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Marissa Mayer Is Still Here - The New York Times
I rented the old Google office. So this is actually the office where I started my career in 1999. This is also where PayPal started, so there’s a lot of good juju here.
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19 hours ago
iPhone X Responsible for 35% of Total Worldwide Phone Profits in Q4 2017 - Mac Rumors
Other Apple iPhones, including the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, and iPhone 7 Plus accounted for a second large chunk of global handset profits, with iPhones holding 8 of the top 10 profit share rankings. Apple was the most profitable brand with 86 percent of total handset market profits.
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22 hours ago
Exit scammers run off with $660 million in ICO earnings | TechCrunch
A Vietnamese cryptocurrency company Modern Tech launched an ICO for its Pincoin token, raising $660 million from approximately 32,000 people. The company first ran the Pincoin ICO, promising constant returns to investors, and then launched another token, iFan (a social network token for celebrities). Picoin investors first received cash from their investment and then the team began paying out rewards to Pincoin investors in iFan tokens.

Then the team disappeared.
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4 days ago
Exclusive: Waymo applies for no-driver testing in California - San Francisco Chronicle
Waymo confirmed Friday that it had submitted an application to the California Department of Motor Vehicles to test cars without a backup driver behind the wheel. So far, only two companies have applied for such permits, and the other company’s identity has not been publicly revealed.
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4 days ago
In a Leaked Memo, Apple Warns Employees to Stop Leaking Information - Bloomberg
The Cupertino, California-based company said in a lengthy memo posted to its internal blog that it "caught 29 leakers," last year and noted that 12 of those were arrested. "These people not only lose their jobs, they can face extreme difficulty finding employment elsewhere," Apple added. The company declined to comment on Friday.
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4 days ago
Google works out a fascinating, slightly scary way for AI to isolate voices in a crowd | Ars Technica
Google researchers have developed a deep-learning system designed to help computers better identify and isolate individual voices within a noisy environment.

As noted in a post on the company's Google Research Blog this week, a team within the tech giant attempted to replicate the cocktail party effect, or the human brain's ability to focus on one source of audio while filtering out others—just as you would while talking to a friend at a party.

Google's method uses an audio-visual model, so it is primarily focused on isolating voices in videos
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4 days ago
Credit card signatures are going away, and a big step happens today - CNET
Beginning last year, all four major US payment providers -- Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Discover -- announced plans to remove the requirement that merchants collect signatures for card transactions. Mastercard, American Express and Discover kicked off that new policy Friday, while Visa will do the same Saturday.
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4 days ago
Google's new book search deals in ideas, not keywords - Axios
Tech pioneer Ray Kurzweil debuted the project at the TED conference in Vancouver, and explained that it differs from traditional search by relying on semantics rather than keywords.
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4 days ago
Unethical growth hacks: A look into the growing Youtube news bot epidemic
Someone has effectively created a fully automated process running 24/7 that is taking and stripping recent articles, converting them into video format, and posting it on Youtube as their own. And while doing so, they take credit for it and reap all the rewards — such as revenue and influence — that come with it.
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4 days ago
“Is curing patients a sustainable business model?” Goldman Sachs analysts ask | Ars Technica
The potential to deliver “one shot cures” is one of the most attractive aspects of gene therapy, genetically engineered cell therapy, and gene editing. However, such treatments offer a very different outlook with regard to recurring revenue versus chronic therapies... While this proposition carries tremendous value for patients and society, it could represent a challenge for genome medicine developers looking for sustained cash flow.
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4 days ago
Apple’s Stumbling HomePod Isn’t the Hot Seller It Wanted - Bloomberg
During the HomePod’s first 10 weeks of sales, it eked out 10 percent of the smart speaker market, compared with 73 percent for Amazon’s Echo devices and 14 percent for the Google Home, according to Slice Intelligence. Three weeks after the launch, weekly HomePod sales slipped to about 4 percent of the smart speaker category on average, the market research firm says. Inventory is piling up, according to Apple store workers, who say some locations are selling fewer than 10 HomePods a day. Apple declined to comment. The shares gained 1.4 percent to $174.89 at 3:36 p.m. in New York.
