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Friday March 22, 2019. 02:37 AM
Peak US govt bureaucracy locks investigators out of files covering '180' vulnerabilities Least you think working for Uncle Sam in Washington DC is glamorous or in any way enviable, behold this stunning achievement in bureaucratic cock-up, or perhaps conspiracy.…
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A report on Thursday claims Apple has signed explanatory news website Vox to an upcoming subscription service expected to debut alongside a video streaming solution at a special event on March 25.
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I crave juice. No, not apple, orange, or any other fruit drink -- I am addicted to electricity. Look, we are all hopelessly dependent to our mobile devices these days. Between laptops, smartphones, and tablets, there is hardly a moment in the day when I'm not staring at a...
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The Homeland Security Department has issued an alert Thursday describing two types of computer-hacking vulnerabilities in 16 different models of Medtronic implantable defibrillators sold around the world, including some still on the market today. The vulnerability also...
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The Oculus Rift arguably kicked off this modern era of virtual reality gaming we’re currently in. It also gave us Palmer Luckey but nobody’s perfect. And at GDC the Facebook subsidiary announced its latest […] The post Hands-On: Nintendo Labo VR Kit Is Totally Good...
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Since 2016, Microsoft has been working with the University of Washington to develop the first device to automatically encode digital information into DNA and back to bits again. 'So far, DNA storage has been carried out by hand in the lab,' reports MIT Technology Review. But ...
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In Preview (Mac OS), under File, there were options for, among other things, “save,” and “save all.” If you had, for instance, resized 20-photos, you could just save them all at once. Eventually that fell by the wayside and each has to be saved individually. There is nothing...
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US govt sounds alarm over wireless comms, caveats apply Medical gear maker Medtronic is once again at the center of a hacker panic storm. This time, a number of its heart defibrillators, implanted in patients' chests, can, in certain circumstances, be wirelessly hijacked and ...
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Los Angeles is pumping the brakes on scooter companies that won't tell it what part of the city you're wheeling around. From a report: Last September, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation said it would require all scooter companies to provide real-time location data...
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Enlarge / Vice President Mike Pence, center in Mission Control Houston, will oversee all space decisions made by the Trump administration. (credit: NASA) One of the panelists who will appear at a National Space Council meeting next Tuesday said to expect 'a few fireworks'...
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New York Times CEO Mark Thompson in an interview on Thursday offered a pessimistic take on Apple's news subscription service, saying publishers should not rely too heavily on third-party services for digital distribution.
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NEW-PRODUCT REVIEW: The Cinego has its own controller running Android, and unless you load communications apps on it, your viewing won’t be disturbed by some spammer who wants your attention.
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NEW-PRODUCT REVIEW: The Cinego has its own controller running Android, and unless you load communications apps on it, your viewing won’t be disturbed by some spammer who wants your attention.
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Study finds Android software slinging deets all over the place Folks using healthcare-related Android apps: after you've handed over your private details to that software, do you know where it is sending your data? If you don't, nobody should blame you. It turns out it can...
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Study found Android software slinging deets all over the place Folks using healthcare-related Android apps: after you've handed over your private details to that software, do you know where it is sending your data? If you don't, nobody should blame you. It turns out it can...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Microsoft this week was the latest to highlight the U.S. government's terrible broadband mapping in a filing with the FCC, first spotted by journalist Wendy Davis. In it, Microsoft accuses the FCC of over-stating actual...
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Star Trek's original series and TNG were shot on film, allowing them to be rescanned for high-definition broadcast. Star Trek: Deep Space 9, however, was shot on video at standard definition: there's no further detail to recover for HD broadcasts. Machine learning to the...
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Voltage Modular 1.3.5 Released! Plus new modules from Insomniac, Benard and PSP Audioware Voltage Modular 1.3.5 Released! This update features the new QWERTY Keyboard, which allows Voltage Modular to be played directly from your computer’s QWERTY keyboard. It's ideal for ...
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