info, reminders, and airline tickets from Apple Wallet). The Workout app has a new high intensity interval training (HIIT) mode, enhanced pool swim tracking, and the ability to exchange information with certain gym equipment. When you start a new workout in watchOS 4, the watch will also turn on Do Not Disturb simultaneously, so it doesn’t buzz during your workout class.

    There’s better Apple Music integration, too (personalized playlists like New Music Mix are auto-synced). Person-to-person Apple Pay (launching with iOS 11 for phones and tablets) is also available on the watch.

    You can preorder the watch on Sept. 15, which starts at $329 for the non-cellular version and $399 for cellular in a variety of colors and finishes. Both ship Sept. 22.

    Apple made progress towards a more independent smartwatch with last year’s fitness-focused and newly swim-proof Apple Watch Series 2, which added GPS, so runners, cyclists, and swimmers could track their routes. But the ability to connect to an LTE network may finally fulfill the smartwatch’s original promise: to be a computer on your wrist. The original Apple Watch was too reliant on the iPhone to add any additional benefit for many users. The second-generation watch was more palatable for those interested in health and fitness, but it still wasn’t the device for those who’d rather wear their phones than carry it.

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    D’après le Wall Street Journal du 23 juillet, la mise à jour permettait notamment d’intercepter des e-mails et d’en envoyer des copies à Etilasat. Détenue majoritairement par le gouvernement émirati, l’entreprise a de quoi s’inquiéter pour la suite. D’après les informations recueillies par le site Ecrans la semaine dernière, « un sondage (déterminait) que plus de la moitié des utilisateurs de BlackBerry clients d’Etilasat voulait laisser tomber l’opérateur».Evolution des menaces véhiculées par la messagerie en 2010 L’année à venir sera marquée par des évolutions en matière de gestion de la sécurité informatique : certaines ne seront que la continuité de tendances amorcées début 2009, alors que d’autres seront les avatars de problèmes anciens. Téléchargez gratuitement le livre blanc Websense. L’Airis Praxis TPC est un ordinateur portable convertible en tablette PC, disponible à un prix canon. Une excellente solution pour les professionnels.

    Sur la page de présentation du produit, on peut voir que le constructeur coréen avance un débit de 450 Mo/s en lecture tandis que celui en écriture n'est pas communiqué. Sous benchmark, nous trouvons bel et bien un débit séquentiel de 423 Mo/s en lecture et même un très bon débit en écriture (399 Mo/s).En usage courant, c'est-à-dire lors de la réalisation de copies manuelles, le débit en lecture reste confortable (381 Mo/s) sur des gros fichiers et se stabilise à 352 Mo/s sur des fichiers de taille moyenne. En écriture, on tombe à 262 Mo/s quel que soit le type de fichiers manipulés. Résultats obtenus lors de la copie d'un fichier de 28 Go depuis un RAMDisk. Il s'agit de la moyenne réduite de 5 tests consécutifs. Il y a donc une différence importante de résultat en écriture entre le test synthétique et le test pratique. L'explication est à chercher du côté de TurboWrite, le système d'accélération des tâches d'écriture de Samsung. Il s'agit d'utiliser une partie de l'espace de stockage (3 Go dans le cas présent) comme s'il s'agissait de mémoire SLC. Lors de l'écriture de données, c'est cet espace plus rapide qui est en premier lieu utilisé. Une fois le SSD portable au repos, celui-ci réorganise les données de manière à libérer 3 Go d'espace turbo. Sur ce modèle, nous avons ainsi relevé plus de 300 Mo/s sur les 3 premiers gigaoctets de notre fichier de test (un peu moins de 30 Go), seuil après lequel le débit passe à un peu moins de 260 Mo/s. Le système de Samsung est donc efficace, tant que la file de copie n'excède pas 3 Go et qu'il reste au moins une dizaine de gigaoctets d'espace libre.

    Dans tous les cas, nous nous situons bien au-delà de ce que peut produire n'importe quel disque dur externe — les meilleurs frisent 130 Mo/s —, généralement limités par l'intégration d'un disque mécanique. Les clés USB sont également laissées loin derrière, y compris les meilleures comme la Lexar JumpDrive P10 dont les débits sont moitié moindres. Finalement, seule la Corsair Voyager GTX parvient à tenir tête au Samsung T1, mais uniquement en lecture, où les deux produits font jeu égal.

