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Sunday October 22, 2017. 02:00 PM
Ivanka Trump says she had a punk phase and was 'really into Nirvana' in the 1990s. Not everyone on Twitter is buying that.
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I bet this Petersburg, Virginia home is the last place local trick-or-treating children want to hit up for candy on Halloween. The Tombstone House' was built in 1934 using the lower half of marble tombstones procured from Poplar Grove, the nearby Civil War cemetery. There...
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Enlarge / Robert Scoble, as seen in 2013. (credit: JD Lasica) Robert Scoble, a longtime fixture of the Silicon Valley punditocracy, has been publicly accused of sexual harassment and assault by multiple women. In a public Facebook post on Friday, Scoble wrote that he was...
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Robocars headed for Manhattan will have to learn some new tricks. So will New Yorkers.
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Across the tech landscape, grassroots groups want to help the left reclaim state and local political offices.
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Google has already used Cybersecurity Awareness Month to announced details of a new bug bounty program for Android apps, as well as a new Advanced Protection Program for G Suite users. Now the company has revealed that most web traffic in its Chrome web browser is protected...
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From battery fires to the ensuing jokes, Samsung's Note series has survived it all, and this year's Galaxy Note 8 continues to be at the bleeding edge of what Samsung can offer, says its development team.
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A quick catch-up on what's been going on in machine-learning world Roundup Welcome to our roundup of major AI news from the past two weeks. Machine learning is so hyped right now, it doesn't help when companies such as Intel and Nvidia announce new chips and reveal little...
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The level of interest in the iPhone X is huge. The latest addition to the iPhone range is certainly expensive, but it's also the most radically different iPhone we've seen in ages. Pre-orders for the phone start on October 27 (this Friday) ahead of the November 3 launch, and ...
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An anonymous reader quotes PCMag: In a Wednesday blog post, Redmond examined Google's browser security and took the opportunity to throw some shade at Chrome's security philosophy, while also touting the benefits of its own Edge browser. The post, written by Microsoft...
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'Researchers were able to use GPS data from an ad network to track a user to their actual location, and trace movements through town,' writes phantomfive. Mashable reports: The idea is straightforward: Associate a series of ads with a specific individual as well as...
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An anonymous reader quotes Reuters: The U.S government issued a rare public warning that sophisticated hackers are targeting energy and industrial firms, the latest sign that cyber attacks present an increasing threat to the power industry and other public infrastructure....
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Dell EMC is enlisting its new 14th generation PowerEdge server hardware for improved Microsoft Azure Stack hybrid cloud computing performance.
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US and China in the firing line Lenovo is laying off a little more than 1,000 employees with the majority of heads set to roll in the US and China.…
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New York Times columnist Timothy Egan was part of the paper's Pulitzer Prize-winning team in 2001. Now he's written an op-ed arguing Amazon 'took Seattle's soul.' An anonymous reader writes: Since Amazon arrived 'we've been overwhelmed by a future we never had any say over,' ...
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slash.jit shared an article from Futurism: Amazon has been granted a patent for an ambitious new method of maintaining a charge in electric vehicles. The company wants to use drones to allow drivers to top up their vehicles without having to visit a charging station. Drivers ...
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Saturday October 21, 2017. 11:51 PM
The old PC-MOS was released under the GNU GPL this Summer. From Wikipedia: PC-MOS/386 was a multi-user, computer multitasking operating system produced by The Software Link (TSL), announced at COMDEX in November 1986 for February 1987 release.[1] PC-MOS/386, a successor to...
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AmiMoJo writes: Suidobashi Heavy Industries and MegaBots agreed to test their piloted giant robots in combat a few years back, and the content is finally available on YouTube. It ended in a draw, with Japan decisively winning the first bout with a single punch and the US...
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schwit1 brings news about an exiled Chinese billionaire with 500,000 followers on YouTube. The Washington Free Beacon reports:YouTube has suspended the video account of popular Chinese dissident Guo Wengui amid a mounting pressure from the Beijing government to silence one...
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An anonymous reader writes: Since mid-September, a new IoT botnet has grown to massive proportions. Codenamed IoT_reaper, researchers estimate its current size at nearly two million infected devices. According to researchers, the botnet is mainly made up of IP-based security ...
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