Microsoft bringing EMET back as a built-in part of Windows 10 | Ars Technica
Exploit Guard will be able to control the operating system-wide mitigation capabilities, as well as more individual, tailored protections. For example, with Exploit Guard, certain kinds of macros in Office documents can be blocked, and access to websites known to host lots of malware can be prevented.

The update is also likely to include Application Guard for Edge. This feature, which runs the Edge browser in a special virtual machine to isolate it from the rest of the system, was (briefly) included in previews for the Creators Update. It went away and wasn't included in that release, but now it's back. This time, Microsoft says Application Guard is on track for inclusion in the fall update.
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Google News launches a streamlined redesign that gives more prominence to fact checking » Nieman Journalism Lab
Google News’ desktop site is now broken into three main sections: Headlines, which features the day’s top news stories; Local, which allows users to follow news from certain locations; and For You, which contains specific topics a user has said they’re interested in. The redesign also introduces a card-based interface that is less cluttered than the previous iteration of Google News. The new layout is meant to highlight publisher titles, article labels, and offers more prominence to video. Users can also expand the cards to show more coverage on a certain topic.
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8 hours ago
A new ransomware outbreak similar to WCry is shutting down computers worldwide | Ars Technica
Once the malware takes hold of a computer, it waits 10 to 60 minutes to reboot the infected computers, Kaspersky said. The encryption routine that permanently locks data until targets pay a $300 fee starts only after the computer restarts. Researchers said anyone who experiences an infection may be able to preempt the encryption process by immediately turning off the computer and allowing only an experienced security professional to restart it.
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8 hours ago
Heaps of Windows 10 internal builds, private source code leak online • The Register
This software includes, for example, prerelease Windows 10 "Redstone" builds and unreleased 64-bit ARM flavors of Windows. There are, we think, too many versions now dumped online for Microsoft to revoke via its Secure Boot mechanism, meaning the tech giant can't use its firmware security mechanisms to prevent people booting the prerelease operating systems.
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3 days ago
Getting robocalls from your own area code? It's illegal.
Abramovich was allegedly using what's known as "neighbor spoofing," in which a caller matches his or her area code to the victim's location in order to increase the likelihood that a person will answer a random phone call. This is illegal, and the FCC says Abramovich committed wire fraud.
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5 days ago
China bans a $9 billion industry
Some of the country’s most famous online celebrities rely on live-streaming sessions to earn virtual gifts, which can be cashed in. The live streaming industry was worth some $9 billion in 2016, according to online tracker Statista.
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5 days ago
Tesla is talking to the music labels about creating its own streaming service - Recode
“We believe it’s important to have an exceptional in-car experience so our customers can listen to the music they want from whatever source they choose,” a Tesla spokesperson said. “Our goal is to simply achieve maximum happiness for our customers.”
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5 days ago
Samsung Galaxy Note8 launches late September for nearly €1,000 | VentureBeat | Mobile | by Evan Blass
Samsung is making preparations to launch its most expensive cellphone yet, telling partners that its Galaxy Note8 will retail for €999. The 6.3-inch device, with the same edge-to-edge, 18.5:9 aspect ratio AMOLED display as in the Galaxy S8 lineup, will be unveiled in the second half of September, an individual briefed on the company’s plans told VentureBeat.
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5 days ago
Google Will Stop Reading Your Emails for Gmail Ads - Bloomberg
Ads will continue to appear inside the free version of Gmail, as promoted messages. But instead of scanning a user’s email, the ads will now be targeted with other personal information Google already pulls from sources such as search and YouTube. Ads based on scanned email messages drew lawsuits and some of the most strident criticism the company faced in its early years, but offered marketers a much more targeted way to reach consumers. 
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5 days ago
YouTube has reach the TV networks can't come close to
An update on our viewers: A question I get all the time is “How many people actually watch YouTube?” Today, I’m pleased to announce that we crossed a big threshold: 1.5 billion logged in viewers visit YouTube every single month. That’s the equivalent of one in every five people around the world! And how much do those people watch? On average, our viewers spend over an hour a day watching YouTube on mobile devices alone.