    Ce SSD externe est livré avec un câble USB 3.0 rigide de 11 cm environ. La boîte renferme également un guide de mise en route rapide. Un utilitaire préinstallé sur l'unité de stockage est également présent et permet d'activer — ou de désactiver le cas échéant — le chiffrage des données. Le Samsung T1 bénéficie d'une garantie constructeur de 3 ans. MSI profite de l'arrivée des dernières cartes graphiques de Nvidia en versions portables pour nous délivrer un MSI GT62VR au format 15,6 pouces qui profite d'une très performante GTX 1060. Reste à voir si cette débauche de puissance est maîtrisée. En route pour un test détaillé ! On retrouve ici le châssis noir et rouge des portables gamers de MSI, avec un look assez proche de celui des précédents modèles, mais dans un format plus ramassé. Le mélange d'aluminium et de plastique est harmonieux, l'assemblage est impeccable et la finition exemplaire. Si ce 15 pouces ne brille pas par sa finesse et sa grâce, il inspire totalement confiance et respire la puissance et la débauche d'images par seconde. La sobriété reste au rendez-vous, avec toutefois quelques petites touches de couleurs, notamment deux traits assez discrets sur le capot et le logo Gaming Series qui s'illumine en blanc. Bien entendu, si vous êtes fan de couleurs chatoyantes, vous serez sans doute ravi de retrouver un clavier estampillé Steelseries rétroéclairé RGB, et qui affiche donc des dizaines de milliers de coloris différents. Une fonctionnalité toujours un peu gadget, mais qui a le mérite d'exister, et qu'il est possible de paramétrer finement via un outil préinstallé. En dehors de cet aspect purement cosmétique, le clavier du GT62VR offre un confort exemplaire : les touches sont bien espacées, la course est assez longue et la frappe est précise. Les longues séances d'écriture sont donc tout à fait envisageables. Le discours est le même pour le touchpad, très réussi : large, il s'avère très solide et propose une très bonne glisse, ainsi que deux boutons qui répondent impeccablement. Continuons la distribution des bons points avec la connectique, ultra complète : 3 port USB 3, 1 port USB 3.1 Type C, 1 port USB 2, 1 mini-DisplayPort, 1 sortie HDMI, 1 port RJ45, 1 entrée jack pour un micro, 3 jack femelle stéréo, ainsi qu'un lecteur de carte SD. Le seul bémol est l'emplacement du port USB Type-C, à l'arrière et donc peu pratique. Autre élément primordial qui achève de propulser cette partie du test dans la galaxie des 5 étoiles : la gestion du bruit et de la chaleur est ici exemplaire. Le système de refroidissement extrêmement efficace empêche ce portable de dépasser les 49°C à l'avant et permet à l'arrière d'évacuer très efficacement le trop-plein de chaleur dégagée par le CPU et le GPU, avec un point chaud constaté à cet endroit de 61,4°C. Le bruit est quant à lui assez contenu, avec un souffle qui ne dépasse pas les 42 dB en jeu. Si ce dernier est continu, il reste assez discret et, surtout, tout à fait supportable.

    Le MSI GT62VR se dote d'une dalle IPS mate de 15,6 pouces compatible G-Sync, affichant une définition Full HD (1920 x 1080 px). Le constructeur taïwanais nous a souvent habitués à des écrans de qualité sur ses PC portables pour joueurs et celui-ci ne déroge pas à la règle.On profite ainsi d'une très bonne lisibilité, et ceci grâce à la combinaison de plusieurs facteurs : l'utilisation d'une dalle mate limite les reflets intempestifs et le tout est mis en valeur par un taux de contraste de 830:1 et une luminosité maximale de 311 cd/m². De quoi garantir une très bonne lisibilité, même dans un environnement ensoleillé.La colorimétrie frise l'excellence avec un delta E (écart entre les couleurs réelles et les couleurs affichées, considéré comme excellent en dessous de 3) mesuré à 4,3 et une température des couleurs à 6260 K, soit un chiffre très proche de la norme (6500 K). Le rendu, s'il manque un poil de fidélité, est donc très équilibré, ni trop chaud ni trop froid. Enfin, la courbe gamma est particulièrement stable, signe de noirs et de blancs bien définis.La configuration testée comprend un processeur Intel Core i7-6700HQ, 16 Go de mémoire vive, une carte graphique Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, un SSD de 256 Go et un disque dur de 1 To.

