Drone racing 'the next type of NASCAR,' pilot says

At an off-strip Las Vegas casino this past weekend, 32 individuals from around the world, the youngest at 12-years-old, competed in a burgeoning new sport: drone racing.

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Facebook is continuing the fight against fake news with a new button

Intended to help individuals make more informed decisions about the types of news that they read, share, and ultimately, believe, Facebook’s new “i” button will give readers additional information about the source.

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Apple to launch new emoji next week, including dinosaurs, fairies and zombies

Breastfeeding mothers, women wearing hijabs, and gender neutral individuals are about to be officially recognized … as emoji.

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US Charges 2 Russian Intel Agents, 2 Hackers in Yahoo Case

The Justice Department has announced charges against four individuals, including two officers of Russia’s FSB, for carrying out a massive cyberbreach that affected about 500 million Yahoo account holders. A federal grand jury in Northern California charged the defendants — the FSB officials and two Russian cybercriminals — with using stolen data to gain illegal access to the accounts of Russian journalists, Russian and U.S. government officials, and private sector employees of financial, transportation and other companies.

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Time to Get Serious About IoT Cybersecurity

Both companies and individuals will have incredible opportunities ahead with the Internet of Things. IoT is starting to combine with artificial intelligence, cloud-based services, and many other new segments, creating a very fertile growing field. However, it also poses a growing threat for security. We need a secure IoT framework — something that does not yet exist. That’s where the new IoT Cybersecurity Alliance comes into play. Security must play a very active role in the future of IoT.

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Personal data for more than 130,000 sailors breached, Navy announces

The personal data of more than 130,000 sailors was accessed by unknown individuals after a contractor’s laptop was breached, the Navy announced Wednesday.

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Thieves storm Apple store and take $13k of iPhones

A group of seven individuals walked into an Apple Store in Natick, Massachusetts and calmly carried out a highly orchestrated yet not too sophisticated heist.

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Taken to Extremes, 'Right to Be Forgotten' Is Like Burning Virtual Books

The highest court in the EU last year ordered Google to allow individuals there to request that certain specific information not be reported in Google search engine results, citing their “right to be forgotten.” Since that court ruling, hundreds of thousands of EU residents have requested that Google eliminate certain information, and Google routinely has complied with many of those requests. However, France’s data protection authority earlier this year issued an order that appears to apply the right more broadly.

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Are computers better judges of personality than friends?

When it comes to truly knowing someone’s personality, a computer may do a better job than the individual’s friends and family members, a new study suggests

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