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Tuesday August 21, 2018. 11:15 AM
Who has the keys to your car? The perils of previous owners retaining unfettered access to the data and controls of connected cars after resale is a wider problem across the industry, The Register has discovered.…
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More than half of consumers worldwide are now using IoT devices, yet 64 percent of those have already encountered performance issues and there are widespread fears about what could go wrong, according to a new survey. The study of 10,000 consumers by software intelligence...
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Speed, accuracy and weight are all important factors when it comes to gaming mice, and this is something Logitech has taken into account over the two years it spent designing and building the Logitech G PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse. Using LIGHTSPEED wireless technology,...
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Ex-Cisco CEO-chaired lobby leading the charge America's major tech companies are pushing back against India's proposed data protection laws, with a lobby group led by ex-Cisco CEO John Chambers emerging as the protest organiser.…
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While news sites cut cookies by 22% – but Google retains omnipresence IT consultants, software firms and campaigners spent months touting 25 May 2018 as the dawning of a new era – for better or worse, depending on who was selling the snake oil – but research published...
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ICANN appeals its appeal and tells German courts yet again that they're wrong The organization that oversees the internet's naming and numbering systems is continuing its embarrassing European legal campaign, insisting for a third time that the German courts have got it...
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For years, NASA has been debating whether to allow SpaceX to fuel its spacecraft with super-cold propellant after astronauts have boarded. While the company typically fuels its rockets shortly before launch in order to prevent the coolant from warming up too much, the...
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An anonymous reader shares a report from NPR about ecologist Chelsea Rochman, who has dedicated her career to studying how microplastics are getting into the food chain and affecting everything from beer to fish: Since modern plastic was first mass-produced, 8 billion tons...
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Rick Schumann shares a report from Star Tribune: Twenty percent of homes in the U.S. use a digital antenna to access live TV, up from 16 percent just two years ago, according to Parks Associates market research in Texas. The Twin Cities has an even higher antenna percentage. ...
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Enlarge / The 2014 Mac mini is pictured here. This redesign was seen by some users as a downgrade compared to its predecessor, and Apple hasn't overhauled it since. (credit: Andrew Cunningham) Apple plans to release a new replacement for the MacBook Air (and possibly the...
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'It has taken 60 years, but a small, strange gap in Interstate-95 is being filled,' writes Slashdot reader McGruber. Bloomberg reports: Near the Pennsylvania border, drivers have long been forced off the interstate and onto other roadways, only to join back 8 miles away....
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Last week, The Associated Press found that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data even if you've explicitly disabled the location sharing feature. As a result, Google has now been sued by a man in San Diego, who argues that Google is...
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Yeah, there are way too many Linux distributions these days. You know what, though? Many of them are great! True, it is probably a waste of resources, but as long as high-quality distros are being released, who really cares? One such excellent Linux-based desktop operating...
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RDMA-Lustre combo swatted, HPC admins scramble High-performance computing geeks are sweating on a Red Hat fix, after a previous patch broke the Lustre file system.…
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Incompatibility of apple.com with screen-readers said to harm the sight impaired Apple, which prides itself on design, faces a lawsuit alleging that its web page layout violates the law.…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: Summer weather patterns are increasingly likely to stall in Europe, North America and parts of Asia, according to a new climate study that explains why Arctic warming is making heatwaves elsewhere more persistent and...
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It's about damn time. Nick Lyon, Michigan's health director, has been ordered to stand trial on involuntary manslaughter charges after the deaths of two men were linked to an outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in Flint. 90 cases of Legionnaire's were reported in Genesee...
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+1TheVote is an election drive for the social media era, but can MTV really mobilize young voters in 2018?
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21 year-old facing 31 charges for 'no questions asked' cross-border cryptocurrency buys A 21 year old man from Mexico is facing more than two-dozen money laundering charges in the US for running an unlicensed Bitcoin exchange.…
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According to a new study, published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, scientists have found the first direct evidence of frozen water on the Moon's poles. 'The discovery is based on data gathered by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper, a NASA instrument...
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