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Saturday June 29, 2019. 01:11 AM
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Lior Cohen, Senior Director of Products and Solutions, Cloud Security, at Fortinet, offers seven steps every organization should consider when planning a cloud adoption or cloud migration strategy.
Friday June 28, 2019. 11:30 PM
Project Trident is a rolling release operating system based on TrueOS. The project latest release, Project Trident 19.06, features many application and base package upgrades. "This is a significant package update for the repository, not just for applications, but also for...
Apple has issued a recall for the 15-inch MacBook Pro. Here's how to find out if your model is affected and how to get it fixed.
Security updates have been issued by Debian (expat and mupdf), Fedora (drupal7-uuid, php-brumann-polyfill-unserialize, and php-typo3-phar-stream-wrapper2), openSUSE (thunderbird), Oracle (thunderbird and vim), SUSE (glibc), and Ubuntu (poppler).
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Somerville, Massachusetts just became the second U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition in public space. The 'Face Surveillance Full Ban Ordinance,' which passed through Somerville's City Council on Thursday...
We are increasingly using our PCs for communication, whether it's making Skype calls or just chatting to other online gamers. But while laptops and some monitors have built in microphones they are not always ideally located or the best quality. If you are serious about the...
Technology can transform us, in good ways and bad. Do you recall the single most influential tech innovation from the year you graduated high school? We do.
Enlarge / The Electron launch vehicle is ready to soar. (credit: Rocket Lab) Welcome to Edition 2.05 of the Rocket Report! Some interesting news this week, including US military interest in a SpinLaunch concept, as well as a frank admission by some European rocket...
The inside of my head is an absolute crap place for productivity. I tend to fixate on old horrors, recent regrets and small shames that swirl around the inside of my brain like greasy water bound down a drain. It makes for a lot of noise while I'm trying to write or focus on ...
Whether online or IRL, here's how five LGBTQ+ people found their community.
Axon, the maker of Tasers and police bodycams, said it won't deploy facial recognition systems, after a company ethics board recommended against it.
Elite athletes are specializing in their sports earlier and earlier, but some sports medicine experts say that won't help you make it to the pros.
NASA announces plans to send RTG-powered drone to Saturn moon. Titanians only have 15 years to prepare NASA plans to terrorise the skies with a plutonium-powered drone. Thankfully not those above Gatwick, but the dense haze surrounding the Saturn moon Titan.…
Public transportation can be heaven or hell, depending on the day. One day you’re sitting back, relaxing, listening to your favorite podcast without interruption. The next, you’re being jostled around a crowded carriage […] The post Google Maps Predicts How Crowded Your Train...
Wow, look at the time! I think I say this every year, but I can’t believe we’re halfway through 2019 already. And it’s been a busy 2019 as well. This list of the best games of the year so far is already so strong, it feels like a proper end-of-2019 Game of the Year...
Needed: 10 brave Brits to volunteer to become ex-Big Bluers. Worst might be over, people IBM has fired the starting gun on voluntary redundancies for UK staff working in the Technology Support Services (TSS) unit of the Global Technology Services division (GTS). The number...
Celebrate the holiday weekend with these odes to patriotism, summer, and the American spirit.
Microsoft is testing features that block companies from tracking you across different websites in its Chromium-based Edge browser. Engadget reports: Insider beta testers with the latest Canary release on Windows can try it by enabling a browser flag (enter -...
A bipartisan group is trying to find a place, or perhaps many places, to bury nuclear waste by making it harder for everyone to say no.
The Asian longhorned tick showed up in the US last year and has flourished in unexpected places. And it's biting humans.
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