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Wednesday November 14, 2018. 01:00 PM
This is for everyone who follows me on social media, or who has read my press criticism. All my former students. Fans of my blog, PressThink. Anyone who owns my book. Anyone who's heard me speak. It is a personal statement, from me to them. I have never asked you for...
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Incomedia has released major new versions of its wizard-driven web-building tool with the launch of WebSite X5 Evolution 17.0. Website X5 Evolution is accompanied by both higher (Professional) and lower (Start) packages. Version 17.0 is the third major update of 2018, and...
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In January 2018, researchers made a blockbuster announcement of seemingly unpatchable security bugs lurking in Intel processors; after a round of initial reassurances about the mitigations for these bugs, it became apparent that the reassurances were overblown, and active...
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Resiniferatoxin is 10,000 times hotter than the hottest pepper, and has features that make it promising as a painkiller of last resort.
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The owner of Bikini.com is using open source software to create artificial-intelligence image-recognition systems for Chinese companies and authorities.
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On tiny Plum Island, DARPA stages a real-life blackout to put its grid recovery tools to the test.
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Landmark lit up in orange, New Yorkers underwhelmed New York's finest building* has turned orange to welcome Amazon to town.…
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At the Mobile Pwn2Own 2018 event, hackers earn $325,000 in awards for demonstrating new zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Xiaomi Mi6 phones
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When two blocks are set down on top of each other, they're oriented so that they have nine intersections. (credit: Pi et al.) Phase-change memory seems to offer the best of both worlds: the speed of current RAM with the permanence of a hard disk. While current...
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Mini Materials are 1:6 scale construction toys made from brick, wood, concrete and other real construction materials: everything from breeze blocks to Jersey barriers to pine pallets (marketed as drinks coasters!). (via Super Punch)
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If there’s any review I’ve been anxiously awaiting to write, it’s this one. Having seen demos at vendor showcases, I knew NVMe SSD setups could go far faster than what’s possible with the single M.2 slot most PCs offer.To see HighPoint’s 7101A 4-slot, x16 PCIe NVMe ...
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Tells gov.au: There's your scope creep. Now can we talk about busting cryptography? When Australia implemented its telecommunications data retention regime, privacy wonks worried about the potential for scope creep. The same warnings have been made about the government's...
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RGB is the buzzword in peripherals these days, but few have found any real use for them. It’s all well and good to have an RGB-enabled mouse or headset or keyboard, but aside from a few gimmicks like “imitating the sirens in Grand Theft Auto,” it’s still more about...
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Sony's XBR X900F can handle just about any kind of material with aplomb, including HDR. But its color palette is subdued and light bleed on black backgrounds is noticeable with the Xtended Dynamic Range function engaged.
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You can buy the $60 sensor exclusively at the Apple Store.
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It's sing-along-a-Stob time Stob It's that time of year, in the northern hemisphere, when IT specialists reluctantly abandon their rugged, outdoor lifestyle, and gather around Mama's upright piano to sing some favourite old songs... with updated, satirical lyrics. Like...
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One of the biggest security stories of 2018 has been the discovery of the Meltdown and Spectre chip flaws. Known as speculative execution exploits, the flaws make it possible to steal potentially sensitive information and there has been an on-going battle to issue patches...
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Iwastheone shares a reprot from Science Magazine: Circling our galaxy is a stealthy giant. Astronomers have discovered a dwarf galaxy, called Antlia 2, that is one-third the size of the Milky Way itself. As big as the Large Magellanic Cloud, the galaxy's largest companion,...
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RPC over TLS: You know it makes sense An Internet Engineering Task Force group has turned its attention to how Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) travel over the internet, and decided a bit of (easy) encryption is in order.…
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HPC pusher bats eyelids at OEM flingers after biggest product refresh in a while HPC supplier Panasas has introduced a faster file system and non-proprietary hardware design in its biggest product refresh for a decade or more.…
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