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Wednesday June 26, 2019. 02:00 PM
When it comes to large computer systems, not one of them is fully secure. Even with constant updates to the platforms that keep vital networks humming, there's always a back door. And companies are willing to pay handsomely to effective bouncers that can keep an eye on them. ...
The social network wants to enable easy, inexpensive global commerce, sure. But its ultimate goals are a little more … geopolitical.
Worry-free tablets like the 2019 Fire 7 are great for small, sticky hands. Read our full review of it, and FreeTime Unlimited.
Oh alright then, we'll take your money – if we must Microsoft finally joined the likes of Google and Apple and admitted that, yes, users might want more storage while also upping the security on its file shack.…
San Francisco is the first U.S. city to ban sales of e-cigarettes—battery-powered vaporizers that simulate smoking without burning tobacco. As reported by Bloomberg, new restrictions would make it illegal to sell nicotine vaporizer […] The post San Francisco Is First U.S. C...
    Geek - Jun 26, 01:14 PM
Cough... Yep, profits down 78% in our car crash Q3 financials... cough Micron has begun to supply a 'subset' of DRAM to Huawei in the past fortnight after discovering those products are not covered by the sanctions that prevent Chinese firms buying components from US...
A bill introduced by senators Mark Warner and Josh Hawley would require big tech companies to disclose the data they collect and value it for each user.
Every issue the presidential hopefuls will debate this week is deeply tied to climate change. The question is what the candidates will do about it.
The author brought his 5-year-old son to the world’s largest building industry expo. “Hi, Dad,” he says from the seat of a hulking dump truck. “I’m ginormous!”
Twenty candidates. Two nights. A bunch of 60-second answers. Probably at least one meme. Here's how to watch.
Toyota’s basketball-playing CUE3 humanoid robot has earned a Guinness World Record by sinking 2,020* consecutive free throws. CUE’s road to Guinness glory, however, was not paved in gold. The project dates back to […] The post Nothin’ But Net for Toyota’s Guinness...
    Geek - Jun 26, 12:16 PM
While Google is working to deliver animated stickers and typing prompts in its Android Messages app, OnePlus is beefing up its own messaging app in a different way: with a healthy dose of AI-powered organization.On the 7 Pro and some older handsets, OnePlus’s stock...
Israeli security firms Check Point and CyberInt partnered up this week to find, exploit, and demonstrate a nasty security flaw that allows attackers to hijack player accounts in EA/Origin's online games. The exploit chains together several classic types of...
Ahem, correlation DOES NOT imply causation. Obviously... Analysis If you live in a city where people are more likely to make racist remarks on Twitter, there's apparently a high chance that there are increased rates of racially motivated hate crimes, too.…
An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: All-female astronaut crews could reproduce in space without the help of accompanying men, new research suggests. The study found that frozen samples of sperm exposed to microgravity retained similar characteristics to...
Don't be fooled by the distinguished parentage. This pricey Bluetooth speaker from Bluesound has great features, but its sound is a disappointment.
Nest Who? Ecobee builds our top pick in smart thermostats.
Tsk, tsk... look at you getting accustomed to double digits, chides analyst The three pillars of tech infrastructure - servers, storage and networking - are selling like lukewarm cakes as sectoral heat dissipates.…
Previous price cap of £180 per visit reduced to, er, exactly zero DXC Technology's UK staffers have had their wings clipped by the imposition of some stringent belt tightening - all travel must now be authorised before personnel can visit other sites, including customers.…
Plastic-fantastic Moon shenanigans for Reg hack Hands On One of the more delightful side effects of the current obsession with Apollo 11 at 50 has been the arrival of nerd-pleasing Lego. Today, an injured Vulture had a crack at building his own very Lunar Module.…
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