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Friday May 26, 2017. 03:59 PM
From Nasa's Juno probe: This image shows Jupiter’s south pole, as seen by NASA’s Juno spacecraft from an altitude of 32,000 miles (52,000 kilometers). The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometers) in diameter. Multiple images taken with the JunoCam...
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Although ransomware in some form has been around since 2005, a new survey of 5,000 US consumers reveals that for 57 percent the recent WannaCry attack was their first exposure to how it works. The study by endpoint security company Carbon Black also shows that seven out of...
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If you want a thorough, everyday clean, maybe you should consider using robots. The Roomba 650 Vacuuming Robot provides a thorough clean at the push of a button. The patented, 3-Stage Cleaning System easily picks up dust, pet hair and large debris like cereal and works on...
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I have been enjoying the Opera desktop web browser lately. In fact, the experience has been so good, that I have been using it on Windows 10, Linux, and macOS. The browser has many great features, plenty of extensions, and it is darn fast too. As an iPhone and iPad user, I...
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'I'm Commander-in-Chief, bitch!' A fundraising vehicle to help get the world's fifth richest man Mark Zuckerberg elected as President of the United States will now take your money.…
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New analysis of ancient fossils could upend decades of thinking on when the last common ancestor of humans and chimps lived. Even more surprising, humans may have originated in Europe rather than in Africa. The post 7.2-Million-Year-Old Jawbone Indicates Oldest Hominin...
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Memory’s been a thorn in the side of AMD’s Ryzen processors ever since they launched. Memory speed and latency can play a major part in Ryzen’s performance, but early AM4 motherboards haven’t been able to offer robust memory overclocking capabilities. Ryzen PCs...
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$100m+ quarterly loss fuels relentless drive for growth Nutanix is racing on to the billion dollar revenue mark for next year with a $100m net loss fuelled quarter of growth.…
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Sorry, Destiny. Move over, Master Chief. This is Bungie’s magnum opus. The post Game of the Year: Pimps at Sea appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - May 26, 03:00 PM
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Enlarge / Next-to-last supper? (credit: Ubisoft Montreal) LOS ANGELES—I leaned back in a hotel-suite chair and took in a bonkers video-game pitch from an Ubisoft producer while folding and unfolding the tiny American flag I'd been given moments before. The 13-year-old Far ...
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The messaging app Kik Interactive has decided to create its own digital currency. Kik's plans are for an 'initial coin offering,' a process by which it sells tokens that can be used to buy services on its platform. 'The idea is that as more and more people use Kik, the value ...
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Astroboffin-in-training makes dating breakthrough Astroboffins have figured out a new way of dating planets and meteorites by counting individual atoms in rock samples snatched from the depths of space.…
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Enlarge / Dr. Jack Gilbert, sampling a hospital room before the microbial mayhem begins. (credit: University of Chicago) In the first few hours of a hospital stay, the microbes living on the walls and other surfaces of the hospital try to overthrow your skin microbiome....
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Summer is nigh. These are the books to keep on-hand while prepping for your next vacation. The post 9 Essential Summer Reads—From Sci-Fi to Philosophical Superheroes appeared first on WIRED.
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Check Point software claims that mobile apps were being used in one of the largest ever malware campaigns on Google Play.
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Enlarge (credit: Irradiated Hound Entertainment) News broke earlier in May that Rebellion—the games and publishing company that owns 2000AD, the world's greatest comic—has joined up with IM Global to bring more Judge Dredd to our screens. In interviews since,...
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Growing businesses are looking to hire talent that is sharp, motivated and can easily fit into existing company culture. It’s the matter of finding that talent that can cost companies a lot of money. Consider the resources invested in the initial search, the offer period,...
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Signs of machine translation spotted by analysts The ‪WannaCry‬pt extortion notes were most likely written by Chinese-speaking authors, according to linguistic analysis.…
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Enlarge (credit: Aurich / Thinkstock) In the wake of this spring's Senate ruling nixing FCC privacy regulations imposed on ISPs, you may be (even more) worried about how your data is used, misused, and abused. There have been a lot of opinions on this topic since, ranging...
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So we all know DNA stores the code that makes us… well… possible, right? Those Gs, Ts, Cs and As might not seem like much, but they’re effectively the same as computer code. […] The post DNA Could Power the Hard Drives of the Future appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - May 26, 02:00 PM
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