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Thursday September 14, 2017. 08:02 AM
Electronics resurgence program gets US$75 million more for 2018 The United States' Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) wants to find the electronics industry's next iteration of Moore's Law and has loaded up a US$75 million defibrillator to jolt industry into...
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Kuiper-belt-bound craft needs a few weeks of tweaks to prepare for Space Duck 2.0 The New Horizons probe has successfully ended its five-month hibernation and resumed chats with its mission controllers.…
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Sigh. Admins of free AWS instances just didn't tick the right boxes. Lazily-configured software has again created a security incident, this time resulting in 4,000 instances of open source analytics and search tool Elasticsearch inadvertently running PoS-stealing malware.…
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Says this will send you to 'Trellotopia'. Seriously. Who writes this stuff? Trello has figured out that there's life beyond the confines of a browser, so has created desktop apps for MacOS and Windows.…
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Apache Struts was popped, but company had at least TWO MONTHS to fix it Equifax has revealed that the cause of its massive data breach was a flaw it should have patched weeks before it was attacked.…
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Enterprises can lock down Telemetry a little more Microsoft's taken another small step towards addressing those worried about Windows 10's impact on their privacy by adding more controls over what apps can do in the Creators Update of the OS.…
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说下次你是俄国人 The Trump administration has blocked the purchase of a US semiconductor company by a Chinese investment firm, citing national security concerns.…
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Plan to dehumanize shopping taken as threat to beloved mom-and-pop stores A startup called Bodega AI, facing an unanticipated Twitter tempest, has rushed to reassure people that it isn't out to kick mom-and-pop stores to the curb.…
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Nope, not over the securities fraud, or the drug price hike Martin Shkreli, the obnoxious smirking hedge fund manager nicknamed Pharma Bro, is going to jail after a series of Facebook posts convinced a judge that he's a menace to society.…
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Senator Wyden not happy with continued obfuscation The director of national intelligence (DNI) has refused to say whether US spying agencies are using legislation specifically intended to cover only foreigners in order to spy on American citizens.…
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Cupertino Idiot Tax gets a $50 increase to cover chip charges Apple has raised the price on much of its iPad Pro tablet line.…
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Wednesday September 13, 2017. 11:44 PM
Scientists reignite the idea of water-bearing asteroids bringing oceans to Earth Scientists have found evidence that there may be ground ice on Vesta, the brightest asteroid visible from Earth.…
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Hard drive hound ready for duty Sniffer dogs have been used to detect drugs and explosives for years, but now Delaware police have a new type of K-9 – one trained to sniff out hard drives and electronic storage devices.…
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Hold our beers, Equifax Experian and Annual Credit Report.com – an organization set up by Equifax, Experian and Transunion to meet US consumer finance regulations – left themselves exposed to a serious vulnerability in Apache Struts earlier this year.…
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Sorry bros, you'll have to tell it to the jury – and give us the Stroz Report too Uber has lost a pair of appeals at the center of its ongoing trade secrets case with the Alphabet-owned Waymo Inc.…
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Government departments have 90 days to rip and replace Despite pending legislation to ban US federal government offices from using Kaspersky Lab security software, Homeland Security has issued a Binding Operational Directive demanding that the products be removed within 90...
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Claims of sweat resistance and durability are lies, litigious customers contend Apple pitches its Powerbeats headphones to the public with images of celebrated athletes and ad copy insisting that the devices are durable and sweat resistant.…
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Searching your phone should require a warrant, says lawsuit The US Department of Homeland Security is being sued by 11 travellers who had their smartphones and laptops seized and searched at the US border.…
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AR Scorpii was the first white dwarf pulsar to be found Scientists trying to crack the mystery behind the fastest-pulsating white dwarf have found that its brightness levels change over a timescale of decades.…
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Lord Scriven says UK.gov response 'not worth the paper it is printed on' The use of 20 million facial images by the police 'has said gone far beyond using them for custody purposes', according to the Biometric Commissioners’ annual report.…
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