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5 days ago
OnePlus cheats on benchmarks
While no customers have a device in their hands (it just launched after all), we have learned about OnePlus’ new benchmark cheating mechanism through our review unit, which we received about ten days ago before the day the embargo breaks and reviewers are allowed to report on the device. Unfortunately, it is almost certain that every single review of the OnePlus 5 that contains a benchmark is using misleading results, as OnePlus provided reviewers a device that cheats on benchmarks. This is an inexcusable move, because it is ultimately an attempt to mislead not just customers, but taint the work of reviewers and journalists with misleading data that most are not able to vet or verify. As a result, every OnePlus 5 review citing benchmark scores as an accolade of the phone’s success is misleading both writers and readers, and performance analyses based on synthetic benchmarks are invalidated. What is worse is that, this time around, the cheating mechanism is blatant and aimed at maximizing performance, unlike last time which did not increase scores by much on average, but did reduce variance and thermal throttling, as we found.
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7 days ago
40 lobbyists and $2.3 million later Uber and Lyft get their way in Texas
Shortly before Abbot signed the state law in May, Uber and Lyft had spent up to $2.3 million on 40 lobbyists, according to public records filed with the Texas Ethics Commission. But that's possibly only a fraction of what they've thrown at the effort.
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7 days ago
An old Windows 7 PC provided a gateway to Netflix supplier breach
They eventually pieced together how the attack had unfolded. The Dark Overlord had been scanning the internet for PCs running older versions of Windows that it could easily break into, and happened to stumble across an old computer at Larson Studios that was still running Windows 7. “They were basically just trolling around to see if they could find a computer that they could open,” Dondorf explained. “It wasn’t aimed at us.”
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7 days ago
John Markoff's new role as Computer History Museam Historian is golden
Steve Jobs hated a guy at Microsoft who claimed their tablet PC would revolutionize computers so he came in and said it was all wrong, the stylus was wrong, and could be done better with fingers and capacitive multitouch
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7 days ago
Tesla fires Chris Lattner after only six months
“Chris just wasn’t the right fit for Tesla, and we’ve decided to make a change,” Tesla said Tuesday.
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7 days ago
Finally, here comes a new file system on MacOS
Like iOS 10.3, High Sierra will convert your boot drive to APFS when you first install it—this will be true for all Macs that run High Sierra, regardless of whether they’re equipped with an SSD, a spinning HDD, or a Fusion Drive setup. In the current beta installer, you’re given an option to uncheck the APFS box (checked by default) before you start the install process, though that doesn’t necessarily guarantee that it will survive in the final version. It’s also not clear at this point if there are edge cases—third-party SSDs, for instance—that won’t automatically be converted. But assuming that most people stick with the defaults and that most people don’t crack their Macs open, most Mac users who do the upgrade are going to get the new filesystem.
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8 days ago
Check out the USPS's new "mood stamp." Coolest stamp evar!
So cool. Transforms from the heat of your finger!
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9 days ago
I hear the kids are really into this Snap thing
Snap will take 50 percent of the ad revenue generated by these shows and the content partners will keep the other half, according to the WSJ.
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9 days ago
SCOTUS agrees to hear critical cell phone privacy case
Carpenter raises a specific question about whether Americans have an expectation of privacy in historical "cell-site location information" ("CSLI"). The petitioner, Timothy Carpenter, was one of two defendants convicted for his role in a series of armed robberies in Michigan and Ohio, based in part on 127 days of CSLI data that placed him between ½ and 2 miles from the robberies around the time they were committed.
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9 days ago
There’s a constitutional right to use social media, Supreme Court says | Ars Technica
The justices ruled that the law, used to prosecute more than 1,000 registered sex offenders, was a breach of the First Amendment because "cyberspace" amounted to the "modern public square." The court said the North Carolina law, which bars sex offenders from sites like Facebook and Twitter, "enacts a prohibition unprecedented in the scope of First Amendment speech it burdens."
