Trainees spent months prepping for web assessment... that fell over hours in
Imagine you'd just spent 18 months of your life working towards a big certification exam that could make or break your career and, come the big day, the web-hosted test fell over.…
It's got more of what matters -- NACA ducts, mostly.
A study suggests take-home robots can help patients with COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, stay on track.
Refunds for missing bank account cash trickle through
Customers of cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase are still virtually in the dark regarding mysterious withdrawals made from their bank accounts that, in some cases, have apparently left some unlucky punters broke and facing overdraft fees.…
The powered-up role-playing item includes sounds from "Avengers: Infinity War," Infinity Stones and articulated fingers.
We talk Samsung Galaxy S9 and 5G, as well as bitcoin and the "Free Money" guy from the '90s.
AT&T's court defense of its merger with Time Warner Inc. suffered a blow today, as a judge ruled against AT&T's attempt to find evidence that President Trump meddled in the government's merger review.
AT&T claims that its merger is being singled out by the Department of Justice because of Trump's hatred of CNN, which is owned by Time Warner. This "selective enforcement" defense would require AT&T to show that the DOJ hasn't tried to block similar mergers and is selectively enforcing antitrust laws.
AT&T thus asked the DOJ to produce logs related to conversations with the White House and logs related to internal communications about the White House's views on the merger.
A week after the indictment of Russian nationals, the US attorney general requests a report on the risks of "the malicious use of technology."
The recent rash of cryptojacking attacks has hit a Tesla database that contained potentially sensitive information.
The US Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) has announced the award of development contracts to five contenders for the FFG(X) program—a 20-ship class of "next-generation" guided-missile frigates intended to fill the gap in capabilities left by the retirement of the 1980s-era FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry class and not quite filled by the Navy's Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program. Two of the contenders are modified, more heavily armed versions of the LCS designs, while the other three are based on ship designs being produced for other navies—or in one case, for the US Coast Guard.
Since each of the designs is based on an existing "parent" ship design and should use existing technologies (rather than radical new designs), the Navy is hoping to keep the cost of each frigate at $800 to $950 million—about double the cost of an LCS ship but half the cost of an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer.
The futuristic-looking HC102 headset follows the same spec formula as those from Acer, Lenovo and Dell.
The backlash against the crowdsourced navigation leader is reaching critical mass. Brian Cooley investigates.
Let's do a quick reality check
Reg reader survey The march of automation is unavoidable. This is as true in IT as it is in any other profession. From a jobs perspective, some people will win and some will lose. Either way, things will often get shaken up and the status quo threatened.…
The tweets came Friday. President Trump cited them Saturday. The apology came Monday.
No roof, minimal tech, lots of power and stunning looks make for one of the coolest Lotuses ever released.
Hold it right there, Charter
Charter still has to answer for selling New Yorkers short on their internet packages, a judge has decided, rejecting the cable giant's argument that the repeal of net neutrality rules in the US means the case is moot.…
Years before diplomats in Cuba were assailed by grating noises and left with baffling brain injuries, the residents of a Canadian city began hearing maddening hums and rumbles. The deep noises mysteriously wash in and out of their neighborhoods and homes, hitting the ears of some but not all residents. And according to recent local news coverage, the eerie disturbances are now getting bad again.
Since 2011, some residents of Windsor, Ontario—directly across the border/river from Detroit, Michigan—reported intermittent bursts of noise established as the “Windsor Hum.” It’s described as a low-frequency throbbing sound, like a fleet of idling diesel engines, a distant rumble of thunder, or a roaring furnace. Some “hummers” report feeling vibrations, too, and having items in their homes rattle. They’ve linked the hum to depression, nausea, sleep problems, heart palpitations, ear aches, headaches—not to mention widespread annoyance.
Windsor residents are not imagining it; there is a real hum. A months-long investigation by National Resources Canada in the summer of 2011 identified a prominent, air-borne frequency of approximately 35Hz. There have been plenty of recordings and reports since then. And its existence was confirmed in a 2014 investigation carried out by the University of Western Ontario (UWO) and the University of Windsor, which was supported by the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT).
After this weekend, everything is different.
BP has, apparently, finally come to terms with the idea of peak oil demand happening in the near future.
John Hennessey is going to force out your Demon with his new ZL1-based Exorcist Camaro, though priests and an audio system that plays "Tubular Bells" are not included.