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4 days ago
Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails (again) - CNET
When we logged in to a Yahoo Mail account Friday, we were greeted with the privacy policy you see below (Jason Kint had pointed to the policy earlier on Twitter). In it, Oath notes that it has the right to read your emails, instant messages, posts, photos and even look at your message attachments. And it might share that data with parent company Verizon, too.
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4 days ago
China Is Nationalizing Its Tech Sector - Bloomberg
Communist Party committees have been installed at many tech firms, reviewing everything from operations to compliance with national goals. Regulators have been discussing taking a 1 percent stake in some giants, including Alibaba and Tencent, along with a board seat. Tech companies have been widely encouraged to invest in state-owned firms, in the hopes of making them more productive. The common denominator of all these efforts is that the government wants more control.
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4 days ago
Google loses 'right to be forgotten' case - BBC News
Explaining the decisions made on Friday, the judge said one of the men had continued to "mislead the public" while the other had "shown remorse".
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5 days ago
The Facebook Current – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
SB: Well here is my reservation Mr. Zuckerberg…we’ve seen the apology tours before. You have refused to acknowledge even an ethical obligation to have reported this violation of the FTC consent decree, and we have letters, we’ve had contacts with Facebook employees…that indicates not only a lack of resources but lack of attention to privacy. And so, my reservation about your testimony today is that I don’t see how you can change your business model unless there are specific rules of the road. Your business model is to monetize user information, to maximize profit over privacy, and unless there are specific rules and requirements — enforced by an outside agency — I have no assurance that these kinds of vague commitments are going to produce action.
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7 days ago
This Radio Hacker Could Hijack Emergency Sirens to Play Any Sound | WIRED
On Tuesday, security firm Bastille, where Seeber works as director of vulnerability research, went public with his discovery that the emergency siren equipment sold by Boston-based ATI Systems in all three cities Bastille tested lacked the basic encryption necessary to prevent any prankster or saboteur from commandeering the system. In San Francisco, Wichita, Kansas, and another city that Bastille declined to name, Seeber was able to read and fully reproduce the transmissions to those siren systems. By bouncing that signal through a repeater near the center of each city's network, Seeber believes he could have gained control over the citywide collection of sirens, each one capable of pumping out as much as 135 decibels, according to Bastille's estimates, more than the noise of four jackhammers combined.
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7 days ago
Over 80% of teenagers prefer iPhone to Android, according to survey - Business Insider
82% of teens of teens currently own an iPhone, according to Piper Jaffray's "Teens Survey," which questions thousands of kids across 40 states with an average age of 16.

That's up from 78% in last fall, and it's the highest percentage of teen iPhone ownership Piper's seen in its survey.

iPhone ownership among teens could go even higher — 84% of teens say their next phone will be an iPhone.
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7 days ago
Twitter endorses the Honest Ads Act, a bill promoting political ad transparency | TechCrunch
In a series of tweets from its public policy account, Twitter just announced its decision to back the Honest Ads Act, a piece of legislation introduced last year as a response to mounting evidence that Russia leveraged domestic social media platforms in an attempt to influence U.S. politics during the 2016 presidential election.
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7 days ago
Vevo’s YouTube account hack hits popular music videos, causes biggest video ever to disappear - The Verge
Vevo’s YouTube account appears to have fallen victim to hackers today, as a number of high-profile music videos have been defaced. The most-viewed YouTube video of all time, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito,” disappeared from YouTube briefly after being defaced by hackers. The video’s image was altered and replaced with a masked gang holding guns (from Netflix show Casa de Papel), and the description was changed by hackers calling themselves Prosox and Kuroi’sh.
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7 days ago
Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook hearing was an utter sham | Zephyr Teachout | Opinion | The Guardian
The best senators understood this was a show, and used it as such. “Your user agreement sucks,” said John Kennedy. “Are you a monopoly?” asked Lindsey Graham. (Zuckerberg “comically” responded: “It certainly doesn’t feel like that to me.”) Richard Blumenthal said we needed laws, not promises or apologies.
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7 days ago
George Bush driving crowd - YouTube
One voice, many faces. Real fakes are here.