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9 days ago
How to lose $8k worth of bitcoin in 15 minutes with Verizon and Coinbase.com
Of all the things that went down in the factors that lead to this hack, Verizon Wireless is what I was massively unprepared for. After talking at length with customer service reps, I learned that the hacker did not need to give them my pin number or my social security number and was able to get approval to takeover my cell phone number with simple billing information. This blew my mind and seemed negligent beyond all possible reason but it’s what they do. The main thing that struck me by the hack was the extraction speed possible in the current cryptocurrency ecosystem. $8,000 in 15 minutes is faster and more lucrative than robbing a suburban bank.
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How Longhorn skewered Microsoft - excellent analysis (note Sinofsky's underlining!)
The browser as an application-delivery platform is probably the most stable example of middleware that disrupts the OS API dynamic. Looking back on 35 years of PC history, other approaches have existed for a time but ultimately collapsed for reasons that I do not need to dive into here. The critical thing for this story is that twenty years ago it was not so clear that this is how it would play out. Fear of middleware and disruption of the sustainable API differentiation drove much thinking at the time of Vista.
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24 days ago
Money for nothing and your Flickr for free.
It will also conclude the remarkable five-year run of Yahoo’s chief executive, Marissa Mayer, who was paid nearly a quarter of a billion dollars — a generous sum even by Silicon Valley’s lofty standards — while presiding over the company’s continued decline.
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Fireball adware has infected 250,000,000 computers. Now that's daring!
This tactic has landed various of its adware strains on the computers of over 250 million computers, according to a rough estimation from Check Point's team.
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24 days ago
Can Amazon make it in Australia. a country the size of the US but with <10% of its population.
The Seattle-based company, which sells everything from groceries and big-screen TVs to high-end fashion, says it’s “actively looking” for a warehouse as it prepares to start operations in Australia. Anticipating a price war, analysts have almost halved profit forecasts for local electronics chains such as Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd. and JB Hi-Fi Ltd.
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25 days ago
Looks like I bet on the winning horse, for a change. Pinboard buys Delicious
In December of 2010, Yahoo announced it was ‘sunsetting’ Delicious, an adventure I wrote about at length. The site was sold to the YouTube founders in 2011. They subsequently sold it to Science, Inc. in 2014. Science sold it to Delicious Media in 2016, and last month Delicious Media sold it to me.
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26 days ago
Chrome Will Block Annoying Ads (I'm guessing Google doesn't serve annoying ads)
At the same time, Chrome will give publishers the option to force a choice on people running their own ad blocking software: whitelist the site so its non-annoying ads can display or pay a small fee to access the content ad-free.
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26 days ago
The laptop ban might be worse than you think.
If you take away anything from this column, it's this: Immediate action is needed to address the risk to company data posed by fast-changing rules and norms around air travel.
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Musk Joins CEOs Calling for U.S. to Stay in Paris Climate Deal - Bloomberg
Cook placed a call to the White House on Tuesday to urge the president to keep the U.S. in the agreement, according to a person familiar with the move. Liveris was the driving force behind a letter from 30 major company executives backing the deal. And Musk tweeted Wednesday that he has “done all I can to advise directly to" Trump. If the U.S. leaves Paris, Musk said he would drop participation in White House advisory councils.
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28 days ago
Flight diverted after fire in passenger's electronic device
JetBlue says in a statement that flight 915 from John F. Kennedy Airport was diverted "following reports of smoke emitting from a carry-on bag holding an electronic device."
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28 days ago
Google Abandons Its Nik Collection of Popular Photo Editing Software
If you’re a fan of the Nik Collection, you’ll still be able to use the tools indefinitely for now, but there’s no guarantee that the software will be supported well by future versions of Photoshop, Mac OS, and Windows. But who knows — perhaps Google will decide to make the Nik Collection an open source project for independent developers to further develop and keep alive.
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28 days ago
U.S. Supreme Court Curbs Patent-Holder Power to Block Resale - Bloomberg
The U.S. Supreme Court said companies give up their patent rights when they sell an item, in a ruling that puts new limits on businesses’ ability to prevent their products from being resold at a discount.
