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Thursday September 16, 2021. 02:40 AM
SpaceX has successfully launched the crew of Inspiration4 into orbit. It's the first-ever orbital flight crewed entirely by tourists. From a report: The SpaceX rocket blasted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center just after 8 p.m. ET. The crew includes 38-year-old billionaire ...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: ExpressVPN, a popular VPN company, said it was aware of the 'key facts' of its chief information officer Daniel Gericke's previous employment before hiring him. On Wednesday, the Department of Justice disclosed in court...
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Staff also told to 'seize the patent position' on sixth-gen mobile networks Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei told an internal company meeting his mega-corp must focus early on 6G to avoid being restrained by patents – and it will seek international talent to achieve...
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Sony has released a new software update for the PlayStation 5 that will let you expand the console's internal storage and use the PS5's 3D audio effects on external speakers. CNET reports: The PS5 update will also let you view PS4 and PS5 versions of the same game separately ...
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Akihabara News (Tokyo) — On Tuesday, Clairvest Neem Ventures finally opened an office in Wakayama city, weeks after it was selected to lead the local Integrated Resort (IR) consortium. The office is a modest affair on the second floor of a nondescript office building in the...
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Kazakhstan's parliament approved a bill on Wednesday requiring owners of foreign social media and messaging apps to set up offices in the country or risk being blocked as part of a campaign against cyberbullying. Reuters reports: The draft law, which had passed its first...
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There's some buzz on the internet about the Qux ('Cucks', see), a mysterious gadget being marketed at Trump supporters. Its Indiegogo campaign went into orbit, with more than a thousand people apparently ponying up $150 or more to pre-order one. The brainchild of former...
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Two Thousand Maniacs is a thrilling 1964 horror movie, and you can watch it for free here. Herschel Gordon Lewis, a pioneer of gore films, directed this classic which stars 1963 Playboy Playmate Connie Mason. The movie is about 6 unlucky Yankees who are lured into a small...
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Back in January 2020, we looked at some oddities in Python's handling of Not a Number (NaN) values in its statistics module. The conversation went quiet after that, but it has been revived recently with an eye toward fixing the problems that were reported. As detailed in...
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Two top lawmakers on the Senate Commerce Committee's panel over consumer protection said they were launching a probe into Facebook after The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that the company was aware of the harm Instagram can cause to teenage girls. The Verge reports:...
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Are You at Risk? Is a Blockbuster training video from 1990 that instructs employees on how to handle injuries in the store as well as how to help people who have come in contact with hazardous materials. The nearly intolerable levels of mundanity in this safety video make it ...
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Every time you turn around, another Psaki bomb. 'I don't think the president is looking for the guidance of members of Congress who stood by while… the leader of their party fomented an insurrection' — Jen Psaki on GOP criticism of Gen. — Read the rest
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Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation was made by three creative Mississippi teens Eric Zala, Chris Strompolos, and Jayson Lamb over a seven-year period. The boys began making their own adaptation of Spielberg's hit film when they were only 12 years old in 1982. — Read...
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Wednesday September 15, 2021. 11:58 PM
For at least a week, cloning a public repo made upstream environmental variables accessible From at least September 3 through September 10, public open-source code repositories that used Travis CI exposed their sensitive keys, credentials, and tokens to potential theft.…
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Remote work existed long before the COVID-19 pandemic. However, now it is part of every organization, in many cases, permanently. This fundamental change in the way we work has had a highly disruptive impact on organizations. The more distributed the workplace becomes, the...
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Emergency software patches, in which users are pushed to immediately update phones and computers because hackers have figured out some novel way to break in, are becoming more common. From a report: Researchers raised the alarm Monday about a big one: The Israeli spyware...
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Mmmm... BACN. Is there anything it can't do? DARPA, the famously scattershot defence research agency of people's hearts, has turned its attention to recent announcements of planned and actual communications satellite constellation launches, asking: 'Why can't these things...
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Lenovo has long been one of the tech industry’s canniest vendors in terms of building and extending strategic partnerships. So it is no surprise that both new and existing partners shared the spotlight and rallying cries during last week’s Lenovo Tech World 2021 event....
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IT leaders see the shortage of talent as the biggest barrier to adoption for two-thirds of emerging technologies. That's coming in the way of organizations' digital transformations.
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Mickey Bresman, Co-founder and CEO of Semperis, provides three tips for securing your Active Directory against cyberthreats. Among the topics we discussed: What does “identity-driven cyber resilience” mean? Why is Active Directory (AD) security getting so much attention ...
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