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7 days ago
Tell the family 'dinner's ready' with Alexa Announcements - CNET
The pitch is simple -- just start a command with "Alexa, announce that," "Alexa, tell everyone" or "Alexa, broadcast," then tack on your message. Say "Alexa, tell everyone dinner's ready," and everyone in your home within earshot of an Echo device will hear you say "dinner's ready."
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10 days ago
Intel Tells Remote Keyboard Users to Delete App After Critical Bug Found | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
In lieu of patches, Intel said it was discontinuing the product. According to the security bulletin, Intel said it “has issued a product discontinuation notice for Intel Remote Keyboard and recommends that users of the Intel Remote Keyboard uninstall it at their earliest convenience.”
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10 days ago
Why Mark Zuckerberg’s 14-Year Apology Tour Hasn’t Fixed Facebook | WIRED
By now, it ought to be plain to them, and to everyone, that Facebook’s 2 billion-plus users are surveilled and profiled, that their attention is then sold to advertisers and, it seems, practically anyone else who will pay Facebook—including unsavory dictators like the Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte. That is Facebook’s business model. That is why the company has an almost half-a-trillion-dollar market capitalization, along with billions in spare cash to buy competitors.
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12 days ago
Department Of Homeland Security Compiling Database Of Journalists And 'Media Influencers'
As part of its "media monitoring," the DHS seeks to track more than 290,000 global news sources as well as social media in over 100 languages, including Arabic, Chinese and Russian, for instant translation into English. The successful contracting company will have "24/7 access to a password protected, media influencer database, including journalists, editors, correspondents, social media influencers, bloggers etc." in order to "identify any and all media coverage related to the Department of Homeland Security or a particular event."
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12 days ago
Apple’s 2019 Mac Pro will be shaped by workflows | TechCrunch
the long-awaited Mac Pro update will not arrive before 2019.
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13 days ago
McAfee finds that gamers are strong candidates for cybersecurity jobs | GamesBeat
The Santa Clara, California-based cybersecurity company said it did a survey of 300 senior security managers and 650 security professionals at major corporations. And 78 percent of respondents said that the current generation entering the work force — those that grew up playing video games — are stronger candidates for cybersecurity roles.
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14 days ago
APNewsBreak: US suspects cellphone spying devices in DC
Krebs, the top official in the department’s National Protection and Programs Directorate, noted in the letter that DHS lacks the equipment and funding to detect Stingrays even though their use by foreign governments “may threaten U.S. national and economic security.” The department did report its findings to “federal partners” Krebs did not name. That presumably includes the FBI.
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15 days ago
Apple Hires Google’s A.I. Chief - The New York Times
Apple said on Tuesday that Mr. Giannandrea will run Apple’s “machine learning and A.I. strategy,” and become one of 16 executives who report directly to Apple’s chief executive, Timothy D. Cook.
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15 days ago
Chrome Is Scanning Files on Your Computer, and People Are Freaking Out - Motherboard
A section in Chrome’s Privacy Whitepaper explains that “Chrome periodically scans your device to detect potentially unwanted software.” That exact language has been there since at least January of 2017, according to archived versions of the whitepaper. And similar language (“Chrome scans your computer periodically for the sole purpose of detecting potentially unwanted software”) has been there for even longer.
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15 days ago
Spotify opens at $165.90, valuing company at almost $30 billion | TechCrunch
The digital music company isn’t selling its shares on the stock market, meaning the company isn’t raising any money today. Instead, the event known as a “direct listing,” is a collection of transactions from existing shareholders (like employees and investors) selling shares directly to stock market investors. It took a while for the market makers to sort this out.
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15 days ago
Schools Are Giving Up on Smartphone Bans
A survey from the National Center for Education Statistics exploring crime and safety at schools indicates that there is a trend toward relaxing student smartphone bans. The survey reports that the percentage of public schools that banned cell phones and other devices that can send text messages dropped from nearly 91 percent in 2009 through 2010 to nearly 66 percent in 2015 through 2016.
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15 days ago
Report: Google considering launching a mid-range Pixel phone this summer | Ars Technica
A report from The Economic Times claims that Google is developing a new Pixel Phone, but rather than the premium iPhone fighters the brand has produced in the past, this new model will be a mid-range smartphone. The paper claims that "Google’s top brass shared details of its consumer products expansion plans in trade meetings held in Malaysia, the UK, and the US last month." The story cites "four senior industry executives" that were present at the talks.
