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Tuesday June 25, 2019. 04:44 PM
Hackers broke into the systems of more than a dozen global telecom firms and stole huge amounts of data in a seven-year spying campaign, researchers from a cyber security company said, identifying links to previous Chinese cyber-espionage activities. From a report:...
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Complaint claims rival Tanium's hires took deal data with them McAfee is suing former senior salespeople whom it alleges stole company trade secrets when they moved to a rival security vendor.…
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Public library cardholders in New York City will no longer have access to tens of thousands of movies through Kanopy as of July 1, when the New York, Brooklyn and Queens public libraries end their partnerships with the streaming service because of the cost, the libraries...
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Over in proprietary land, musical chairs a thing at Microsoft too as former Windows Insider-in-chief quits To lose one board member may be regarded as a misfortune, to lose two looks like carelessness, but to lose three?…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reuters: U.S. parcel delivery firm FedEx Corp on Monday sued the U.S. government, saying it should not be held liable if it inadvertently shipped products that violated a Trump administration ban on exports to some Chinese companies....
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*Holey Moley* forces mini-golfers to surmount an obstacle course to win. But the options for physics-inspired golf stunts are endless—here are a few ideas.
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Enlarge / Garmin Dash Cam Mini. (credit: Valentina Palladino) Update: Our original Dash Cam Guidemaster was published in March 2018, but we recently tested out some of the newest options and updated our picks—just in time for 2019 summer road trips. If you've ever been in ...
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Enrollees—mainly engineers and health workers—pretend to live on Mars, wear spacesuits, and ride in ATVs as medical disasters crop up around them.
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Low Earth orbit satellites spin around the earth, slurping up temperature and humidity data, and feeding the numbers to supercomputer weather models.
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The very existence of Indoor Explorer, which uses Bluetooth beacons to map public indoor spaces, has profound implications for the debate over the role of giant tech platforms.
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Heartbeat rhythms could be the next biometric authentication method Biometric systems could use the unique patterns from a person's ECG reading for biometric sign-ons.…
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Handy features in the Store applications, but the underlying infrastructure changes matter more Hands On Microsoft's new terminal app is now available in the Windows Store - so naturally your vultures took it for a spin.…
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The FCC proposes to auction a portion of spectrum reserved decades ago for educational uses. Some education advocates aren't happy.
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YouTube is full of channels for learning how people survived centuries ago. They might be the nicest places on the internet.
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'Wizards Unite' is bloated and overly complex—but at least it's something different.
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Apple's next mobile operating system is now available as a public beta. Here's what you need to know about iOS 13.
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With OWC’s Envoy Pro Ex with USB-C, another company is promising to deliver the full potential of USB external storage via NVMe SSDs. OWC claims 980MBps of sustained throughput, which is very fast, though we'll verify that when we test it. The drive, which is Mac- and...
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Internet fraud takes many forms, from retail websites that don’t deliver, to emails phishing for credit card or bank information, to tech support scams that take over your desktop, and everything in between. They share a common goal, however: extracting money or personal...
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Although third time unlucky as the centre stage enjoys an explosive landing SpaceX's Falcon Heavy turned night into day this morning as the monster rocket successfully hauled itself from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A.…
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Apple is planning on bringing 2,000 jobs to Seattle by 2024 -- twice the number it initially planned. Engadget reports: The new roles would focus on software and hardware and effectively multiply Apple's existing workforce by five. Currently, there are roughly 500 Apple...
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