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Thursday March 30, 2017. 02:24 AM
Enlarge (credit: MGM) Open-source developers who use Github are in the cross-hairs of advanced malware that can steal passwords, download sensitive files, take screenshots, and self-destruct when necessary. Dimnie, as the reconnaissance and espionage trojan is known, has...
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(credit: Pablo Ares Gastesi) A federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld (PDF) a lower's court's injunction barring anti-abortion activists from distributing video they secretly recorded of Planned Parenthood conferences and of other meetings with women's healthcare...
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Gordon Moore's original graph, showing projected transistor counts, long before the term 'Moore's law' was coined. Moore's original observation was that transistor density doubled every year; in 1975, this was revised to doubling every two years. (credit: Intel) Intel took...
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Wednesday March 29, 2017. 10:34 PM
(video link) NEW YORK CITY—After tons of leaks and speculation, the Galaxy S8 is finally here. Samsung took the wraps off its newest flagship at the swanky Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and we spent a few minutes testing the device out. I'm a bit spoiled by...
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Illustration of the AP1000 reactor from Westinghouse bankruptcy filing. (credit: Westinghouse) On Wednesday, Westinghouse Electric Company, a subsidiary of Japanese company Toshiba, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company claimed in a court filing that it...
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Enlarge / Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas. (credit: Bill Clark / Getty Images Contributor) Illinois Representative Bill Foster summed up today's hearing of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology as 'a very strange mixture of science and not.' Entitled 'Climate...
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(credit: Free Press) The Federal Communications Commission is dropping its legal defense of a new system for expanding broadband subsidies for poor people, and it will not approve applications from companies that want to offer the low-income broadband service. The decision ...
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Enlarge (credit: NASA) Jupiter is widely credited with providing Earth with a bit of protection. The immense gravity of the gas giant typically either sucks in asteroids and comets or flings them out into orbits where they pose our planet little danger. But astronomers have ...
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Enlarge (credit: Shenzen Sunshine) The marketplace for the consumer drone is skyrocketing. Now there are more than 770,000 drones registered with the US Federal Aviation Administration. That's up from 670,000 in January alone. The number might be even higher if an Indiegogo ...
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Samsung Samsung brought a few different accessories to the launch party for the Galaxy S8 this morning. One, Samsung Dex, is the latest in a long line of products that promise to let you replace your desktop computer with your phone. Samsung hasn't announced pricing or a...
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Enlarge / Every blue dot represents a thing that can be hacked into and broken by malicious actors or used to spy on you by unscrupulous OEMs. But hey, at least you'll be able to control them all from one app. As part of today's Samsung event, the Korean megacorp announced ...
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This patch announcement video fails to mention a massive change to late game enemy power hidden in the latest World of Warcraft update Keeping a massively multiplayer online game fresh and challenging for longtime players while simultaneously staying accessible and fun...
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Enlarge / The Phantom Thieves love leather. Note: Light spoilers for Persona 5 follow. You should know exactly how you feel about Persona 5's style and tone within the first 10 minutes. I certainly did—although it has taken me well over 100 hours to see all the...
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NEW YORK CITY—After months of speculation and leaks, Samsung has finally made the Galaxy S8 official. It's everything we were expecting based on weeks of leaks: a major redesign of Samsung's flagship smartphone and a departure from the design language of the Galaxy S6 and...
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Enlarge / FCC Chairman Ajit Pai testifying before a Senate subcommittee on May 11, 2016. (credit: Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images) Internet privacy advocates are mourning the death of online privacy rules, but yesterday's House vote to eliminate the consumer...
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Enlarge / New Balance's $299 RunIQ Android Wear running watch. (credit: Valentina Palladino) Nearly two months after Android Wear 2.0 launched, some smartwatches are finally getting the update. According to Android Wear Google forums, the Fossil Q Founder, Casio Smart...
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Enlarge (credit: Dunkin' Donuts) Google wants to make your morning commute as easy as possible with a new feature in its navigation app Waze. The company added an 'order ahead' feature to Waze and teamed up with Dunkin' Donuts to let users order coffee and breakfast from...
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Blue Origin Even as Blue Origin has talked up its ambitions to build a larger New Glenn rocket this year, the company also continues to finalize work on its suborbital space tourism vehicle, New Shepard. On Wednesday, Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos released some...
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Enlarge / The announcement of the Creators Update in October 2016. The next big update to Windows 10 is nearly upon us: Windows 10 version 1703, known as the Creators Update, will be published to Windows Update next Patch Tuesday, on April 11th. The final build...
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Enlarge / Education Images/UIG via Getty Images. (credit: Getty Images) The Library of Alexandria was one of the most important libraries of the ancient world. Its vast number of scrolls, collections of works, lecture halls, and meeting rooms were a boon to education. In ...
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