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Thursday October 19, 2017. 08:11 PM
Town has an API, but no cars Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs venture has chosen Toronto as its urban laboratory – one in which humans may ultimately be optional.…
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Netflix's new trailer finally reveals when Marvel antihero Frank Castle will be crashing into your living room.
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Enlarge (credit: Media for Medical) Chronic intestinal disturbances may in part be handed down from above, according to a study published Thursday in Science. Intestinal pathogens can lurk in the mouth and—at just the right moments—interlope in the gut to help trigger...
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If you’re looking for a powerful desktop that won’t break the bank, take a look at the XPS 8900 from Dell. With a Skylake CPU, fast DDR4 memory, and lots of customizability, this […] The post Geek deals: Dell XPS 8900 Skylake desktop PC for $620 appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - Oct 19, 07:45 PM
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Tekla Perry writes: Researchers at Stanford have demonstrated that they can use ordinary, underground fiber optic cables to monitor for earthquakes, by using innate impurities in the fiber as virtual sensors. 'People didn't believe this would work,' said one of the...
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Expert's protip: 'Hope is not an investment strategy' If you threw money at the blockchain startup Tezos during its $232m initial coin offering fundraising round in July, here's something you can learn for future investments.…
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Comics from Canada are some of my all-time new favorites. Toronto produces some of the coolest comics and creators that tell the stories we want to hear. For the spooky season, TO Comix […] The post The Wayward Sisters Anthology is Live on Kickstarter Now appeared first on...
    Geek - Oct 19, 07:30 PM
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Ten days in with the new Apple Watch 3, and I'm amazed by how quickly it integrated into daily life.
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Denuvo is billed as the video game industry's 'best in class' DRM, charging games publishers a premium to prevent people from playing their games without paying for them. In years gone by, Denuvo DRM would remain intact for as long as a month before cracks were widely...
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Tribe has sovereign immunity to legal challenges A Native American tribe in New York is going after Microsoft and Amazon for infringing its patents.…
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In 1911, three British explorers made a perilous 70-mile journey in the dead of the Antarctic winter to gather eggs from a penguin rookery in McMurdo Sound. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow the three through perpetual darkness and...
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On the sidelines of announcing the fifth release candidate for the Linux kernel version 4.14, Linus Torvalds said fuzzing, which involves stress testing a system by generating random code to induce errors, is helping the community find and fix a range of security...
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12-term Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen [R-NJ] raised $157k last quarter, while two of the Democrats who're challenging him in 2018, former Navy pilot Mikie Sherrill and family advocate Tamara Harris both outraised him by big margins -- $498,000 for Sherrill! (more…)
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Cole Sprouse may hate that people keep referring to Riverdale’s second season as “dark,” but so far, that’s what it is. Two episodes in, we have a serial killer, obsessive behavior, and evil parents. […] The post Archie’s Got a Gun and Betty Saves Everyone on Riverdale...
    Geek - Oct 19, 06:45 PM
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Ernie Smith's Motherboard article on the early years of DRM gets into some fascinating stories about things like IBM's Cryptolope and Xerox PARC's Contentguard (which became a patent troll), Intertrust's belief that it is 'developing the basis for a civil society in...
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DAILY VIDEO: ZTE Axon M is the first dual-screen foldable phone to hit the mobile market; Qualcomm announces the speedy Snapdragon 636 chip and successful 5G tests; Microsoft debuts the hybrid Surface Book 2 for 'all-day work'; and there's more.
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Martin Kirkholt Melhus's workplace bans connecting his development computer to the internet, so he hacked together a modem using HTML5: by plugging over-the-ear headphones into his laptop's 3.5mm audio jack and then placing the headphones over a network-connected built-in...
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Q3 profits and revenues up but execs grilled over cloudy future Enterprise giant SAP has reported an increase in both revenues and operating profits for the latest quarter – but execs were forced to explain a slowdown in cloud bookings.…
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The DockerCon EU conference was loaded with content and news, including a big announcement concerning Kubernetes.
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This is the lowest price I've seen for this super popular, cheap 10 piece camping cook set. The pot and pan, with lids, neatly stack. Netly stack into a size that is just right to fit into my VW Vanagon's sink, with some dishtowels and a cutting board, for storage as I...
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