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28 days ago
Four million hours of GIFs a day? I pronounce it Giphy.
So he started quickly building a team that could chop down all
kinds of content, from TV shows to sports games, into GIFs. Now
Giphy licenses content from a wide swath of content
providers, including HBO, the NFL, and CBS. Last year, it opened
a production studio in Los Angeles to make its own GIFs and GIFs
for outside partners.
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29 days ago
Mostly for Twitch streamers: Intel 18 cores and 36 threads, from $242 to $2,000 | Ars Technica
The HEDT segment is aimed at gamers, video streamers, and content creators with deep pockets or an insatiable desire for more concurrent threads than the mainstream processor segment has to offer. The value proposition for this segment is always a little skewed, with the chips being as much prestige parts as anything else. Straightforward gaming workloads may struggled to make full use of the chips' resources, but serious Twitch streamers, for example, can make good use of the extra cores. Software developers are another group that can make good use of all those cores.
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29 days ago
Woz: Apple too big to innovate, "I'm going to bet on Tesla."
I think Tesla is on the best direction right now. They’ve put an awful lot of effort into very risky things […] I’m going to bet on Tesla.
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29 days ago
When govts don't know what you're reading, they're less likely to censor it.
After a painstakingly long process of manual analysis of potential censorship events, the researchers found that, globally, Wikipedia's switch to HTTPS had a positive effect on the number censorship events by comparing server traffic from before and after the switch in June of 2015.
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29 days ago
Not so fast: non-invasive glucose measurement has never been done
“It’s an incredibly difficult problem,” says Mark Rice, an anesthesiologist and diabetes expert at Vanderbilt University. “Everybody thinks they have a way to do it, and everybody, so far, has failed.” Why? The hurdles are many — so let’s talk about a few of them.
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4 weeks ago
Who Are the Shadow Brokers? Educated guesses via @schneierblog
It’s also not over. Last week, the Shadow Brokers were back, with a rambling and taunting message announcing a “Data Dump of the Month” service. They’re offering to sell unreleased NSA attack tools—something they also tried last August—with the threat to publish them if no one pays. The group has made good on their previous boasts: In the coming months, we might see new exploits against web browsers, networking equipment, smartphones, and operating systems—Windows in particular. Even scarier, they’re threatening to release raw NSA intercepts: data from the SWIFT network and banks, and “compromised data from Russian, Chinese, Iranian, or North Korean nukes and missile programs.”
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4 weeks ago
AlphaGo retires from competitive Go after defeating world number one 3-0 - The Verge
“The research team behind AlphaGo will now throw their considerable energy into the next set of grand challenges, developing advanced general algorithms that could one day help scientists as they tackle some of our most complex problems, such as finding new cures for diseases, dramatically reducing energy consumption, or inventing revolutionary new materials,” Hassabis says. “If AI systems prove they are able to unearth significant new knowledge and strategies in these domains too, the breakthroughs could be truly remarkable. We can’t wait to see what comes next.”
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4 weeks ago
Third-Party Apps Will Need App-Specific Passwords for iCloud Access From June 15 - Mac Rumors
However, app-specific passwords will become a basic requirement from June 15, according to Apple. The policy change basically means that users who want to continue using third-party apps with their iCloud account will have to enable two-factor authentication and generate individual passwords for each app.
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4 weeks ago
Apple joins race to put AI hardware on your phone
Engineers at Apple are racing to catch their peers at Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc. in the booming field of artificial intelligence. While Siri gave Apple an early advantage in voice-recognition, competitors have since been more aggressive in deploying AI across their product lines, including Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home digital assistants. An AI-enabled processor would help Cupertino, California-based Apple integrate more advanced capabilities into devices, particularly cars that drive themselves and gadgets that run augmented reality, the technology that superimposes graphics and other information onto a person’s view of the world.
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4 weeks ago
WannaCry Some More: Samba flaw leaves Linux vulnerable
Rebekah Brown of Rapid7, a cybersecurity company, told Reuters that there were no signs yet of attackers exploiting the vulnerability in the 12 hours since its discovery was announced.
