It's all too common to see ne'er-do-wells compromising a website or a social network account, but Tesla just got hit with a triple whammy. At least one group has hijacked not just the electric ...
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Fri 24 Apr 15 from The Independent
Emails to and from President Barack Obama were read by Russian hackers last year in a breach of the White House's unclassified computer system, The New York Times said Saturday.
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Remember the Google Glass? Well, we don't blame you for the sudden amnesia. Anyway, the news is, Glass is coming back to life.It was around last month when Google and Luxottica came into partnership ...
Fri 24 Apr 15 from Ubergizmo
Google was re-evaluating its user-edited online map system Friday after the latest embarrassing incident—an image of an Android mascot urinating on an Apple logo.
Fri 24 Apr 15 from Phys.org
UK-based Williams Advanced Engineering, the technology and engineering services business of the Williams Group, has collaborated with UK-based Aerofoil Energy to develop an aerodynamic device ...
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Think Jaws meets a kangaroo, with maybe a touch of cute kitten, and you've got the aptly named pocket shark—the newest and rarest species found off the U.S. coast.
Thu 23 Apr 15 from Phys.org
Valve has this week unveiled a new Steam feature as part of its Steamworks platform that some would consider long overdue: allowing the distribution of mods. It goes without saying that one ...
17 hours ago from HotHardware
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