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vendredi 13 juillet 2018, 18:45
Enlarge / Red Square in Moscow, circa 1990. (credit: DEA / W. BUSS/De Agostini/Getty Images) The US Justice Department on Friday filed criminal indictments that accuse 12 Russian intelligence officers of carrying out the 2016 hacks on the Democratic National Committee and...
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Enlarge (credit: Tesla) The release of the Model 3 was supposed to be the moment when Tesla finally made a car that was affordable for the masses. 'In terms of price, it'll be $35,000,' Musk said at the March 2016 Model 3 announcement event. 'And I want to emphasize that...
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Enlarge / 'OMG I love this song.' (credit: Warner Bros.) Today, we present the third and final installment of my interview British astronomer Stephen Webb on the subject of Fermi’s paradox. Please check out parts one and two if you missed them. Otherwise, press play on...
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Enlarge / Messages like this one would have come up every time hackers pushed a modified app to their victims. But YOLO, apparently. (credit: Cisco Talos) In what appears to be a case of highly focused social engineering against a small group of iPhone users, malicious...
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Enlarge / The 10.5-inch iPad Pro. (credit: Andrew Cunningham) Adobe is working on a full version of the popular photo-editing program Photoshop for Apple's iPad, according to a Bloomberg report. Sources claim the software company plans to announce the new app at its annual...
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Ron Amadeo As someone who spends a lot of time with smartphones, I often get asked, 'Hey Ron, what Android phone should I buy?' The high-end answer is usually easy: buy a Pixel phone. But not everyone is willing to shell out $650+ for a smartphone, especially the types of...
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Enlarge (credit: (C)SouthtyrolarchaeologymuseumEuracM.Samadelli) In his final days, the Iceman ate a hearty mountaineer’s diet of red deer, wild goat, and whole grain einkorn wheat—but he may also have accidentally eaten toxic ferns. Even after being chewed up,...
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Enlarge / We need your help to produce a new newsletter to chronicle the dynamic launch industry. (credit: Aurich Lawson/background image United Launch Alliance) Welcome to Edition 1.08 of the Rocket Report! This week there is no shortage of news about SpaceX, as well as...
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Enlarge / Vizaline owners Scott Dow and Brent Melton (right), standing in front of a sample Viza-plat property outline. (credit: Chuck Cook) When does drawing a digital line on a satellite map cross an ethereal threshold into the centuries-old practice of licensed land...
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(credit: Marcus W / Flickr) Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, as well as SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2, are due to move out of extended support over the next few years—SQL Server in July 2019 and Windows Server in January 2020. For organizations still using that software,...
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jeudi 12 juillet 2018, 23:36
Enlarge / Replacing that memory gibberish with a carefully crafted memory card file lets you load arbitrary NES games through Animal Crossing. (credit: Nintendo) Fans of the early-2000s era GameCube version of the original Animal Crossing likely remember the game including...
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Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson) The US Department of Justice will appeal the court ruling that allowed AT&T to purchase Time Warner Inc. AT&T completed the merger after getting a favorable ruling from a judge at the US District Court for the District of Columbia last month. ...
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(credit: Google) Google’s Chrome browser is undergoing a major architectural change to enable a protection designed to blunt the threat of attacks related to the Spectre vulnerability in computer processors. If left unchecked by browsers or operating systems, such attacks ...
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Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. Today's list is led by a deal on Samsung's 860 EVO solid state drive, the 2.5-inch SATA version of which is currently going for $100 through Newegg's eBay store. The SSD has ...
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Enlarge / Hummingbird is just one of many unlockable, playable characters. (credit: Humble Hearts) Nostalgia is a tricky thing. We all feel it at one time or another, and it often seems nothing gets butts in the proverbial seats as reliably as the promise of remembering...
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Enlarge / Microsoft Teams on different devices. (credit: Microsoft) Ever since its introduction, Microsoft's Teams—a collaboration tool for chatting, sharing documents, video, and voice calling—has had one major competitor: Slack. Teams was clearly built as a response...
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Enlarge (credit: loonyhiker) The Federal Communications Commission today voted 3-1 to stop reviewing informal consumer complaints about telecom companies. To get an FCC review of a company's bad behavior, a consumer will have to file a formal complaint—which requires a...
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Enlarge / Strings of photodetectors under the ice at the South Pole light up when neutrinos interact with the ice. (credit: IceCube/NSF) For most of astronomy's history, understanding the heavens was limited to what we could see: the narrow band of the electromagnetic...
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Enlarge / The 15-inch 2015 MacBook Pro. (credit: Andrew Cunningham) Apple doesn't waste time consolidating its product lineups—after announcing new MacBook Pro models today, the 2015 MacBook Pro has been removed from the Mac section of Apple's website. Beloved by many,...
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I'm not saying the 'I'm not saying it's aliens, but...' guy looks like Londo Mollari, but... Today we present the second installment of my interview with British astronomer Stephen Webb on the subject of Fermi’s paradox. Part one ran yesterday—so if you missed it,...
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