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Monday September 24, 2018. 12:03 PM
They just take a battering ram to the gates The bots spewing out malicious login attempts by the bucketload appear to have cranked it up a notch.…
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On Friday night, after the first Texas Senate debate where he faced Ted Cruz, Beto O'Rourke went to a Dallas Whataburger and air-drummed to The Who's 'Baba O’Riley' while waiting to get to the drive-thru window, commenting, 'This is the best song ever.' This clip is just...
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This competent cleaner boasts laser navigation and Google Home and Amazon Alexa integration at a fraction of premium-model prices.
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FreeOffice is the no-cost version of SoftMaker Office, a full-featured Office alternative to Microsoft Office. It included its own takes on Microsoft’s trio of productivity apps: TextMaker (Word), PlanMaker (Excel), and Presentations (PowerPoint). FreeOffice includes many...
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Digital protection platform maker ZeroFOX helps eWEEK provide a look at the most prominent social media threats plaguing users today and ways to defend against each.
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Digital protection platform maker ZeroFOX helps eWEEK provide a look at the most prominent social media threats plaguing users today and ways to defend against each.
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Listen up, it's the weekly network roundup Juniper Networks this week pulled the covers off the latest in its Contrail range, a carrier edge product called Contrail Edge Cloud.…
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A minute's malfunction? Mere millions Who, Me? Good Monday morning, Reg readers, and welcome once more to Who, Me? – our regular trip down memory lane for those with something to get off their chest.…
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Microsoft's latest version of its Windows Admin Center, designed for managing the coming Windows Server 2019 release, is already available for download.
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Slashdot reader OneHundredAndTen writes: Sir Michael Atiyah claims to have proved the Riemann hypothesis. This is not some internet crank, but one the towering figures of mathematics in the second half of the 20th century. The thing is, he's almost 90 years old. According to ...
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Your dose of machine-learning medicine Roundup Good morning – here's some machine-learning bits and bytes to kick start your week. If this sort of tech is right up your street, then perhaps check out our AI conference, M3, in London, England. OK, on with the show...…
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Qbertino writes: The German Web industry magazine T3N (think of it as the German TechCrunch) has an article about a test circuit and a test vehicle -- a modified Mercedes Benz limousine of the time -- that was set up by the German tire manufacturer Continental in order to...
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Browser maker faces backlash for failing to inform users about Chrome Sync behavioral change.
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An anonymous reader shares an article from Bloomberg: In early November, Qualcomm Chairman Paul Jacobs stood on a stage in the heart of Silicon Valley and vowed to break Intel's stranglehold on the world's most lucrative chip business. The mobile internet and cloud computing ...
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sharkbiter shares a report from Space.com: The suspense is over: Two tiny hopping robots have successfully landed on an asteroid called Ryugu -- and they've even sent back some wild postcards from their new home. The tiny rovers are part of the Japan Aerospace Exploration...
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The 4.19-rc5 kernel prepatch has been released by Greg Kroah-Hartman. 'As almost everyone knows, it's been an 'interesting' week from a social point-of-view. But from the technical side, -rc5 looks totally normal.'
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This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Bodhi Linux 5.0.0News: elementary OS developers answer questions, Solus publishes ISO update, UBports invites user feedback, Linux Torvalds plans temporary vacation from kernel development, pfSense 2.3.x nears its end of lifeReview:...
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In a study published in Science Advances, researchers in Drexel's College of Engineering describe a method for spraying invisibly thin antennas, made from a type of two-dimensional, metallic material called MXene, that perform as well as those being used in mobile devices,...
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Sunday September 23, 2018. 11:21 PM
Cal Jeffrey reporting for TechSpot: Back in May, several studios started targeting movie-pirating sites and services. Dallas Buyers Club, Cobbler Nevada, Bodyguard Productions, and several other copyright owners filed a lawsuit against ShowBox, a movie-streaming app for...
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