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Thursday June 27, 2019. 07:44 AM
More than 1 in 2 products have serious flaws, some potentially backdoors, we're told Huawei, the Chinese manufacturing giant targeted by the Trump administration as a national security threat, has some of the least secure networking products in the industry, according to...
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Join govt-backed Tech Nation’s programme for folks with big practical plans for machine-learning systems Promo Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future, with countries around the world investing heavily to compete in initiatives that apply machine-learning to solving...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: A new study suggests that people who take a class of common medicines called anticholinergic drugs for several years may be more likely to develop dementia as they age (Warning: source may be paywalled; alternative ...
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After an emergency alert was accidentally sent to Hawaii residents last year, warning of an impending nuclear ballistic missile attack, researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder were prompted to ask the question: How easy would it be to exploit the nation's emergency ...
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Uncle Sam needs to step in and audit machine-learning systems, House committee told US House reps on Wednesday grilled a panel of experts on the various impacts artificial intelligence are likely to have on society, privacy, ethics, and so forth, and what can be done about...
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The FCC has granted Verizon a partial waiver to start SIM locking new handsets to its network for 60 days. 'This news out of the FCC is the response to Verizon requesting back in February that it be allowed to lock devices to help deter fraud and theft,' reports Droid Life....
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Transient Plasma Systems has its roots in pulsed power technology developed for the Department of Defense at the University of Southern California, specifically nanosecond-duration pulses of power. Since 2009, it has...
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Sim uncovers code-triggered hardware failure that pitches jetliner nose down Yet another deadly and baffling safety flaw has been uncovered in Boeing's 737 Max line of airplanes.…
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More than 50 percent of US lawmakers use Facebook tracking technology known as a pixel—including some of Facebook's biggest critics.
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The r/The_Donald subreddit has been 'quarantined' by Reddit administrators after a series of threats against police were posted there. Slashdot reader AmiMoJo shares an excerpt from The Daily Beast: 'Recent behaviors including threats against the police and public figures is ...
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Limit the reach of falsehoods without stifling speech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
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You can now block certain channels from showing up in your “Up Next” list.
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Enlarge / A Tesla Motors Inc. Model S electric automobile sits connected to a charger inside a Tesla store in Munich, Germany, on Monday, March 30, 2015. (credit: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images) According to a report today from CNBC, Tesla is working on research ...
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Apple has hired one of ARM's top chip engineers as the iPhone maker looks to expand its own chip development to more powerful devices, including the Mac, and new categories like a headset. Bloomberg reports: The company hired Mike Filippo in May for a chip architect...
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Enlarge / Apple's iPad Pro had a new, Apple-designed chip called the A12X that rivaled many high-end laptop CPUs in performance. (credit: Samuel Axon) Apple has hired an experienced CPU designer to join its team. Mike Filippo joined Apple last month with the title...
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Less than a week after a first Florida city agreed to pay a whopping $600,000 to get their data back from hackers, now, a second city's administration has taken the same path. On Monday, in an emergency meeting of the city council, the administration of Lake City, a small...
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Oh no Xi didn't! Fresh details emerge on mega-hack Fresh details have emerged revealing just how deeply Chinese government hackers plundered HPE, IBM, DXC, Fujitsu, Tata, and others, stealing corporate secrets and rifling through their customers' networks.…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from CNN: A new flaw has been discovered in the computer system for the Boeing 737 Max that could push the plane downward, according to two sources familiar with the testing, an issue that is expected to further delay the aircraft's return ...
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Wednesday June 26, 2019. 11:57 PM
Enlarge / Iran's hacking groups are scaling up, hitting Saudi companies and other organizations, according to a Recorded Future report. (credit: Getty Images) A new report from the threat research firm Recorded Future finds that activity from APT33—the Iranian 'threat...
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