But she said it had taken researchers only 15 minutes to develop malware that made use of the hole. "This one seems to be very, very easy to exploit," she said.
Rapid7 said it had found more than 100,000 computers running vulnerable versions of the software, Samba, free networking software developed for Linux and Unix computers. There are likely to be many more, it said in response to emailed questions
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4 weeks ago
Google’s A.I. Program Rattles Chinese Go Master as It Wins Match
A small consolation for Mr. Ke was that he played a near-perfect game for the first hundred moves, according to the scientists who designed AlphaGo.
Still, like a sprinter who can at first keep pace with a train, in the end Mr. Ke was left in the dust by the computer.
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4 weeks ago
Winter is coming: AT&T’s purchase of HBO could lead to 20-minute Game of Thrones episodes
“I’ll cause [HBO CEO Richard] Plepler to panic,” Stephenson said. But “think about things like Game of Thrones. In a mobile environment, a 60-minute episode might not be the best experience. Maybe you want a 20-minute episode.” Instead of showing full-length episodes on all devices, it might be best to "curate the content uniquely for a mobile environment."
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4 weeks ago
Google Attribution is a free and easy way to evaluate marketing efforts | TechCrunch
New machine learning-powered methods enable marketers to model the relative contribution of disparate advertising efforts. This is a much more informative method of evaluation. In the real world, video ads, banner ads, emails and other materials all work in consonance to drive conversions — it doesn’t make sense for the final social media ad to get all the credit.
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5 weeks ago
One Does Not Simply Exit Vim: Stack Overflow
You’re not alone, jclancy. In the five years since this question was asked, there have been over a million other developers who got stuck in Vim and couldn’t escape without a bit of help. Indeed, the difficulty of quitting the Vim editor is a common joke among developers.
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5 weeks ago
1Password Travel Mode: Protect your data when crossing borders
Travel Mode is a new feature we’re making available to everyone with a 1Password membership. It protects your 1Password data from unwarranted searches when you travel. When you turn on Travel Mode, every vault will be removed from your devices except for the ones marked “safe for travel.” All it takes is a single click to travel with confidence.
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5 weeks ago
Exclusive: Nest is working on a 4K camera with advanced smart features
Google-owned Nest used to be one of the few companies selling WiFi home security cameras, but now everyone is doing it. While Nest still has a very polished solution, other companies are quickly closing in. So, what can Nest do to set itself apart? We've learned from a trusted source that Nest is on the verge of announcing a 4K home security camera, but it won't actually record in 4K. Instead, it uses the 4K resolution to power some cool zooming tricks.
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5 weeks ago
The inevitable rise of the robocops - CNN.com
Dubai Police is about to test these waters in the mildest way possible when it introduces the first of a fleet of robots into its ranks on May 24. Skynet this is not, but with Dubai planning to recruit enough robots to make up 25% of its police force by 2030, it does throw up plenty of questions.
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5 weeks ago
LeEco: massive layoffs expected, Tuesday meeting
LeEco started out in China as a streaming media provider — it has been referred to as the "Netflix of China" — and looked to expand into the US by selling affordable hardware that linked consumers to media content from LeEco's partners. Its first batch of products included two smartphones and several TVs, all of which offered flagship-level specs at affordable prices. The idea, it seemed, was that LeEco would make its money back when consumers tuned in to partner programming. When it made its debut in the US in October 2016, it also promised more, including VR headsets and an electric bicycle.
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5 weeks ago
How Anker is beating Apple and Samsung at their own accessory game - The Verge
Portable chargers had a bit of a standout moment last summer, when players of the wildly popular and battery-hogging Pokémon Go could be seen roaming the streets, their phones constantly plugged in. But these accessories have existed for years as a remedy for our battery woes since the standard smartphone tends to last no more than a day on a single charge. So in airports, the back of cabs, and on city streets we’re plugging into lithium-ion slabs in our pockets and bags to stay connected. The market for portable battery packs generated $360 million in the 12 months ending in March 2017 in the US alone. The brands behind these packs are largely anonymous — Kmashi, Jackery, and iMuto — and they often stay that way.
