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Sunday September 23, 2018. 04:00 PM
Enlarge / This is probably the TPR pedals' best angle—looks almost like a race car engine. (credit: Lee Hutchinson) Specs at a glance: Thrustmaster Pendular Rudder pedals Manufacturer Thrustmaster Device type Flight simulator rudder pedals with toe brakes Axes...
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'These devices kind of look like cell phone chargers, so they probably thought they had some kind of street value,' said the co-founder of Roambee, a shipping-monitoring services company, in a classic story shared by Iwastheone: [He's] talking about the hundred or so GPS...
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Enlarge / Given this picture and audio of the word 'airliner,' a neural network identifies the portions of the image where there's an airplane (indicated by the red lines). The software learned to do this entirely by looking at 400,000 pictures, each paired with a brief,...
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Last week, the downpour of news on the internet never let up.
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The new Audi E-tron, Tesla’s crash test, the Ferrari Monzas, and more car news from this week.
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The roster of people carrying student debt is really just 'a list of people liable to additional taxation after graduation'; in 2007, GW Bush signed into law the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program that would allow debt-haunted grads to earn loan forgiveness by...
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McDonald's workers in ten US cities staged a mass walkout last week, demanding that the company take action on the rampant sexual abuse and harassment in its franchisees' stores; as the workers pointed out, the company surveils and controls their every move on-shift down to...
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Sipping on whiskey is already a sophisticated experience, but that doesn't mean you can't kick it up a notch. A perfect addition to your desk or home bar, the Eravino Whiskey Globe Decanter features a beautifully etched map on the surface and an eye-catching glass ship...
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An Alexa-powered microwave may sound silly. Here's why it's a brilliant idea.
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A Danish woodworker’s bet on a new ­manufacturing process gave us a toy that never gets old.
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When the private equity raiders who took over Toys R Us, saddled it up with debt, extracted $200,000,000 and then crashed it, they took the employee severance fund with them, but that wasn't the final indignity the titans of finance inflicted on the workforce before turning...
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Slashdot reader cold fjord writes: Britain's Ministry of Defence and GCHQ signals intelligence establishment have put forward a plan to increase staff devoted to offensive cyber operations up to 2,000, quadrupling it over current levels. Funding would also increase by at...
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The JBL Link View is a Google-powered display-speaker hybrid with some serious audio prowess.
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The brain's way of processing smells is inspiring scientists to rethink how we design machine learning algorithms.
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It all started with a slide-out keyboard. Long before camera notches, wireless charging, and confectionery-themed code names, Android was a humble operating system that ran on a single phone: the Google-HTC T-Mobile G1, later known as the HTC Dream. And we got our first look ...
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Building on technology gained via the 2017 acquisition of Komand, Rapid7 is now rolling out new security orchestration and automation capabilities in its product portfolio.
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An anonymous Slashdot reader summarizes an article by a senior security researcher at Forecepoint Security Labs: Among cyber criminals, there has been a trend in recent years for using more so called 'fileless' attacks. The driver for this is to avoid detection by...
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Long-time Slashdot reader kwelch007 writes: I finally gave in, after years of Android loyalty, because the iPhone and Apple Watch just worked, so I was told (and it is true). I changed from my Motorola Maxx for an iPhone 7, because I wanted the Apple Watch. Shortly after, I...
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An anonymous reader writes: Hackaday recently engaged in a bit of urban exploration, taking a look inside of a recently purchased Toys 'R' Us location that has been boarded up since the once giant toy store chain folded in June. Inside they found plenty of hardware left...
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'Computers can solve your problem. You may not like the answer,' writes the Boston Globe. Slashdot reader sandbagger explains: 'Boston Public Schools asked MIT graduate students Sebastien Martin and Arthur Delarue to build an algorithm that could do the enormously...
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