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Tuesday June 25, 2019. 12:00 PM
The radon-detecting Wave's little brother is a great way to start checking for airborne irritants.
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Long delayed Emergency Services Network probably not helping UK police might not agree on how to measure the success of technology used on the beat, but three-quarters of them want better mobile kit - and more of it.…
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Screams by high schoolers didn't trigger the detector, but some coughs did. So did cheers for pizza.
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Even govt rules have knock-on effects, warns Andrew Sullivan Interview Andrew Sullivan, chief exec of the Internet Society, has condemned governments that 'interfere in underlying technologies that people are allowed to build,' as regulators increasingly target net...
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SpaceX succeeded in launching its third mission with the Falcon Heavy high-capacity rocket it first launched successfully last year. 'The rocket's STP-2 mission took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida towards the end of a four-hour launch window that opened at 11:30 PM ...
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Meanwhile in the home, it's all Google, Amazon, Apple… Analysis The smart home and internet-of-things market has long suffered from a plethora of protocols and standards: from X10 and ZigBee, to LightwaveRF, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, HomeKit, Weave, and Brillo. This month,...
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May mean humans can travel to and infect alien worlds using cryotanks of reproductive cells Humans may be able to colonize space after all, as a new study shows frozen sperm seems to be unaffected by the effects of microgravity.…
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An anonymous reader shares a report from CNBC: A bipartisan team of senators introduced a bill Monday to require social media companies to disclose more information about the data they collect and monetize from their consumers. The Dashboard Act, which stands for Designing...
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Revealed: Long-running espionage campaign targets phone carriers to snoop on VIPs' location, call records Hackers infiltrated the networks of at least ten cellular telcos around the world, and remained hidden for years, as part of a long-running tightly targeted surveillance ...
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Revealed: Long-running espionage campaign targets phone carriers to snoop on VIPs' location, call records Hackers infiltrated the networks of at least ten cellular telcos around the world, and remained hidden for years, as part of a long-running tightly targeted surveillance ...
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In one case, they stole the location and call record data of 20 specific individuals.
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Google announced this morning it's expanding its two-year-old digital safety and citizenship curriculum for children, 'Be Internet Awesome,' to now include media literacy -- specifically, the ability to identify so-called 'fake news' and other false content. 'The company is...
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In response to Spotify's antitrust complaint, Apple claims that Spotify has greatly exaggerated how much money is being taken by the App Store. 'Apple says that it's currently taking a 15 percent cut of subscription fees for around 680,000 Spotify subscribers, representing...
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Prime Day, Amazon’s summer shopping event, is officially back for a fifth year. On Monday, July 15, Amazon will offer deals for 48 hours on over a million products on its sites around the world. Deal hunters can track all the action starting at midnight Pacific time via...
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Last month, Japan's high-speed rail network suffered a massive power outage that cancelled a total of 26 trains and delayed an estimated 12,000 passengers. The cause of the outage? A single, small slug. CNN reports: During a later inspection of the network's electrical...
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Enlarge / Seeing is believing when it comes to HDR, and this mock-up comparison of the display tech hints at what awaits Toshiba buyers. (Note: The TV pictured above is NOT the one we're writing about today.) (credit: Ars Technica) Things are looking a lot brighter for...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have discovered a new method for delivering key nutrients to plant roots -- without having to ensure they're present in the soil where the plants are growing. This method,...
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So claims this Ernst & Young probe report Gerald Cotten, the late Quadriga CEO, created a string of accounts on his Canadian cryptocurrency exchange, each under an alias and containing bogus dollar balances, according to Ernst & Young auditors. He then used those accounts,...
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The Raspberry Pi is a small single-board computer that's exploded in popularity over the years thanks to its wide array of uses. While it was originally designed to promote the teaching of basic computer science in schools and in developing countries, the computers have been ...
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Google sister company Sidewalk Labs outlines a plan for a 12-acre lot with affordable housing, a pneumatic tube for garbage, and room for autonomous vehicles.
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