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dimanche 21 janvier 2018, 05:24
Long-time Slashdot reader ClarkMills writes: Rocket Lab has successfully launched its second Electron rocket from New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula, with the rocket reaching orbit for the first time... This follows the company's first launch last May, in which the rocket got to...
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Linux kernel developer (and LWN.net co-founder) Jonathan Corbet recently posted an essay with a tantalizing title: 'Is it time for open processors?' He cited several 'serious initiatives', including the OpenPOWER effort, OpenSPARC, and OpenRISC, adding that 'much of the...
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Self-taught rocket scientist/daredevil 'Mad' Mike Hughes will finally launch his homemade rocket in two weeks -- despite 'anonymous online haters questioning his every move.' An anonymous reader quotes PhillyVoice: He's found some private land in the 'ghost town' of Amboy,...
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schwit1 quotes ScienceAlert: She was flying home from a holiday in Samoa when she saw it through the airplane window: a 'peculiar large mass' floating on the ocean, hundreds of kilometres off the north coast of New Zealand. The Kiwi passenger emailed photos of the strange...
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samedi 20 janvier 2018, 23:04
An anonymous reader writes: If you've been counting the ways the Australian environment is trying to kill you, you can now add 'arson' to the list. According to a six-year study published in The Journal of Ethnobiology, observers have confirmed what Aboriginal rangers have...
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An anonymous reader writes: Apple's Swift project 'has completed the process of migrating to the Swift Forums as the primary method for discussion and communication!' announced a blog post on Friday. 'The former mailing lists have been shut down and archived, and all mailing ...
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An anonymous reader quotes the EFF: The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and mobile security company Lookout have uncovered a new malware espionage campaign infecting thousands of people in more than 20 countries. Hundreds of gigabytes of data has been stolen, primarily...
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PolygamousRanchKid, Ayano, and an anonymous reader all shared the same story. Tribune Media reports: A group has launched a campaign to divide California into two states. It isn't the first attempt to split California, but unlike a failed campaign in 2016 to divide...
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dryriver shares news about the ongoing war against drug-resistant fungus. ScienceDaily reports: Microscopic yeast have been wreaking havoc in hospitals around the world -- creeping into catheters, ventilator tubes, and IV lines -- and causing deadly invasive infection. C....
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An anonymous reader quotes BleepingComputer: Red Hat is releasing updates for reverting previous patches for the Spectre vulnerability (Variant 2, aka CVE-2017-5715) after customers complained that some systems were failing to boot. 'Red Hat is no longer providing microcode...
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BGR shares a startling prediction from Ming-Chi Kuo, the Apple analyst at KGI securities: Kuo -- who we should note has an exemplary track record with respect to iPhone rumors -- adds that Apple may opt to discontinue the current iPhone X entirely if sales are underwhelming. ...
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An anonymous reader writes about 'a little-known problem plaguing many newer vehicles from the likes of Honda, Toyota, and Kia.' The car makers used soy-insulated wiring to cut costs and 'Go Green', but owners in rural areas are finding the local wildlife finds the wiring...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Twitter this evening released a new set of statistics related to its investigation on Russia propaganda efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election, including that 677,775 people were exposed to social media...
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Ars Technica reports of how the government shutdown affects federal agencies like NASA, as well as commercial companies like SpaceX: So far, NASA has been keeping quiet about this particular shutdown and has been directing all questions to the White House Office of...
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dryriver shares an opinion piece from The Economist: Not long ago, being the boss of a big Western tech firm was a dream job. As the billions rolled in, so did the plaudits: Google, Facebook, Amazon and others were making the world a better place. Today these companies are...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from DSLReports: While the FCC is fortunately backing away from a plan that would have weakened the standard definition of broadband, the agency under Ajit Pai still can't seem to acknowledge the lack of competition in the broadband...
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sqorbit writes: Nintendo has announced a new experience for its popular Switch game console, called Nintendo Labo. Nintendo Labo lets you interact with the Switch and its Joy-Con controllers by building things with cardboard. Launching on April 20th, Labo will allow you to...
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Norway's public operator of air transport plans to make all short-haul flights in the country entirely electric by 2040. 'State-owned Avinor, which operates most of Norway's civil airports, is aiming to be the 'first in the world' to switch to electric air transport,'...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Google CEO Sundar Pichai responded today to the firing of employee James Damore over his controversial memo on workplace diversity, stating that while he does not regret the decision, he regrets that people misunderstood it ...
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Computer security professional Bruce Schneier highlights the key findings of a study that suggests security breaches don't affect stock price. The study has been published in the Journal of Information Privacy and Security. From the report: -While the difference in stock...
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