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The biggest new releases coming to Netflix, Stan, hayu and Foxtel this week

The biggest new releases coming to Netflix, Stan, hayu and Foxtel this week

Rebecca Gibney’s Wanted and the newest season of Gogglebox head up a powerful week of Aussie TV. Watching the newest American TV presentations day-and-date is superb and all, however it is great to see a couple of Australian creations at the giant streaming services and products now and then. Thankfully, …

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New Twitter extension detects dodgy ICOs

New Twitter extension detects dodgy ICOs

No-one desires to be fleeced via a questionable ICO. Picture: Shutterstock EtherSecurityLookup identifies faux profiles spruiking iffy crypto offers. The international of cryptocurrencies is stuffed with each reputable folks seeking to make a success trades available on the market and with charlatans who create dodgy preliminary coin choices (ICOs) with …

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Uber and Lyft Want You Banned From Using Your Own Self-Driving Car in Urban Areas

Mazda Pronounces Step forward In Lengthy-Coveted Engine Generation

An nameless reader quotes the Mercury News: The rabble cannot be relied on with self-driving automobiles, and only companies operating fleets of them should be able to use them in dense urban areas. So say Uber and Lyft, as signatories to a brand new listing of transportation objectives evolved via …

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Gates On a Plane: Alaska Airlines Inflight Entertainment Stars Bill Gates

Chatbot Helps Students Choose Courses

theodp writes: On Tuesday, it was once introduced that Alaska Airlines will make a new Code.org series of six short videos starring Microsoft’s Bill Gates on How Computers Work available as inflight entertainment. “Because students and adults alike can learn from these videos,” wrote Code.org CEO Hadi Partovi, “we’re happy …

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Save on TVs, headphones and home appliances in The Good Guy’s latest sale

Save on TVs, headphones and home appliances in The Good Guy's latest sale

You’ll want to get in fast, even though, for the reason that sale ends 7:00AM Tuesday. Struggling to cram your weekly grocery store into your tiny refrigerator? Tired of squinting at your decade-old TV simply to learn the textual content on its blurry display screen? Fed up with the tinny …

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Crowdfunding Campaign Seeks a Fully Open Source Alternative to Citrix XenServer

VMware Bug Allowed Root Access

“Free/libre and 100% community backed version of XenServer,” guarantees a new Kickstarter web page, including that “Our first prototype (and proof of concept) is already functional.” Currently, XenServer is a turnkey virtualization platform, allotted as a distribution (in line with CentOS). It comes with a characteristic wealthy toolstack, known as …

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Finland Will Introduce a Mobile ‘Driver’s License’ App

Slashdot Asks: How Do You Navigate Your Smartphone?

The Finnish Broadcasting Corporation reviews: Simo Karppinen, Unit Head on the Finnish Transport and Safety Agency Trafi, says it plans to roll out an app that will function as a free digital driving license by way of the tip of summer season. The company stated it expects many Finns to …

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Flat Earther Fails To Launch His Homemade Rocket — Yet Again

Data Science Meets Sports Gambling: How Researchers Beat the Bookies

An nameless reader writes: Flat earther “Mad” Mike Hughes, who additionally expenses himself as “the last great daredevil,” promised Super Bowl-sized ratings for an match Saturday the place he’d blast himself just about half of 1 mile into the sky on a home made rocket. “We had 20 cameras on …

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Malware Exploiting Spectre, Meltdown CPU Flaws Emerges

The Guy Who Wrote the Password Regulations Regrets Doing So

97111415 tale Posted via EditorDavid on Sunday February 04, 2018 @11:34AM from the side-channel-hustles dept. wiredmikey quotes SecurityWeek: Researchers have found out greater than 130 malware samples designed to exploit the recently disclosed Spectre and Meltdown CPU vulnerabilities. While a majority of the samples seem to be within the trying …

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Camera Makers Resist Encryption, Despite Warnings From Photographers

Hacker Claims To Have Decrypted Apple's Secure Enclave Processor Firmware

An nameless reader stocks a piece of writing from the protection editor of ZDNet: A yr after photojournalists and filmmakers despatched a vital letter to digital camera makers for failing so as to add a fundamental safety function to offer protection to their paintings from searches and hacking, little progress …

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