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Network Security Mon Jul 03 2017 18:37:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- A teenage student has been charged with running a supplying malware that was used for launching distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against websites of some of the world's leading businesses. Jack Chappell, an 18-year-old teenager from Stock
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OneDrive users who have picked a non-NTSF location as the file storage for Microsoft's cloud synchronization and storage service OneDrive, receive notifications currently that using OneDrive on any non-NTFS location does not work anymore. Users who h
Checking out Honeywell's airplane test bed, and Inmarsat's new satellite Internet service. Sebastian Anthony The 787 Dreamliner, with its composite-fibre chassis, lithium-ion batteries, and super-efficient engines, can fairly claim to be the cooles
Two years ago Apple Music officially launched, alongside the debut of the service's 24/7 streaming radio channel Beats 1. In celebration of that anniversary, Beats 1 DJs Zane Lowe, Ebro Darden and Julie Adenuga have given an interview to Highsnobiety
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More than three years after first unveiling its "mobile first, cloud first" strategy, Microsoft is reportedly planning a major reorganization of its sales and marketing group to emphasize the selling of cloud products and services. The planned restru
While hiking in the Himalayas for three weeks, Mike Scanlin had no cellphone service much of the time and no way to charge his phone. Running his business -- a one-man operation -- became a very sporadic proposition. It was a calculated risk. "I felt
I'm always amazed by how many of my friends still don't know about Spotify's "Extreme" sound quality setting, which comes with Spotify's $9.99 per month "Premium" service. The "Extreme" sound quality setting streams music in the highest possible soun
The makers of Spelunky, Shovel Knight, Crypt of the Necrodancer, and Axiom Verge share tips on how to design gameplay features that are catnip to the speedrunning community. ...
DevOps offers a number of valuable benefits to companies in the financial services industry. From increasing application release frequency to improved communications, the benefits of DevOps are far reaching and battle tested. DevOps constitutes a cul
The long-running conventioneer has 2017 setbacks, but major plans for 2018.
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Alphabet's self-driving subsidiary Waymo is partnering with car rental company Avis to service Waymo's fleet of self-driving cars in Phoenix, Ariz. The partnership will make it easier for Waymo to grow its current test ridership program. The relation
Younger cloud companies Paycom and Ultimate Software are stealing the payroll processing business of ADP and Paychex, the more established "service bureaus," concludes Credit Suisse software analyst Michael Nemeroff.
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When you think Star Trek Original Series VHS, you probably think back to your local video store or mail-order offers. While I worked in a video store and obsessed about mail-order, it is not what I think about when I think of Star Trek the Original S
Aksys Games announced at Anime Expo 2017 Code: Realize ~Bouquet of Rainbows~ is coming to North America for the PlayStation 4 in 2018. The game is known as Code: Realize ~Saikou no Hanataba~ in Japan. The game will also lau
Heres something to mollify the ceaseless march towards decrepitude. Desert Child [itch.io page] is a stylish sidescrolling shooter where you ride a hoverbike across the sandy remains of a half-deserted earth in an attempt to escape the planet and ful
 Dave McClure has resigned as general partner of 500 Startups, TechCrunch has learned. We have confirmed co-founder Christine Tsai asked for his resignation and he accepted, according to a letter sent to limited partners today. We reached ou
An anonymous reader writes: Over the weekend, I came across this story on Bloomberg that illustrates a common dilemma that many of us face ourselves: are we sure we're working enough? From the article: "Earlier this month, venture capitalist Keith Ra
Cultured Code launched Things 3 a few weeks ago with an all-new design and loads of new features, and today Things 3.1 is available with a couple of new features. Things 3.1 includes repeating to-dos in projects which has been a missing feature for s
Aksys Games announced Drive Girls is coming to North America for the PlayStation Vita on August 11. The game released in Europe in May.  Here is an overview of the game: An experience straight out of Japan, Drive G
Jeopardy's love of puns undermined the very real issues at the heart of this term. Jeopardy really has a “Stay Woke” category today 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/xIMDMpOtUh Eric Kotchi (@ekotchi) June 30, 2017 When th
Microsoft is readying for job losses as it prepares to shake up its business, reports warn, with layoffs likely as the software giant doubles-down on the cloud. Sales teams are likely to be most significantly impacted, insiders say, as Microsoft focu
Aksys Games announced at Anime Expo 2017 Creeping Terror is coming to North America and Europe this fall for the Nintendo 3DS and Windows PC via Steam. Here is an overview of the game: The player controls the high school girl, Arisa
Looks like Whole Foods is back in the news—and this time, Amazon has nothing to do with it. The grocery giant sent shoppers a recall alert for approximately 404 pounds of "buffalo style chicken salad" for actually being ... tuna salad. SEE