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Thursday August 16, 2018. 01:49 AM
Web Security says there's nothing nefarious to its URL collection A security plug-in for the Firefox browser is under fire after users discovered it was collecting and uploading their online activity.…
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Scheduled for release on October 9th, My Memory of Us is a game that tackles a game that tackles a difficult subject: the lives of Jewish children in Nazi-occupied Poland during the Second World War. Engadget recently spoke with Mikołaj Pawłowski, the CEO of Juggler Games, ...
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This week’s tabloids offer a fascinating glimpse inside the mind of their greatest fan: Donald Trump. The president, who has gone on the record saying that the National Enquirer deserves a Pulitzer Prize, and who is bffs with tabloid publisher David Pecker, can politely be ...
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10 users controlling the bulk of cryptocoin generator funds Mining internet currency on websites with Coinhive scripts is a lucrative endeavor, but only for a handful of people.…
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An anonymous reader writes: 'Google has patched a vulnerability in the Chrome browser that allows an attacker to retrieve sensitive information from other sites via audio or video HTML tags,' reports Bleeping Computer. The attack breaks CORS -- Cross-Origin Resource Sharing, ...
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Yesterday, Microsoft rolled out its new Your Phone app for Windows 10. Previously only available for Windows Insiders, the app allows Android users to access their photos on a Windows 10 PC. If you’ve been wanting to try out the app, we’ve some bad news for you. You’ll ...
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But odd results and email impersonation raise eyebrows A pair of physicists have claimed to reach the holy grail in physics: room temperature superconductivity.…
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sent Tesla a subpoena regarding Elon Musk's effort to take the company private, 'indicating the regulatory scrutiny of his statements have reached a more serious stage,' reports Bloomberg. Last week, Musk tweeted he was considering ...
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Customer interest in hybrid cloud buoys networking biz Switch and comms kit biz Cisco reported $12.8bn revenue for its fiscal 2018 fourth quarter, a six per cent increase that is a bit more than than analysts expected.…
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Enlarge / Chaco Canyon ruins in New Mexico. (credit: Erik Terdal / Flickr) Lots of macaw parrot skeletons and feathers have turned up at human settlements in the southwestern US and northwestern Mexico dating back to at least 900 CE. Given that these sites are at least...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Fast Company: Crypto investor Michael Terpin filed a $224 million lawsuit against AT&T in California federal court Wednesday alleging that the phone company's negligence let hackers steal nearly $24 million in cryptocurrency from him, ...
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Wednesday August 15, 2018. 11:40 PM
Enlarge / An artist's approximation of what Diablo III: Eternal Collection may look like when it arrives on Nintendo Switch by year's end. (credit: Blizzard / Aurich Lawson) Blizzard's first-ever video game for the Nintendo Switch, Diablo III, was unveiled on Wednesday...
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Next month, Apple is expected to unveil three new iPhones, each with differing specs/features. According to analyst firm Trendforce, the large 6.5-inch 'flagship' model will support up to 512GB of onboard flash storage. Apple Pencil support will also be 'offered as an...
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For three months each year, hundreds of alien-like cuttlefish gather in the chilly waters of South Australia to mate. The misnomered mollusks boast distinctive W-shaped pupils, eight arms, and two sucker-covered tentacles with […] The post Scientists ‘Cautiously Optimistic’...
    Geek - Aug 15, 11:00 PM
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Shifting session identifiers into HTTP works, but Facebook and others won't be happy A key member of the Google Chrome security team has proposed the death of cookies to be replaced with secure HTTP tokens.…
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They have ups and downs, but you have to admire the sheer consistency of the Lego video games from TT Games. Since those original Lego Star Wars games over ten years ago they’ve […] The post GEEK PICK: LEGO The Incredibles appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - Aug 15, 10:45 PM
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'Valve appears to be working on a set of 'compatibility tools,' called Steam Play, that would allow at least some Windows-based titles to run on Linux-based SteamOS systems,' writes Kyle Orland from Ars Technica. From the report: Yesterday, Reddit users noticed that Steam's...
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Matt Chapman used the Freedom of Information Act to get the City of Chicago's very mess parking ticket data; after enormous and heroic data normalization, Chapman was able to pinpoint one of the city's most confusing parking spots, between 1100-1166 N State St, which cycled...
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Social networks are typically walled gardens; users of a service can interact with other users and their content, but cannot see or interact with data stored in competing services. Beyond that, though, these walled gardens have generally made it difficult or impossible to...
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The trick to breaking spaghetti in half is to bend and twist, new MIT study says. (credit: Tom Smith / EyeEm: Getty Images) Pasta purists insist on plonking dry spaghetti into the boiling pot whole, but should you rebel against convention and try to break the strands in...
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