    Comme la grande majorité des PC portables dédiés au jeu, le MSI GT62VR profite d'un processeur Intel Core i7-6700HQ de dernière génération. Il s'agit d'un CPU 4 à cœurs affichant des fréquences variant entre 2,6 GHz à 3,5 GHz. Notre indice de puissance basé sur une série de benchmarks est, sans grande surprise, très bon.Ce portable est donc à l'aise dans tous les usages, du plus simple au plus poussé (bureautique, Web, montage vidéo, retouche photo, création musicale...). Il est très difficile de le prendre en défaut. On profite bien entendu d'un Windows 10 très fluide, qui démarre en 10 secondes et s'arrête complètement en 8 secondes.Le GT62VR profite de la dernière architecture de Nvidia, nommée Pascal. On trouve ainsi une GeForce GTX 1060 en guise de carte graphique et l'on s'attend donc à des performances très proches de celles d'un PC de bureau équipé du même GPU. Pour rappel, la GTX 1060 en version mobile est basée sur une puce GP106, se dote de 1280 unités de calcul et propose des fréquences allant de 1404 MHz à 670 MHz. Les 6 Go de mémoire tournent quant à eux à 2000 MHz. Il n'y a donc aucune différence par rapport à une GTX 1060 pour ordinateur fixe, si ce n'est une fréquence du GPU un peu plus basse. En tout cas, après un passage à la moulinette 3D Mark, cette GTX 1060 affiche un indice de puissance cohérent : moins puissante qu'une GTX 1070, elle dépasse d'une bonne tête la 980M.

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    PC Connection has a beta of 1.63, meaning that its stock price is 63% more volatile than the SP 500. Comparatively, PC Connection’s peers have a beta of 1.28, meaning that their average stock price is 28% more volatile than the SP 500.

    41.4% of PC Connection shares are owned by institutional investors. Comparatively, 62.2% of shares of all “Computer Hardware” companies are owned by institutional investors. 57.3% of PC Connection shares are owned by company insiders. Comparatively, 13.8% of shares of all “Computer Hardware” companies are owned by company insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that large money managers, hedge funds and endowments believe a company is poised for long-term growth.

    PC Connection’s peers have higher revenue and earnings than PC Connection. PC Connection is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than its peers, indicating that it is currently more affordable than other companies in its industry.

    Profitability
    This table compares PC Connection and its peers’ net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

    PC Connection, Inc. is a provider of a range of information technology (IT) solutions. The Company conducts its business operations through three business segments: small- to medium-sized businesses (SMB), Large Account and Public Sector. The Company enables customers to design, enable, manage and service their IT environments. The Company’s IT products include computer systems, software and peripheral equipment, networking communications, and other products and accessories that the Company purchases from manufacturers, distributors and other suppliers. The Company also offers services involving design, configuration and implementation of IT solutions. The Company markets its products and services through its Websites, including www.connection.com, www.connection.com/enterprise, www.connection.com/publicsector, and www.macconnection.com. It uses a combination of outbound telemarketing, including some on-site sales solicitation by business development managers.

    NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) had its price target boosted by research analysts at Evercore ISI from $180.00 to $250.00 in a report released on Friday. The firm currently has an “outperform” rating on the computer hardware maker’s stock. Evercore ISI’s price objective points to a potential upside of 38.80% from the stock’s current price.

    Other research analysts have also recently issued reports about the company. Bank of America Corporation upped their price objective on NVIDIA Corporation from $138.00 to $155.00 and gave the stock a “buy” rating in a research report on Monday, May 22nd. UBS AG reaffirmed a “buy” rating and set a $148.00 price objective (up from $135.00) on shares of NVIDIA Corporation in a research report on Friday, May 19th. Rosenblatt Securities reaffirmed a “buy” rating and set a $140.00 price objective on shares of NVIDIA Corporation in a research report on Friday, May 19th. Citigroup Inc. reissued a “buy” rating on shares of NVIDIA Corporation in a research report on Tuesday, May 30th. Finally, Vetr raised NVIDIA Corporation from a “hold” rating to a “buy” rating and set a $143.94 target price for the company in a research report on Thursday, May 25th. Six research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, eleven have assigned a hold rating, twenty-three have issued a buy rating and one has assigned a strong buy rating to the company. The company currently has a consensus rating of “Hold” and a consensus target price of $149.13.

    NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) last released its quarterly earnings data on Thursday, August 10th. The computer hardware maker reported $1.01 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping the Thomson Reuters’ consensus estimate of $0.69 by $0.32. The business had revenue of $2.23 billion during the quarter, compared to analysts’ expectations of $1.96 billion. NVIDIA Corporation had a return on equity of 39.59% and a net margin of 27.41%. The business’s quarterly revenue was up 56.2% compared to the same quarter last year. During the same period in the prior year, the firm posted $0.53 EPS. On average, analysts forecast that NVIDIA Corporation will post $3.61 earnings per share for the current fiscal year.

    In other news, Director Harvey C. Jones sold 145,520 shares of the firm’s stock in a transaction on Thursday, June 22nd. The stock was sold at an average price of $159.31, for a total transaction of $23,182,791.20. Following the sale, the director now owns 30,762 shares in the company, valued at $4,900,694.22. The transaction was disclosed in a legal filing with the Securities Exchange Commission, which is available through the SEC website. Also, Director A Brooke Seawell sold 30,000 shares of the firm’s stock in a transaction on Friday, September 1st. The stock was sold at an average price of $170.19, for a total value of $5,105,700.00. Following the sale, the director now owns 16,507 shares in the company, valued at approximately $2,809,326.33. The disclosure for this sale can be found here. Insiders have sold 502,210 shares of company stock worth $79,743,664 in the last 90 days. Insiders own 5.82% of the company’s stock.

    Key Tronic Corporation currently has a consensus target price of $9.25, indicating a potential upside of 33.29%. As a group, “Computer Hardware” companies have a potential downside of 3.75%. Given Key Tronic Corporation’s stronger consensus rating and higher probable upside, analysts plainly believe Key Tronic Corporation is more favorable than its rivals.

    Institutional Insider Ownership
    41.6% of Key Tronic Corporation shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 62.2% of shares of all “Computer Hardware” companies are held by institutional investors. 7.1% of Key Tronic Corporation shares are held by company insiders. Comparatively, 13.8% of shares of all “Computer Hardware” companies are held by company insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that endowments, hedge funds and large money managers believe a stock is poised for long-term growth.

    While at the IBC show, informitv took the opportunity to visit the brand new TVT/DMC playout centre in Amsterdam. To be honest, there was not much to see. That is really the point. Virtually all the facility is hosted in remote data centre, connected over a data network to a monitoring video wall in a separate office building. The fully internet protocol based operation enables new channels to be brought up in a matter of hours, rather than weeks or months.

    Over 80 channels have been migrated to the new platform from the former Digital Media Centre facility. They include channels owned by A+E, AMC, FOX, Liberty Global, Scripps, and Sony Pictures.

    London-based TVT acquired the DMC operation in Amsterdam from AMC Networks International in July to create an integrated media management, logistics and distribution platform.

    Chief executive Ian Brotherston described the creation of the first fully operational virtualised playout facility as a “landmark achievement” in taking “an exciting new approach to media management and playout”.

    Moving from traditional broadcast hardware boxes to a fully software defined platform hosted in a data centre offers many benefits, not least flexibility.

    Conventional playout centres have traditionally connected dedicated boxes together with co-axial cables that mean operational staff are generally sited close to racks of equipment.

    In an environment based purely on data connections, the control surfaces can be entirely separate from the computer hardware, which can be sited several kilometres away, or potentially on the other side of the world, connected over a fibre optic network.

    Jean-Louis Lods, who is responsible for technology at TVT/DMC, explained that this offers a more agile, flexible and cost-effective approach, with the capacity to adapt to demand for additional capacity as required.

    The platform uses the Orca software-based system from Pebble Beach Systems, running resiliently in virtual machines on commodity computer servers in a remote data centre. In this case, they are hosted in Equinix data centres, connected directly to major internet exchanges in Amsterdam.

    So the data centre provider takes care of the resilience for power, cooling, and connectivity, while the operational staff sit in what is effectively a standard office building, which could be anywhere.