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Thursday June 27, 2019. 01:29 PM
This is fine. 100 others have... fsck, I've hit a ditch Updated 'You are not a lemming,' said a traffic anchor of not one, not two, but reportedly about 100 people who came a cropper after following Google Maps' directions onto a muddy dirt road to avoid a road snarlup on...
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Benedict Cumberbatch and Nicholas Hoult play arch-rivals Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, respectively, locked in a race to electrify the world in The Current War. In The Current War, brilliant inventors and arch-rivals Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Nikola Tesla...
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For a small group of bitcoin enthusiasts, the internet is a vulnerability. They're using satellites, ham radios, and mesh networks to stay current on the cryptocurrency.
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She's calling her new shapewear line 'Kimono'—which is both terrible and terribly useful.
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If computer privacy is critical enough that many laptops now include a physical webcam shutter, why can't you do the same for the microphone?It’s a question that PC makers should be asking themselves. Some, like Dell, say they’re working on a solution. But for whatever...
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'We are NOT okay with it' says Architecture Lead StackOverflow, a popular resource for developers looking for code to copy and paste solutions to tricky programming issues, has been found to be serving an ad complete with JavaScript code intended to track users regardless of ...
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Many a time I have fallen down the YouTube rabbit hole of recommended videos, surfacing 45 minutes later, just to realize I forgot to file a story or eat lunch. The Google-owned social […] The post YouTube Gives Users More Control Over Recommended Videos appeared first on Gee...
    Geek - Jun 27, 12:39 PM
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Ericsson announced its plans to build a 5G factory in the U.S. sometime early next year. 'The factory will be the Swedish telco equipment maker's first fully-automated factory, the company said, and will be used to produce 5G radios designed for urban areas,' reports ZDNet....
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UK state pension age-extender no longer forced to make ends meet on his own £1.8m pension pot Exclusive Former permanent secretary at the UK's Department for Work and Pensions, Robert Devereux, is to join software giant Salesforce.…
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Decommissioning to carry on while commercial interests sniff around Scottish satellite fanciers The tortured tale of the Dundee Satellite Receiving Station took another turn in recent weeks as a proposal to rescue the venerable institution suffered a setback.…
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All is well in Westminster, honest Comment A group of tinfoil-hatted wackos have held a public meeting to talk about the dangers of “electromagnetic fields” and demand 5G mobile network rollouts are halted. Unfortunately for the Great British Public, those moonhowlers...
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A pair of recent findings show how hackers can compromise Excel users without any fancy exploits.
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Tekla Perry writes: When WYSIWIG pioneer Charles Simonyi went to space, he couldn't but help notice the awkward user interface on the rocket's control panel. It was a case of legacy systems, not wanting to change training and documentation, and an emulator that ran Unix on a ...
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Not-quite-Iranian kit-bricking malware emerges as Tehran blamed for rise in cyber-attacks Not content to be the focus of the geopolitical news cycle, Iran now also finds itself in the middle of two major developments in the security world.…
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More than 1 in 2 products have serious flaws, some potentially backdoors, we're told Huawei, the Chinese manufacturing giant targeted by the Trump administration as a national security threat, has some of the least secure networking products in the industry, according to...
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Join govt-backed Tech Nation’s programme for folks with big practical plans for machine-learning systems Promo Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future, with countries around the world investing heavily to compete in initiatives that apply machine-learning to solving...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: A new study suggests that people who take a class of common medicines called anticholinergic drugs for several years may be more likely to develop dementia as they age (Warning: source may be paywalled; alternative ...
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After an emergency alert was accidentally sent to Hawaii residents last year, warning of an impending nuclear ballistic missile attack, researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder were prompted to ask the question: How easy would it be to exploit the nation's emergency ...
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Uncle Sam needs to step in and audit machine-learning systems, House committee told US House reps on Wednesday grilled a panel of experts on the various impacts artificial intelligence are likely to have on society, privacy, ethics, and so forth, and what can be done about...
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The FCC has granted Verizon a partial waiver to start SIM locking new handsets to its network for 60 days. 'This news out of the FCC is the response to Verizon requesting back in February that it be allowed to lock devices to help deter fraud and theft,' reports Droid Life....
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