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15 days ago
Panerabread.com Leaks Millions of Customer Records — Krebs on Security
Fast forward to early this afternoon — exactly eight months to the day after Houlihan first reported the problem — and data shared by Houlihan indicated the site was still leaking customer records in plain text. Worse still, the records could be indexed and crawled by automated tools with very little effort.
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15 days ago
Grindr Is Letting Other Companies See User HIV Status And Location Data
A data analysis conducted by an outside research firm, and independently verified by BuzzFeed News, shows that a popular gay dating app is sharing its users’ HIV status with two other companies. (Update: Late on Monday Grindr said it would stop sharing this information.)
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15 days ago
Google-Led Plan to Upend Wireless Industry Gains Momentum - Bloomberg
Imagine you’re on a call with your smartphone in Los Angeles and it’s using CBRS to connect you. An aircraft carrier churns past. Systems run by Google, startup Federated Wireless or a few other companies, will spot that, give the Navy a prime bit of the spectrum to use, then move you onto a slightly different channel without dropping the call. When the ship leaves the area, the Navy’s spectrum is sent back into the mix. There's enough spectrum to go round — 150 MHz is the largest chunk of contiguous airwaves to be released in years. And the Navy is unlikely to sail past Denver, Kansas City or most other U.S. locations.
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16 days ago
Google is equipping more rural school buses with Wi-Fi and Chromebooks - The Verge
Approximately 67 percent of the Gamewell Middle School population is assigned to one of the nine standard yellow buses. More than 400 miles are logged on the Gamewell Middle School buses each day, and throughout the district, the average bus route is 1.5 hours in the morning and in the afternoon.
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16 days ago
Facebook to Delete Videos That Users Never Posted
We investigated a report that some people were seeing their old draft videos when they accessed their information from our Download Your Information tool. We discovered a bug that prevented draft videos from being deleted. We are deleting them and apologize for the inconvenience. We appreciate New York Magazine for bringing the issue to our attention.
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16 days ago
Dating app Grindr defends its sharing of HIV status with partners - Axios
Why it matters: BuzzFeed reported earlier on Monday that Grindr was sharing data, including HIV status, with two partners: Apptimize and Localytics. Grindr was widely criticized on social media.
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16 days ago
Apple Plans to Use Its Own Chips in Macs From 2020, Replacing Intel - Bloomberg
The initiative, code named Kalamata, is still in the early developmental stages, but comes as part of a larger strategy to make all of Apple’s devices -- including Macs, iPhones, and iPads -- work more similarly and seamlessly together, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing private information. The project, which executives have approved, will likely result in a multi-step transition.
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16 days ago
The End of Windows – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
This, then, is Nadella’s next challenge: to understand that Windows is not and will not drive future growth is one thing; identifying future drivers of said growth is another. Even in its division Windows remains the best thing Microsoft has going — it had such a powerful hold on Microsoft’s culture precisely because it was so successful.
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Cell phone radiation can cause cancer in rats, according to the final results of a US government study — Quartz
The FDA will make the next move in determining the risk posed to humans, and how to interpret the results for the public. “We’re taking a responsible approach,” FDA’s director of the office of science and engineering, Edward Margerrison, said on Wednesday, according to the News & Observer. “We’re not gonna knee-jerk on anything.”
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18 days ago
Europe dumps 300,000 UK-owned .EU domains into the Brexit bin • The Register
In an official statement Thursday, the European Commission announced it will cancel all 300,000 domains under the .eu top-level domain that have a UK registrant, following Britain's eventual departure from the European Union.
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20 days ago
U.S. to Seek Social Media Details From All Visa Applicants - Bloomberg
Washington (AP) -- The State Department wants to require all U.S. visa applicants to submit their social media usernames, previous email addresses and phone numbers, vastly expanding the Trump administration's enhanced vetting of potential immigrants and visitors.
