Not all accounts have the Machine Learning Early Access Software - Intercept X for Windows - Early Access Program - Sophos Community


We began moving accounts over to the early access software that includes machine learning last week. That process remains underway and is expected to complete this Friday Oct 28th. You can check if the endpoint has the Machine Learning version of the EAP software by looking at the endpoint software version information.

Google to begin accepting businesses into Team Drive early access program


Google on Monday announced it's now accepting businesses into the early adopter program for its Team Drives file sharing feature within Google Drive. Google steps on development gas with Android N: Will it matter? Team Drives was announced in September as part of the big G Suite overhaul. Users can drop documents, presentations, spreadsheets, photos, and more to store in the cloud and share with co-workers. Google says content ownership and sharing are managed at the team level, and new roles give more granular control over team content.

PS Plus members get free early access to 'Paragon' on July 5th


Once it replaces the Founders Pack on July 5th, PS4 gamers can choose the Starter Pack and start playing. It also includes a few skins, in-game currency boosts, emotes and challenges for a couple characters. While it's not a lot of goodies compared to the feature-filled but pricier Challenger- and Master-tier bonus packs, the gifted extras are nice for a free-to-play game that players won't need to spend another dime on. Unlike Blizzard's hero shooter, Paragon inherits more gameplay from the Massively Online Battle Arena genre with a third-person camera and upgradeable skills. The game opened early access for both PC and PS4 in March, but Epic is going out of its way to court console players.

'We Happy Few' Early Access Suspended, Release Date Pushed Back

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"We Happy Few" won't be making it to its April 13 release date. Developer Compulsion Games has apparently decided that the anticipated indie survival and exploration video game is still not ready, so the game's release has been pushed back.

DxO's snap-on smartphone camera is coming to Android


DxO, the company best known for its lens and camera scores, is also behind one of the nicer smartphone-attached cameras out there, the $499 DxO One. Up until now, it has only supported the iPhone and iPad, but the company has revealed that it will soon release the DxO One Android via an early access program. It didn't give many details, other than saying it will attach to type-C USB connectors, so it'll likely only work with newer Android devices. It should function much the same as it does on an iPhone, turning your smartphone into a display for the camera and letting you choose the f/stop, shutter speed, ISO and other settings. The company says version 1.0 of the DxO One Android camera app will arrive "in the coming weeks" as part of the Early Access program.