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    MIT Technology Review At Least Three Billion Computer Chips Have the Spectre Security Hole MIT Technology Review Tech companies are still working overtime on patching two critical vulnerabilities in computer chips that were revealed this week. The flaws, dubbed “Meltdown” and “Spectre,” could let hackers get hold of passwords, encryption keys, and other sensitive ... The security of basically every computer on Earth just got a lot worseWSMV Nashville Intel downplays fears security patch will slow computersReuters Own a Mac, PC or smartphone? A major security flaw means you ...USA...
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    Valleytronics route towards reversible computer -- ScienceDaily Science Daily Researchers have discovered a new route towards novel reversible computer by fusing the concepts of valleytronics with digital information processing. Valleytronics Leads the Route to Creating a Reversible Computer ...Electronics360 all 2 news articles »
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    CBSSports.com NFL Playoff odds and picks, 2018: Advanced computer model loving Under in Jaguars-Patriots CBSSports.com The NFC and AFC Championship Games in the NFL playoffs on Sunday will attract bets from average Joes to professional bettors. The Patriots are nine-point favorites over the Jaguars and the Vikings are three-point favorites over the Eagles. Both lines ... and more »
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    CBSSports.com 2017 College football bowl game odds, picks, predictions: Advanced computer model loves South Carolina, Miami CBSSports.com The end of the 2017-2018 college football bowl season features a plethora of games that will attract bets from average Joes to professional bettors. Alabama is favored by three points against Clemson in the Sugar Bowl, South Carolina is a 7.5-point ... and more »
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    Telegraph.co.uk Drivers prosecuted for using mobile phones as satnavs because 'conflicting' advice is creating confusion Telegraph.co.uk Drivers are being prosecuted for using their mobile phones as satnavs because “conflicting” advice from ministers and police forces is creating confusion about what is legal, motoring organisations have said. As the new year bank holiday exodus gets ... Millions of motorists face being caught out by police for using mobile phones as SatNavs behind the wheelThe Sun Drivers face confusing 'postcode lottery' over rules on using mobile phones as...
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    How to Create Technology Composition The Hilltop Online Additionally, you need to understand just how to compose a persuasive article, specifically how to organize components of the persuasive essay in how that may do the task best. The suggestions will have the capacity to help you're perfect analytic ...
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    CBSSports.com Nuggets vs. Clippers odds: NBA picks from computer model on 56-35 run CBSSports.com The high-powered Denver Nuggets face the suddenly rejuvenated Clippers in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. The Clippers, who have won five straight, are 2.5-point favorites. The over-under for total points scored is 222. Before you choose a side in this ... and more »
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    Engadget After years of avoidance, Department of Energy joins quest to develop quantum computers Science Magazine The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is joining the quest to develop quantum computers, devices that would exploit quantum mechanics to crack problems that overwhelm conventional computers. The initiative comes as Google and other companies race to ... This is what a 50-qubit quantum computer looks likeEngadget all 8 news articles »
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    CBSSports.com NFL Playoff odds, picks, lines: Advanced computer model loving under in Jaguars-Patriots CBSSports.com The NFC and AFC Championship Games in the NFL playoffs on Sunday will attract bets from average Joes to professional bettors. The Patriots are 9.5-point favorites over the Jaguars and the Vikings are 3.5-point favorites over the Eagles. The over-under ... and more »
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    CBSSports.com NFL odds and picks for Week 17: Advanced computer model loves Chiefs and Steelers CBSSports.com Week 17 in the NFL will attract bets from average Joes to professional bettors. The Seattle Seahawks are nine-point favorites against the Arizona Cardinals, the Dallas Cowboys are field goal favorites over the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Atlanta ...
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    The Independent Students, state leaders celebrate computer science at CS4RI Summit The Independent 13 to celebrate and show off their creations as part of a statewide initiative aimed to bring computer science education opportunities to children across the Ocean State. The program, Computer Science for Rhode Island, or CS4RI, is partly responsible ...
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    CBSSports.com Kentucky vs. Georgia odds: College basketball picks from advanced computer model CBSSports.com College hoops fans get a New Year's Eve treat when the Georgia Bulldogs travel to face the Kentucky Wildcats at 6 p.m. ET in a nationally-televised showdown on ESPN. Kentucky is a 10-point favorite at Rupp Arena, down from an open of 11. In this SEC ... and more »
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    The Guardian From the future of bitcoin to Facebook, 2018 in technology The Guardian There is not really any good outcome for Facebook in 2018 and the company seems to know it. It's stuck between two competing imperatives and it's hard to see how it can chart a course between Scylla and Charybdis. On the one hand, the company has to ...
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    Computer-aided facial analysis helps diagnosis Science Daily In rare diseases, the computer-aided image analysis of patient portraits can facilitate and significantly improve diagnosis. This is demonstrated by an international team of scientists under the leadership of the University Hospital Bonn and the ... and more »
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    The Intercept Facebook Says It Is Deleting Accounts at the Direction of the US and Israeli Governments The Intercept In September of last year, we noted that Facebook representatives were meeting with the Israeli government to determine which Facebook accounts of Palestinians should be deleted on the ground that they constituted “incitement.” The meetings — called ... Pulitzer Winner Exposes Facebook's 'Censorship Rampage' at US & Israel's BehestSputnik International all 2 news articles »
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    Business Insider Mark Zuckerberg's former mentor has spent a week attacking Facebook for becoming 'toxic' Business Insider Roger McNamee, an early Facebook investor, has spent the last week attacking chief executive Mark Zuckerberg for his firm's role in spreading fake news during elections. McNamee said he noticed anti-Hillary Clinton memes spread by "bad actors" in early ... and more »
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    The Guardian Antisocial media: why I decided to cut back on Facebook and Instagram The Guardian But I didn't stop using Facebook – or any other social media. I was still scrolling mindlessly through Facebook and Instagram many times a day; I was on Twitter for hours. The time I was frittering away on social media wasn't merely a distraction; it ... and more »
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    U.S. News & World Report How a Researcher Hacked His Own Computer and Found 'Worst' Chip Flaw U.S. News & World Report FILE PHOTO - Intel processors are displayed at a store in Seoul June 21, 2012. REUTERS/Choi Dae-woong/File Photo Reuters. By Douglas Busvine. FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Daniel Gruss didn't sleep much the night he hacked his own computer and exposed a flaw ... Rush to fix 'serious' computer chip flawsBBC News Researchers Discover Two Major Flaws in the World's ComputersNew York Times Understanding Those Alarming Computer Chip Security Holes: 'Meltdown' and...
