Thales confirms the absence of intrusion into its information systems

Airbus believed in us and that is a game changer

(AOF) – Thales has indicated that it is able to confirm that there is no intrusion into its information systems while an extortion and ransomware group (LockBit 3.0) has released data on its platform. relating to the company on November 10. Security experts from the technology and defense group have identified one of two likely … Read more

Meta confirms the launch date of its next virtual reality glasses for the metaverse

Meta confirms the launch date of its next virtual reality

Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed that Meta’s next virtual reality glasses will arrive in October and will be officially unveiled at the Connect conference. Meta’s CEO made the revelation during an appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast, where the host spoke about his experience with EU products. the VR avatars that will populate the metaverse in the … Read more

Meta confirms the arrival date of its VR glasses for the metaverse

Meta confirms the arrival date of its VR glasses for

Meta’s CEO made the revelation during an appearance at the European Commission’s press conference. The Joe Rogan Podcast where the host talked about his experience with the VR avatars that will populate the metaverse in the future. Zuckerberg has revealed some important details about his next device: the much talked about Project Cambria. According to … Read more

Study confirms that the proton has an intrinsic charm quark

Study confirms that the proton has an intrinsic charm quark

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) While physicists have been debating this for almost forty years, a new data analysis by the NNPDF collaboration reveals that the proton does indeed have another elementary particle called a charm quark. The intrinsic nature of this quark could have important implications in the … Read more

New evidence confirms that humans were already making fire a million years ago

New evidence confirms that humans were already making fire a

— Gorodenkoff / Shutterstock.com An artificial intelligence algorithm has identified some of the oldest traces of the use of fire in hominids, at a million-year-old archaeological site in Israel. Using deep learning to identify “invisible” evidence The mastery of fire is widely regarded as a major milestone in human evolution. If archaeologists already had a … Read more