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20 days ago
Under Armour Data Breach: 150 Million MyFitnessPal Accounts Hacked | Fortune
Under Armour Inc., joining a growing list of corporate victims of hacker attacks, said about 150 million user accounts tied to its MyFitnessPal nutrition-tracking app were breached earlier this year.
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20 days ago
Comcast supports ban on paid prioritization—with an exception | Ars Technica
Comcast would support a ban on paid prioritization as long as there is an exception for "specialized services" that benefit consumers, a company executive said this week.
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20 days ago
Google Adds 'Kodi' to Autocomplete Piracy Filter - TorrentFreak
It turns out that Google has recently removed the term “Kodi” from its autocomplete results. While Kodi can be abused through pirate add-ons, the media player software itself is perfectly legal, which makes it an odd decision.
20 days ago
FCC approves SpaceX plan for 4,425-satellite broadband network | TechCrunch
The company has already launched test versions of the satellites, but the full constellation will need to go out more than two at a time. SpaceX eventually plans to launch 12,000 of the things, but this authorization is for the high-altitude group of 4,425; a separate authorization is necessary for the remaining number, since they’ll be operating at a different altitude and radio frequency.
20 days ago
Windows chief Myerson out in Microsoft reorganization | ZDNet
Terry Myerson, who has headed up Microsoft's Windows business since 2013, is leaving the company. Myerson is "pursu(ing) his next chapter outside Microsoft," said Nadella in his email to the troops. He will stay at Microsoft for a few months to help with the transition, officials said today.
20 days ago
Review: In ‘Ready Player One,’ Spielberg Plays the Nostalgia Game - The New York Times
He is the only person who could have made this movie and the last person who should have been allowed near the material.
21 days ago
Is Facebook Really Scarier Than Google?
“The algorithmic biases feed into social and cognitive biases, like confirmation bias, which in turn feed into the algorithmic biases. Before, people were looking at the evening news on TV, or reading the local paper, for example. But the fact that the medium has changed to online social networks, where you shape the sources of information to which you are exposed, now means that you become even more vulnerable,” he said. “Search engines and social media, for example, try to predict what content may be most engaging for someone. Ranking algorithms use popularity as one of the ingredients in their formulas. That means that the more people in your group interact or engage with a piece of fake news, the more likely you are to see it. The social network can act as an amplifier because the people near you have opinions similar to you, so they are more likely to be tricked by a certain kind of fake news, which means you are more likely to see it, too.”
22 days ago
Cannes Artistic Director Explains Netflix Competition Ban | Hollywood Reporter
“The Netflix people loved the red carpet and would like to be present with other films. But they understand that the intransigence of their own model is now the opposite of ours,” Thierry Fremaux said.
22 days ago
Google starts blocking “uncertified” Android devices from logging in | Ars Technica
While Google's Android apps are only properly available as a pre-loaded app (or through the pre-loaded Play Store), they are openly distributed on forums, custom ROM sites, third-party app stores, and other places online. When a non-compatible device seller (or a user) loads these on a device, they can potentially trigger Google's new message at login.
22 days ago
Facebook admits to keeping records of Android users’ calls and texts.
In response, Facebook published a post Sunday denying that it ever logged call or text history without a user’s permission. But it did acknowledge that it was collecting and storing these logs, attributing it to an opt-in feature for those using Messenger or Facebook Lite on an Android device. “This helps you find and stay connected with the people you care about, and provides you with a better experience across Facebook,” the company said in the post. “People have to expressly agree to use this feature.
22 days ago
NVIDIA RTX Technology To Usher In Real-Time Ray Tracing Holy Grail Of Gaming Graphics | HotHardware
"Real-time ray tracing has been a dream of the graphics industry and game developers for decades, and NVIDIA RTX is bringing it to life," says Tony Tamasi, SVP of content and technology for NVIDIA. "GPUS are only now becoming powerful enough to deliver real-time ray tracing for gaming applications, and will usher in a new era of next-generation visuals."
22 days ago
Jaywalkers under surveillance in Shenzhen soon to be punished via text messages | South China Morning Post
The system will also be able to register how many times a pedestrian has violated traffic rules in the city and once this number reaches a certain level, it will affect the offender’s social credit score which in turn may limit their ability to take out loans from banks, Wang said.