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5 weeks ago
AWS signs Java 'father' James Gosling | VentureBeat | Cloud | by Blair Hanley Frank
Amazon Web Services has added another computer science heavyweight to its employee roster. James Gosling, often referred to as the “Father of Java,” announced on Facebook Monday that he would be joining the cloud provider as a distinguished engineer.
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5 weeks ago
Apple and Nokia Settle Patent Dispute With New Licensing Agreement - Mac Rumors
In December of last year, Nokia filed multiple complaints against Apple in several countries, accusing the Cupertino company of infringing several of its patents. In response, Apple sued Nokia in an antitrust lawsuit against several patent assertion entities which it claimed were trying to collect excessive fees for Nokia patents. Apple had established FRAND (Fair, Reasonable, and Non-Discriminatory) deals with Nokia, but by transferring patents to patent holding companies, additional royalties can be demanded.

Just days after the legal dispute flared up, Apple pulled all Withings-branded, Nokia-owned accessories from its online and retail stores around the world. Nokia stood its ground, however, claiming that it had not been able to reach a licensing agreement with Apple and therefore had to defend its rights.
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5 weeks ago
U.S. top court tightens patent suit rules in blow to 'patent trolls' | Reuters
The ruling is likely to lessen the steady flow of patent litigation filed in a single federal court district in rural East Texas because of its reputation for having rules and juries that favor plaintiffs bringing infringement suits.
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5 weeks ago
Fourteen and feel like a failure? Facebook feels your pain, and sells it to the highest bidder.
Facebook that revealed the company had offered advertisers the opportunity to target 6.4 million younger users, some only 14 years old, during moments of psychological vulnerability, such as when they felt “worthless,” “insecure,” “stressed,” “defeated,” “anxious,” and like a “failure.”
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5 weeks ago
I miss Mullaley: Ford Ousts Mark Fields as C.E.O. and Installs Jim Hackett - The New York Times
During Mr. Fields’s three-year tenure — a period when Ford’s shares dropped 40 percent — he came under fire from investors and the company’s board for failing to expand the company’s core auto business and for lagging in developing the high-tech cars of the future.
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5 weeks ago
Theresa May Wants To Regulate The Internet
Pull the various tech-related manifesto pledges together and – if the polls are correct and May wins a majority in next month's election – the Conservatives could have a mandate from the British public for a significant extension of internet regulation, all based on the idea that a government's duty to protect citizens exists just as much on the internet as it does in the real world.
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5 weeks ago
Flying high: Americans no longer have to register non-commercial drones with the FAA - Recode
The court ruled that the FAA’s drone registration rules, which have been in place since 2015, were in violation of a law passed by Congress in 2012. That law, the FAA Modernization and Reform Act, prohibited the FAA from passing any rules on the operation of model aircraft — in other words, rules that restrict how non-commercial hobbyist drone operators fly.
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Reporter manhandled by FCC guards because he asked question | National Press Club
The reporter, John M. Donnelly of CQ Roll Call, is an award-winning journalist. He is also chairman of the National Press Club’s Press Freedom Team and president of the Military Reporters & Editors association. He has chaired the NPC Board of Governors and formerly served on the Standing Committee of Correspondents in the U.S. Congress, which credentials the Washington press corps.
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You say tomato: Restaurant search service Zomato hacked, says 17 million customer email addresses and passwords stolen | VentureBeat | Security | by Paul Sawers
Zomato, which claims 120 million users each month, said that around 17 million accounts are affected, though it has asserted that financial information and other personal details remain safe. The company also said that the passwords should be safe because that they were hashed, meaning they are essentially a random string of characters that bear no relation to the actual password they conceal.
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5 weeks ago
FCC moves ahead with plan to scrap net neutrality rules - Go to http://dearfcc.org and comment now!
The FCC will take comments from the public about the proposal, setting up a final vote that Pai has said he hopes will come later this year. That could be complicated if Democrat Mignon Clyburn leaves the commission when her term ends in June. With only two members, the commission would lack a quorum.
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