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Monday January 16, 2017. 01:30 PM
Enlarge (credit: Thinkstock / Aurich) When Cathy Corman bought a house in 1998, she didn’t mind that it had no cable service. Corman was finishing a dissertation, her husband was starting a new job, and they were raising five-year-old triplets—they didn’t spend much...
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What will Andy Rubin do next? The 'Father of Android' Andy Rubin is plotting a return to hardware – and he could beat Google's own Android successor Andromeda to market.…
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Although Microsoft claims that Windows 10 is now more popular that Windows 7, analyst firm NetMarkShare’s monthly usage figures paint a very different picture. In December, for example, Windows 10 hit 24.36 percent globally, but it's dwarfed by Windows 7's 48.34 percent...
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Steam Cleaner is a portable tool for removing junk game files left behind by Steam, Origin, Uplay and GoG. The program is as simple as this kind of application can be. It’s a single executable, no installation required, no settings to think about, not even a 'Scan' button...
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They've got as much money as half the world, scolds charity Five of the world's eight fattest fat cats, whose collective wealth equals that of the world's 3.6 billion poorest people – according to a new report by Oxfam – are technology billionaires.…
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Musk's merry men manage it this time Elon Musk's SpaceX, space cargo contractor and purveyor of space rockets for the well-heeled masses, successfully launched a two-stage rocket into orbit on Saturday.…
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As the technological challenges of tech companies get bigger and badder, a crowd of physicists is moving in on the engineer headcount The post Move Over, Coders—Physicists Will Soon Rule Silicon Valley appeared first on WIRED.
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16nm? Lower. 10nm? Lower. You cannot be serious ReRAM startup Crossbar has sample embedded ReRAM chips from SMIC that are currently undergoing evaluation.…
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Ezviz recently released the second iteration of its indoor home security camera, the Ezviz Mini Plus. At the same time it issued its first outdoor model, the Ezviz Husky ($129).The Husky is a bullet-style camera, though a slightly more attractive one than you might expect....
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We know you've been in an accident. It says so in our *beeeeep* BT has opened a free nuisance call screening service, which it estimates could junk 15 million cold calls - such as PPI and accident claims - to a voicemail box.…
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Security breaches and data leaks are, obviously, a major concern, but they do have something of a silver lining. Leaks of passwords may open up the risk of individual accounts being targeted, but they also serve as a fascinating insight into the level of security people use...
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From aardvark to Bicholim, the encylopedia of things that never were Sixteen years ago, Larry Sanger had the idea for a wiki-based encyclopaedia anyone could edit: the 'wiki-pedia'. On January 15, 2001, he and Jimmy Wales launched the site. Today, it's everyone's go-to place ...
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BMP Wrap is a free tool which can temporarily convert any file into a valid BMP image, and restore the original file later. This is a familiar idea, but BMP Wrap does have one or two features that make it stand out. In particular, as a single 20KB executable, it’s probably ...
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Silicon to carbon change could boost Nantero's business A market-research report suggests carbon nanotube storage developer Nantero could be on the verge of a breakout after years of disappointment and struggle.…
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Internet disruptions, in their biggest part, are taking place outside a company’s network, a new report by Dyn claims. The report also says having poor visibility beyond 'company walls' makes it harder for those companies to react on time. More than half (57 percent) of...
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Bringing more audience data to TV advertising Analysis More data means better performance for advertising – at least on the digital side. Increasingly, marketers are looking to inject data-driven decision making into the “dumbest” box in the house: the TV set.…
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The new Raspberry Pi single-board computer is smaller and cheaper than the last, but its makers aren't expecting the same rush of buyers that previous models have seen.The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 will be more of a 'slow burn,' than last year's Raspberry Pi 3, its...
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Timetable 'unachievable'. Now, where have we heard that one before? The UK government's tax digitisation plan could be delayed by at least a year after the Treasury Committee exposed 'serious shortcomings' with the programme.…
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Microsoft security boffins throw fresh CVEs at unpatched OS, emerge smiling Microsoft says its Windows 10 Anniversary Update squashes more exploit delivery chains than ever.…
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Even the servers it colocates (!) says new doc detailing Alphabet sub's security secrets Google has published an Infrastructure Security Design Overview that explains how it secures the cloud it uses for its own operations and for public cloud services.…
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