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Friday March 24, 2017. 01:33 PM
It might be expensive, but if roti is a staple food for you and your family, the Rotimatic automatic flatbread maker could be a wise, delicious long-term investment.
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'Synlight,' as it's called, puts out light 10,000 times as intense as that of the sun. The post Photo of the Week: Scientists Fire Up the World’s Largest Artificial Sun (Without Melting Earth) appeared first on WIRED.
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In 2012, Google rolled out Certificate Transparency, a clever system to spot corrupt 'Certificate Authorities,' the entities who hand out the cryptographic certificates that secure the web. If Certificate Authorities fail to do their jobs, they put the entire electronic...
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Thierry Nuttens has announced the launch of a new release candidate for the NuTyX distribution, version 9.0. NuTyX is a Linux distribution built from Linux From Scratch and Beyond Linux From Scratch which features a custom package manager called "cards". The new development...
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Deathly Hallows Mark ii IBM UK appears to have fired the starting gun on a 2.0 redundancy programme for the Infrastructure Services Delivery division – before the first one has even concluded.…
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Researchers at the University of Rochester have developed an artificial intelligence system that can identify coded hate speech online. In early 2016, Google unveiled tech incubator Jigsaw, with the intention of “substantially reducing” […] The post AI Identifies Coded Hate...
    Geek - Mar 24, 01:00 PM
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Switching between multiple open windows of the same program is a problem we try to solve in several ways. Sometimes you have applications that use tabs to view multiple files in one window. For those that don’t, users often turn to Windows’ Snap function or multiple...
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When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail; when all you have is clip art of a hooded hacker figure... (more…)
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Time's cover-story about Donald Trump features a long interview with the president, in which he insists, over and over again, that he is not a liar. It is full of lies. (more…)
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With the shambolic FARC peace deal finally in place, the Colombian government is hoping to shift the country's farmers from Colombia's major cash crop: the coca leaves that are refined into the world's cocaine supply. Perhaps with the guerrillas no longer defending the crops ...
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Google said it is removing carrier SMS texting as part of a broader effort to make Hangouts and Gmail more streamlined and useful for enterprises.
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From the front engined tubes to of yore to the mystic aerodynamic future. The post Witness 60 Years of Glorious F1 Race Car Evolution appeared first on WIRED.
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The world's greatest technocrats follow the cardinal rule of drug dealing: never get high on your own supply. The post Tech Bigwigs Know How Addictive Their Products Are. Why Don’t the Rest of Us? appeared first on WIRED.
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DDoS attacks are a popular cyber criminal technique, used either to cause a distraction for a different crime or demand a ransom for calling off or not launching an attack. New research from Kaspersky Lab reveals how profitable this activity can be. Researchers studied the...
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Back in 2015, the OpenSSL project announced its intent to move away from its rather quirky license. Now it has announced that the change is moving forward. 'After careful review, consultation with other projects, and input from the Core Infrastructure Initiative and legal...
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Apple teases its concept for the elusive smartphone that doubles as a PC.
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Here's a great backstory on the shot of Air Force One that cost a guy his job after commissioning an unannounced low-altitude flight around lower Manhattan. (more…)
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Watchdog proposes fines for everyday repairs, installations and appointments are missed Ofcom has begun consulting on the UK government's desire to compensate consumers and SMEs when telco companies fail, as set out in the Digital Economy Bill, even though the Bill hasn't...
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Studio North was commissioned to refit an old elevator shaft in a converted warehouse loft in Calgary; they built a tall, narrow library with climbable shelves whose hand- and foot-holds retract into the shelving. (more…)
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This nifty crying unicorn candle comes with three colorful wax rainbow horns. Light the horn, and tears of joy start to flow from the unicorn's eyes: (more…)
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