22 days ago
Software gremlin robs Formula 1 world champ of season's first win • The Register
"We were always within this 3-4s margin and then suddenly the cameras showed us the pit exit and Sebastian came out in front of us. The drivers always oscillate in the time delta within 1s and he did absolutely nothing wrong. It was down to a software bug or an algorithm that was simply wrong."
22 days ago
iOS camera QR code URL parser bug | infosec.rm-it.de
This issue has been reported to the Apple security team on 2017-12-23.
As of today (2018-03-24) this is still not fixed.
23 days ago
Google Search starts rolling out mobile-first indexing | VentureBeat
Google has found that relying only on the desktop version can cause issues for mobile searchers because desktop content sometimes differs from mobile content. Given that the majority of users are now on mobile, mobile-first indexing aims to use the mobile version of the page to make sure search results line up with the content that you see when you click through.
23 days ago
Apple Goes to Hollywood. Will Its Story Have a Happy Ending? - The New York Times
Producers and entertainment executives who have met recently with Apple executives said the company has been leaning toward programming in keeping with its bright, optimistic brand identity. In other words, it seems possible that Apple will shy away from projects that are gratuitously dark or heavy on social issues. They added that the company was targeting somewhere between March 2019 and the summer of that year to roll out its slate of new programming.
23 days ago
Google debuts Chrome OS tablets to take on the iPad w/ $329 Acer Chromebook Tab 10 | 9to5Google
Design-wise and given the educational focus, this inaugural device looks like existing Android tablets. Thick bezels surround a 9.7 LED-backlit display with 2048 x 1536 resolution for a PPI of 264. This IPS panel supports an included Wacom EMR stylus that does not need a battery and can be seamlessly inserted into the tablet for storage.
23 days ago
Amazon is looking to turn ‘Three-Body Problem’ into blockbuster sci-fi television series
The Financial Times reported yesterday that the American video subscription service will likely earmark $1 billion in order to acquire the rights to the extremely popular trilogy of novels written by Liu Cixin and produce three seasons of episodes.
23 days ago
Web’s creator expresses sympathy for Facebook’s ‘devastated’ Mark Zuckerberg - MarketWatch
As the web celebrated its 29th birthday last week, Berners-Lee expressed disappointment with how his invention has turned out. He criticized Facebook












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and other tech heavyweights last week, saying they have “made it possible to weaponize the web at scale.”
25 days ago
AMD Says Patches Coming Soon for Chip Vulnerabilities | SecurityWeek.Com
In its first public update after the surprise disclosure of the vulnerabilities by Israeli-based security firm CTS Labs, AMD said the issues are associated with the firmware managing the embedded security control processor in some of its products (AMD Secure Processor) and the chipset used in some socket AM4 and socket TR4 desktop platforms supporting AMD processors.
28 days ago
YouTube Will ‘Frustrate’ Some Users With Ads So They Pay for Music - Bloomberg
People who treat YouTube like a music service, those passively listening for long periods of time, will encounter more ads, according to Lyor Cohen, the company’s global head of music. “You’re not going to be happy after you are jamming ‘Stairway to Heaven’ and you get an ad right after that,” Cohen said in an interview at the South by Southwest music festival.
28 days ago
Alphabet's 'Outline' Homebrew VPN Software Offers Open-Source, Easy Set-Up Privacy You Control | WIRED
To help solve that quagmire, Jigsaw, the Alphabet-owned Google sibling that serves as a human rights-focused tech incubator, will now offer VPN software that you can easily set up on your own server—or at least, one you set up yourself, and control in the cloud. And unlike older homebrew VPN code, Jigsaw says it's focused on making the setup and hosting of that server simple enough that even small, less savvy organizations or even individual users can do it in minutes.
28 days ago
Given Facebook’s Privacy Backlash, Why Aren’t We Angrier With the Broadband Industry? - Motherboard
More than a decade ago, ISPs like Comcast began hoovering up your clickstream data (data on every website you visit) and selling it with little accountability and absolutely no transparency. When press outlets back then asked ISPs about what data they were collecting, most would simply refuse to respond. And regulators (and most press outlets) saw no real problem with that.
28 days ago
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