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    Boing Boing Watch how to train cats to shake hands Boing Boing Jun from Jun's Kitchen has very well-behaved cats, even the new one they rescued. Here, he takes a break from cooking to show how they got so well-trained. Cat handshakes are often part of clicker training, as this beauty demonstrates: How to teach ... and more »
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    The Verge These stickers make computer vision software hallucinate things that aren't there The Verge If you're trying to fool an AI vision system in the future, then stickers like these might help. For a long time, computer scientists have been developing special types of images that bamboozle AI eyes. These pictures and patterns are known as ...
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    Gizmodo Iran Moves to Block Social Media Apps, Mobile Networks as Protests Spread Gizmodo According to the Times of Israel, the internet censorship came as videos of “thousands marching through the western cities of Khorramabad, Zanjan and Ahvaz” and elsewhere including Tehran spread quickly on social media. Authorities directed providers ... Protests in Iran continue for third day despite govt warnings; Tehran responds by blocking mobile internetFirstpost all 1,345 news articles »
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    Is Glu Mobile Set for Success in 2018? Motley Fool The stock of mobile game publisher Glu Mobile (NASDAQ:GLUU) has been on a tear in 2017. Shares of the mobile gaming specialist had more than doubled by mid-December thanks to an impressive turnaround strategy that has led users to spend more money on ... and more »
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    CNET T-Mobile says it's best in customer satisfaction. Who's worst? CNET Once the Un-carrier released its "Netflix On Us" promotion, in September, the satisfaction score reached its peak, with T-Mobile achieving a positive rating 15 points above that of its nearest rival, Verizon. In the other survey, the HarrisX consumer ... AT&T to Offer Mobile 5G Wireless Phone Service This YearBloomberg AT&T Promises a Dozen Mobile 5G Markets in 2018ExtremeTech AT&T will roll out next generation 5G mobile internet to its customers this yearCNBC Daily Mail -VentureBeat -AT&T Newsroom - ATT.com
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    Ars Technica BitTorrent users beware: Flaw lets hackers control your computer Ars Technica There's a critical weakness in the widely used Transmission BitTorrent app that allows websites to execute malicious code on some users' computers. That's according to a researcher with Google's Project Zero vulnerability reporting team, who also warns ...
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    TechCrunch AI researcher Monty Barlow teaches a computer to figure out American accents TechCrunch Monty Barlow is a researcher at Cambridge Consultants and his recent work involves teaching a computer to discern between British and American accents. The project, which Barlow sees as part of a suite of machine-learning solutions that will grow to ... and more »
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    IEEE Spectrum Hacked Dog Pics Can Play Tricks on Computer Vision AI IEEE Spectrum An independent AI research group run by MIT students has demonstrated a new way to fool the computer vision algorithms that enable AI systems to see the world—an approach that could prove up to 1000 times as fast as other existing ways of hacking ...
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    Mashable IBM's quantum computer could change the game, and not just because you can play Battleship on it Mashable Developing new synthetic materials, allowing for faster machine learning, and providing an advanced back-end to power consumer apps. These are just some of the potential applications of the first ever 50-qubit quantum computer prototype displayed at ... and more »
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    2 Weeks Ago
    Phys.Org Source code for Apple's 1983 Lisa computer to be made public next year Phys.Org The Lisa computer—which stands for Local Integrated Software Architecture but was also named after Steve Jobs' eldest daughter—was a flop when it released in 1983 because of its astronomical price of $10,000 - $24,700 when adjusted for inflation. But ...
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    Telegraph.co.uk Acid attacker Arthur Collins admits smuggling mobile phone into prison so he could ring ex-lover Ferne McCann Telegraph.co.uk The acid attacker ex-boyfriend of reality TV-star Ferne McCann has admitted hiding a mobile phone inside a crutch he was using while in prison so he could ring his former lover. Arthur Collins, 25, secreted the phone, two sim cards and two USB sticks ... Acid attacker admits hiding mobile in prisonThe Guardian Arthur Collins admits hiding mobile phone inside crutch in prisonBBC News Arthur Collins admits hiding mobile phone inside his crutch...
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    CBS News 2-hour computer outage at US customs causes delays nationwide CBS News 2-hour computer outage at U.S. customs causes delays nationwide. Passengers at Miami International Airport after an apparent computer outage affected systems used by Customs and Border Protection. Liz Roldan / CBS Miami. Share; Tweet; Reddit; Flipboard ... Computer problems halt US Customs operations for hoursWLS-TV Long Lines At Miami International Airport Due To US Customs Computer IssueCBS Miami Computer outage leaves international travelers stranded at NYC airports on New Year's DayNew York Daily...
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