Computing

The Copy-Paste Inventor Died

The American computer scientist Larry Tesler died on February 17 at the age of 74, The Portal reported. He is known as the inventor of functions copy and paste in computer interfaces.

Born in New York in 1945, he studied computer science at Stanford University in the 1960s. In 1980 he started working for the company, where he remained until 1997.

Google Launched the New Version of Android 11

It improves the security of the storage and transmission of information.

Google has launched the new version of Android 11 for application developers earlier than expected, TASS reports.

The news agency notes that the company launched the new version earlier than intended, so that its first users can evaluate the innovation in advance and indicate if there are any bugs.

Microsoft launches first laboratory equipped with artificial intelligence at Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Microsoft launched on Tuesday the first laboratory equipped with artificial intelligence within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE), thus giving students, professors and researchers at the university access to unlimited computational resources and computing power, according to a release issued on Tuesday for AGERPRES.

Exclusive: Hackers acting in Turkey's interests believed to be behind recent cyberattacks

Sweeping cyberattacks targeting governments and other organizations in Europe and the Middle East are believed to be the work of hackers acting in the interests of the Turkish government, three senior Western security officials said.

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