Protecting your bank account in the wake of data breaches

The name “Equifax” now sends shivers down our spines. The company we trusted to handle our credit scores has become a pariah of the financial world since it allowed hackers to steal vital information from 145 million American adults.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/11/04/protecting-your-bank-account-in-wake-data-breaches.html

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Twitter suspension: Here are a few accounts that have been deactivated

Under the handle @nero, the technology editor at Breitbart was permanently banned from Twitter after his repeated tweets against Ghostbuster actress Leslie Jones.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/11/03/twitter-suspension-here-are-few-accounts-that-have-been-deactivated.html

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Scientists develop shape-shifting 'skin' that would give robots the ultimate camouflage

Humans might think that we have a pretty good handle on camouflage, but in the grand scheme of things we’re really just amateurs.

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Teenage whizzes invent a 'thermoelectric spoon' that heats up food on the go

Equipped with three 9-volt batteries inside the wooden handle, the spoon’s ladle reaches up to 140 F, enough to heat a meal but not enough to burn the user.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/01/16/teenage-whizzes-invent-thermoelectric-spoon-that-heats-up-food-on-go.html

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Feds Make Big Strides in Big Data Management


U.S. government agencies gradually have been getting a handle on utilizing the potential of big data and data analytics. At the same time, the Obama administration has recognized that significantly more investment will be required for federal big data research in order to guide agencies toward maximizing the value of processing huge chunks of data and improving their data analysis capabilities. During the past 12 to 24 months, federal agencies “have significantly changed the status quo,” noted IDC Research Director Adelaide O’Brien.

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FAA begins testing NASA's drone traffic control system

NASA has been working on a UAS traffic management (UTM) system to handle the growing number of unmanned aerial vehicles taking to the skies.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/04/20/faa-begins-testing-nasas-drone-traffic-control-system.html

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Apple's Siri updated to understand sexual assault queries, provide help

Article Image Apple in March updated its Siri virtual assistant to better handle questions about sexual assault and other emergencies, with some queries now leading to responses developed in cooperation with the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN).

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Nvidia blames Apple for GPU bug that breaks Chrome’s incognito mode

Nvidia GeForce GK106 GPU Core
There’s an embarrassing flaw in the way some discrete video cards handle web browsing — and it could show other PC users a lot more about your browsing habits than you’d like them to know.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/221208-nvidia-blames-apple-for-gpu-bug-that-breaks-chromes-incognito-mode

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'Butt dials' straining 911 emergency systems

The emergency dispatchers who handle calls to 911 must grapple with urgent situations, frantic callers and garbled messages.


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Review: Grip&Shoot iPhone camera grip with Bluetooth shutter trigger

The Grip&Shoot is a versatile Bluetooth accessory with a handle, trigger, and tripod mount, allowing for a steadier hold on your iPhone while taking pictures or shooting video. We think it could appeal to some videographers or people who want capture images remotely, but its dependence on third-party apps will be a dealbreaker for some.

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Foxconn to handle bulk of manufacturing for Apple's 'iPhone 6s' & 'iPad Pro' this fall, insider says

Longtime Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn will handle the bulk of production for the company’s next-generation iPhone, and will also be the sole manufacturer of the anticipated 12.9-inch iPad, both on track to launch this fall, according to well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.



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Apple chose to handle iOS 8 rollout with own content delivery network

With its rollout of iOS 8 on Wednesday, Apple opted to handle a majority of traffic through its in-house content delivery network (CDN) instead of meting out traffic to third-party systems.



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Printable iPhone 6 pre-order picker can help you choose the right size model

If you weren’t among the chosen few who got to handle Apple’s new iPhones at the company’s special event Tuesday, blindly choosing the right size iPhone 6 to pre-order later this week could prove stressful. But a new printable iPhone pre-order picker may offer a helping hand.



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5 Myths of Virtualization Security: You May Be More Vulnerable Than You Think


Businesses increasingly are relying on virtual machines to handle more critical data and tasks than ever before. The reality is that virtualization is growing as a platform for managing customer data, financial transactions and the applications that businesses use. Simply put, virtualization is a core component of today’s mission-critical IT infrastructure. However, while the increased reliance on virtualization is very real, many businesses are misguided about their security needs in this environment.

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