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Wednesday June 26, 2019. 03:50 PM
Researchers at Check Point working with CyberInt have uncovered a chain of vulnerabilities in the Origin gaming client developed by Electronic Arts (EA). If exploited, the vulnerabilities could have led to player account takeover and identity theft. Researchers have...
Cardiogram now works with Fitbit devices so users can visualize how stress, diet, or exercise affect their heart beat.
Always dreamt of spending a night in a French castle or Tuscan villa? Airbnb’s got you covered. The lodging service this week introduced Luxe: a new rental tier aimed at people with cash […] The post You’ll Need Very Deep Pockets to Book Airbnb Luxe Accommodation appeared...
    Geek - Jun 26, 03:36 PM
Casts an eye over biz's agreements with 7 of its main customers Updated The European Commission is rolling up its sleeves and once again donning its tight plastic gloves, as it begins another probe into a chip designer – this time Silicon Valley-based Broadcom.…
The first concept proposed by RETALT is a Falcon 9 clone. [credit: RETALT ] This month, the European Commission revealed a new three-year project to develop technologies needed for two proposed reusable launch vehicles. The commission provided €3 million to the German...
In the wake of privacy scandals like that involving Cambridge Analytica consumers are changing their online behavior and sharing less information. This is among the findings of new research from privacy app FigLeaf which shows 82 percent of online users in the US and 75...
I've never been able to get into Doctor Who, but I loves me some David Tennant. His performances in Broadchurch (Not that crappy American Gracepoint remake nonsense, mind you), Jessica Jones and, most recently, Good Omens, have been absolutely amazing. There's something...
On average, businesses run 27 percent of their workloads and applications in public clouds and expect this figure to nearly double to 48 percent within the next one to two years, according to a new study. The report from IT marketplace Spiceworks shows 69 percent of...
Here's something that might make you feel old: The first episode of Seinfeld ran July 5, 1989. Thirty years ago! To celebrate this 30th-anniversary milestone, designer Brent Waller has recreated Jerry's now-iconic Manhattan apartment in LEGO, along with minifigs of Jerry,...
As usual when it comes to reviewing big Nintendo games, I and several other games journalists have been playing Super Mario Maker 2 for a couple of weeks now. It’s the kind of […] The post Review: ‘Super Mario Maker 2’ Is Couples Therapy appeared first on
    Geek - Jun 26, 03:00 PM
Enlarge / The swinging crane makes for some interesting puzzle options. When I reviewed the first Super Mario Maker in 2015, I lamented that the game didn't debut years earlier as a Wii U console launch title. No other game before or since so easily showed off the...
Oregon's climate change bill that would cap carbon emissions and make polluters pay for their greenhouse gas production is dead, Senate President Peter Courtney, a Democrat, announced on the state Senate floor Tuesday morning. 'As a walkout by Republican senators over the...
Twenty years ago the Disney Channel original film presented a world where humans were far less afraid of digital assistants than we are now.
Opinion: Venmo makes sending and receiving money a social affair. But those emoji-laden payment descriptions leave you exposed to cyberattacks.
A conversation with Matías Duarte, one of the designers of Android, about how notifications grew from an idea to a relentless buzz.
San Francisco-based Juul and other e-cigarette companies were given a swift kick in the stones today by the Golden Gate City as San Francisco became the first city in the United States to ban the sale of electronic cigarettes within its borders. From The New York Times:...
Thanks in large part to a counter-phishing product. Doh! The criminals behind the Wipro phishing attack from earlier this year also targeted Western Union, Expedia, Rackspace and a whole host of other big companies, according to threat intel outfit RiskIQ.…
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and law enforcement officials teamed up to crack down on illegal robocalls. Their joint “Operation Call It Quits” effort targets U.S. enterprises responsible for more than 1 billion […] The post FTC, Law Enforcement ‘Call It Quits’ On...
    Geek - Jun 26, 02:27 PM
The NRA announced that it is firing its longtime advertising firm and spokesperson Dana Loesch. It's the latest episode in the grifter civil war that's engulfed the gun lobby group. The N.R.A. on Tuesday also severed all business with its estranged advertising firm, Ackerman ...
Ah, phone plans. We know you can’t live without ‘em, but maybe you could live without paying ridiculously high monthly fees? Despite what the carriers say, all network coverage is essentially the same […] The post Want to Lower Your Phone Bill to $15 a Month? Check Out Mi...
    Geek - Jun 26, 02:00 PM
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