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Saturday June 22, 2019. 04:00 PM
On Wednesday of this week, an Israeli firm called Regulus Cyber issued a press release stating that 'spoofing attacks on the Tesla GNSS (GPS) receiver could easily be carried out wirelessly and remotely.' In the firm's demonstration attack on a Model 3, 'the car reacted as...
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Plus, burps of hot plasma and sticky galaxy gas.
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Also Waymo is releasing a data set for you self-driving car nerds Roundup If you wanna know what's been happening in AI this week beyond what we've already covered, here's a quick roundup...…
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Enlarge / From the animist deck. I hope you like spiders... Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games! Check out our complete board gaming coverage at cardboard.arstechnica.com. Card battle games are a cornerstone of analog gaming. From the venerable...
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Zorro shares a report from The Register: Smart speakers are always listening for wake words, and recording everything they hear to improve their neural networks and target their masters with marketing. It's, frankly, creepy. Academics at the University of Washington in...
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A ransomware haul, a border security leak, and more of the week's top security news.
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These are some of the best local cooperative multiplayer games for 2 - 4 players—split screen fun for every gaming system.
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Enlarge (credit: Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images) Early Sunday morning, all of mainland Argentina lost power in an “unprecedented” blackout event that left most of the country’s 44 million citizens in the dark until the evening. The blackout also...
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From camp chairs to computers, we scoured the web to highlight some of our favorite tech deals this weekend.
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Millions of people are running out of water in Chennai, India's sixth largest city. The Chembarambakkam reservoir and the three other reservoirs that have traditionally supplied Chennai are nearly all dry, leaving the city suffering from an acute water shortage. CNN reports: ...
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Earlier this week, Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos explained how its spacecraft will eventually be powered with fuel harvested from the moon. CNBC reports: 'We know things about the moon now we didn't know about during the Apollo days,' Bezos said, speaking at the...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from the BBC: For the first time since the Industrial Revolution, Britain is obtaining more power from zero-carbon sources than fossil fuels. The milestone has been passed for the first five months of 2019. National Grid says clean energy...
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Amazon's delivery drones may also be used to offer 'surveillance as a service.' According to The Verge, 'Amazon was recently granted a patent that outlines how its UAVs could keep an eye on customers' property between deliveries while supposedly maintaining their privacy.'...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: A report published this week by the NASA Office of Inspector General reveals that in April 2018 hackers breached the agency's network and stole approximately 500 MB of data related to Mars missions. The point of entry was a...
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The latest Google product coming to an end is 'Hangouts on Air,' a fairly popular service for broadcasting a group video call live over the internet. 'Notices saying the service is 'going away later this year' have started to pop up for users when they start a Hangout on...
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Enlarge (credit: Peter KovalevTASS via Getty Images) Bitcoin's price has soared above $10,000 for the first time since early 2018, a new milestone in the virtual currency's latest comeback. The price has more than tripled since hitting rock-bottom last December around...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: The online behavioral advertising industry is illegally profiling internet users. That's the damning assessment of the U.K.'s data protection regulator in an update report published today, in which it sets out major...
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If you find a wallet stuffed with bank notes, do you pocket the cash or track down the owner to return it? We can each speak for ourselves, but now a team of economists have put the unsuspecting public to the test in a mass social experiment involving 17,000 'lost' wallets...
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Fake presidential alerts could be sent to tens of thousands of phones, according to a report out of the University of Colorado Boulder. From a report: Researchers say they found a backdoor that let them mimic alerts and blast fake messages to people confined to a small area, ...
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Canary channel will let programmers experience tough new limits on extensions Analysis An early version of Manifest v3 – Google's controversial revision of Chrome's extensions system that will affect ad and content blockers – should appear in about a month.…
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